Amature Drift Car Setup

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 2' started by Okami, Feb 16, 2002.

  1. Okami

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    I just recently won my new Sileighty, and I just need a little advice for drifting, I would like to know from one of the pro drifters on GT2 if there is anyway of powering up the car to 210hp and still have enough power to drift. Some basic setups would be nice also, I am trying to get used to this car as it will be my drift car till I acctually buy a 240 and do the sileighthy conversion :)
     

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  2. Okami

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    Nissan Sileighty | Drift Car

    Suspension Kit : Fully Costumizable
    Tire/ Frpmt : Normal
    Tire/ Rear : Simulation
    Brakes : Racing
    Brake Controller : Controller
    Gears : Fully Costumizable
    Clutch : Triple
    Driveshaft : Carbon
    Flywheel : Racing
    Perfornamce Chip : Normal
    Port & Polish : Normal
    Engine Blance : Normal
    Displacement: Nomral
    Turbo Kit : Stage 1
    Intercooler : Normal
    Mufler & Air Cleaner : Semi- Racing
    Different Gears : Fully Costumizable
    ASCC : None
    TCSC : None
    Weight Reduction : Stage 3
    Racing Modification : None

    Weight : 2372lb
    Max Power : 250hp
    Max Torque : 235db-ft
     

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  3. FuJi K

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    set ups:

    Spring rate
    front: soft
    rear: harder

    Damper
    front: soft
    rear: harder

    Camber
    front: negative
    rear: zero to positive OR less negative camber

    Stabilizer
    front: lower level
    rear: higher level

    Tires
    front: soft slcik
    rear: normal

    front: Medium slick
    rear: normal/simulation

    front: super soft
    rear: sports


    these are some setups you may want to try out. i'm sure you can get the drift started. :D
     
  4. Okami

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    Thanks alot, I'll try them ASAP tommorow morning.

    By the way, Has anyone here seen Initial D?...
     
  5. takumi64

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    Does this drift setting work on all cars?
     
  6. Joey

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    no.
     
  7. Option2

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    The simulation tires are the absolute worst. Better off with Normal or Medium tires.
     
  8. Option2

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    I don't have my car specs on me at the moment, but if I remember right......

    5.5/6.2
    5/6
    5/5
    Camber 1.6/.9
    Toe -.10/.10
    Stab 3/3

    I forgot......above I said "Normal" tires.....SPORTS tires are the best and easiest/most controllable tires to drift with.

    Soft fronts
    Sports rears.

    Nope this helps.
     
  9. Burnout

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    you .... :mad:
     
  10. takumi64

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    Can a 4WD car drift too?
     
  11. Terbo

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    hey Okami, about your signature....Game Status - Super Licence
    Complete | 98.63%
    Win Ratio | 68.46%


    Mine: Super, 59%,79.8x%
     
  12. Burnout

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    of coarse
     
  13. takumi64

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    Well, the Sileighty is in GT2... Does it mean the OneVia is in GT2 too?
     
  14. Option2

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    Try the Audi S4.......by far the easiest car to drift with.

    Car Setup:
    ......Spring Rate --12.2/14.5
    .....Ride Height -- 104/114
    ...............Bound -- 8/9
    ...........Rebound -- 8/9
    .........Camber -- 1.7/1.0
    ........Toe -- neg.10/pos.10
    ..............Stab -- 3/3

    Brake Controller 24/24

    ------LSD------
    Front / Rear
    6 / 9
    30 / 36
    11 / 16

    Upgrade everything to "Racing Spec" (no Racing Modification, however)....Stage 3 weight reduction, Stage 4 turbo, Racing exhaust & innercooler, ECU, p&p, engine balancing...ect...ect

    Run Super Soft tires up front, and the Sports tires in back.

    Take it to Laguna Seca (the 4WD race), turn in a little late in the corners,...downshift once or twice... shoot the nose towards the apex...stomp the gas in 2nd gear....keep the front tires pointed the direction you wish to do.......and WHEWWHOOHOO!........you're drifting!

    -----Those of you who drive with the Auto Tranny may have a hard time drifting well.....as you'll need to be able to control the gearbox to it doesn't decideto upshift in the middle of a drift....thus, dropping the revs/power and ending the drift.
     
  15. takumi64

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    Is the Nissan OneVia in GT2?
     
  16. Terbo

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    negatory
     
  17. GTO_VR4

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    LMAO!!!!!!!!!

    /me points and laughs in Option2's face
     
  18. Option2

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    *shrugs*






    *wonders why*






    *realizes he doesn't care*


    :rolleyes:
     
  19. takumi64

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    Stick with sports tires... They have good grip and they're good for drifting...
     
  20. Pupik

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    There is no OneVia in the game. GT2 tricked you, and it wasn't fair. Those goofballs at Polyphony...
     
  21. askia47

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    why would they do it..? :cry:
     
  22. takumi64

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    Yeah, even Polyphony Didgtal has its share of faults... Like the low number of cars in GT3...

    Oh, well. I guess I'll stick with my Sileighty for now...
     
  23. GTO_VR4

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    With sim tires on, you can hold drifts a lot longer than with any other tires...
     
  24. Option2

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    Sim tires are more uncontrollable than Sports tires. Once the tires have broken traction, holding a drift is a matter of throttle manipulation.
     
  25. GTO_VR4

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    But after your tires lose traction, its all about the tires..thats when sim tires jump in and hold it in longer..
     
  26. Dj Def

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    sileighty and s4 are good drifty cars.....i have the s4 and sil s80, but the s80 dusnt get lotsa use from me
     
  27. Dj Def

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    sim tires are good for drifting in my opinion, they seem to slip a lil more, plus seem to hold a drift longer
     
  28. Option2

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    I've drifted every car in the game...... S4 is the KING. The 4 Door Nismo GT-4 is a distant 2nd.
     
  29. Dj Def

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    what are the settings for an S4 to drift?
     
  30. GTO_VR4

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    exactly :O