Ever thought of buying an RC drift car?

You’ve probably seen tons of car chases in movies where the cars slide around corners at breakneck speeds. But, have you ever considered how much time and effort goes into mastering a skill like that? It’s not as simple as just getting behind the wheel and drifting around a corner.

If you can’t build up the courage to try this out in your car, perhaps it’s time you considered buying an RC drift car? There are tons of cars that are built for drifting, and there are competitions as well. Here are a few steps to help you start off this hobby:

You will need to get an RWD RC car if you want to get the car to drift sideways. This will prevent looping. You should consider electric RC cars since they are lighter and offer greater motor durability, as opposed to nitro RC cars which can get damaged easily because of over-revving of the motor continuously.

A few things to look at when choosing a car are the tires, suspension, drive train, and motor. But clearly, the tires are the most important thing you need to focus on. There are a lot of people who look to cheap alternatives of tires by trying things like PVC pipes, but this is not a full-proof solution. But, no matter what you choose, make sure all four tires are exactly the same.

Once you have a drifting RC car and good tires, you’re ready to go with your drifting career. The next challenge you are going to face is trying to make sure that your car drifts perfectly on every single turn. If you thought buying the right car and getting good tires was difficult, just wait till you start drifting. It’s not as easy as it looks. Even when it is with RC cars!