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Any of the 3 MR2 models are a good start for a MR drift car. I think the NSX is a bit stiff.
I would imagine each car has a different suspension setup as is common when models are launched in foreign markets.
Yea, of course it's a Skyline. 4 Door versions of the Skyline are avaliable across the model range apart from the GT-R (excluding the special 4...
15 year olds are allowed to drive in some countries, like here for example.
Nice 190E, makes a change to see a nice one after all the junkers out there.
Yup, one of my cars is in GT4.
1987 Toyota MR2. Unfortunately they modelled it wrong in the game, the game version has the wrong...
Tried cleaning the disc? Or maybe you've scratched it up.
Except the focus isn't an American car.
For sub-300hp drifting you really can't go wrong with a Silvia or RX7.
That's not drifting though, it's doing skids in the rain in a car with plenty of power - anyone can do that.
Gotta go with Japan or the UK.
Seems people don't understand what a coupe is...
Just as a side note, PD screwed up this car a bit. Firstly it weighs closer to 1000kg than 1120kg, secondly the top speed is 193kph (120mph) - GPS...
So did 88 and some 90's I believe.
Um, nearly every skyline is RWD. GTR's and GTS4's make up a very percentage of Skylines that were produced.
Yea but S12's have pop-ups. You can have more fun with pop-up lights.
I prefer my cars with neutral handling, my car corners like it's on rails but I can still flick the back out should I feel the urge.
Um, yes they made S14's in 1993. The year for the cars is based on their Japanese release. I'm really sick of seeing S14's, they're like the new...
I don't really think so, the AI is crap at braking, it's pretty easy to out-brake the computer without locking up.
I would have thought the NSX would toast a Mustang, oh well.
The gutter thing does work, not sure how much faster you can take a coner doing it though. I've tried it a few times on round-abouts on the way to...