hi, new guy here.

Discussion in 'RC Drifting and Setup' started by sonic, Jul 8, 2004.

  1. sonic

    sonic Guest

    Hello. I'm new and know nothing about driftin an r/c car. I have a hpi nitro rs4 2 and a hpi micro... could the micro be a good drifter? I have a bunch of stuff done to it. Or should I just buy the yokomo kit????? also have a savage for the dirt... and an evo 8 for the real road.......
  2. UBdead

    UBdead Guest

    Those two cars from HPI will drift fine... almost every 4wd car does... (but not your savage,... ..hmmm you should try that) but the first thing you should do is buy some 50/60mm PVC/ABS and make some tires out of that. A stock engine is pretty good.. but i should let it cool for 20 minutes after using one battery pack... and if u got the cash (I think so, if you want to buy a yokomo drift chassis) buy some new suspension, the most hard you can find.
  3. SpArKeY_STi

    SpArKeY_STi Guest

    The micro is fine... just wrap the tires in Electral tape an go.

    If you truely want to drift the savage, drop the RH and find some loose sand on a road with not to many bumps and your good.