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Old 07-14-2007, 08:51 PM
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Default Drifting in Dallas/Fort Worth

Does any one know of any good drift tracks in the Dallas/Fort Worth area of Texas? Also, I have been reading that drifting is better with Electrics, so what would be some good brands of Electric drift cars to carry say in a store and some good Brushless systems? Thanks
Old 07-14-2007, 09:34 PM
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Default RE: Drifting in Dallas/Fort Worth

hot bodies make some vary nice eletric chassis : P

i live in houston which is a 2 hour drive from dallas .. or was it austin .. i dont remeber but yea what u can do is go to a huge rc website like tamiya.com and look up hobby store near u then u go to your local shop and ask if they h ave any tracks

mostly all fast tracks that people race there uber 50+ mph cars u can drift on so if u cant find a drift track just go to a regular one ;P

and yes eletric is beter for drifting (in my opinion)

then reason why is because that eletric isnt noisy and is less harder to set up

sorry if my spelling is bad i just woke up
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Default RE: Drifting in Dallas/Fort Worth

if your a brick and mortar shop , check out hpi's hot bodies cyclones...Yokomo's are always good and the novak brushless seems most popular. I personally run the East Coast Bodies Tune 27T brushless drift motor with a novak GTB.
Old 07-15-2007, 09:22 PM
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Default RE: Drifting in Dallas/Fort Worth

Sweet cool, we pretty much specalize in nitro vehicels but I'm wanting to start moving into some of the electric stuff, but I don't want crappy electric stuff. Thanks I'll look into the cyclones.

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