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Image New to rc. Picked a drifter as my first
Posted by: Cynicalvapsta - 09-27-2017, 08:13 AM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Hey yall just got into the rc game.  Picked up a sprint 2 drift 350z rtr. After 2 weeks alrdy completed steering angle mod and upgraded the magority of the ball cups to rpm hd cups. More coming to completed the job. Few tweeks to rid the steering slop. Universial dogbones ordered for thhe front as well.  Removed some of the god aweful graphics off the body added a wing and picked up some rubber tires on wheels amd painted blue for when i wanna have a lil speed run.
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  DARC spring matsuri 2017
Posted by: Tiger.T - 09-26-2017, 10:39 AM - Forum: North America - No Replies

I'm finally getting around uploading some of the so so pictures I took with my phone. 
I flew from south Florida to Dallas to meet these guys and what a blast I had. 
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  3 racing Sakura d4
Posted by: Rc_driftlife - 09-25-2017, 06:24 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (3)

Putting together d4 and was wondering if I need a sencored motor or not and what gyro is best for rwd

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  New member
Posted by: Rc_driftlife - 09-25-2017, 06:07 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (1)

New to rc drifting from Australia

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  Hey all from cincy area
Posted by: Hogfmamtaj - 09-24-2017, 09:40 PM - Forum: Introductions - No Replies

Hello all! My girl and I have been racing off road 2wd SC, mod 2wd buggy, 1/8 e buggy as our main classes for 6-7 years. Before that it was maybe a decade of mostly monster truck bashing. Along the way I purchased an exceed drift car, and a traxxas rally.

Recently we purchased a traxxas 4 tec 2.0 and a latrax sst to race a spec class at our local hobby shop with my son. Well that didn't work out so I decided to turn the 4 tec into a drift car and I stumbled upon this site. 

I found a brand new fxxd ifs, and a nice tc6 through rctech and swapped a couple short course trucks with a dude in Hawaii.

Cars as of now.

4 tec has 500k fluid in front diff stock in rear, some suspension tuning, a blue bird servo. Stock brushed system. Raikou tires, mst asjustable offset wheels. Does okay but the dogbones limit steering and camber. Pretty much the basher. 

Fxx d ifs has a close to stock setup, aside from 60 weight associated shock fluid in the front. Shorty pack all the way forward. Running a turnigy turbo 120 esc, trakpower 13.5, futaba digital hs metal gear servo, stock gyro. It has aluminum front upper arms and mst aluminum shocks. Team tetsujin adjustable offset wheels, eBay hard rubber tires, they are super heavy also. Absolute pleasure to drive!

Tc6 has an unknown suspension setup, extremely tight front diff, loose rear diff. Raikou tires on mst 5mm wheels. Turnigy turbo 120 esc, viper 9.5, savox 1257. Talk about fun!

Most surprising.. My sons latrax sst.. has a toro brushless system, stock servo and battery, aluminum rear cvd.. Putting on hard rubber drift tires made this thing a little drifting beast on our concrete garage floor which is where we drift them all!

I'm learning a lot here, thanks everyone! I'll be looking for another rwd drift chassis/gyro!

Would love to find some drifty things to do within a reasonable distance from cincinnati.

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Posted by: madeinjapandad - 09-24-2017, 06:28 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)

Hey everyone , 

Anyone notice that if you google :

- BEST RC DRIFT CARS 2016 OR 2017 , you find nothing but false articles that are in reality ads disguised as guides or articles or reviews, and the very few that are legit , have cars listed that even NOOBS wouldn't look at ?


If you go to Youtube , you can find hours of horrible videos on drifting , no titles , horrible music , no details or specs ; at the same time, in all of youtube , with everything that is being talked about or made from gaming vids to vids about kittens playing with strings to everything that is in and between , I can't for the life of me find one RC drift channel dedicated to a yearly show that does a yearly rundown of the years top releases , top cars , top RTRs ? 

