Published on May 11th, 2012 | by DriftMission.com Staff1
Team Tetsujin Practice Kerbs Review
Summary: So if you're in the market for RC track material, be sure to consider the Team Tetsujin Kerb System. These curbs will give you that extra feeling of real 1:1 drifting, we challenge you to find something that even comes close to these.
Team Tetsujin Kerbs System has been a very popular item with RC Drift circuits. DriftMission has developed a partnership with Team Tetsujin to bring their products to the International Marketplace. Team Tetsujin has made new packages of the Kerbs system available. These are outlined after the jump along with an order form to get your set today! If you spend more than 15,000YEN with Team Tetsujin you will be eligible for the DriftMission.com exclusive 10% off discount. Stay tuned to driftmission.com we will be bringing you more Team Tetsujin products along with reviews soon. These course markers that are made from high quality plastic, now your track can have that real life feel. Many people have been waiting for something like this to come out, as most other competitors products have been pale in comparison.
This curbing is superior and is made out of high quality plastic and will not throw your drift completely out of balance. This product is the best tracking marking material we have ever seen, and is made for easy handling of your rides. Even after using these Kerbs for a week they have held up amazingly well, tire marks occur which adds to the realism! If you don’t like tire marks you can always rub them off with a damp towel. It is recommended to buy the power tape from Team Tetsujin to hold the Kerbs down to the floor.
Team Tetsujin has been providing high quality plastic products to the Japanese market for a long time. The time and attention to detail is shown in the overall quality of their products. There were absolutely no burrs or blemishes on the curbbing, everything was as you would expect for a realistic looking curb. We have tried many different track materials in the past including cardboard, plastic blinds, styrene. This is by far the best material you could ever use to create a realistic looking track. The Tetsujin Kerbs come in a variety of shapes to accomodate twists and turns in the track. So depending on your track layout you will need to reference the Tetsujin Kerbs Chart below to determine how many is required for your application.
Ever since we saw the first pictures of the Kerbs we have been waiting for the day we would have some to try for ourselves. These practice Kerbs are excellent for RC drifting, it provides a distinct circle to practice around. As you can see in our video below you won’t have to worry about your car getting stuck on the Kerb itself. These have been designed by RC drifters for RC drifters, and are sold for 2,800 YEN or roughly $35USD. You can also get straight grey Kerbs for practice for 3,500 YEN. We have probably spent close to $50 on various track materials, save yourself the trouble and pick up some Team Tetsujin Kerbs for the best curbbing you can find.
So if you’re in the market for RC track material, be sure to consider the Team Tetsujin Kerb System. These curbs will give you that extra feeling of real 1:1 drifting, we challenge you to find something that even comes close to these. With a true solution for RC tracks we finally can build RC tracks right, and these will not ruin your drift as you run up onto them. The video shown below shows you well these stand up to RC drifting, as expected this is another excellent product from Team Tetsujin. You can really see the attention to detail with this product, leave us a comment below if you have any questions!
Remember if you spend more than 15,000YEN with Team Tetsujin, as a DriftMission visitor you will receive a 10% discount on your order.