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  Pandora RC Toyota Chaser JZX100 BN Sports Kit
Posted by: wilkewhaq - Yesterday, 09:23 AM - Forum: News and Announcements - No Replies

[Image: Pandora-RC-Toyota-JZX100-BN-Sports-DriftMission-1.jpg]This Chaser JZX100 kit looks fantastic and is officially licensed by BN Sports and Toyota Motor Co. Pandora RC has announced a new Toyota Chaser JZX100 body with the BN Sports kit. We expect this to be available soon, and will retail for around $45 USD. The body features light buckets (lexan), front and rear bumpers, along with the roof wing.
Pandora RC continues to bring us some of the most wanted 1/10 RC Drift bodies.
Pandora RC Toyota Chaser JZX100 BN Sports Kit – PAB-2197

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  Addiction RC S15 Origin Labo Body
Posted by: wilkewhaq - 01-26-2020, 08:49 PM - Forum: News and Announcements - No Replies

[Image: Addiction-RC-Origin-Labo-Silvia-S15-RC-D...ssion2.jpg]

More info here!

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  Yokomo YD-2R Plus RWD Chassis
Posted by: wilkewhaq - 01-18-2020, 10:58 PM - Forum: News and Announcements - No Replies

In response to traction control on low-grip roads, which has been of interest to many drift users in recent years, the “rear motor” layout is the answer to maximize rear traction without changing the weight of all equipment.

A heavy motor is mounted on the rear overhang to distribute the load directly to the rear tires. The traction can be applied most efficiently with the throttle on, and an optimal balance with high driveability has been derived! This is a high-spec machine that comes standard with the popular matte graphite double deck chassis, aluminum SLF oil shock, and aluminum front and rear shock towers.

In response to the traction control on low-grip track to which many drift users have been paying attention in recent years, we created the “rear motor” layout which can maximize the rear traction without changing the total weight.

In this layout, a heavy motor is mounted on the rear overhang to distribute the load directly to rear tires.With the throttle on, users can apply traction most efficiently.We finally implemented the optimal balance with high driveability! This is a high-spec machine equipped with the popular graphite double-deck chassis, aluminum SLF oil shock, aluminum front and rear shock towers, etc. This package can even satisfy expert users.



More info and pics -> https://driftmission.com/yokomo-yd-2r-pl...t-chassis/

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  Active Suspension RC Drift Car
Posted by: wilkewhaq - 01-18-2020, 10:57 PM - Forum: RC Drift Videos - No Replies

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  Wrap Up Next - Nervis M-Concept
Posted by: wilkewhaq - 01-13-2020, 07:25 AM - Forum: News and Announcements - No Replies

Wrap-Up Next has announced the new Nervis M-Concept RWD conversion kit for the Yokomo YD-2 chassis. This adopts the latest growing trend for a mid-rear motor configuration and raised motor for higher Center of Gravity (COG). This is the latest evolution of the Nervis chassis. This features a front center servo mount with the the WUN VX-DOCK sliding steering system.

Wrap-Up Next Nervis M-Concept RC Drift Conversion Kit Features

For: Yokomo YD-2 Series
2.5mm Graphite Main Chassis (Pure Carbon)
Graphite Battery Holder
HP Motor Mount Set Ver.2
Short Input Shaft
3x50mm Stainless Suspension Shaft (For Front)
3mm Duracon Spacer set
Upper deck mount for VX-DOCK
Graphite upper brace
Connecting post

More info and pics -> http://driftmission.com/wrap-up-next-ner...rsion-kit/

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Image NYC/Brooklyn 1/10 Drifting
Posted by: Apsamps - 01-07-2020, 10:35 AM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Hey all! Anthony here.

Located in Brooklyn, and looking to get a crew together. Since we don't have any local tracks, I've been utilizing empty basketball courts with small track cones.

Currently running and MST RMX converted wide body 370z. Would love to get some more people together in the area! Please respond to thread if interested :)

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  Pandora RC Mazda RX-7 FD3S BN Sports Body
Posted by: wilkewhaq - 01-07-2020, 07:13 AM - Forum: News and Announcements - No Replies

Pandora RC products has just announced a new 1:10 scale body for RC Drift. The very popular second generation Mazda RX-7 FD3S BN Sports edition is now in production and will be available in the next few weeks. The new body is a poly-carbonate body and includes the BN Sports body kit.
The Pandora RC Mazda RX-7 BN Sports FD3S is officially licensed by the Mazda Corporation and is made to reflect every details as accurately as possible. Mazda FD3S fans now have another great choice for picking up a FD3S RC Drift body.

