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Old 07-11-2016, 04:28 AM   #136
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Hopefully reviving an old thread, I received a rear wheel drive version of this. I'm usually out on the street and it is almost useless on the street. Usually will be almost at and stand still and just do a burn out.

For my application I'm thinking the AWD would be better.

What do I need to convert it? Or is it a waste of time?
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Old 07-21-2016, 11:26 PM   #137
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While I'm just starting into this line myself I'd say try some different tires...

I'm waiting on all my parts for my build to show up before I can even start having issues to talk about... . I did pick up a couple sets of tires off eBay just to get me started...

However I got the AuperD rwd so I'm hoping that what it has over the earlier versions pays off... Been reading my arse off these past few weeks learning as much as I can about everything RC related... Even picked up a Tekno 410.3 sct so I can play in the dirt...

Here's to you for bring this thread back to life...
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Old 07-21-2016, 11:29 PM   #138
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Originally Posted by HollywoodRC View Post
One of two D4 builds
Where'd you pick up that wire set?... I've been looking for that since I saw them while researching.....
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Old 01-14-2017, 05:44 PM   #139
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I'm thinking about buying a sakura d4 kit and I can't decide between rwd and cs. Keep in mind that this is my first rc drift car but I have experience with rc cars in general and I mastered some pretty f*cking hard drift video games in my life so I think I have enough patience for practise and enough skill to pick up the "pattern" of rwd drifting.Also do they perform differently on tarmac.
I need professional suggestions.
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