Associated DR10 Hop Up and Tuning
Drag Your Arse Off
I bought my Associated DR10 RTR drag car - was it a mistake? The short answer for me was YES. If you plan on upgrading your DR10 do yourself a favor and buy a rolling chassis. After making my purchase and doing a few hundred runs I was hooked but was not satisfied with the stock car, chassis, body, wheelie bar, or suspension - the DR10d was an entry-level car and I wanted more.
Wait! If you only wish to race stock No Prep Class Drag the DR10 is a fine car to have and compete with in the hobby class. However, if you want to compete in the Eliminator Drag Car class then you will be spending some money on upgrades, it only makes sense to NOT buy an RTR version but a rolling chassis.