I would classify the marketing strategy by the RC DRIFT giants to be pathetic , the worst in the world , in ANY industry .

Im currently working in the middle east , these people have more MONEY than any of us can count , there are giant malls with spaces for drift tracks in every city here , there are investors waiting for opportunities , they have money , but seldom have the brains to do anything with it, yet i have never once seen anything related to RC drifting here. There is 1 track outside of the city and no more than three stores in the city i work at and all of them have horrible products. 

Most kids i speak to here don't even know about RC drifting , and not because they are out synch , its the RC world experts and manufacturers who are out of Synch with the new generation, especially emerging markets in the middle east and Africa.

Where is HPI , they should rent out a public exhibition space in the middle of one of the biggest malls in the middle east and have a drift track display where newcomers can test cars , learn to drift or even take a beginners course. The interest it would generate would be extremely profitable for HPI , for example. I use HPI as a an example not because they are the best , but because they seem to have the brand image thing on LOCK !

Where is YOKOMO in the Middle East ? When was the last time YOKOMO sponsored a workshop for drifters in the Middle East , or set up a track at a local mall , open up a pop up store and sell drift cars till they run OUT !

It boggles my mind how ignorant the RC drift companies are when it comes to marketing and infiltrating emerging markets.

To understand the Middle East markets you must understand that everything here now works and grows off trends , these new generation of kids literally feed off each other. If one kid buys something , all the kids will want it , and while this is the norm everywhere else in the world , it seems more so here than ever. It seems kids just want to fit in and keep up with the outside world more than ever.

Anyways... by profession , this is what i do , so forgive my venting !

For now ill just stick to smaller goals for the RC drift community , can we at least start off with drift mission or someone doing an annual dedicated page , or link , or whatever to the 2017 TOP DRIFT CARS / CHASSIS OF THE YEAR AWARDS or something like that ? Is that too much to ask for from an entire community ? A simple , clear location everyone can revert to for information that is archived annually which clearly states the authors ratings for the years top rc drift cars / chassis , is that too much to ask for by DriftMission ? I'm a NOOB and id do it !

Additionally , if any of you go on youtube , you will see there are no channels dedicated to this subject , a couple of vids made to discuss the annual state of the RC DRIFT WORLD , NEW RELEASES , HOT ITEMS , ANNUAL REVIEW , BUDGET CHASSIS OF THE YEAR , BEST RTR , BEST INDOOR DRIFTER , BEST OUTDOOR DRIFTER , BEST TIRES , AND SO ON...This would get tons of hits , there is ad revenue to be made as well... Someone with experience in the RC WORLD should jump on this , how no one has done this until now is BEYOND my wildest understanding !

Sadly , I'm a noob in the RC world , otherwise id be all over these opportunities , Id be creating dedicated websites , awards shows , annual rankings , a youtube channel dedicated to new releases , reviews of past best chassis by year. Think of the free kits you'd be getting from sponsors.

In terms of marketing , I'd coordinate between the leading local malls ( which are huge in terms of open space ) here in the middle east and companies like HPI and YOKOMO and 3Racing and i'd bring them to a special event here in the middle east , I'd set up huge tracks in the malls open spaces and get the kids to try out dozens of drifters on open and safe tracks , i'd provide a workshop for adults and elite drifters... and by the end it of it all , i'd have HUGE line ups of rich Arab kids posted up at my HPI ( or whatever ) pop up stands at the malls begging to purchase the last of the RC drift cars we brought to sell. Bottom Line , id turn this industry upside down and inside out.... There wouldn't be a kid from Dubai to Jeddah to Cairo to Istanbul that wouldn't be begging his parents for a drift car ... all i would need is the proper coordination team , the exhibition space in select malls / locations and a few sponsors.

These people at HPI , MST,  3racing and YOKOMO can build a track , they can build a car .... but they have NO IDEA how to sell or market the product.

Pathetic people who don't know what opportunity they are wasting !

