Drifting

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by Omega.Machine, May 11, 2009.

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  1. Omega.Machine

    Omega.Machine

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    yo to all

    i am new on this forum cuz i'm hopeless to learn how to drift on GT4 At PS2
    i have try a lot off thing like change settings of my car
    but i don't really get it so if someone just can enplane it to how to do it i will be more the happy to konw but i'm trying to drift whit all cars but the best car i think is dodge viper for to drift

    if someone can help to drift whit dodge viper and all other cars

    plz help me i'm hopeless ;)

    see ya
    :sly:
     
  2. Delphic Reason

    Delphic Reason Staff Emeritus

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    At the top of the GT4 Drifting Forum, there are stickies that answer your questions. This one in particular should be of interest to you:

    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/showthread.php?t=55757

    However, to be honest, there are no shortcuts. GT4 is the most difficult game in the series when it comes to drifting. It will take a lot of seat time to get a feel for it. The best advice I can give you is to start with a mid to low power stock RWD car like an S15 Silvia, RX7, etc... Stay away from the high powered cars until you get a hang of the basic drifting techniques.



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  3. Omega.Machine

    Omega.Machine

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    but how do you drift
    which buttom do you press
     
  4. dennisw

    dennisw

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    You are dutch... me to, maybe i can help you,
    It is best to start in a low powered car, like an s13 or a ae86 etc.

    You must turn the aids off, or else it wont drift, you need (wth low powered) n1 tyres, that are the economy tyres.

    just ask a question on my page for help!
     
  5. Delphic Reason

    Delphic Reason Staff Emeritus

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    If you would have looked at the link I posted, all your questions would be answered.

    Other than that, there are numerous threads on this forum helping people learn to drift.

    A little searching yields great results.



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