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Old 12-09-2011, 01:45 PM   #1
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Default TC4, TT01, or E10. Looking into Drift.

Hey friends, should I get myself a TC4, TT01, or E10 as a shaft-driven drifter. I know the TC4 needs drift tires to drift but what are you guys' opinions?
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Please hurry on your opinions. I need this here before x-mas lol.
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any input?
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TC4 Much higher quality out of the box and parts are readily available.
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