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GT3 RS drifting
Still in the works of completing as I have some HPI wheels on backordered. I have lights en route and some other bits to install for that detailed look.

Here's the progress thus far. Video at the bottom.

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These are the wheels. 36mm rears and awaiting 26mm fronts
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Tow hook rear

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Front Tow hook - bit botched on my part :(

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Not the final setup for wheels. Just had some from my R35 build with Raikou drift tires.

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Looks like I need more practise LOL :dance:

My R35 has MOAR LOW, but I finally got the wheels I've been waiting for. Since I run outside considering we have little to no indoor tracks that cater towards drifting, let alone on-road. I have to keep the bodies up a bit. Ikea parking lots are the closest I have to a smooth surface.

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I've since added some lighting to this and Damn..
That thing looks dope! Too bad you don't have some real smooth surface to run on so you could drop it a lil more but it still looks great at that height
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I like the design of that shell vs the Tamiya but the Tamiya has better decals and detail. If only there was a good inbetween. I dig the colour on that though :)
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HPI Sprint 2 Drift / mid motor drift weapon
MST FS-01D / new work in progress
very nice
Keep Drifting Fun
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Thanks guys.. I need another drift chassis now though. I have all these other sets of wheels that don't fit as well as the HPI setup on this chassis. I'll be doing a Sakura D3 with my R35 body I painted with the green wheels.
totally cool body love the red detail at the grill .r&d japan ( race and drift japan .com ) recently had the blade racing aluminium tow hooks in stock that will work in the slots you already cut . if you are unhappy with yours . I also tried electrical connectors , but wasn't happy with the look . you can't bend the blade hooks though they will break .

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