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Old 01-17-2008, 06:15 PM   #1
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Is the TC-4 a good drift car? My mate was going to buy a Colt but then he realised they were crap so he wanted to get a HPI E10 but I told him to get a TC4 for drifting. Does anyone use this for a drifter? Is it good and easy to control compared to the TL-01 and TT-01 etc?

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i use my tc4 for drifting i have made pvc pipe to fit on the wheels and it drifts really good.
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Is the TC-4 a good drift car? My mate was going to buy a Colt but then he realised they were crap so he wanted to get a HPI E10 but I told him to get a TC4 for drifting. Does anyone use this for a drifter? Is it good and easy to control compared to the TL-01 and TT-01 etc?

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It is a very good drift car. I use a stock TC4RTR geared down two teeth with HPI Drift tires and the rear diff locked and it works great.
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