We're expanding the RS4 Sport 3 Drift range with the help of Dai Yoshihara and his awesome Turn 14 Distribution Formula D machine! The 2011 series champion and multiple podium finisher has had his classic Nissan S13 replica in our drift car line-up for some time, and we're extremely proud to have the next car in his fleet, an amazing 1000 brake horsepower Subaru BRZ beast!
The Subaru BRZ body features Dai's official Turn 14 Distribution race livery in its unique blue, black and silver finish - another amazing replica drift car to add to our ever-growing athlete line-up! The Subaru BRZ is a rare sight on the drifting scene, so right out of the box this beauty will be the center of attention! Under the hood, this 1/10th scale Subaru is built on the fan favourite HPI Racing Touring Car chassis, the RS4 Sport 3. With full time shaft driven 4WD, a fully sealed drivetrain, waterproof 2.4 GHz electronics/radio gear, fully independent double wishbone suspension and adjustable oil filled shocks, you'll be ready to shred in any condition.
Completing the car is a set of brand new R5 Wheels inspired by the R.M.K Design R5 Forged Wheels used by Dai himself, each wrapped in super-hard compound Falken Azenis RT615 T-Drift Tires
BRAND NEW R5 WHEELS
We're introducing an awesome new wheel in our 1/10 line up, inspired by the actual R.M.K Design R5 Forged Wheels used by World Champion drifter Dai Yoshihara on his Subaru BRZ drift car. Moulded from durable nylon, these lightweight wheels are tough enough for racing and stylish enough to stand out in any winning line up.
FALKEN AZENIS RT615 T-DRIFT TIRES
Rounding out the package are official replicas of the actual tires that Dai Yoshihara runs on his Subaru BRZ: Falken Azenis RT615 T-Drift Tires are a special hard plastic tire with the fully licensed tread pattern from the popular Falken Azenis RT615 tire. The realistic tread pattern is also a great way to show off your drift machine. The extremely hard compound delivers long life and makes it easy to break traction to get your machine sideways for maximum drift angle as you clip the apex.