I CONCLUDE BY PRESENTING TO ALL OF YOU - the top GOOGLE search result for BEST RC DRIFT CAR 2017 , look at this joke - http://rcroundup.com/radio-controlled/rc...rift-cars/



If anyone wants to debate my marketing points , first research the disposable incomes in this region and the incredible rates of under 18s in the demographic sectors of the mentioned markets , YOU WILL BE SHOCKED at the financial opportunities that are thrown away by RC drift makers by NOT targeting this customer base.

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  New Member - Budget TC4 Project
Posted by: BTRC707 - 09-23-2017, 03:46 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (5)

How's it goin everyone? I've had this brand new TC4 Club Racer laying around and finally decided to turn it into a beginner drift car. At some point I plan on purchasing a real Drift Kit but for now I'm hoping this will do. I have spare parts an figured I'd build a Frankenstein chassis. Specs are:

TC4 Club Racer 
GForce 21.5T motor ( Motor / ESC subject to change)
HPi SC15WP ESC ( pulled from E10 Drift ) 
Spektrum STX2 2.4 transmitter / receiver combo
Turnigy DriftSpec 303 servo
Turnigy 5000mAh 2S LiPo
72T spur / 22T pinion / 2.5 Internal Ratio / FR : 8.17 Ratio

Did a little work today an started getting everything together. Waiting for a shipment from hobbyking and I'll post more pics as progress is made. Still deciding to on what body to run and what wheel style to go with it. Any comments is appreciated

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Posted by: madeinjapandad - 09-23-2017, 12:49 PM - Forum: Countersteer - Replies (1)

Currently researching the C.S ability on the MST XXX-D VIP , noticing it says the stock gera ratio is 1.3 , however you can fit C.S 2.02 ratio gears. 

Does this mean that the MST XXX-D VIP is classified as C.S car when it was initially released ? 

Noticed many have since then converted the MST XXX-D VIP into RWD , can you still keep the C.S gears once converted , is it still considered a C.S , if so , how will performance be affected ? ( Sorry for the confusion )

Thank You... 

Just to confirm...The MST XXX-D VIP stock has nothing on the MST RMX S 2.0 , right ?

All bets in the RC world right now are on the RMX and the YOKO YD-2 , RIGHT ?

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  CHAOS in the RC WORLD !
Posted by: madeinjapandad - 09-23-2017, 12:17 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (4)

If anyone has noticed , i often get lost when researching things in the RC drifting world , here is a perfect example of why NOOBS like myself get lost when it comes to comprehending things from online sources :




The first guy implies RWD cars can be run wth CS , The second guy says CS is ONLY for 4WD...


All i wanted to know is if RWD cars like the YOKOMO YD-2 or the MST S 2.0 have the capability for C.S ( 1.3 - 2.0 ) , OR am i mistaken and RWD cars/kits do NOT come with C.S capability. 

Forgive my ignorance , hope someone leads me in the correct direction on the issue of RWD and C.S ability. 

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Posted by: madeinjapandad - 09-23-2017, 06:11 AM - Forum: Yokomo - Replies (6)

Is it by YOKOMO ? Is it original ?


How much of a difference does this make in terms of performance realistically ?

Would a dedicated noob benefit from something like this, why not just make a kit that is RTR that comes like this or like "VIP" models , fully suped and ready to go ? Why can't someone just make 1 RTR that is FULLY decked out with everything one could need or want out of the box , all we noobs would have to do is focus on picking rims, colour , body type and learning how to control the thing !!!!

If it was in the market i'd purchase it... I simply don't want something else has built , which leaves me with 1 option , back to square 1 , purchasing the YD-2 or the MST S 2.0 and starting from scratch. 


The chassis kit doesn't indicate if its a C.S chassis , so NOOBS like myself are to automatically assume its NOT a C.S chassis , correct ?

Thank You and please forgive the ignorance . 

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Info New Member!
Posted by: C-Drift - 09-22-2017, 01:55 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (6)


Hello, my name is Connor, I'm 15 y/o and I'm from New Zealand!

