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Kyosho TF-2 RWD Custom

 
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PostPosted: Sat 15 Nov - 00:39 (2014)    Post subject: Kyosho TF-2 RWD Custom Reply with quote

New news on my TF2.
I spifft it out a bit today, Lookin' alright for now, just have to find places on it to hide the wires.

Yall tell me how it looks so far, OK!  Yes, It  Drifts, and not too bad either. Im a fast Drifter, I dont like pooking around a track.

And, Im not a person that cant take a bit of criticism. I love it...Give it too me Yall..

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PostPosted: Sat 15 Nov - 10:28 (2014)    Post subject: Kyosho TF-2 RWD Custom Reply with quote

not bad! i love aluminium deck!
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PostPosted: Sun 16 Nov - 14:50 (2014)    Post subject: Kyosho TF-2 RWD Custom Reply with quote

Thanks Man, Its like 25 years old and thought a referb was due.
I think my motor is too much for it, as its a 2700kv on 3s, but the speed is Awesome on the Asphalt.

Ill have to slow it down some to race on Cement at the track here, it has a poly something covering on the floor.
And they dont drift too fast either.

Made a pic of the body Im gonna use on it, old retro look.


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PostPosted: Wed 19 Nov - 00:13 (2014)    Post subject: Kyosho TF-2 RWD Custom Reply with quote

Started another car, Doing it kinda Low Budget now, but lookin ok for its time spent in it.

Going for a Gymkhana Style Camaro, as I have a Body laying around for years.
The body in the above pic is this one, I now have a 64Impala on my original TF2 RWD Drifter.
I did this car a bit different, using rims from a StreetJam R31 and my old Camaro body.

Tell me what ya think, and how should I paint it.






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PostPosted: Fri 23 Jan - 23:47 (2015)    Post subject: Kyosho TF-2 RWD Custom Reply with quote

Did somemore work on it, drifted on the DDC track in Stuttgart 3 times so far, and its working REAL Good, last saturday, I was doing tandoms with a member from them.
Cool for the first time. But the racer in me comes out sometimes. LOL.

I was using a HK401b gyro and a Kyosho steering servo, I thought that was good, but I just put a Spartan Quark heli gyro and a Align DS615 servo on it.
What a difference it made, I thought I had a new car!!!
Cant wait till I get a chance to go to the track again and try this thing out again, but Im kinda stuck just running it on the street for now till I get the chance to go back.

I have changed a bunch on the original car, mostly the steering assy. and ackerman angles.
We run the MST FR-F gold(med.) on the front and cs-r on the back, either the med. or the hard.
Yall gonna laugh at me if I tell ya what I run on the street on this car, but here it goes.
I bought some D-Types for the rear and some Thunder Tiger drift/sprints for the front, Do they work, YES.
I can steer in a fast drift, changing directions with no problems, and when I hit the throttle in a straight line, it stays on line, straight.
You just have to take it easy with the steering, too much and it will spinout, switchbacks are no problem either, just dont slam the wheel to full lock.

So, for some pics.
Vid will be coming too. Smile






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