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Drift Package Weight Shift Drift Master Tsunami Spec R - The Destructor

Is it time to retire the 86...? Over a 12 months of splendid tough running has taken it is toll. Not quite but.

I finished the build of this body in November 20 2013!!! That's almost 2 years of impacts and repairs.

As a D1 waft device you would assume this kind of Damage... So it's absolutely a pleasure to observe it degrade gracefully.

Be aware: DRIFTLINE - "DORI-SEN" is a brand new emblem on the way to be liberating a few new stuff in due route.

Underneath the 86 I've been strolling this chassis recently.

I attempted many variatinos of RWD rc waft however waited on very last commitment for multiple motives.

1. The first chassis conversions FR-D and FXX-D were designed around "reality" having the the front engine and rear pressure. I knew that this changed into now not the pleasant format for RC overall performance.

2.  I wanted to see if the non-gyro RWD would take off as a viable option.... Not yet (depending on grip levels.)

3. The struggle for a putting on the way to fit the Full Counter Steer Chassis for driving feel.

4. A conversion chassis is actually too costly for everyone.

Five. GCRC's surface of insanely polished concrete provided a far greater hard setup that different tracks.

Anyway... I improved via the Imadoki roll chassis that labored quite nicely, But I had bought this used Drift Master as my base due to the fact...

1. The chassis was stiff and suitable for suspension tuning.

2. The open gearbox layout was much like the DRbs that I actually have.

Three. It become still a Drift Package... The maximum tune-in a position chassis in RC driftland.

It's all a mixture of parts like Active, Team Associated, Overdose, Wrap Up, Yokomo pieced collectively with old DRB parts and some custom portions (Upper deck and the front mount)

The slide rack is decent sufficient, But I see no reason why the brand new great long hands from Yokomo should not work equally as well with less complexity.

Rubber bands to prevent ninety degree steering.

In the rear is a ball diff, however the largest have an impact on on those RWD chassis has been three things.

1. Weight Balance

Moving the electronics rearward creates good side to side balance, the I tried the battery in over 6 different locations, I've settled on setting it laterally, just in front of the rear shock tower. Behind the shock tower gave too much rotation. With a more grippy surface this may be ok, but at GCRC we chase grip at big angle and not slip. We are always chasing rear grip. Some may do this with tyre... but it's ultimately the chassis that hold the key.  With a grippy tyre comes less angle and I don't look for that. MST yellow is about the softest we should ever go to match CS car speed, but I am chasing a setting where I can revert to MST CS-R RED.

2. Front End Geometry

RWD requires best setting of the front stop guidance geometry. Just 1 diploma of toe inside the wrong guidance quarter can flip a super setting into a pig. I am still seeking to run with "deep dish" rims of round 9 offset for a street placing, however after that I will trade to 0 as is the norm in emulating Formula D and D1GP.

 Three. Long stroke suspension.

The long stroke suspension has been something that came to light from adding weight. The rear of many chassis were ending up with super stiff springs and even then only around 1mm of rear suspension travel. This obviously incorrect setting had me searching for options to allow the chassis to run super soft rear that  would twist and roll with weight up top while still allow for compression and dive. The result was a 10mm increase in rear travel. With out the battery, the chassis is about 10mm ride height. but compresses to around 5mm.

A notice on Power.

I run a regular force ratio in the rear so why could I want a 7.5T creating a exceptional insane unrealistic scale pace? I do not. So I most effective run a 21.5T motor. This placing prevents needless over-rotaion of the rear wheels and effects in more than sufficient grip according to surface. I always have the choice for greater power with a complete variety of Accuvance vehicles in my toolbox, however as but, I'm yet to see use for it.

So having finished this frame for predominant use I'll be refining the "Street Spec" before heading returned to D1 craziness another time and the 86 will return to carrier.

Plans for the later a part of this year include a few custom chassis conversions for the DRB.

