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RcFC3S's Yokomo Drift Package Basic RWD
Hello this is my Yokomo Drift Package Basic. I got this chassis from CSDrfter916. This is what it looked like when I got it
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So I ordered these parts from RC Art
Tie rods - [SD-TB25]25mm Turn Buckle - RcArt P#
1mm spacers - [SD-008S]Caster angle spacer - RcArt P#
Rods for C-Type uppers - [SD-009U]Upper A arm pin - RcArt P#
Extended Steering Angle Wipers - [D-109]Steering bell crank for DRIFT PACKAGE High-Angle set - RcArt P#
C-Type Shock Towers - [SD-017C]Front/Rear Shock Tower - RcArt P#
C-Type Upper retainer kit - [SD-300C]Upper Arm Mount/Rear Suspention Mount - RcArt P#
C-Type upper Arms - [SD-008UC]Upper A arm - RcArt P#
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Extended Arms installed
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Type-C Uppers installed and the lowers are modded I used Sprint 2 Knuckles so I can have bearings I had to move the mount towards the wheel for the ball
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Shocks installed and Relocated
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Steering Links all hooked up. I had to make some extensions for the steering to work right. They are the little blue things you will see in the next picture through out this thread.
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This is how the rear was setup until today 3//19/2014
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Today 3/19/2014 I installed the the Type-C uppers for the rears
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I also installed the dampers I had on my sprint and the D-like Springs all the way around. Here are some pics of how it looks right now

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So thats how it sits today the stup is

Trans and Receiver: Spektrum DX3S
Gyro: GA250
Motor: 8.5 ballistic
Front camber: -9
Front Spring: D-Like
Damper Oil: 20wt
Rear Camber: -3
Rear Spring: D-Like
Rear Damper Oil: 20wt

I think thats about it if you have any questions just ask
Sweet. How much is the total cost of the build?
Sakura Zero S - Racer, part time drifter.
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I love how basic this build is. Proves you dont need $600 or more for a fxx

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Keep Drifting Fun
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The performance of the chassis was very good from the moment the gyro was setup. He is still running no xtra weight on the chassis and the speeds on both polished, and asphalt seem pretty good. Not as fast as the faster cs guys but pretty good!

Promoting radio controlled drifting to the masses since 2009
I think the parts I ordered were like $50 from RcArt its was like 30 in parts and 20 for shipping. I got the chassis used for $50 with a tt01 roller. I love using a cheap chassis to keep up with all the higher priced chassis out there. Before this car all I drove was my custom sprint 2.
Very nicely donr

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What servo do you use with this chassis?
Tamiya tt01 type E - subaru brz - stock(maybe it will be not stock anymore)
Yokomo DP Basic (preparing for rwd)

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