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Old 01-23-2006, 01:37 PM   #151
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do you think this will still run? yer its the 10x3 well now a dead 10x3 did that during a skim
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well ya i did that too one time with one of my trinity motor and well we learn alot from what we lose
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Old 01-23-2006, 07:54 PM   #153
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this is the hose i used drifts like mad
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Old 01-23-2006, 09:09 PM   #154
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this is the hose i used drifts like mad

looks interesting... i use a speicial type of drift tires also and i get top i mean TOP PERFORMANCE i get up to speed like if i were back to using grip slicks!!!

well ya also my drift are as long as i want!!!
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Old 01-24-2006, 11:59 AM   #155
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new in at the shop i get me drift stuff from, yokomo drifting bling pipe baby only 1 in a pack at 6 its a bit much but dam it looks sweet. i aint fitted it yet to the car as it needs to be glued onto the old pipe but should look awsome
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Old 01-24-2006, 12:15 PM   #156
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well ya i did that too one time with one of my trinity motor and well we learn alot from what we lose
yep, that looks just as bad as the brushed motor kawasaki-san (from drift tengoku) locked up while drifting with us. maintenance is why i recommend brushless setups (if you got the funds) over brushed setups. we hardly get any issues with brushless setups, except for my first gen one that i spun the shaft out of (novak ss5800). i still highly recommend novak though for the price. the current GTB has a nice whine to it, kinda like my turbo at WOT. i hope i don't kill this one too.

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Old 01-24-2006, 01:26 PM   #157
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i would love to run a brushless drift set up but cant afford it as i drift as i kinda side hobby to the indoor racing unless i can pick up a nice cheap 2nd hond one over ere in the UK
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Old 01-24-2006, 07:40 PM   #158
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Paz-Ster = my step dad sis something like that

it screwd his armature all up

i love it when my step-dads car breaks
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Old 01-25-2006, 11:30 AM   #159
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lol yer it was great appart from it was running on a lathe at the time annnd to say the least we jumped a bit
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Old 01-26-2006, 04:46 PM   #160
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im about to drift in front of my house right after my cells are done charging

so ill try to get some pics up and well ill be using my old and wonderful rtr status shell (im gonna be using my tc3)
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this is the hose i used drifts like mad

Grim, what kind of hose did you use? How's it drift compared to hard compond drift tires from Tamiya or HPI?
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back to what i said wayyyyy back

what car does everyone run

and what set-up do u have
(i.e. shock fluid/springs location, special mods , motor, speedo, body pinion, spur etc..)

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Aries- r u the guy on rc drift forms with the pic of the bomber glasses for your avatar?
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well i got some pics around 2 days ago and well its not that great but my car is drifting real fast!!!

LOL sorry for not having close up pics

and remember im only using my rtr body coz i was just bashing around
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