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MEDiC 11-14-2009 08:38 PM

BUILD THREAD - TAMIYA TT01R DRIFT CAR
 
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A FAST AND THE FURIOUS – TOKYO DRIFT INSPIRED R/C VIDEO PROJECT


November 2009 – It’s official. R/C Sparks and Eastridge Hobbies are embarking on another project together. These two companies have merged forces before to bring the internet some of the most in-depth and hobby driven videos available on the web today.

THIS PROJECT PROMISES TO BE NO DIFFERENT

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This time the duo will be constructing a CUSTOM SUPER RACER..

BUILT FOR THE DRIFTER

Supplied with top end parts from EASTRIDGE HOBBIES, and R/C SPARKS importing CUSTOM choice Hop-ups from as far away as AUSTRALIA.. this project promises to be true crowd-pleaser

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Now, I cant give away to much information

just yet.. so your going to have to come and check back often..

One thing I can say… Is that we start filming this week!

heh heh heh.. Stay tuned!

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MEDiC 11-14-2009 08:45 PM

The Project Photography Started Today...
 
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TAMIYA TT01R KIT IN THE STUDIO

Well, the studio is geared up again to work with Eastridgehobbies.ca on another project.. This time we are excited to present yet another Video Kit build series. The Tamiya TT01R is revered among other racers as a great step up from the TT01 entry level series. The TT01R has multiple hop ups already provided when you buy the kit. For example.. The TT01R comes with an aluminum drive shaft, replacing the plastic one provided in earlier models. The aluminum shaft allows maximum torque to be transferred to the wheel. There is no bend, twist, or break with the aluminum part.

As a quick tease.. Here is a photo of one of the parts we are using.. heh heh

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