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Old 08-25-2020, 07:23 AM
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Question Just got my first drift car, dare I say first pro RC car?

Hello! First post on RCU. I just got the WLToys K969 (I'm very happy, it said it was coming in October). I couldn't afford an authentic Mini Z, so this seemed like a good choice. It's my first time drifting, I'm not very good yet but looking forward to getting better. Any beginner tips and trick you guys have? Especially on how to drift around a cone (Or in my case a binder clip). Also is there anywhere that I can get Mini Z quality bodyshells to fit my 1/28 scale, 98mm./ 102mm. wheelbase car? And no Beaver, I don't want the Audi R8. Thanks in advance for all the answer!

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Old 08-26-2020, 07:46 AM
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Hey guys thanks for all the support, 59 views and no responses! That's exactly what I was expecting from the RC community! Great job *****h0l3s
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