Watch this video of rc car drifting! Ever wonder to yourself how these people
can drive their rc cars so crazy? See for youself. They drive super smooth. It's
feels like the way they drift their cars, it feels as smooth as butter.
Unbelievable right? Not anymore! With Exceed RC's new GD4 Drift Pro Gyro, you
can also do the same! Easy to install. Almost plug and play. Just mount it on
your car likethis(see
picture). Totally whole new experience! You'll be drifting like a super
star in no time! Imagine going to the race track and everyone will be like "WHO
IS THIS SUPER STAR?" That's you there man! Get the GD4 from Exceed RC and you
won't regret a single day in life anymore!
What our tech guy says:
The Drift GD4 gyro assist is a nifty device that assists you in driving and
getting the perfect drift angles around turns with drift cars.
With offroad vehicles, the drift gyro system helps you drive faster as it keeps
the vehicle running smooth through obstacles such as rough holes or inconsistent
terrain. Hitting dips at an angle would pull the car away from its intended path
and a late counter steer steering input would have you counter steering all over
the place and spinning out when you initially just wanted to go straight. With
the assistance from the gyro, The steering automatically counter steers
calculating your angle attempting to keep you going straight.
This is how you install it:(As
you get better remove it and improve your driving skills!)
Remove the steering servo plug from channel 1 from your reciever box.
Plug that steering servo into the gyro box.
Plug the gyro box into your reciever (channel 1)
Center your ST TRIM or adjust it so that the front wheels are tracking straight
Mount the gyro so that it is sitting upright. Kind of like this guys car
I like to mount it on the center chassis plate on the center of the car. It
protects the device from crashes like when you smack into a curb.Test
the device by shaking the tail end of your truck left and right. You should be
able to see the wheels counter steering. If it doesnt, you plugged something up
wrong or mounted the device incorrectly.