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Hey guys, I haven't been on this site in years!...not sure if anyone is still here!  ='(

Anyway, about 2-3 years ago I built a TA06-R chassis and its been sitting and collecting dust since then.  I want to finally put this thing to use! I was debating getting a Yokomo YD-2S chassis but I don't think I'm ready for RWD just drifting experience.  I would prefer to learn with my TA06-R.  I was browsing through this site and found a few threads on the TA06, but they are from ages ago.  What I would like to know is, what parts should I upgrade on this chassis to make it suitable for drifting.  Also, I would love to CS this chassis.  I understand the concept of CS well but I have no idea of what specific parts I should get and where they can be found.

Here is a link to the chassis.  You can see all the optional parts it came with, I'm not sure what's good here and what isn't!

Here is the chassis as it sits right now:

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Thanks in advance guys!!
Sorry, I just realized that I should have posted this in the Help section!
Nice R  B)

I still have my original pair of 06PROs, they run well.

Just put drift tyres on & start sliding, they're very nicely balanced.

You can CS it by underdriving the front end via changing belt pulleys... think the long belt can take 16:20 and the front belt needed a bit of fiddling.

Steering is the main ? though... I've got a hopup 3rd party parallel rack on one, nice item but I think they stopped making them after first batch.
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