Pro-Line Track Bag Review

Pro-Line Track Bag Review Reviews
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Pro-Line Track Bag Review


No matter our racing level or experience, we always need more storage for tires, cars, parts, tools, chargers and batteries. The list of things we need to take with us to the track or to our preferred bashing spot is endless. You know the time when our brain tells us that we should bring more stuff… Just in case…

Pro-Line Track Bag Review Reviews

Pro-Line Racing has released a new track bag big enough to hold almost everything we need for the track. The multi-purpose Pro-Line Track Bag measures 23”x11”x8”, counts three larges mesh pouches. There are 13 slots integrated to the top to store your nuts and hex drivers or anything else with a screwdriver shape. The Track Bag is made high quality material easy to clean, a heavy duty zipper is used all around the top giving full access to the items in the bag.

For rigidity, corrugated plastic panels and strips of double sided tape are used. They are the only things you’ll need to assemble. No instructions are included but the assembling process is very simple. If you can fix or build a R/C car, you can assemble this bag without instruction!

I use my Pro-Line Track Bag mainly for my tires and my gluing products. I can easily store 40 1/8 buggy tires in the bag. Because I have different cars, I use the bag for my 1/8 buggy, short course and 2wd buggy tires and wheels. A big handle makes the bag easy to transport and the adjustable shoulder strap is perfect to free your hands so you can bring even more bags or boxes with you.

Pro-Line Track Bag Review Reviews


The Pro-Line Track Bag has enough room to store many items that we can’t live without at the track. Even if Pro-Line uses the words “Track Bag”, this bag is also ideal for bashers and scale trucks drivers.


What I like:

  • High quality material
  • Good size, not too big, not too small
  • 13 slots for nuts and hex drivers
  • Adjustable shoulder strap


What can be improved:

  • Nothing came to my mind, it is perfect as it is.



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Sylvain Lafrance

Hello, my name is Sylvain Lafrance and I am the man behind I have bought my first hobby grade RC in the early 90s. With years, what that started as a simple hobby, quickly became a strong passion. I am so much passionate about R/C that I have created in 2006 to share my experiences with R/C products that I use for racing and bashing. Follow me !

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