I would think anti-seize would be the exact opposite of thread lock. The name suggests it prevents sticking.
...For easy removal of spark plugs, cylinder head and exhaust head bolts; apply to anchor pins on brake assemblies, u-bolts and spring bolts, hinges, gears, chain, sprockets and rollers...Prevents seizing and galling of all metals on chassis and engines. Withstands temperatures up to 1600°F...
Typically, R/C cars are more frequently maintained than automobiles, folks will often use other protectants such as LiquidWrench to clean/lubricate the entire surface of the chassis which will also act as a corrosion preventative. Because R/C cars tend to get far more vibration than automobiles, there tend to be more fasteners which require thread lock than is typically seen on an automobile.
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