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TOKYO TEAM (Russia) Subaru Impreza WRX body
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Here is my new "TOKYO TEAM" body.
Thу reason why I chose SUBARU is because it has one of the shortest backs (since it's a hatchback)
and it is great for competitions (Hitting clipping points)

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#2
That looks stunning
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#3
Great stickerwork. Looks awesome!

I disagree with the short rear to catch clipping points though . I prefer big Chaser trunks to do that. :D ... It ´s what ever you are used to I guess. ^^ - Keep drifting....
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#4
Looks great.

A short front and back opens up a track and makes the line much more flexible.
Giving you more space means more speed and really, competitors can't follow you.
A chaser trunk will the hit the wall in the follow position and the Subaru will keep going.
this subaru in the lead will push wide and the chaser will be in the wall if it's sitting on the B pilar.
You can much much closer to competitors too. It looks closer because it is.
My Tamiya 86 has almost ZERO overhang on a 45 degree angle.
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#5
agreed short backs and fronts are alot nicer then "roomy" bodies...

i hate running my FC over my evo3, the evo3 is short and stubby and works perfect in most lines :)

very nice work mate!
Keep Drifting Fun
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#6
Some great strategy here... looks like I might be finishing my 911 GT3 body for an upcoming comp now.
www.facebook.com/raincityrajikon  - Seattle's scale drift club
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+ 2wd Slash, 4x4 Slash, e-Maxx, Subaru Brat scaler, mRS4, broken quads and a bunch of spares
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