✵ Club 4A-G ☆ Keep Drifting Fun ✵

Discussion in 'GT6 Drift Teams & Meets' started by daikokuten, Apr 24, 2015.

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Would anyone be interested in participating in an event like this and how often?

Poll closed May 1, 2015.
  1. Yes, and once a week.

    33.3%
  2. Yes, but only every 2 weeks.

    58.3%
  3. No, never.

    8.3%
  1. daikokuten

    daikokuten

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    WELCOME~!


    Hello! I am thinking of starting a group for purely Corolla/AE86 drivers in GT6, which would hold an Matsuri esque event every so often, with a good vibe to it, just for fun with no competition aspect to it at all. Just a group of enthusiasts driving their cars to their extent. :cheers:

    Rules & Requirements:

    Vehicle: 1983 Toyota Corolla Hatch (Sprinter/Levin) [NO SHIGENO]

    Power Cap: 250bhp/???ft-lbs

    Tires: CH

    Nitrous: Banned

    No trashtalking, and keep swearing to a minimum.


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    Schedule:

    Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 @ 3:00pm EST

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    Current Members:

    asphalt-savage

    MCR-Streets

    MCR-Sprag

    RSM-Dub

    RSM-Yoshh

    RSM-ShiroJP


    JDM_Tuning_RS13

    diegomfochoa


    Shikari_San

    FN_Costa




    {PM me on GTP or PSN for request of membership}
     
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  2. Streeto

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    Yo! It's MCR-Streets, I'd be up for this totally but I would say every 2 weeks.

    :tup: :D
     
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  3. e_dub64

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    Low HP action? Count me in, this'll be a good change of pace for me.
     
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  4. JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

    JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

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    Count me in as well, every two weeks sounds good.
     
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  5. diegomfochoa

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    Im down for this
     
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  6. Streeto

    Streeto

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    Yo, you should make a memberlist on the OP @daikokuten so we know who's actually on it.

    Also man, you gonna start a club on GT Community? (Not sure if it's glitchy or not atm...)
     
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  7. tori

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    Once, if not twice a week. :D
     
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  8. daikokuten

    daikokuten

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    In the process of making a members list, and i might make a club on GT as well. shoot me a message on GTP or PSN to confirm yourself as a member.
     
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  9. Shikari

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    Spoke to you in a lobby the other day, sign me up! Shikari_San
     
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  10. DriftShiro

    DriftShiro

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    Definitely into this idea :D Bought a Levin yesterday. Naturally Aspirated. Feels great and it's not shy to get angle or speed. I am starting to enjoy lower horse powered cars more than anything else in the game. I don't pass 350 in any of my cars except the chaser. It's just a bit too heavy. Anyways: RSM-ShiroJP
     
  11. diegomfochoa

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    cant wait for this...been retuning my levin for the past couple nights and its starting to feel lovely lol
     
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  12. Streeto

    Streeto

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    When you gonna announce the first meet up? :D
     
  13. daikokuten

    daikokuten

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    Speaking of that... I have decided that the first event will be held on Sunday, May 3rd, 2015 at 1:00PM EST.:lol: It would be a very good idea for everyone in the club to send me a friend request on PSN prior to that day so I can add you to the GT Club as well! I was thinking about holding it on Saturday but i have Karting that day so it wouldn't be possible.
     
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  14. Streeto

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    I'll be there! (probably)
     
  15. diegomfochoa

    diegomfochoa

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    sundays work best for most people i would think

    ah just realized theres a hp cap and im like 30 over lol
     
  16. Streeto

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    I'm 255, why don't we just call it "around" 250 :lol:
     
  17. JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

    JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

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    Any chance of allowing us to use comfort soft tyres ?

    The AE's are just way too slow on comfort hards and it feels horrid with a wheel.
     
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  18. Streeto

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    I can keep up with most people on CH in the corolla, if you put on CS for a car so under-powered you'll pretty much just be racing (I race 450pp CS so I know haha). If you want to tandem just use CH and sort out your setup.

    If he allows CS then whatever but you better not ram into me...:lol:
     
  19. DriftShiro

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    Mine is at 257HP I think it's safe to say the HP limit shouldn't really be too strict. Either way if I am not mistaking, the hachi reach 290 (?)
    And the car feels great. And I am on a wheel. With a soft suspension it feels like heaven. We are gonna be among other Hachis. No ZR1 or Supras to have to keep up with. CMs seem better, CS are jusy pushing it a little too much.

    Looking forward for Sunday :) :
     
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  20. JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

    JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

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    I've used ch's on it all the time and tuned it for the most grip possible, it's just still too slow for what I feel the AE's should drift at, they're meant to be quick and agile.

    I found that whilst using comfort softs, I'm really not going much faster than comfort hards, it also allows you to keep your foot planted to the floor like you should do in a low hp car.

    The amount of feathering I have to do on comfort hards even with a really grippy setup is ridiculous.

    Edit: 'Just a group of enthusiasts driving their cars to their extent.'

    It's a matsuri event also, so no competition. Just fun and pushing your car to the limit.
     
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  21. DriftShiro

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    Lower your HP
     
  22. JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

    JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

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    On comfort hards I use, 170hp...
     
  23. DriftShiro

    DriftShiro

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    Add weight (keep same weight or stage 1/2. Depends if you like to add weight to the rear of your car.)
     
  24. JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

    JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

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    I don't need a lesson on tuning.

    I just really don't understand how much people are against someone using comfort softs because they want a much more realistic speed and overall grip based on the car we're using.

    I'm not some random who joins a room with grippier tyres and just rams everyone in sight because they're going slower than me.

    I know how to tandem with people on a lower grade tyre.
     
  25. Streeto

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    I can still enter stowe @ 95mph on CH/250hp so...

    I'm nearly always flooring it due to the low power.

    I ain't against you using CS, go sick mate, but I just can't imagine it will be fun trying to stay behind the CH users just because you feel CS are "much more realistic".

    We've been over this before, there's no way to define which generic GT compound is most realistic, because obviously; In real life people use wide varieties of rubber with different amounts of wear and tire pressures etc. etc.

    I've seen IRL videos of people drifting "slow" which looks like it would be close or even slower than what we call "CH".

    It's all just opinionated "facts"...

    See you guys Sunday! :D :tup:
     
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  26. DriftShiro

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    Well atleast I am trying to help you instead of telling you to :censored: with your grippiers. I am not against it but I also see it unnecessary. Well I am sure you can tandem well in CH aswell then. If not I guess the host can make an exception if you need it that bad. :) :tup:
     
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  27. DriftShiro

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    What about meeting half way? Mediums seem more reasonable.

    -.- I hate when I press the 'reply' instead of edit. My bad there.
     
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  28. Streeto

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    @daikokuten can you add MCR-Sprag to the list? He can't get on GTP at the moment but would like to join in! :)
     
  29. JDM_Tuning_S3OZ

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    I don't need them that bad, but it helps as my style with low hp cars is a lot more aggressive than most people.

    Unnecessary doesn't really make sense either, it's a matsuri event in which tyre regulations are normally pretty much non existent, there's no competing so that rules out me looking to gain an advantage over anyone.
     
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  30. daikokuten

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    I just realized that i have to do community hours on sunday, so i will have to push the event back a few hours till 3-4pm. Is that okay with everyone?