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Old 01-12-2018, 02:42 PM   #1
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Gday ladies and gents. I recently purchased the HPI Hoonicorn drift car. I didnt seem to go quick enough for me so I upgraded the motor. Now its to powerfull for the area I use so I was hoping someone on here can tell me where a good spot is to stretch the legs on my car.
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city .state. location..??
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U can adjust the EPA on the throttle on ur radio or lower throttle level on ur esc if it had that function.
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I live in Canning Vale, Perth, WA
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I live in Canning Vale, Perth, WA
Buddy that is kinda a odd question, maybe someone local will see it and give you a suggestion, but just go take a drive and find you a nice spot.

Really all there is to it.
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a school parking lot is usually a good place to run, and at the end of the day or weekend its usually nearly empty, or outdoor tennis courts since they are smooth.
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I live in Canning Vale, Perth, WA
Check out the WCMRC club track, it's probably about half an hour from you and it's huge.
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