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Old 08-10-2008, 02:26 PM   #1
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Default Sport Tuned or Super Stock RZ is better for drifting?

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Old 08-10-2008, 11:21 PM   #2
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Sports tuned is slightly lower end than the Super stock RZ or TZ motors. For better top speed, RZ is preferred. For more technical circuits which require better acceleration, TZ is preferred. Anyway, everything still boils down to your personal preferrence.
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some guys i know even use BZ.
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Needing advice on motors for drifting
The sports tuned motor is a good starting point in drifting.. Ive been using this since i started 8 months ago, and it has been very sweet. I Pair it up with a fast FDR like 5.5, and im able to catch up with others drifters with 8.5T BL systems... One thing you have to note though, it doesnt have enough power to give you and let you sustain an aggressive angle in long drifts...
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