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Old 09-11-2014, 11:52 AM   #1
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Default Looking for a " JDM" drift supplier?

anyone know of store in the USA that sells jdm drift themed bodies,wheels?

hobbyking is backordered and eba/amazon is outside of the USA. everything in the usa on ebay/amazon is not really good looking in my taste.

here is an example of what im looking for. any tips would be appreciated.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...o_Offset_.html


http://www.ebay.com/itm/RC-Car-1-10-...item58af8b19c0
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Why not order straight from a reputable Japanese shop like Banzai? I've gotten stuff from them faster than I've gotten stuff shipped across the U.S. before and you're not paying someone to import it for you and then mark it up even more for having done so or buying Chinese knock-off stuff.
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Rcraceanddriftjapan has a ton of wheels and bodies, but it will take a while to get here and they will get you on shipping.
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Why not order straight from a reputable Japanese shop like Banzai? I've gotten stuff from them faster than I've gotten stuff shipped across the U.S. before and you're not paying someone to import it for you and then mark it up even more for having done so or buying Chinese knock-off stuff.
Im very new to the rc scene and really dont know where to get parts besides hobbyking/towerhobbies and my local HS. Ill check banzai out tyvm if you know others please lmk


/edit. That banzai site is exactly what I was looking for! Ty so much its a very well organized site! Perfect.
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Rcraceanddriftjapan has a ton of wheels and bodies, but it will take a while to get here and they will get you on shipping.
Ill check them out. I found a place called "hobbygarage" in japan but the websitr I cant read japanese lol ty.
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/edit. That banzai site is exactly what I was looking for! Ty so much its a very well organized site! Perfect.
They also have their own section on here where the post their new product arrivals, etc.:
http://www.rctech.net/forum/banzai-hobby-147/
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anyone know of store in the USA that sells jdm drift themed bodies,wheels?

hobbyking is backordered and eba/amazon is outside of the USA. everything in the usa on ebay/amazon is not really good looking in my taste.

here is an example of what im looking for. any tips would be appreciated.

http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/s...o_Offset_.html


http://www.ebay.com/itm/RC-Car-1-10-...item58af8b19c0
http://rc-art.net/index_eng.php?act=logout

http://sarukichi.jugemcart.com

rcmart have a good selection as well as tqrcracing
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+1 on both Banzai Hobby and Race and Drift Japan. Dealt with both several times and they are perfectly reliable. Both have good customer service too, in case something is not right.

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Greetings. I'd jus' taken a look @ ABCHobbyUSA ; it seems that there is limited
supply of some JDM style parts (according to their site).I'd previously had an availablity issue with hobbyking but it was resolved through customer service. I'd still order through hobbyking but I don't really have the need lately. Good luck with your search.
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