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Yeah Racing D4 Conversion Kit – First Impression (Part 1)

What’s up guys! So for today, I am going to go over the newly released Yeah Racing Sakura D4 conversion kit with all the fancy alloy bits and pieces. Since the kit brings a ton of parts, this is only going to be part 1 of the article where I will cover the parts, their […]

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Luxon Agile – More Punch, Smarter Package

It’s been a while since I reviewed a new product, but rejoice because today I bring you an in depth article on the new Acuvance motor, the Luxon Agile. To better put things in perspective I figured i’d bring it’s predecessor, the Luxon BS Dual which has been the flagship motor for a while now, […]

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The Acuvance Instructional “basically” video

I just filmed this video to cover all the technical aspect of the Acuvance Airia. In this video I say the word basically a lot, but I do give you a lot of details on how to achieve just about anything with the unit and the TAO II. Basically, if you can tolerate the word […]

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Usukani KPI Knuckles: King Pin Inclination Gold!

So I have been testing the Usukani KPI knuckle for quite a while now and wanted to fill in all the naysayers out there. This knuckle is, for now, the best thing I’ve tested so far in the KPI world! Let me elaborate: This knuckle brings everything you need, whether you are AWD, CS, or […]

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Usukani: Breaking the “Made in China” stigma!

Today I wanted to write an article a bit out of the normal product review I usually give you guys. It’s about a brand as a whole. Now, if you have been around social media in the past month, I’m sure you already know which brand I talking about. I’m talking of course about Usukani. Usukani […]

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M’s Damper Build (Part 2)

Remember these guys? Well they are back with some slight changes. Unfortunately, I recently ran into some issues with the first gen M’s lower seals so I contacted Raikou to get a new set for replacement and to my surprise they released some new seals (kinda lead me to believe the original ones were failing […]

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Topline Ball Reamers – Finding that perfect fit

Getting rid of friction within plastic ball ends can be a pain sometimes. Luckily for us, Topline just released some miniature ball reaming tools that will satisfy all you tool nuts. Let’s have a look at them. The lineup consist of a 4.3mm, 4.8mm, and 5.8mm. The 4.3mm is perfect for Yokomo spec ball ends, […]

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M’s Damper Build (Part 1)

So I’ve had my M’s dampers for quite a while now and here is what I learned after a few trial and errors. First of, let me start by saying that I absolutely love these dampers. I have had them on my Bianca for a couple weeks and the driving experience on this chassis has […]

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Acuvance TAO II Aggressive Drive Effector – The Future of RC Motor-Programming is HERE!!!

           The wait is over, my friends. Acuvance announced the news a few months back and the dream is finally a reality.  The TAO II is finally here and I am here to share with you what the commotion is all about. I hope this article will open your eyes about what the TAO II really is and […]

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Yeah Racing Spec D Tires – A Good Budget “Outdoor” Tire

If you are familiar with Yeah Racing, you know how long these guys have been supplying the RC world with affordable Hop-ups! Well now, they are hitting us with some new Spec-D drift tires and we got a chance to test them out for you. Here are our findings: First, each combo comes with four rims priced at […]

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Eagle Racing TT-02 GRT – “The most Bang for the Buck” to get into RC Drift!

I recently started taking my  daughter to the track with me and she started showing some interest in the hobby. So after a long time pondering (about 5 seconds) I decided I should get her something of her own to learn RC drifting (although it really was an excuse for me to try a new chassis). My […]

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Acuvance Chevalier Capacitor Series – The Power Cap Slap!

Along with their buttery smooth ESCs and motors, Acuvance offers us a series of high quality capacitors called Chevaliers (which means knights in French), but what do they exactly do? In this article I will be explaining what are their purpose and benefits. So first of, what are capacitors? Power Capacitors are used to store power […]

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Acuvance Tachyon Airia & TAO programming card – First Impressions and Reputation Count!

The Acuvance Tachyon Airia; the famous ESC used by many Japanese drifters. What is the hype around this ESC? Well luckily for you (and me), I had the chance to try this system by testing this product extensively during the past 3 weeks. So today, I will try to give you the best explanation of my experience […]

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Sakura D3 @ 3.58 CS (258%)

Hi all! So I know I have been procrastinating on posting my chassis mods and specs so tonight I decided it was time to get serious and get into the details of it. In this post I will share with you (in the best of my abilities) every parts and mods that I currently run as […]

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Active Hobby TYPE-C High Steering Suspension Arms

Hi All! With the trend of Y arms and super high angle steering in both Counter-Steer and RWD setup, I finally had enough and took the leap and purchased my own. But you know me, I couldn’t just get any Y arms, I had to get some pink ones to match my Sakura D3! two […]

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Active Hobby Strut Servo Mount “Pure Servo Mount Swag!”

So lately I have been paying a lot of attention to the details of my chassis and its cleanliness. from wire-tucking to components placement, I really try to push these limits as far as I can. One thing I hated above all was my servo mount since I was using some horizontal post I had […]

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Active Hobby Sakura D3 “D-Cut” shaft

If there is one thing I learned from owning a Sakura D3, it’s that it’s a real pain in the bu** to change belts and pulleys! but thankfully, Active Hobby thought about us, D3 owners, and made the job a bit easier with their new custom shafts… or did they? Well for the most part. […]

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