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  1. #1
    RC Racer
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    What if you don't want to drift?

    I like the look of the car and really just want a road car that handles really well. If it slides a little im cool with that, but I don't want to drift. Would I only have to switch the tires? Or would it be a lot more complicated than that?

    Anyone else feel this way? I see a lot of videos of people just sliding around...I think that would get old quick. Just my opinion.

  2. #2
    RC Qualifier
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    Tires would be number 1. Might ned to change the stock setup a little bit to get good tires to fix.

  3. #3
    RC Champion
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    just change the tires. but some of the vids i have seen the car is being forced to drift and it is just jumping around. so the stock tires seem to hold well on a dry surface.

  4. #4
    RC Competitor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dcmkx2000
    I like the look of the car and really just want a road car that handles really well. If it slides a little im cool with that, but I don't want to drift. Would I only have to switch the tires? Or would it be a lot more complicated than that?

    Anyone else feel this way? I see a lot of videos of people just sliding around...I think that would get old quick. Just my opinion.
    Literally any RC that I've ever purchased needed a tire-upgrade, if your plans included anything but running up and down your driveway.

    Of course, any RTR can benefit from a set-up change to its suspension - but it's not rocket science either.

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