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Old 01-04-2015, 03:43 AM
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For those of you who've been out of the loop about RC drifting, RWD RC drifting has evolved in the world of rc drifting and is rapidly gaining a following. we thought it was too difficult but we finally got a formula figured out to do it.

so anyways, i've been doing this for a long while and well, here are my 3 current chassis!

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far left is a 1.76 CS ratio tt01
middle is a rwd ta06
right is a rwd devil drift with r31-rwd suspension parts

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S15 is the tt01


TA06 rwd






Devil Drift/R31 hybrid rwd





some drift videos me and my missouri friends went to

(me and my friends were in day2. one in the olive drab s13 w/ military star on side, one in plain white FC, me in oddly asymmetrically colored FD)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NMTfk-bHThU

i havent has so much fun since when i first started xmods lol.
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Old 01-05-2015, 09:24 PM
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Awesome stuff. My son is into 1/10 scale drifting and has a few AWD cars. Nothing quite that nice though.
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Old 01-07-2015, 06:07 PM
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if you take the money you've ever spent on xmods and redump that into 1:10th you can very well get a good 2 alu/carbon rtr chassis out of it. :P each one of mine wasn't more than 300 ish dollars from start to finish to build (all of them came as a build-it-yourself kit) I've done a lot of hacking to get nearly 90 degrees of steering angle out of the front-motor one.
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