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well put. love how you improved your drifting in few secs.
(11-08-2014, 01:51 PM)dj  nekkon Wrote: [ -> ]well put. love how you improved your drifting in  few secs.

Thank You! still working on it :)
Awesome! What are you using for the track?
(11-27-2014, 01:42 PM)nerdnic Wrote: [ -> ]Awesome! What are you using for the track?

Outdoor grade carpet and painter's tape :D
Okay cool. I went to check out some carpet but it's not cheap. I decided to give some thick felt a try.

I'm not good enough for lines yet but felt pulled tight feels the same as the hobby shop track I used a while ago that was carpet. It's also super cheap.

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I'll be giving your layout a try once I gain some control with my D3.
(11-30-2014, 04:38 PM)nerdnic Wrote: [ -> ]Okay cool. I went to check out some carpet but it's not cheap. I decided to give some thick felt a try.

I'm not good enough for lines yet but felt pulled tight feels the same as the hobby shop track I used a while ago that was carpet. It's also super cheap.



I'll be giving your layout a try once I gain some control with my D3.

That's awesome man!! just keep practicing!