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Old 10-26-2010, 12:40 AM   #1
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Default Need help deciding on a new Drift Chassis

Hey Guys, im up for a new drift Chassis as an upgrade to my old E-10.

Heres what ive been looking at, can you please give me some info to assist me as to which one would be better.

Tamiya TA05R Ver II
Yokomo MR4TC SD
Xray T3
Hot Bodies Cyclone S
Or Anything Else you can suggest

Any info would be greatly appreciated.

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I would go for a shaft drive as opposed to a belt drive for drifting unless where your drifting is going to always be clean. I run a TT01 as my drift chasis but I have been thinking about getting a TB03 maybe the 05 from Tamiya..
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The TA-05VDF is a geat chassis.
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Old 10-26-2010, 05:35 AM   #4
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TA05 or TA05 ver 2. More than you will ever need in a drifter. Get the spool or direct coupling (as Tamiya calls it) for the rear and run a tight front diff and away you go!

Buying a more expensive chassis would be a waste unless you only drift and want all the bling

Oh and if you decide to give racing a go the TA05 is more than up to the task. I have wipped many a high end chassis with my TA05 when I used it for racing before it was a drifter.
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Cyclone S is also a good choice!
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