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Old 05-01-2012, 06:19 AM   #1
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I am new to RC drifting but have experience with off-road. I am looking to get a drifting RC but am not sure what cars are good. Preferably brushless (im not sure if brushless matters as much in on-road as it does off-road). But if anyone could point me in the write direction thanks in advance!!!!
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depends how much money you wanna spend. if you dont wanna spend too much money here is to good choices

wanna go with shaft drive, go with the team associated tc4 rolling chassis from tower hobbies is $149.99 but if you use the coupon you can get it for $124.99 with free shipping and you pay no tax.

is you wanna go with belt drive you can go with the 3racing sakura zero s. rolling chassis, you can get it from tqrcracing for $119.99. after tax and free shipping its around 129.99.
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I am new to RC drifting but have experience with off-road. I am looking to get a drifting RC but am not sure what cars are good. Preferably brushless (im not sure if brushless matters as much in on-road as it does off-road). But if anyone could point me in the write direction thanks in advance!!!!
QUALITY:
Yokomo DRB
enRoute JXR
Alex Racing CER D08

BUDGET:
Sprint2 Flux
HPI e10 Drift, maybe if you are poor.

Preferentially, do not buy a TC chassis and convert it to a drifter, buy a proper drifter straight up and save yourself some headaches. Countersteer is the way to go now days, and you just cannot get enough steering angle out of a TC chassis. Also, why spend tons of dosh on hop ups when you can buy something that is ready to roll out of the box, that is going to be much much better.
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