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  ESC beeping
Posted by: Drifted_R_C - 03-09-2019, 07:06 PM - Forum: Help Section - No Replies

Today I got my 1st rc and I'm just wondering is it normal for my ESC to have a steady beeping/humming when I push the throttle to go forward? .. Sorry for the noob question.  But Like I said its my 1st rc. . Redcat racing thunder drift.  Thx in advance for help..

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  Rmx s 2.0 asphalt setup
Posted by: ggk242 - 02-24-2019, 04:08 PM - Forum: Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) - No Replies

SETUP HELP! So i have an rmx s 2.0, built, all stock setup and it works really great on a wooden surface. Smooth control, nice drifts. Now I'm taking out onto asphalt as I don't have a track very near. Struggling to get the speed/consistency. I've tightened the diff screw so the wheels actually spin when I put on power now, but too much throttle and the wheels spin too fast, no grip and I drift really slowly, too little and the tyres grip too much and I can't drift. Any setup ideas? This is mst gold in the fronts, purple-red in the rear and mineral oil 15wt all around. Low cg motor mount and D like tyres I was recommended, I do t know the compound it's in japanese! Thanks!

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  Ontario, Canada Drifters
Posted by: UnionDrift - 02-19-2019, 01:49 PM - Forum: North America - No Replies

Local spot for drifters is Galaxy Hobby & Gift in Mississauga. 20 minutes outside of Toronto. Great spot, good crowd and challenging track.

Matt   B)

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  Newby
Posted by: brandon - 02-18-2019, 04:45 PM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (2)

Hi i am new to rc drifting, and needed some help. i bought a used tamiya rc i'm not getting a good steering angle and was wondering if anyone know what i have to do or upgrade??

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  First build, Mst Fmx 2.0 A70 supra
Posted by: charlow7mgte - 02-10-2019, 10:46 PM - Forum: Work-in-Progress - Replies (1)

Started my first complete build this weekend on an mst fmx 2.0 with an ABC hobby a70 supra body, making it a replica of my actual car. I got the chassis built so now im just waiting for my electronics, so far I have an onisiki 10.5 sensored brushless motor and a yeah racing hackgear drift spec low profile servo, and I'll be getting an orion ultimate graphene 3600 lipo battery, also got my body trimmed up to where I can fine tune with some sanding. Tried using normal scissors what a nightmare! I found an old worn out rzr blade and went to town, will be investing in a xacto knife for my next car, I plan to run lights all around and have working pop up headlights as well, I'll keep my progress posted![Image: abcad79689d99b63890adffad546202d.jpg][Image: a2e1dd72540dd769b2e514db132fbb93.jpg][Image: 0899ef1abd7fcbb42a3aafbfb04500de.jpg][Image: 83c7d0d1ef9bf34537eb21b27790528b.jpg][Image: 0d4b0aaf2ec548586c37f79bf5b026a0.jpg]

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  Tamiya cc01
Posted by: davegrasser - 02-03-2019, 08:22 PM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (2)

So ive got this tamiya cc01 now and the more i look at it the more i wanna make it driftable any help would be greatly appreciated heres what i got so far....
Full yeah racing aluminum kit
Fast eddy bearings
Rear axle housing and gear cover metal ( still in shippin status)
Gonna order a brushless kit just gotta figure out the kv
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  new to rc drift need some help
Posted by: DEVØ - 01-24-2019, 11:12 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

I'm new to rc drift I used to have some crappy cars but I want to take it serious now, need some help

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  New to rc drift
Posted by: charlow7mgte - 01-20-2019, 06:46 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

Hello everyone im Charlie from Central PA, ive Always wanted an rc drifter so I finally got one, didnt do much research at all but I think I made a pretty good start-up decision, its a redcat thunder drift AWD belt driven with a brushed motor and a Pandora RC Nissan 240sx body, the battery doesnt last long at all and the steering seems a little goofy but I think I can solve those problems relatively easy, it seems to be pretty in depth as far as suspension adjustment all I've done so far is slam it, if anyone has any input on these chassis as far as things I should do/look out for id appreciate it, converting it to RWD would be great im not a fan of the AWD very much but its my first one so now I know what i want next, planning on doing a complete inside/out build of my actual car. Anyway heres a couple quick pics of the car [Image: 857c7c01bd4bf5d984a0f4aa8cbaad2d.jpg][Image: bb0673f882843dfcc83ae91c80de8a58.jpg][Image: 70a9a3882eabde713c68e45ca3f7b8f9.jpg]

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  Drb/dib
Posted by: Prikkel - 01-17-2019, 01:50 AM - Forum: Countersteer Setups - No Replies

Hello,
Looking for cs 1.8 axle set for my drb. Dib sets are also compatible?
Best regards

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  Alignment
Posted by: Cultyng - 01-14-2019, 06:37 PM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (5)

Hello, this is my first post so excuse me if im in the wrong thread...

