RC Drift: I Bet Vin Diesel Is Behind This

Submitted by: IshiiDaFishy 6 years ago in Sports

It"s incredible how these little RC cars have the same movements and motions are full-scale race cars...
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Male 589
what song is this????
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Male 61
i never get bored of hearing this song
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Male 3,076
pfff this is actualy much easyer than it looks like... now IRL not that easy
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Male 876
Ken Block on Top Gear <-- really worth the watch.
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Male 723
" ... as [i]there[/i] new pilot."

*face palm*

8-) LJ
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Male 55
@IAB

you censored ____pit? really? lmao! no one say anything that could be construed as naughty... ;)
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Male 55
@Oldfrt

if that was really the case then airline companies, the us military (or any for that matter), and schools wouldnt spend millions of dollars on flight simulators and training. each person would spend 5hrs on a $400 rc plane and then jump in the roosterpit and take off. please think before you speak.
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Male 55
@auburnjunky

awesome, im going to the hobby store and buying an rc plane, gonna practice for a few hours, then tell southwestern im fully qualified as there new pilot.
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Male 25,417
its cool but so needed music
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Male 17
The only reason I played the entire video was because of the song
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Male 306
I bet they get laid a lot with those cars.
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Male 371
The butter it must have taken...
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Male 773
`Wohooo!! Insufficient traction is awesome!`

It`s not just the insufficient traction. Drifting was developed as a way to race on the narrow mountain roads of Japan. They drift because it makes the car take up a wider area of the road, making it harder to pass on the corners and switchbacks.
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Male 214
whoop dee friggin doo...
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Male 2,390
these guys are horrible.
Now these guys are worth watchingSG Drifters
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Male 10,440
Wohooo!! Insufficient traction is awesome!
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Male 58
that song really pisses me off!
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Male 10,338
@juggaloreign:

Yeah, that`s exactly what I`m saying. RC is just as good, if not better than a computer simulator to learn all types of control techniques for driving or flying. Nothing beats hands on training, but learning to drive/fly a scale/power accurate RC gives you a huge head start, and a smaller learning time.
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Male 10,338
@Rob:

"Drifting. The stupid racing style that uses twice the engergy at half the speed. Retarded."

Actually, on some types of tracks, corners, drifting is more efficient and faster than grip driving. As you can see, these guys fly.
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Male 2,528
Drifting. The stupid racing style that uses twice the engergy at half the speed. Retarded.
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Male 1,341
I had a pretty nifty RC a long time ago. We did a speed test, I controlled it from the passenger seat and my buddy drove behind it. We got to 72 mph. Amazing what lithium polymer batteries and brushless electric motors can do.
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Male 773
`I just want this to end with an Initial D splash`

OVERHEATED BRAKE PADS ON A GT-R!

Sorryl...we only get up to Vol. 3 here..
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Male 749
@JuggaloReign: "so if i learned to fly an accurate scale sized rc plane, i would instantly be able to fly a real one?"

Actually, flying an RC plane is a good bit harder than flying a real plane (excuse me RCer`s I meant Full Scale plane). In a real plane, you have direct tactile feed back from the air against the control surfaces, and you have a single perspective looking out the roosterpit. With RC, no tactile feed back and you have to `translate control movements based on the direction of the plane relative to you (left is different if the plane is coming toward you rather than away)

Not sayin an RCer would be automatically able to fly a plane, but he would have a better chance than an experienced pilot flying an RC plane for the first time.
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Male 1,196
could they choose more annoying music?
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Male 5,148
nice music.
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Male 1,222
Too long, great though
And i hate nneka with all my heart, dont know why
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Male 290
I wonder if you can tune things like camber, toe, and caster angles or the tension on the springs or roll bars if they`ve got them.
I totally want one of these.
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Male 55
@auburnjunky

so if i learned to fly an accurate scale sized rc plane, i would instantly be able to fly a real one?
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Male 540
3:30 longer than it needed to be.
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Male 260
I want
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Male 10,338
If these are the tricked out gas engine cars, they also have the same power to weight ratio of the real versions too.

Which means, theoretically, if you can learn to drift one of these, you can do the same thing in a real car almost instantly.
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Male 3,060
that song makes me want a new rebecca black single.
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Male 167
custom made tires made of PVC pipes are supposed to work really well for rc car drifting
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Male 98
I just want this to end with an Initial D splash
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Male 958
Those are these little RC cars I used to have the XMOD cars, there very well made RC cars that are CRAZY costomizable and paintably, different bodies lights anything even traction to suspention engine size ect... I had 2 and broke them both in high speed crashes and plenty of stepping on.
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Male 1,057
"Or maybe tilt-shift that isht."

What? to make toy cars LOOK like toy cars?
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Male 27
@darkgear6 lmao
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Male 152
They`re probably built to scale, weight and all. And those are pretty big.
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Male 904
That was fun. I`d like to have seen more tracking shots and perhaps a light dusting of something on the floor to emulate tire burn. Or maybe tilt-shift that isht.
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Male 15,510
Mini Fast and Furious!
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Male 1,378
that hat hat hat was wa wa wa cool oo oo oo
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Male 1
where can ibuy these? lol
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Male 773
Link: RC Drift: I Bet Vin Diesel Is Behind This [Rate Link] - It`s incredible how these little RC cars have the same movements and motions are full-scale race cars...
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