I just bought a brand new TC3 and when I was putting on the rear control arms I noticed that the hinge pins were forced outward in the back. Now the car complete has a bit of toe-in at the back. I quadruple checked the instrucktions and I know I used the right parts and everything was put on correctly, so is it supposed to be that way? Here is a pic, sorry about the quality.
Rear toe-in will make the car more stable, it maybe better with out it for drifting. I suggest you try drifting with it before you set it to 0. If the back doesn't flick out like you would like it to then set it 0.
Ok, I got my Yokomo drifting tires yesterday and it drifts WAY too easy...almost too much that is is impossible to control. Now I have a Trinity 19T motor and an intellispeed mild/mod 16t ESC. is my motor too fast for drifting? I've read that stock motors are best, but being the newb I am I thought I'd check with you pros