I am having an alignment problem with my MST RMX RTR 2.0, i should also note that i am new to the rc game as i just got this car (my first rc) today:p

I have a basic knowledge but for the life of me i can not figure this out.
My problem is that one wheel is straight and the other is not......
everything looks fine to me. all the arms to the hub are in symmetrical holes.
Please help if anyone can :) 

THANK YOU IN ADVANCE

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  Is drift dead?!
Posted by: Transient1 - 01-08-2019, 07:25 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

Is drift dead?! I'm almost finished with my chassis conversion!

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  What to buy for the first RC Build
Posted by: TRMBs - 01-02-2019, 10:14 PM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (2)

So I have decided to get myself an RC, originally the plan was to make a replica of my BMW to bring on car shows and etc. Decided on get something serious as my friends are planning on joining me in this hobby. So here is the list of chosen chassis:

MST FMX 2.0 ( 289$ )
MST RMX s 2.0 ( 175 $ )
Overdose GALM ( 299$ )
Overdose Vacula II RS Shockless ( 379$ )
YR SPT2-D ( 270 $ )
Yokomo YD-2E Plus ( 300$ )

What do you guys think would be the best choice for me with further tuning and modifying options. Also which electrical components you would recommend. If possible please include the pricing. 

P.S. Hope its a right place to post this kind of thread.

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  New drifter from nj
Posted by: Freakofnature - 01-02-2019, 01:53 PM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Just ordered a 3racing sakura d3. Can't wait to get it and put It together.  I plan on running it brushed with a team brood 19t pro brushed motor until I get use to it. Look forward to learning how to drift.

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  So I bought an MST FXX-D II IFS
Posted by: Blandguy - 01-02-2019, 01:08 PM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (1)

Hopefully this is the correct spot to post this, and I have seen some similar posts, but as quickly as times change I didnt know if there is any new information. I just bought my first drift chassis, also my first kit. Trying to get back in the the rc thing. I have some electronics lingering from older stuff and a friends used traxxas. My big question I cant find much on is gear mesh. I want it to be as efficient and quiet as possible. I assume I'm accompanied in this quest. One more question, does anyone know of where to get all metal gears for the mst?
Thanks for any help. Chris

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  Hola desde España
Posted by: yuli - 01-02-2019, 09:51 AM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Hola
Soy Yuli de españa y empiezo en el mundo del drif con un sakura d4.
U saludo y gracias

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  Sakura D1?
Posted by: Elsalvadoran - 01-01-2019, 03:31 AM - Forum: RC Drift Bodies - Replies (1)

Hello, I have a sakura D1? That I picked up from a seller for $70. I can’t tell what kind of roller it is. Help me to figure out what it is please.it has a motor but it still needs some parts. What parts does it need? What parts would work good for this setup


https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CsUv...sp=sharing
Just in case the images don’t upload

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Gear Hey Drifters!
Posted by: FisherD - 12-31-2018, 11:39 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

i everyone im Dan,

Im from the UK and have just got into RWD RC Drifting, i have previously been drifting 4WD at my local track.
I currently have a Yokomo YD-2 that im struggling to get to grips with 
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My current setup on the car is one that i got off Yokomo's site for carpet use 

The parts on the chassis is

  • Quartz QZ502 Servo supported by a SkyRC GC301 Gyro soon to be Onisiki when it arrives
  • Vampire 9T Brushless motor uncensored
  • Sky RC 120Amp Brushless Sensorless ESC set to blinky mode  
  • Cheap Plastic Rims and Tyres with as much grip as a butter on a frying pan 
Im wondering if anyone can give me a guide in the right direction to making it drift like all them damn videos that persuade you to spend money on sick rc cars that may or not be for food shopping......... ='(

Anyway! the setup im running seems to have a Whole lot of angle and not much grip at all maybe it just me needing alot more practise.
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Thanks for reading and i hope to speak with some of you guys soon

Keep it sideways!
Dan

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  Sakura chassis
Posted by: Ejflanagan12 - 12-31-2018, 09:49 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Are the Sakura chassis still around and being made!!!

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  Hello from Michigan.
Posted by: Frymonkey - 11-22-2018, 12:12 PM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Hello all I've been in the RC hobby for many years but just recently decided to give drifting a try. The good is I like it, the bad is I like it a bunch which will result in more $'s being spent.

