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Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by nos2, Dec 31, 2005.
Thats IRL not GT4
I have it set at 100/-50. The first part is how much weight, the second is location. When I changed it, I moved the little meter to the left, until it was at -50. So, I guess thats the "front" of the car. If not, oh well, it worked for me. I just had to get used to it, and it works great. I'm very happy with it.
Thank you for that.
Haha, I set it to the right and it seemed to work fine.
No problem man. I enjoyed the way it handled with a little bit more power//all upgrades. xD
1988 Honda Accord Coupe. (Either Used car lot 1 or Historic car lot, not sure which anymore)
sports racing chip
Tires: F: N3 R: N1
triple plate clutch
Spring rate: 8.4/4.0
Aids: Tcs: 4
Asm over: 0
Asm under: 0
This FF car is a dream to drift. Just lift off while your turning, and the tail end comes right out. Get back on the throttle, and it slowly straightens itself out again. I don't recommend adding any more power mods, because it seems to create snap-back when you do that. If you are using this as your first driftign car, good luck if you decide to switch to a FR car, because it acts totally different.
anyone got a good setup for the prius yet?
Now that is the only evidence for a drifting FWD. He is able to sustain the drift for a large amount of time, therefore, he is drifting.
never mind, i got a good video for drifting... i'll send it to bergauk sometime when i get a chance to upload it.