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Eagle R31 Front Midship CF conversion


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Eagle R31 Front Midship CF conversion
#11
Posting a short tandem I forgot to post. It was also taken on the 1st track session. Less than an hour run on track, if i recall correctly. Still having issues with angle then.

http://rwdrcdrift.blogspot.com/

My Eagle Racing R31 modification and personal notes of it.
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#12


2nd track session. Quite a late post as I already had my 3rd drift session with the RWD yesterday. Unfortunately, I was having too much fun with the new handling which turned out very easy to drive and abandoned taking a video of it. OmgLol
http://rwdrcdrift.blogspot.com/

My Eagle Racing R31 modification and personal notes of it.
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#13
WOW!!! looking great! Its really cool to see the progression of rwd tuning! By tuning I mean driver and chassis!

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#14
Thanks man! Can't wait to track again. I might be working on a friend's type C yokomo dp next.

Want to see more rwd potential extracted. Right now it's mostly practice for me on the r31. ^_^
http://rwdrcdrift.blogspot.com/

My Eagle Racing R31 modification and personal notes of it.
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#15
looking good man.. this is where i wanna be with the gyro of course.. hehe... so much control, speed, and angle..

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#16
Ah I have fans! Thanks for the repost Combat! Its been a lot of fun. However Combat Drifter it's funny because, I think Dencio's vids @ the track are looking better than mine!Shy We are always our own worse critic! Dencio keep up the great work! Your driving and chassis is looking really good!

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#17
yeah his is great too.. not putting it down.. he is more into his build than mine.. i just havent got the time lately to work on the RC car.. work is taking up all my time... hehe
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#18
Thanks for the support guys! I wish to see more rwd from where I'm at. But with the intensity of competition at our DCS here, It might take awhile. :(

Ive been observing the drift angles and each time I look at it, it's getting more realistic. I now call the cs kit's drift angles somewhat washed-out most of the time where I drift at. But I only got it from our top DK's explanation. Kinda feels good to get backup from a CS driver. hehe!

Most critics I get are from cs drivers not favoring a gyro or saying the angle is too shallow. But when looking at the steering, the angle is huge already.
http://rwdrcdrift.blogspot.com/

My Eagle Racing R31 modification and personal notes of it.
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#19
My latest run

http://rwdrcdrift.blogspot.com/

My Eagle Racing R31 modification and personal notes of it.
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#20
Man that is looking really good! You kept very close to that cs car! RWD is on the move! Everyone else better catch up! This is the furture of drifting! On rwd carbonfiber chassis we march!!!!

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