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New here. From Melbourne, Australia!!
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Hi. New to here and RC drift. Have a drift background. Thought getting into rc drift would be an easy way to keep my drivers license.

I've got a sakura d3 but I'm getting over changing worn belts after couple of runs. Looking at going to a shaft setup. Looking at going to a tt01 with the eagle racing drift chassis and yeah racing hop ups.

Only one question I have is why 4wd the preferred drive method when teal cars are rwd??
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#2
WIth drift cars to get them to drift you have to use hard plastic wheels or PVC so 4wd makes it more manageable.
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#3
Welcome to DM!

Not everyone wants to be super realistic. Most people just wanna have fun with it
Currently working on a RWD Sakura D3 Check out my --->build thread^^

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Welcome to dm

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Keep Drifting Fun
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#5
4wd chassis are way more forgiving, you can pull yourself through a drift so to speak. RWD is very difficult but can be done, just not recommended to beginners. If you are snapping belts within a couple runs then you are not using the proper belt tension. its tricky to find the right tension but it can't be to tight or to loose, I forget the order but one will snap the belt the other will wear the pulleys really fast.
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