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    want to get a drift car.

    Ive had Rc's for a while and lately ive really wanted to get a drift car. i dont really know whats good and bad. for instance the drift videos on you tube. these people all seem to have their own custom builds. If i wanted to get in to that could i buy an RTR and still customize it as much as those guys?? Or should i start at scratch and make my own build. By the way i want an electric, are there any good recommendations as to what to get and do???

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    hey check this out. this website have all the flair and excitment in a rc drifter you want. all are very scale trick. they are kits so you need your own electronics and motor. and no need to worry on looks they are model after real professional drifters
    [url=http://www.yokomousa.com/]Yokomo USA[/url]

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    thankyou for giving me this site i know ill find use to this at somr point

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    you are welcome man have fun with your drifter

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    What about the HPI cup racer? Or are you looking for something more hardcore drift?

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    What about an HPI Cup Racer? It doesn't seem like a hardcore drifter, but it seems versatile.

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    is the cup racer an rtr?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SketchyRC View Post
    is the cup racer an rtr?
    No, but it looks like its an easy kit to build.

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    The Hpi Sprint 2 Drift is the easiest RTR kit to start drifting with, the price is there to, comes with everything you need including battery and charger and 2.4 ghz radio, drifts very easy for beginners, Give it a shot.

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    Most people drift 1:10 scale as it probably gives you the most options in terms of aftermarket support. Hpi cup racer is a fun car. But if the group you slide with all run full size 1:10. You will find the characteristics are different and it's sorta in class of it's own. IMO get a tt01 and test the waters to see if you like rc drift cause it's not for everyone


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