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Old 01-30-2007, 05:35 PM
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Can Someone Pls tell me some realy good cars for drifting i know a few but not sure wats the best car to start off with
by the way Money no problem
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Old 01-30-2007, 05:57 PM
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Money...no problemYokomo Drift package. DONE AND DONE!!!!!!!!!!!!! If money IS a problem TT01
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If You have money to burn then Go a Yokomo...


If you want to drift and keep Drifting a HPI Sprint 2, TT-01 or a TA-05 or TC4 would be the Way to go..
Old 02-05-2007, 01:06 PM
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Yes Yokomo package all the way i had one a few weeks ago for about 4 months then found out the amazing side of 1/9th buggies. Still love to rc drift but i find near me off-road is more versatile and near me more fun, So yokomo all the way
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i had a yoko dude, .... loved it, then it sucked!!...

i bought a cheap tt01 from a friend and i swear imoa that it drifts better than a yoko, money WILL burn a hole in your pocket with one!!, you are from the u.k like myself and i had to wait 6weeks for my stage2 upgrade set to get here!, and it still was not as good!, dude i work in a hobby shop, i sell tt01 over yoko cus i dont want customers breaking my neck when they curb it and need new arms and hub's!....

just a thought, nice cars but i will say if you want to use it and it breaks it wont be up and running 4 a while unless you local hobby shop has a massive back up of spears!!..

not trying to stear you away from them at all.... but i wood like 2 get my point across!..
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KK Chears ALL thats a lot of help thnx
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What about the TB-02? The are selling on the Tamiya site for $125, basically the same price as the TT-01, but with upgrades like ball diffs and adjustable... well... everything! If you get a TT-01 with an ESC then it is almost the same price.

Is the TT-01 better? Or is it just ussually cheaper?
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Thnx but i saw a TT-01 for £99 including a servoes resiver ESC 2 3000Mah batts fast chrgr controler and ovcorse the car with any body shell i wont

does any 1 think this is a GOOD DEAL
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hi ide say, thats a fair deal!

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