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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    Here is a good and cheap, brushless ESC and Motor combo for drifting.

    http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/m_72...tm.htm#7221578
    (TA05-Exige-RS 540 BL1)(M03-Exige-RS 540 BL1)
    http://thaphillips.mylaps.com

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    I don't wana high jack any threads but im a newbie with rc cars..i have a team losi sport truck and a rc traxxas car and i don't know whats wrong with them..plz help asap..

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    i am buying the 1/10 scale electric drit star car at nitrorcx.com and was wondering if a brushless motor uprgrade would be a good idea compared to a lipo battery upgrade

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    Hello, I want to upgrade my motor, but i am wondering if I should buy a brushed High turn motor or a brushless low turn motor. I wen to my local hobby shop and the guy told me I could get the same or a greater amount of torque if I change my motor gear for a Higher or lower ,I don't remember. Will it be better? or will it be totally the same?

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    does anyone kno if the EXCEEDMADSPEEDdrift cars are good there cheap thats the only reason i think they might not be that good, here are the specs and ****
    Specifications:
    Type:
    4WD Electric Drift Car
    Scale: 1/10
    Length: 17.32 in (440mm)
    Width: 7.48 in (190mm)
    Wheelbase: 10.20 in (259mm)
    Weight: 3.3 lb (1496.g)
    Chassis: Molded composite
    Suspension: Independent
    Tire Type: Drifting rubber
    Motor or Engine: High-performance 540 motor
    Speed Control: Exceed RC engineered Speed Control
    Radio: Pistol radio system
    Servos: 3KG.cm high-torque steering servo
    Kit/RTR: RTR
    Shock Type: Aluminum, coil-over oil filled
    Body: Prepainted 350 Drift body
    Ball Bearings: Complete
    Battery: 7.2v Ni-MH 1800mAh
    features:
      [*]Unique centralized low center of gravity design[*]Detailed side-view mirrors, wheels, wing and exhaust[*]Street-ready detailed 350 drift body[*]CNC aluminum upper deck[*]CNC aluminum center drive[*]CNC aluminum motor mount[*]Durable oil filled shock[*]Pistol Transmitter Radio Control[*]Exceed RC electronic speed control with 540 brush motor[*]3KG High-Torque steering servo[*]Foam bumper for added protection when drifting[*]Easy access front and rear ball differentials V[/list]

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    i got a lambo for 19 dollers can it drift and can a f1 car drift

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    man how mutch was that

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    Can you guys post some links to sites or places other than the big manufacturers,( hpi, yokomo,....) that sell some drift parts? accessories?
    ESEblitz, Efirestorm, firestorm10t, cycloneS,

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    I like thetoyz.com

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    BROAD TECH
    ABCHOBBY
    BANZAI HOBBY
    GENKI
    SPEEDAND DRIFT JAPAN
    3RACING
    RC EXCITEMENT
    R/C Drift Network - Eastcoast
    Lead, Follow, Get Out the Way!

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    Can some explain what drifting is?  I'm totally new and reading the threads is a bit confusing.

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    any thoughts on this car? is it good for a beginner drifter?

    http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_info.php/cPath/1_44_2142_2587/products_id/209742/n/HPI-Sprint-2-Drift-RTR-w-Nissan-350Z-Body-TF-40-24GHz-Radio-System 

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    RE: Before posting, READ this, it MIGHT answer a question

    Yes it is.

    I'm unstickying and locking this thread, since 5 FAQs with no elaboration doth not an RCU sticky make. Furthermore, for some reason, this thread keeps getting used to ask random questions rather than post additional FAQs relating to drifting.

    If someone wants to create a real Drifting FAQ and submit it, I would definitely see what could be done about stickying it.
    Down with the crew known to pump up the bass...
    We rock the joint at a cool, steady pace.
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