More info and pics -> https://driftmission.com/pandora-rc-mazd...orts-body/

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  MST FMX 2.0 RWD RC DRIFT CHASSIS
Posted by: wilkewhaq - 01-05-2020, 08:47 PM - Forum: News and Announcements - No Replies

Max Speed Technology has just announced the Mid Motor FMX 2.0 RWD RC Drift Chassis chassis. The MST Carbon Fibre Frame design features a highly rigid body structure. This reinforced frame is helpful with providing advanced stability for the chassis. The FMX 2.0 is a low-threshold high-end rear wheel drive drift car. It is designed to provide all of the benefits of a shaft driven chassis with a mid-motor setup for maximum weight balance.

The new FMX 2.0 also features a new front suspension system that enables:

1.) Specific suspension for RWD drifting to create larger steering angle and easier adjustment.

2.) New resin upright is the derivative of ATK upright and allows for more adjustment.

3.) The bolt fix mounts on the upper arm supports feature 10 step adjustments.

The steel universal joint at the rear axle connection can suppress vibrations during operation. The standard rear ball differential transmitted to the bevel gear, and corresponds to MST’s great 6 sets 2 reduction ratio parachute gear set. This can be adjusted to adapt to specific drift tracks.

The new generation MB rear suspension system also allows for abundant adjustments and is equipped with a highly durable steel CVD shaft.

This chassis is derived from the FMX-D chassis, the lower and dual upper upper decks are made with high quality lightweight carbon fiber to enhance rigidity.




More info and pics -> https://driftmission.com/mst-fmx-2-0-rwd...t-chassis/

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  Are DM forum and website alive?
Posted by: lucadoc - 01-03-2020, 12:06 PM - Forum: DM Forum - Replies (2)

I wander if the last true form of life was in 2016?

Envoyé de mon Mi 9T Pro en utilisant Tapatalk

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Image MST FS-01D Setup
Posted by: Stussy40 - 01-02-2020, 07:02 AM - Forum: Countersteer - No Replies

Hi Guys,

Recently purchased 2nd MST FS-01D,need tips on setup toe camber etc.
Chassis Spec

-54% CS
-Meduim Spring Rear,soft spring front
-2 Degree Camber front and Back
-MST CSR Red Dot tires
-Did order 66% & 82% CS Pulley gears from RC Mart

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  Motor/ESC for HPI Sprint 2
Posted by: GT-R - 01-01-2020, 09:19 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Hi
Need help to choose brushless and brush motor ESC for HPI sprint 2

Got 2 HPI sprint 2 roller

And 2 motor ESC set (1 brushless and 1 brushed)

1.17.5T trackstar motor with 120A ESC TSKY ESC
2. Goolrc 540 45T combo

Are this combo good for drifting on tiles surface or need to get another motor



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  new hobbywing brushless esc & motor combo possible issues
Posted by: jwhert - 12-28-2019, 07:24 PM - Forum: Electronics - No Replies

Here is the whole story, looking for advice or input on what to do here.

I got an rwd drift car for last christmas and haven't driven it much because it burned up my motor I was borrowing from another car. I put the battery, 2s lipo 4200, on the charger and it didn't last long, about 20 minutes and showed full charge. at this point I do not recall if the battery had swelled up, it wasn't warm to the touch and i just don't remember if it had swelled up at this point.

While it was charging I soldered a deans onto the black and red of the esc, a capacitor is already attached from manufacturer. I have double and triple checked, i don't have my red and blacks crossed. When I plugged it in I just made a little contact and it sparked and smoked at connection. It never sparked with my other esc. At this point I noticed the battery had swelled up.

I am looking for input on what to do next. Do I return the esc as a faulty one? Do I buy a new battery on the assumption mine was bad and swelled up before i ever tried with the new esc? I know i need a new battery regardless but i don't want to plug it in to this esc if it is bad and just ruin another battery.

Thanks in advance for any thoughts or ideas you all may have.

HobbyWing Quicrun 10BL120 sensored with a HobbyWing Quicrun 3650SD G2. The battery is a Gens Ace 4200 2s lipo

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  Testing System Updates
Posted by: wilkewhaq - 12-27-2019, 03:14 PM - Forum: DM Forum - Replies (4)

<p>Testing 123...</p><p><br></p><p><img src="https://driftmission.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/Team-Tetsujin-Skyline-2000-GT-R-Kenmeri-KPGC110-RC-Drift-DriftMission-1-640x300.jpg"><br></p>

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  Help on throttle and steering related to drifting control
Posted by: koonyue - 12-06-2019, 02:08 AM - Forum: Help Section - No Replies

<p>Hi All,&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Hard to believe, but I am yet to find a video or website which explain the control on throttle and steering, in relationship to drifting control.&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>My car is RWD with gyro, so it is CS drift, I still confuse with the input, e. g</p><p><br></p><p>How should I start a drift from still?&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>When I break rear traction and drifting, what will the car behave if I apply more throttle? or steering?</p><p><br></p><p>The car has gyro, so do I still need to countersteer by me? or let the gyro handle the steering and I just focus on throttle?</p><p><br></p><p>If the car already spinning by itself, how can I make it spin at a larger diameter? Using throttle or steering?&nbsp;</p><p><br></p><p>Sorry if the questions are just silly, appreciate for any help</p><p><br></p><p><br></p>

