sakura s and D3

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sakura s and D3

Postby drifter_0089 » Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:56 am

hey fellas looking to start with csing and can pick up a sakura S Very question is do they D3 parts fit the S? and if not can i cs the S? cheers drifter

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Re: sakura s and D3

Postby ToraKitsune » Tue Apr 30, 2013 9:24 am

Two different motor configs. I don't think some parts fit.
Then there's also the complexity and quality issues. While the D3 looks interesting, I read mostly bad things about it. The S, not so much. Yes, the S can be, like most all on-road chassis, be CS'ed.

Maybe someone has a parts list for the procedure? :)

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Re: sakura s and D3

Postby eunique » Thu May 02, 2013 9:41 pm

Yes...Zero S can be used to drift 50/50 and even converted to CS. I have both chassis and both CS. But c Inverting Zero S to CS isnt as straight forward... but can be done. I do like my D3 a lot and prefer driving that...although now, my D3 is fully hopped up...and is pretty much like the top end chassis out there except cheaper price. The D3 is a purpose built drift chassis...I think its better in the long run if you want to CS drift

Im basing my comments on both chassis from experience since I have both.

HEre is my post on driftmission on my Zero S CS. ... ra-zero-cs
Sakura D3 CS
Sakura Zero CS (yes, 1.74 CS)

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