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Hello ! Noob From Ireland
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Hi Guys
Newbie to the Rc drifting scene, Me and couple of my family are running a couple of car's Hpi E10, tamiya tt01D Type E  and Tamiya TT02D learning as we go , The Rc Drifting bug has well and truly got us bad,
Still alot of practice needed and research to get us in deeper to understand how to set up and run tune chassis's properly so Thank you in advance fo rall the information you guys will help out with , the guides on this site are great for information well done for the write ups enjoyed reading them so far
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Hey dude could I see a picture of your E10? I can relate ;)
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(05-24-2015, 01:16 PM)evo8_99 Wrote:  Hey dude could I see a picture of your E10? I can relate ;)

it is my brothers all standard HPI except for the wheels

[Image: vyzio.jpg]
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(05-25-2015, 04:15 PM)Baz_FD2 Wrote:  
(05-24-2015, 01:16 PM)evo8_99 Wrote:  Hey dude could I see a picture of your E10? I can relate ;)

it is my brothers all standard HPI except for the wheels

[Image: vyzio.jpg]

That doesn't look to bad tbh the wheels are nice and deep

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Hi and welcome!


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