Drifting Tuning Racing (10)

1 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-07 09:23 ID:fkZr3KnW

I live in a country where people arn't really into drifting and tuning much. So I would be glad to hear from anyone who likes this sport. And could anyone please help me find a place to chat with japanese drifters?! ^^

2 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-07 11:08 ID:wqer52Q1

I personally dont even have a car. But i think tuned cars can look really great. Just yesterday i've seen some VW Golf that could easily fit into those tuning magazines. I often see cars like that... maybe because i live in a bigger city (1m+).
Anyway, cant help you with the jpn guys :P

3 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-07 17:16 ID:fkZr3KnW

Hm... All show and no go isn't my style :/
Performance tuning that what it's all about \m/(-.-)\m/

4 Name: Anonymous Enthusiast : 2006-09-20 05:16 ID:zqMH+kLW

I'm all about oversteer and driving sideways. I prefer rally tours over drifting contests.

5 Name: moonwalker : 2006-10-22 09:30 ID:h8tCYThS

you could try checking out www.club4ag.com.

6 Name: JNV : 2006-10-23 06:20 ID:rnDsYsUQ

You could try buying Best Motoring Videoes. I'm not trying to advertise for them or anything but since you are interested in drifting, they have a video call Drift Bible. It features the the drift king Keiichi Tsuchiya, that teaches you the basic of drifting. It has a few basic simple tunning concept to get you started. Start from there and see what you might need next. Hope this helps a bit. As for the Japanese or higher performance tunning can't help you much in that area.

7 Name: black chrome : 2006-11-17 02:07 ID:h8ablVks

can any1 teach me how to drift my 2005 celica? it is a fwd

8 Name: D 4eva : 2006-11-17 02:25 ID:MP7tsJXu

Celica ... most are good looking cars, but I heard they are crap for drifting and stuff. What's a fwd? Do you mean FF or is your car an FR? I don't have a car nor do I drive but I love Initial D. But isn't drifting really just about losing traction at the rear of the car as you turn? I read on a few sites that there are many ways to do that. Google and check those sites out.

9 Name: 95civicdxxx : 2006-11-26 08:49 ID:V5238A6A

drifting in a FWD, hmm there's a few ways you can drift. In my opinion you cant. I dont suggest you do it in your Celica, especially if you haven't stiffen the frame. Simply, if you want to drift, drive a Rear Wheel Drive car. and if you want to learn to do it like the professionals, read. read, read, and then read some more. you can never learn to much. Search for forums in your subject material on the web and in books. google.com metacrawler.com yahoo.com wikipedia.com its all out there enjoy

10 Name: DRFT UNIT'Z : 2007-01-04 21:57 ID:fDI/ZWrI

Check this:
I don't drift in my dodge neon, it's FWD btw, but I do Ass-drag(E-brake) my neon around corners at 65mph.
My brake drift somewhat works if i'm gogin fast enough, but i still pull the e-brake to help me get sideways.
Watch some JDM option or JDM insider, or any other performace tuning videos. It'll really help you.

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