Mini-Z AWD, Drifting and the Rigid Axle
I just today got a Mini-Z AWD (MA-020S) with drift tires. Fun but due to me not knowing much about drifting, the car spins around more than I like. Adding the gyro helps a lot.
Now the question:
There is a one way axles for the front and rigid axle available.
I understand their purpose and they are supposed to make a drifting car more controllable, but I wonder if the gyro does not suffice.
If you are not allowed to use a gyro, then those axles make sense.
Or am I missing something?
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