Its time for another product review. A brand new servo manufacturer was kind enough to send me one of their new brushless low profile servo’s a few weeks ago, the RC OMG HDT045070B. I’ve been using it in my competition drift car since then to give it a proper test. Read my test results after the jump.
For last weekends demo at the 100% Tuning show in Rotterdam our buddy Edwin and I decided to finish our long overdue J-policecar project. The cars were obviously build in a different style. Edwins R34 is a scale replica, whereas mine is a typical drift car with a police theme. They did look damn cool running next to each other on track though! Before we smashed the cars to bits, we decided to take some cool pictures with the RC Drift Events scenery.
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Hot! That’s what everyone will remember Round 2 of the German IDS RC-drift series by. For us though, the temperature seemed to work as we managed to get not one, but two podium spots!
More details and pictures after the jump.
RCDE organised a weekend full of RCdrifting at the ERCE track in Eindhoven some weeks ago. With the top of the D1:10 and a group of drifters from Germany present it was going to be a great day! Barbeque, sunshine, drifting, what more could you want?
More pictures after the jump..
I’ve been campaigning my Yokomo DRB for over a year now, and I still very much like it. I’ve been improving it slowly over the last competition season and this season it shows that all the work is paying off. With a 4th and 1st place finish under its belt, the DRB is now in 1st place in the overall standings for this season. I thought this was a good moment to show you the ins and outs of my chassis, together with some awesome pictures by Dorigazo.