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Old 07-06-2017, 02:18 PM   #181
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I think most 4wd sedan car can be coverted with sucess.
I tried one of my old Kyosho Tf5 sports as RWD. Tried it on grey carpet. Without any setup changes it ran pretty good .it ran slower with times . i had to slow down more on corner entry and slower throttle on exit.
I would like to try it sometimes on a raceday (that doesn't count ) but as a new class . that would be a hard sell . We have too many onroad classes to begin with.
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I wish I could get my hands on an rc10 d's I've always wanted one..with that said I may try this yokomo out to see how it handles with 17.5..i think it would be fun
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I wish I could get my hands on an rc10 d's I've always wanted one..with that said I may try this yokomo out to see how it handles with 17.5..i think it would be fun
21.5 has been a good start. I'm still trying gearing with mine. Did test runs today on track layout today. I'll have video up soon as I can.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...-2-2wd-tc.html
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It's not too hard to drive the Tamiya M-06 chassis.
You can Tune-Out most of the Oversteer with Suspension Set-Up. . .(just don't hit the brakes too hard)
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I always liked the idea of a rwd touring car. I used to have great fun with my ts2e until parts for it became impossible to find them,now I just use it for display.

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I always liked the idea of a rwd touring car. I used to have great fun with my ts2e until parts for it became impossible to find them,now I just use it for display.
Check out the Yokomo yd2tc. The group I raced with over summer liked mine.


http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...-2-2wd-tc.html

Here's recent video

https://youtu.be/jRZkhT_xrNU
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Check out the Yokomo yd2tc. The group I raced with over summer liked mine.


http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...-2-2wd-tc.html

Here's recent video

https://youtu.be/jRZkhT_xrNU
That the car i am currently considering buying. And thx for the video. With your current power setup are you noticing any tire slipping or loss of traction? Also what tires are you using?

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That the car i am currently considering buying. And thx for the video. With your current power setup are you noticing any tire slipping or loss of traction? Also what tires are you using?
They are a set of well used Sweep tires. Depends on where I run it. It's run very good on the prepared surface. It's in a way similar to driving my F1.

Concrete has been my best surface to run on. I know carpet was its intended use. And maybe I'll get a chance to drive on it over winter. Overall it's run good on most surfaces I've tried.

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