DRIFT44 Mr's GYMKHANA (section1)

Mr's GYMKHANA(version3.0)『section 1』 *基本的な技による、ジムカーナ (This gymkhana's contents is made by basic SKILL) chassis= drift package (basic) differential gear= front one way & FCD 2.0 gear= spur gear 84 & (SPICE) Carbon Steel pinion gear 18 motor= yokomo brushless 13.5T wheel & tire= (SPICE) VOLK Racing TE37SL - offset 5mm & (SPICE) Type75RS4R - polycarbonate oil= 300 music by O-HIMEN 「Theme of Mr.soldier」(permission=OK)

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