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(06-04-2013, 09:23 AM)vi3tboidvt Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-04-2013, 01:51 AM)teshi Wrote: [ -> ]
(06-02-2013, 10:21 AM)vi3tboidvt Wrote: [ -> ]WOW... It so much different now. I honesty right now can't control my RC. I need much more practice...

Would a 190mm shell body Fit on my HPI sprint 2 sport?
Big difference but just take your time. Chill out and just practice. Gentle on the throttle will make the world of a difference. :) I had the same problem when I started but you will get there.

Lol yeah thanks... I got to Excited... Now I'm getting used to it... Need to buy some drift tire. But trying to get tire that is good for street or parking lot .
Check out Raikou drift tires..i have a set of their dxpe tires and the are very good! And last along time even with high camber,they also have few other tires..
Yeah those are good tires, I think Robb and a couple other ppl have mentioned them a rime or two!!!
Do you have link to them lovely tires?

(06-04-2013, 12:48 PM)vi3tboidvt Wrote: [ -> ]Do you have link to them lovely tires?


Anytime..also if you want either order the "o" rings from them or go to a hardware store and get some rubber o rings they make the installation of the tires so so easy.i thinkAngel
Hey eko they have a applicator for the tires, supposed to make it "easier" lol
COOL... Cool.. I'll be checking in on that.

This pretty cool video


Playing RC Drift with Friends...
Nice vid, spotted some cool wall rides;)
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