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Old 04-06-2006, 11:49 PM   #1
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Default How to convert a TC3 to a drift car?

Hi Guys!

I decided to keep my TC3 and not sell it...can anybody help me what adjustments or any alterations for my TC3 to be a drift kit?

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Old 04-07-2006, 01:26 AM   #2
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try this thread.

i know a couple of these guys run TC3

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...65#post2271065
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I just slapped drift tires on my TC3 and it drifts great.
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all i did to my TC3 was set all of the cambers toe ins etc to 0deg some yokomo drifts and thats was it
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I converted my tc3 to rc drift, it is now retired.
1st make sure all your outboard bearing are good.
use abs for tires. home depot has them for 5 dollars for 10 feet.
start with a 27 turn motor.
diff should adjusted equal. or have the front slightly tighter.
you can have 0 degrees front camber, iv'e heard of 1 1/2 degres negative
for technical sections you should gear up. (larger spur gear, smaller pinion)
slam on a nice d1 body and rims and your good to go.
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theres a bunch of us over here that in between races or during the lunch break, we slap on some home made drift tires,(pvc pipe). many diff cars, from 04-05 xray, to tc3-tc4 etc. it makes the car and equipment really, prety much irelevent. all about driving. fun for the spectators to wacth 5-6 cars all sliding around courners, into walls etc. best part is, its almost imposible to break a part, not really goin fast enough
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