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Newbie from Norcal
hey i'm new to rc drifting but i've been in the hobby for a while now, i recently won an hpi e10 scion tc and want to see how i can make this into a fun budget drifter. i've ordered the aluminum center driveshaft and mini shaft, aluminum motor mount, rear diff lock and front one way. it has been converted to the drift layout as well and i have put hpi drift wheels and tires on it too. thanks in advance for any advice!
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Welcome to the DM! Good way to start your drifting needs.

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thanks and yeah figured I'd research to see what the basic upgrades are.

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What part of NorCal you from?
I'm in the pinole/hercules area

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Lol have no clue were that is. Im in Oroville just south of Chico.
lol ok I'm about 35 min from san francisco

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Your about 6 hours from me. Welcome to DM, theirs tons on knowledge here.
oh dang and thanks, I wanna start out slow but I keep hearing about the sakura d3/d4 as a good kit down the road

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