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Old 12-04-2005, 12:02 AM   #1
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i have a ?

is abs always white?

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is pvc always black?



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other way around... PVC is white, ABS is black. but they have a grayish colored PVC out there.
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Blue and orange PVC are also available. Check out the hardwares around your area.
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but abs is softer right?
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yeah, ABS is softer, plus its black so it adds a little bit of realism. only thing is that it is harder to find than PVC. in the states, you can pretty much only find ABS piping in the more western states. although maybe a few hardware stores in the east sell ABS piping.
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no problem, if you need any more information about RC drifting, visit the forums at www.driftrcentral.com they have a lot of information and i am one of the very frequent there. =]
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ya i know

i have an account also

so how long have you been drifting with r/c cars

ive been drifting abs for about 3-4 years now
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about a year and a half or two... you sure uve been drifting for 3-4 years? and you dontk now the diff between PVC and ABS? well anyway.. do you post a lot on DRC?
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i mainly go on this rctech

the reason i only know abs is because i only used abs and yokomo( remember pvc is hard to find)

so ya what all i really pay attention is my practice and drift contol

so ya

i dont really care about materials and all that
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