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Old 01-04-2009, 03:44 AM
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Sorry for the newbie question cause im new at this but what kind of surface could you drift on? I have a Losi Drift R and I have only drifted at home on the hardwood floor. Please tell me what kind of surface is safe to drift on without ruining or scratching something. TY ALL
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wood, cement, asphalt, any hard surface
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I tend to find most things smooth work fine as for scratching anything on the car but , all surface's can totally change the way you drift .. Some offer little grip and some offer alot.

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