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  need help! RWD MST
Posted by: SonnyX3XDSSsss - 11-16-2018, 09:34 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (2)

Hi there, i just bought a MST FMX 2.0 and now i really don't know what i should be getting for the electronics i don'T have any motor / esc / servo / gyro.

my first Rc RWD drift car

need help to really know what to buy.

thank

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  best chassis for mounting hardbody pickup
Posted by: Nandizzle - 11-16-2018, 08:57 AM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (1)

Hi, Im new so im down to go 2 or 4wd.
         need a chassis, and I just dont know where to start looking. really need that body to sit low... 
 i know thats an issue with the deep bed. rc4wd 10th scale blazer  Wheelbase: 11.3in / 287mm
i want somethin thats kinda nice too. thanks for th help.


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  new to drifting, not rc. needing guidance
Posted by: Nandizzle - 11-15-2018, 09:16 AM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Hey all, my names Nando.
 I've been addicted to rc almost my whole life and its time for me to build a couple drifters. (2wd & 4wd)
      ok....down to it... i have a  rc 4wd blazer body i would like to use. What platform do i wanna go with (no belts please) hard body pickup trucks are a must..
        I just need pointed in the right direction...i don't know where to start...but,hey.... i found you guys.

 THANKS IN ADVANCE

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  GripZERO Final Round 2018
Posted by: eydy - 11-11-2018, 08:22 PM - Forum: RC Drift Videos - No Replies

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  tips for the first drift model
Posted by: Belvis - 11-03-2018, 05:09 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Hi everyone,

I'm new to the drift world, but not to the dynamic modeling (coming from the scaler,crawler and 1/8 truggies) ... I would be looking for a 1/10 scale model to start not too expensive, but resistant and with a good network of spare parts and why not some up to be able to improve in a future with which you can have fun without competitive ambitions .... I would prefer preferably an RTR model or in case a good kit was not possible, but I got lost and confused among the myriad models on the market, it seems that every manufacturer has at least one model drifting, in addition to technical differences (4WD, RWD, shaft drive, belt drive, with or without countersteer) what do you recommend?

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  hello at everyone!!!
Posted by: Belvis - 11-03-2018, 05:06 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

Hi everyone,

I'm new to the drift world, but not to the dynamic modeling (coming from the scalers, crawlers and electric 1/8 truggies) ... now I decided to start this new adventure in this new world ...

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  Body Mounting
Posted by: rwhammond - 11-02-2018, 06:06 PM - Forum: RC Drift Bodies - Replies (1)

Hey guys,

I am very new to the customizing of bodys and looking for suggestions. With my SCTs I would always just cut the holes and attach with clips. I've seen a lot of very clean and more realistic looking cars and they dont have the body cut.

What is the best way to attach the bodies?

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Exit OXYGEN High Motor mount for D4
Posted by: UnionDrift - 11-01-2018, 03:52 PM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (1)

What's Up community?!

So I've searched the inter-webs looking for an OXYGEN D4 High motor mount. I'm wondering if anyone would be willing to sell theirs.

Thanks guys.

Matt  B)

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  Yeah Racing SPT2-D
Posted by: scoobster - 10-26-2018, 05:43 AM - Forum: Other Manufacturers - No Replies

Hi Guys,

New to the forum and new to drifting just wondered if anyone had any experience of the Yeah Racing SPT2-D drift chassis?

For the money it looks to be a great spec with alloy everywhere and high mount motor etc but can't find much about it other than what Yeah Racing has posted so would be really great to get some other feedback

Thanks

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  hello old timer drifting
Posted by: RCMichael - 10-23-2018, 05:26 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (3)

Hello, I am from Canada and I fell in love with RC cars in the early 2000’s and lost interest as the years go by.  I am trying to dust-off my stock TAMIYA TA05 supra and wanted to experience a diff feeling this time around.  I am trying to make my RC drift and bought a new battery/tires.  Seeing my car drifting from side to side was glorious but I know that I needed to replace a few parts from wear/tear to make it run smoothly and here is where my problems starts.  I need some advice and point me to right direction on which parts I should prioritize first.  Thank you all from taking the time to read this and any help/advise would be greatly appreciated.  Thank you and happy drifting to all.

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Warning New Drift Track NJ
Posted by: NightFury - 10-21-2018, 06:50 PM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

I was just informed that if I am able to get a group of 15 or so people to attend regularly,  we will be able to have a drift track made in Woodland Park NJ. Specifically,  Shadow Hobbies' new larger location. I am all for it so let's get a group started and organized to present to Bob and get that track made. I will personally help build and decorate if allowed. Please contact me here or for faster response at my Instagram page @ nightfury.jp  . 

Thank You , let's get this going as soon as possible.

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