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Old 08-22-2013, 01:15 PM   #1
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hello i'm looking for a good 2belt(maybe 3) drive chassis to set up for drift with a lot of hop up parts for it because ive already tried the sakura D3 CS(i'm kinda crappy with counter steer)/zaro s and i retired my hpi sprint 2 and just wanted to try something else im looking at maybe $300 for the kit and i just wanted to see everyone's opinion on their chassis because idk if i really want to go with a tamiya, yokomo or some other chassis belt drive car for drift and also i wanted to see if anyone has the DX4S 4-Channel DSMR Radio, or what futaba should i buy

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If you want tamiya they ta06 and ta05 are both great cars. Both under300. As for a radio the futaba 4pls looks fantastic. Also, the airtronics mt4 loooks good too.
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definitely check out some Tamiya and Yokomo chassis.
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Old 08-31-2013, 06:38 PM   #4
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i think if anything since school started and im a poor mofo now lol and for now i might just get the R2Hobbies TEH-R31 drift for now and see how that goes i still like how the yokomo belt drives but damn! 700 lol
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i think if anything since school started and im a poor mofo now lol and for now i might just get the R2Hobbies TEH-R31 drift for now and see how that goes i still like how the yokomo belt drives but damn! 700 lol
No no no no no on the teh r31. Better to just get a cheap name brand car
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http://www.rcmart.com/specr-sports-e...Path=1102_1570
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Old 09-07-2013, 04:09 AM   #7
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Well for the most part the spec r is the same thing as the Sakura zero s and I've had my fun with that car but I guess the reason I'm going with the r31 is cost and the pre motor design I know its cheap but I'm the type of idiot who just wants to try it for shits and giggles in the never ending chassis search lol
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