I am a new member of the site, and I feel like I will have quite a bit of fun on here :D
I have owned 5 R/C Cars, most recent purchase was my RWD Sakura D4 which I am currently setting up to slide.
I hope I can help people as much as possible with my bit of experience with drift and I hope to make some good friends on the way :P 

Thanks for reading 
That's all for now, folks!

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  Noob Question , PLEASE HELP .
Posted by: madeinjapandad - 09-21-2017, 09:06 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (4)

Is this MINI Yokomo RTR drift package ( https://www.amazon.com/package-specifica...B00UWBYTKE ) a REAL drifting car ? 

Compared to the regular sized drifting models like the D3 , D4 , MST RTR , how would this car compare ?

Is this car a REAL drifting car or is it a toy ?

I often notice many discontinued Asian model RC drift cars sold online ; when a car is discontinued in the RC world is it because something replaced it , or did it not sell well , or is it just the norm ? 

I imagine mini drifting cars to be far from realistic compared to regular sized drifting RC cars in terms of performance , feel , fun and the overlook of the drift , am I wrong ? Someone please correct me if I've misled myself .

Thank You .

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  General Question - Rear Lock Diff
Posted by: madeinjapandad - 09-21-2017, 08:43 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (1)


Do ALL RC Drift cars need to Lock The Rear Differential ?

I understand that it makes the car drift smoother , correct me if I'm wrong , please ; and if that is the case then why don't the manufacturers simply sell for example RTRs with pre Locked Diff ?

Am i missing something ?

Thank You .

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Posted by: madeinjapandad - 09-21-2017, 06:36 AM - Forum: General Discussion - No Replies

Could anyone kindly inform me if there is a difference between the HPI RS4 Sport 3 Drift Subaru BRZ RTR and the HPI RS4 SPORT 3 Vaughn Gittin JR RTR ?

What are the differences and which one is better ?

Thanks to all you HPI experts out there...

Additionally , does anyone know how any of these HPI drift models ( being the best HPI has to offer ) would compare to the newest variant of the MST MS-01D ( http://www.rc-mst.com/product_car_info.p...31&sn=1687 ) or the MST FXX-D , or the MST XXX-D ?

Do the HPI cars have anything on the MST models ?

Based on my research the HPI stock can't mess with ANY of the MST models , am i correct ?

Looking for some pro answers , thanks in advanced to anyone who can help out , surely someone out there knows a thing or two about the mentioned rides !

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  DIY wide body
Posted by: Drift12345678 - 09-20-2017, 04:25 PM - Forum: Guides - Replies (8)

Hello everyone I was wondering if anyone out there had made a diy body kit if you have how did u do it. I was using clay but then I wasn't sure how to make a mold. Does anyone know how to do this. Plus I think that your own body kit looks sick. =)

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  Hilux body on a tc4
Posted by: c0bra - 09-20-2017, 10:20 AM - Forum: Other Manufacturers - No Replies

Like the title says I'm looking to start a drift build based on a team associated tc4 chassis (already have it) and will be running a hilux/Mojave body.

I haven't decided if I want to go with shortening the wheelbase, or perhaps using a Mojave 4 door bed, which would be the easier route. Or just saying f*** it and going to a custom approx 1" stretched chassis with Sakura d4 front end and tc4 rear to keep everything low with a Mojave 2 4 door body.

Any thoughts/suggestions? Or any build threads that have pics from a similar build?

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  TA04 CS options?
Posted by: JCraven94 - 09-19-2017, 03:01 PM - Forum: Countersteer - No Replies

Hey all, pretty new to rc drift here, but learning fast. I currently have a Tamiya TA04-S running a GoolRC brushless setup on 2s. Installed a one-way front diff and made some ABS tires, also has an "lsd" (I used plumbers putty but it isn't fully locked haha). It handles really well and I'm getting the hang of it pretty fast. I'd like to look into CS drifting but was wondering if this chassis really has any options as far as pulleys go. I know it's an older chassis, and it doesn't look like they were too popular with drifting, so I'm having trouble. Was wondering if there's any compatible parts from other chassis that would work?

