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RWD Testing
#31
No I have not Tried the slow rebound. I run a vdf 1 for my cs car and a lot of guys I know use it to tune out the kick the vdf has from being stiff. But I overcame it with tuning shock spring and oil. So no I have not tried but let me know how you like it when you get around to it.

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#32
New video I'm on t-drifts, and rcfc3s filmed with the swiffer chase cam! Thanks rcfc3s! The track is not momentum friendly with the 2 hairpins. So keeping speed in them is hard. I did not cut this video up just did one lap slow motion! I ran a lot of laps wanting to show that its not a spin out every other corner.


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#33
I really like the POV. Hope to get the same POV tom if I'm able to take videos of my new setup run.

It's really nice to see the full lock on a RWD. It's what really sells RWD. To me atleast... hehe!
http://rwdrcdrift.blogspot.com/

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#34
Just a little rwd vs cs testing! Not the best driving yet but I want to show the progression of my rwd experience. I could of clipped up the mistakes but I want to show you where I'm really @ with my drivers training! lol

Lead Driver: Rcfc3s
Chassis: Sprint 2 70% cs
Tires: Raikou D70

Chase Driver: Justsidewayz
Chassis: Xray T2 RWD
Tires Raikou Drift DP50sb front, and DXPE rear.

Both cars powered by Team Novak motors and speed controls.
http://teamnovak.com/products/index.php?...ex&cPath=2


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#35
That is awesome! You stuck to the CS car like glue. hahaha!

Man I wish I had a reliable camera man too. =(
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#36
Thanks man! The CS cars pace was a little quicker than the speed I am comfortable with. I had to work to not make mistakes, and I had to shallow up some stuff to maintain pace. Its pretty close tho! I can't wait to test some on a rougher asphalt surface!

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#37
Dang videos have been slow around here! As in not alot of comments or new postings!

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#38
(07-29-2013, 04:25 AM)JustSiDEwayZ Wrote:  Dang videos have been slow around here! As in not alot of comments or new postings!

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>SCREW IT, DONT NEED NO FANCY SIG<
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#39
looks great dude!!! cant beleive your already keeping up with CS cars
Keep Drifting Fun
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#40
Just mucking around in the garage! Both ways on track then some freestyle!


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