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  Sakura D4 AWD doesn't Slide when turn wheel
Posted by: Driftnoob101 - 07-11-2019, 03:23 PM - Forum: Help Section - No Replies

<p>When i turn on my transmitter it turns in that direction fine but doesnt drift in terms of no sliding action no matter how much power you give it. When i go full power and try donuts it just tunrs in a circle no drift at all. However, when you reverse the car it starts to slide and drift. I need help, ive spent 6 hours fiddling about with the Steering and still havent found out why it doesnt drift. ANY HP WILL BE APPRECIATED !!!</p>

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  Picked up a drift car for my Second RC
Posted by: DinosaurMafia - 07-04-2019, 01:50 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

Hey all, recently got a Sakura D4 second hand for 200 euro

Came with a body, LEDs (not plugged in with nothing to connect to?), Carson tx/rx, cheap razerten sensorless brushless 3000kv motor/ESC combo, turnigy 1250TG servo and an oniski gyro.

I'm pretty happy with the overall setup but the servo seems to freak out going in a straight line and randomly?
Unplugging it I have an easier time getting the car to do what I want but not hold a drift.

Before I get too far off track, hello![Image: 1e6c5340e6ad2ffd8f5e8c0a4e0a3686.jpg]

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  RWD drifters needed in NJ
Posted by: ULTRA - 06-23-2019, 12:29 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

<p>Hey! ULTRA needs RWD drifters to come together. We need to get a big enough group and get a track put together. Besides drifters we are also looking for any sponsors to help with building the track.&nbsp;</p><p>Located in Harrison NJ 07029&nbsp;</p>

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  NEW MEMBER in NEW JERSEY
Posted by: ULTRA - 06-23-2019, 12:04 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (2)

<p>Hey everyone! My name is Gio and I'm trying to organize a RWD drift group here in the north NJ and NYC area. I have put out a flyer at my local shop and tried to convince them to open a track but he is not interested due to cost and "lack of interest". I have convinced him to begin stocking MST RMX 2.0 s so that's a start.</p><p>I am calling it ULTRA. I have set up an Instagram (@ ULTRA.RC) and have been promoting it through my other account (@&nbsp; nightfury.jp) .</p><p>Please contact me if you are interested in taking part in any way. Whether as a fellow drifter or in a sponsorship capacity to help me set up a track for us. Definitely need fellow Drifters to come hang out and drift to get the movement going. The RC drift scene is basically non existent here and I want to change that with your help.</p><p>End goal:&nbsp; ULTRA rc drift track and shop. Go to D1-10 Worlds with ULTRA team members.&nbsp;</p>

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  D4 Slide Track on D3?
Posted by: Liviex - 06-13-2019, 03:14 PM - Forum: Option Parts - No Replies

<p>Hello</p><p><br></p><p>Probably no longer the site to ask drifting questions, but would anyone know if they made the slide track for the RWD D4 compatible with the D3?<br></p>

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Info Yokomo YD-2S or DP-DPRA RWD?
Posted by: ekaitzdrift - 06-02-2019, 08:27 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

I have these two chassis to choose for the same price, both of 200 euros. The Yokomo DPR is AWD transformed into a RWD.
Which of the two would be better?
Here are the pictures of each other;

Yokomo DP-DPRA

[Image: Yokomo-Drift-Package-DPR-11.jpg]
[Image: Yokomo-Drift-Package-DPR-12.jpg]

Yokomo YD-2S;


[Image: DP-YD2SGnew_thumb.jpg]

A greeting!

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Image Calcium SN95
Posted by: Liviex - 05-31-2019, 01:46 PM - Forum: Work-in-Progress - Replies (3)

Hiya~ its been forever since ive seen a post in WIP so im throwing in my build for my project~ but i also am gonna need help on how to make it work out......

See the plan was to make it look more like this figure i bought:

[Image: s-l1600.jpg]


But at the same time match the d3 chassis, but i dont think that be too hard with her colors....

[Image: r6LNA1U.jpg]
[Image: 1L6Ampv.jpg]

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  A New Member
Posted by: Raymond87 - 05-29-2019, 02:45 AM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Raymond here, happy to be part of this great family. I'm hoping to have a wonderful experience from this forum.