Thanks, Joe

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  Electronics for YD-2 Plus (first drift car)
Posted by: boolitzzz - 09-19-2017, 03:03 AM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (14)

Hello everyone,

I am new to RC drift and i already odered Yokomo YD-2 Plus but i haven't decided and completed my electronics list. I am a bit under budget for the remaining items.

Motor & ESC (Combo) 

  • Yeah Racing Brushless 8.5T & 120A
  • Yeah Racing Brushless 10.5T & 120A
  • Hobbywing Brushless 10.5T & 120A
  • Yeah Racing Hackslider Drift Tuned Gyro Black For Competition Drifting #YE-0021BK
  • Yokomo Racing Performer Steering Gyro Black For RC Drift Car Kit #RPG-302
  • OMG Low Profile Brushless High Speed Full Metal Servo 7KG 0.05 Sec

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  Sprint 2 Front Motor CS
Posted by: dewkiie - 09-18-2017, 12:54 PM - Forum: Countersteer - No Replies

So ive been trying to figure out a couple pulley/belt combos for a front motor set up. Ive even asked my local hobby shop, but they can only help me with product numbers and actual names.

Im currently on a locked stock rear and an open stock front. Havent pulled the trigger on a one way front just yet, but plan to do so soon. Most likely keeping it 32T. So my question for you guys is what pulley/belt combos have you ran? Just naming the teeth count doesnt help much, unless i can look it up in the belt guide. Very new to this whole hobby as a whole, help please? :)

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  Yd2 setup question.
Posted by: Jalano - 09-15-2017, 05:43 PM - Forum: Rear Wheel Drive (RWD) - Replies (2)

Just built a yd2 plastic, does the soft dampers go in the back or the front? [Image: 649543a44489d2000fa32ac6966cfc30.jpg]

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  Hacktronic Drift ESC - slow reverse speed??
Posted by: brendo - 09-11-2017, 10:08 AM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (1)

Hi All,

I got a new Yeah Racing Hacktronic Drift ESC today along with a Hobbywing QUICRUN 3650SD 8.5T motor.

Everything works fine, except reverse.

If anyone else has this ESC in drift mode I'd like to know how fast your car goes in reverse? Mine goes very slow in reverse. I'm not sure if it's supposed to be that slow in reverse or not? With other ESC's reverse has gone a similar speed to forward. Forward is fine on my car.

I assumed that throttle calibration might be the problem, but I cannot seem to get it to calibrate. I turn the transmitter on, hold full reverse, turn on the car/ESC and it is supposed to beep twice, but it does not beep. It's just on like it's not being calibrated. I tried trimming the throttle on the transmitter, but nothing I do seems to make any difference nor allow me to calibrate the throttle with the ESC.

Any ideas? 


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  Omg servo problem
Posted by: Drift12345678 - 09-10-2017, 05:54 PM - Forum: Help Section - Replies (9)

Hello everyone I just recently purchased a omg Lp-bf07S servo and I'm having trouble with it. When the front tires are on the ground the servo is not powerful enough to get full lock (only gets half). But when the tires are off the ground the servo proforms perfectly. What's wrong with it (setup up or is it the servo). Can only on help. ANY help is appreciated thanks guys!

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  building my first drift kit, mst rmx 2.0 s
Posted by: tanveer - 09-06-2017, 10:01 AM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (5)

got most of my rmx 2.0 s built up, it all was going perfect until the part where i had to build the diff. I can manage building up one half, but the second hand where i have to stick the tiny tiny bearings between two washers i just found it impossible, ended up just putting the diff together without the two small washers and small bearings. the bigger balls went into the gear no problem

anyone had trouble with this??