Drift Package Weight Shift Drift Master Tsunami Spec R


Yokomo Drift Package Drift Master Chassis Kit

Yokomo Blue Alloy Aluminum Servo Mount

Yokomo SS Hex Screw set

Yokomo Lunsford Titanium Turnbuckles

Yokomo Black Ball joints

Team Bomber Carbon Bumper Support

Drift Master Black Carbon Lower Deck Modified for Slide rack

DRB Black Carbon Upper Deck for Front

Custom RE-XTREME Rear Upper Deck  & Battery Holder

DRB Black Carbon Modified Mono Shock Tower

Custom 桃柵さん Black Carbon Bulkhead Brace Set

Active Slide Rack Set

Overdose Blue Servo Saver Arm

Yokomo Brake Disk Wheel Hub

MST 5mm Wheel Lock nuts.

Eagle Racing Velcro Body Mount

Drive Train:

Yokomo Blue Alloy SD Front One Way Axle

Yokomo Stock Plastic Ball Differential (loose setting)

18T Yokomo Pinion86T MST Spur Gear

Yeah Racing  Universal Shaft (Rear)


Yokomo RWD Conversion Blue Alloy Front Suspension Y-arm.

WUN V2 Blue Alloy Front Upper Arm

Team Suzuki Alloy Rear Lower Suspension Arm for Drift Package

Yeah Racing Blue Alloy Rear Hub Carrier 0 Degrees Toe in

Overdose Blue Alloy Suspension Mount Set

              Front : 0 Degrees (FF)

Overdose Blue Alloy Suspension Mount Set for Drift Package

              Rear :  0 Degrees (ADJUSTABLE)

Yokomo Blue Alloy Chassis adjustment spacers

                FF Spacer - 1mm

                FR Spacer - 1mm

                RF Spacer - 3mm

Rear Shock

                Yokomo BD7 Black Alloy Shock SSS Size

                Team Associated Long Shock Shaft

Front Monoshock

              Yokomo BD7 Alloy Shock SSS Size


              Front: Yokomo 3 hole

              Rear :Yokomo 3 hole

Yokomo Shock Oil

              Front: 200

              Rear : 200

Spring Set

               Front: RC926 Soft

               Rear: 30mm Tamiya Soft Spring + RC926 15mm Medium Soft and Separator

Alignment Setting:


              Front : Zero degree Toe Out

              Rear : 0 degrees Toe in

              Slight toe in on full lock


              Front : 13 degrees


              Front : 7 degrees

              Rear : 0 degrees

Ride Height

              Front : 4mm

              Rear : 5mm


 Keyence Brushless Set

  Keyence Tachyon Airia ESC (Silver Carbon)

  Keyence Luxon KG 21.5T Motor (Silver case)

  Keyence Chevalier Dash Capacitor

Keyence TAO Aggressive Drive Controller (SR Shine Red)

   Brake Power 24%

   Neutral Brake Power 14%

   Forward Speed 100%

   Reverse Speed 50%

   Drive Frequency 2KHz

   Brake Frquency 2KHz

   Neutral Brake Frequency 2KHz

   Turbo + Full Advance

   Boost Timing Full Advance

Direct Euro Battery Connectors

Kawada Motor Connectors

Keyence Black Wire


Sanwa MT-4S 40th 2.4Ghz 4ch Proportional Radio Control System

Sanwa RX-472 Receiver

Sanwa SG-01D Gyro

Sanwa SRG-BLX Steering Servo

Charger and Battery

Hitec X4 Multi Charger

RE-Xtreme Power LiPo - 2/3 size Turnigy 4200mAh 60C LiPo Batteries x2

Tyre : GCRC

Front: RC-ART RT-02SH for carpet. Round profile 26mm

Rear: MST CS-R Medium Red or GA26.

Tyre: Millenium

Front: MST FR-F Gold  round profile 26mm

Rear: MST CS-R Green

Body : Toyota 86

Front Track: 205mm

Front Wheel: +9

Rear Width: 215mm

Front Wheel: +14

Body : FD3s

Front Track: 200mm

Front Wheel: +9

Rear Width: 200mm

Front Wheel: +12

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