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Newbie from New Zealand
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Hey guys, was referred to this forum / home page several times to look at various things so thought it best I sign up.

Basically a few months back I decided to buy a rtr TA05 CS car to try this RC drifting thing out. Things have kinda escalated in the last few months to buying more chassis and gear.

So my current chassis for the next week or so is a TA05V1
Went out and brought all this stuff to throw at it.

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Which really changed it but to start I took it back to 50/50 so I could get a little car control before I kick it back up to CS (which was 1.65 when I got it with a 5.5t motor)

Now we have built a second chassis for my partner Leanne with the idea it will be put into a street stock car for a bit of bashing. But right now it is 50/50 TT01 with a 10.5t setup.

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Yesterday we ordered the Eagle Ta05 GRT kit as another complete chassis so it had to come with arms, suspension etc etc. Will post pics in a week or so of the stack of parts.

Finding this drift RC rather addictive at the moment :)
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#2
welcome!!!

rc drift is extremely addictive and usually stays that way for a long while
Keep Drifting Fun
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(03-08-2013, 06:54 AM)robb41488 Wrote:  welcome!!!

rc drift is extremely addictive and usually stays that way for a long while

+1

Promoting radio controlled drifting to the masses since 2009
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#4
Welcome.. Once I started doing rc again I started with 1 chassis now I got 9.. Lol..
The underdog drifter....
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(03-08-2013, 11:36 AM)JustSiDEwayZ Wrote:  
(03-08-2013, 06:54 AM)robb41488 Wrote:  welcome!!!

rc drift is extremely addictive and usually stays that way for a long while

+1
+2Devil
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#6
I guess I could update this a little now. Obsession has kicked in well and truly.

Here are some pictures of the new Chassis.

GRT
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VDFII
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Work in progress TA05 M-Four
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My partners ER TT01 Conversion
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Plans for all of them at this stage but we are getting there slowly
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#7
Wow, nice blue alum!!!
>SCREW IT, DONT NEED NO FANCY SIG<
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