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Thread: New To RC, I Really want to start with a good rc but i only have about 400/$480.

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    Talking New To RC, I Really want to start with a good rc but i only have about 400/$480.

    I want a good car to start then eventually drift a i learn.
    as i said i have 400/$480 and ino some RTR cars you need battery and battery chargers.
    please can someone advise me on an rc car and long lasting battery or longest lasting battery.

    also i like all the HPI rc cars most becuse i like the Ken block gk5 car and the gittin jr RTR Mustang...but thats just a body?

    sorry if i sound newbie... i'm just excited to get into RC!

    THANKS!

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    I'm confused on what type you are looking for.

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    same here, i dont understand what you are looking for...
    If nobody comes back from the future to stop you, how bad of a decision can it be?
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    You said you wanted to eventually drift but you can't really buy a car that you can easily turn into a drift car.

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    you could buy an 1/8 onroad rc car *cough* Ofna DM-ONE Spec E, Ofna Ultra GTP2E *cough* and put some drifting tires on it. and you u have a drifter.
    If nobody comes back from the future to stop you, how bad of a decision can it be?
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    Well you might want to check these out as they come with everything you need. nothing to buy but the car. price start at $279.99 Check out the videos they have on the site and yes you can drift with them out of the box.

    http://www.vaterrarc.com/ON-road/
    Last edited by RCForLife; 05-02-2013 at 06:44 PM.

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