The Toyota RC Drifting Cars LDRC 1801
We have recently acquired some exciting drift cars, specifically the Toyota RC Drifting Cars LDRC 1801 in a 1:18 scale. These rear-wheel-drive drift cars are highly impressive and we have two of them in our collection. Let’s take a closer look at what these cars have to offer.
Features and Accessories
When you purchase one of these cars, you also receive a variety of additional parts and accessories to enhance your drifting experience. These include mirrors, windshield wipers, and rubber tires. These accessories allow you to customize and modify your car to suit your preferences.
Impressive Lighting System
The most captivating aspect of these Toyota RC Drifting Cars is the functioning lights. Not only do these cars have working headlights, but they also have popup lights, which take the experience to the next level. The remote control allows you to control the lights, making them an exciting feature to showcase.
Control and Customization Options
The remote control for these drift cars offers an array of control options. One of the controls is dedicated to the lights, allowing you to turn them on or off at your convenience. Another control adjusts the sensitivity of the gyro, giving you the ability to fine-tune the drifting performance. Lastly, the top control adjusts the speed of the car, giving you the freedom to choose between high-speed or low-speed drifting.
Testing and Comparison
We decided to put these drift cars to the test and compare their performance. After trying both the Toyota AE86 and the Mazda RX7, we found that the Toyota AE86 was much easier to drift. The seamless control and maneuverability of the Toyota made it a joy to drift around corners and perform impressive drift moves.
Recreating Tokyo Drift
In a nod to the famous movie Tokyo Drift, we decided to recreate a scene. We drifted around an obstacle while performing a stylish drift move. This showcased the capabilities of the Toyota RC Drifting Car LDRC 1801, leaving us in awe of its performance.
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The Comparison: Maza vs Toyota
When it comes to drifting in RC cars, the Maza and Toyota offer different experiences. One noticeable difference is the gyro, which returns to zero much quicker in the Maza compared to the Toyota. This makes drifting a bit harder in the Toyota, as it takes longer for the car to stabilize. On the other hand, the Maza is easier to drift due to its quicker gyro response.
But here’s the catch – it takes time to get used to each car’s drifting style. Once you become accustomed to one car, switching to the other can be quite challenging. So, it’s advisable to stick with one car and master its unique drifting characteristics.
The Thrill of Drifting
Let’s talk about the excitement these cars bring. Despite their affordability, the Toyota RC Drifting Cars LDRC 1801 deliver an enjoyable drifting experience. They may not be as smooth and sophisticated as expensive drift CS models, but they offer a whole lot of fun. It’s incredible how these little machines can drift and provide entertainment that outshines their price tag.
A Perfect Fit for Drifting Enthusiasts
If you have some extra space in your living room or anywhere else, these RC drifting cars are a great option. They are perfect for those who want to get into drifting without breaking the bank. Whether you’re a beginner looking to learn the ropes or a seasoned enthusiast seeking some casual drifting fun, the Toyota RC Drifting Cars LDRC 1801 are worth every penny.
Currently, there are two models available – the 01 and the 02. However, there are rumors of upcoming models, the 03 and the 04. This means that Toyota is continuously expanding its range, offering drifting enthusiasts even more options to choose from.
The Toyota RC Drifting Cars LDRC 1801 may not be the most high-end drift CS models out there, but they certainly make drifting accessible and enjoyable to everyone. So if you’re looking to dive into the world of RC drifting and have a blast in the process, these cars are definitely worth considering.