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  Just saying hello
Posted by: Pinky82 - 09-01-2017, 03:20 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (3)

Have been focusing more on off road and drones lately stopped by my lhs and walked out with a Sakura D4 Rwd kit it's good to be back loving the realism of rwd =) years back rwd wasn't an option.

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  Nissan Silvia s14
Posted by: Drift12345678 - 08-30-2017, 09:48 AM - Forum: RC Drift Bodies - Replies (2)

My Nissan Silvia s14

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  My D4 CS Build
Posted by: FR_Slow - 08-29-2017, 10:12 AM - Forum: 3 Racing - Replies (7)

Starting this thread to chronicle the progress of my Sakura D4 CS. This is my first drift car, and first time building an RC kit (owned RTRs in the past).

For electronics I went with:
-Yeah Racing Hackmoto V2 13T
-Yeah Racing Hackgear Servo
-Yeah Racing Tritronic

If, more likely when, I convert the car to RWD I will likely switch to a 10.5T brushless setup and add a gyro.

First planned upgrade for now is going to be period correct wheels to match the ABC Hobbies R30 body that will be going on it.

Here's the progress I've managed to make so far.

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I'll post an update once the chassis is complete.

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  need help with choosing wheels for my rmx 2.0 s
Posted by: tanveer - 08-25-2017, 10:11 AM - Forum: Chassis Discussions - Replies (1)

ordering an rmx 2.0 s kit tonight, but im unsure on which offset wheels i need to buy? im looking at the mst range of wheels and noticed that they come in various offsets ranging from 3 to 11. Should i order a set of 3mm and 5mm offset wheels?

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  new to rc drifting here from the UK,
Posted by: tanveer - 08-22-2017, 02:38 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (8)

just discovered the world of rc drifting, been into rc for many years and own a few large scale petrol rc's. im currently deciding between an mst xxxd rtr, or the fxxd rtr, just cant decide between 4wd and rwd

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  New member
Posted by: mike43bridge - 08-22-2017, 07:47 AM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (4)

Hi all, Mike from the UK saying hello.

New to drifting but had rc cars for over 30 years now. Current stable :-

Sakura D3
Sakura D4 RWD
Sakura Xi Sport (CS 1.47)

Tamiya TB-03
Tamiya Mini

Arrma Fury brushless

Kyosho Optima (original) x2

Have some questions but will wait for now.

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Image Newbie in Chicagloand
Posted by: FR_Slow - 08-21-2017, 12:52 PM - Forum: Introductions - Replies (4)

Hey everyone, I'm Chris from the northwest suburbs of Chicago. I played around with RC cars a little in high school and college, mainly just bashing around the desert (originally from AZ) with a cheap Traxxas Rustler. I've been wanting to get into RC drifting for awhile now, but have always decided to spend the money on 1:1 scale car hobbies instead (autox, hpde, and rallyx in the winter).

After a bit of research, probably less than I should have done haha, I order the following yesterday:

-Sakura D4 AWD
-Yeah Racing Hackmoto V2 13T
-Yeah Racing Hackgear Servo
-Yeah Racing Tritronic
-ABC Hobby R30 Skyline body
-FlySky TX FS-GT3B
-Charger and a Gens ace 5000mAh 50c 2S LiPo

I went with the CS D4 simply because of reading and watching a good number of reviews that said it'd be easier to learn and less likely to get discouraged, although I read plenty of opinions that also said to just jump into RWD. My main goal, for the time being, is simply to have some fun with a moderately expensive toy. I figured the D4 would be a good choice since it was in my price range and can be converted to RWD fairly easily.

This is gonna be my first time actually building a kit, my old Rustler was bought as an RTR, and I'm pretty excited for that. Looking forward to joining the community, and learning/sharing a lot more on here.

Here's the progress on the car so far.

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Ran into a bit of a snag last night with the upper deck and front shock mount coming into contact with each other, so I'm picking up some sand paper today to take a bit off the front of the upper deck. Hoping I can finish up the build tonight.

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