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  First RC Build / Second RC
Posted by: hardus77 - 05-16-2019, 05:32 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Hello everyone,

New to this community and am excited to start. I currently have a MST RMX 2.0 RTR on the way as my first car. Once I get the hang of things with it and beat it up a little bit I’m hoping to take on my first build.
I want to attempt building a Datsun 620 drift truck out of a Exclusive RC Shell. If anyone has any input on the type on motor/chassis etc that I should use or even links I would greatly appreciate the help. Also how are these shells in terms of quality?
1/10 Scale 180mm Body with Fenders to 210mm Wheelbase 258-260mm

Thank you!

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  XXX-D cs help questions (updated)
Posted by: Diddyrocker - 05-08-2019, 07:21 AM - Forum: Max Speed Technology (MST) - Replies (1)

Hey guys, so I have a been converting my XXX-R to an XXX-D HT VIP. I'm about 90% there, but the thing is I've been a rc rally car guy for a little while and this my first drifter. So I'm a little confused about the CS, and I'm not really sure what it all means. It says with different genes it can have anywhere from 1.78 to 2.50 cs. And than the chart also breaks it down into 1:1 to 1:1.80 to 1:2.15. So needless to I'm pretty stuck at the moment on what gears/spurs/pinion to pick up.

As a beginner in the rc drift world, I'm not sure what would be best for me...Or tbh even what the difference would be.... Can anyone help my out and explain a little to me... Or maybe does anyone have a good setup for their XXX-D HT that they wouldn't mind sharing with me?

Thanks in advance

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  Yokomo slf big bore shocks
Posted by: L200beast84 - 05-08-2019, 05:13 AM - Forum: Option Parts - No Replies

Hi
I was wondering if anyone is using yokomo slf big bore shocks? I’m thinking of getting a set but can’t find any reviews on them, also can you fit a normal sized spring on them?
 Any help would be greatly appreciated

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  Looking for advice
Posted by: Whiskersofsteel - 05-05-2019, 05:39 PM - Forum: Help Section - No Replies

Hey everyone!

A couple friends and I have been looking into getting into rc drifting and are really excited about it. We've been looking around at the drift mission guides and have found them very useful and have gotten us excited about getting into it!

We are looking for some advice though for getting started. I have some questions like what a good, budget friendly build? Where do I buy the chassis and parts, etc? Should we go rtr to save some money, or can we build the chassis for a similar price and have a better car?

Like I said, we are totally new to this so any help is greatly appreciated!

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  From the SF South Bay 831
Posted by: Nick Kage - 05-01-2019, 11:14 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (2)

Hello all,
Looking to get back into Drifting. I use to be 50/50 & counter steer, looking into this whole RWD thing now. I've been looking at the Yokomo YD-2 platforms but not really understanding the S & E differences. Always looking for recommendations.

Nick Kage

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  New from Long Island!
Posted by: Jskafff - 04-30-2019, 02:49 PM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Looking forward to learning more about this part of the hobby and seeing all the builds. If there’s more long islanders out there I’d love to drift with someone other than me too!

Currently drifting TT02 with some basic upgrades.

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  RWD surface/chassis questions
Posted by: AleD123 - 04-21-2019, 07:54 PM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Hi all,

Just had a few questions in relation to the surface for RWD. Im lucky to have a couple of areas at my house that i currently use a CS setup. Ive been away from RC for a while and have returned to see that RWD dominates so i am willing to give it a go.

From what i understand its essential that the surfaces used for RWD must be completly smooth. The area that id like to use at my house is a fairly flat and fairly smooth concrete area. However it is definitely a different surface to the ones i come across on youtube that are smooth polished concrete. 

Ive attached a photo of the area, let me know your thoughts on if this would be a good area to practice RWD. 

Im yet to purchase a chassis and i feel as if the surface/area i have to play with is the only thing holding me back right now.
Yokomo is supported quite well in my area so i am looking at a yokomo YD2S Plus for a chassis. Any recommendations for tyres/motor/gyro would also be appreciated.
Happy to spend money for good quality product the first time round also.

Thanks 
Alex

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  hpi E10 DRIFT Servo problem
Posted by: Iampappaj - 04-20-2019, 01:33 AM - Forum: Help Section - No Replies

Hi everyone, Iam new to RC and everything about it so iam gonna make a post in this thread. 

Anyways. about 1½ year ago i bought a hpi e10 drifting car. I tried out a few times and it worked just fine. 
Now when its time to take it out for a spinn again i noticed some problems suddenly appeared.

When iam steering to the right it works just fine... When iam steering to the left it works fine...Untill i reach i steer 100% to the left.. the wheel goes back to neutral possition.
Been trying to find some solutions on my own but cant seem to find any... 
this is what i tried:
Changing batteries
Restarting the system
Changing the reverse switch on the controller (that just mirrored the problem) so when i turn right 100% the wheels goes back instead of left

So if anyone have any idea what i should try i would appreciate it a lot

and sorry for my bad english [Image: smile.gif] 

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