Hobbyking Blaze DFR 1/10 Scale Drift Chassis

The Blaze DFR is a 1/10th scale pre-built roller that's perfect for sport and competition drifting. Just add your own electronics and paint the included GTR style polycarbonate body.

Hobbyking Blaze DFR 1/10 Scale Drift Chassis

A Fully-Built Drift Roller, Ready For Your Electronics

The Blaze DFR 1/10th Drift car is an all carbon fiber constructed competition ready, drift roller chassis with a host of features you would expect to find on a big name brand such as carbon fiber shock towers, a rear gear diff, low profile high precision ball joints, fully ball raced steering mechanism, CNC machined T6 drive shafts, aluminum shock absorbers and 2.5mm thick red colored carbon fiber main chassis plate and upper deck. The red colored carbon fiber chassis and upper deck adds a little bling to the overall look of the DFR.

The geometry on the DFR is designed for top-level on-road drift racing and includes adjustable ride height and droop, camber, toe and roll centers, steering throw and Ackerman as standard out of the box with a huge range of option parts available to set the rear toe, chassis stiffness and body roll. The DFR drift car is designed to let the rear go, all you have to do is have the skills to keep it on course...sideways.

It's the attention to detail that stands this car apart from others in its class, from the chassis cut out to allow the motor to be mounted as close to the ground as possible, to the CVD's front and rear to the extra-long body mounting arms on the rear that help keep the body as rigid as possible this is an all-around race-bred kit.

The chassis arrives pre-assembled so select your own electronics package and pinion, paint your bodyshell and you're ready to race. Eventually, you will want to start fine tuning your chassis with SHOCK OILS and SET UP & TUNING EQUIPMENT, we've got you covered and at prices that can't be beaten.


  • Pre-assembled colored carbon fiber drift car rolling chassis
  • Coloured carbon fiber double deck structure
  • Aluminum adjustable oil filled shocks
  • Adjustable ride height and droop, camber, toe and roll centers
  • Fully ball raced steering system
  • Oil filled rear gear diff
  • Pre-glued 60.6 x 26mm hard slick tires and 6 spoke wheels
  • Belt drive 4WD layout
  • High Tensile steel Hex screws throughout
  • GTR Style unpainted body shell included

Last edited by Matt Gunn; Feb 06, 2018 at 09:26 AM..
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Feb 07, 2018, 08:38 AM
Did I make the A Main?
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Is it me or does this look more like a traditional touring chassis layout?

I have to wonder if this is a copy/compatible design with a discontinued platform in similar fashion to how the Mission-D was compatible with the discontinued Yokomo DRB.
Aug 30, 2018, 02:38 PM
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I have to wonder if Hobbyking is ever going to list all the front end parts for this?
ie, 123604 Upright holders, 121179 steering block.. for instance, aren't even listed.
Any Ideas as to alternatives?....
Jan 24, 2019, 12:37 PM
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Dfr front one way axle trouble

I bought the blaze dfr and it came with a stripped out one way bearing that spins freely inside of the axle I have talked to the support team and they have no specifics of parts and replacement the manual comes with a section with replacement parts and upgraded part with parts number but hobby king cant find any of them what can I do

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