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Discussion in 'GT5 Drifting Videos' started by monsterGAUZ, Feb 14, 2011.
Easy to build lol
EDIT: new video!!!!
What was the car with the 2jz?
I find that the 2JZ is one of the best sounding engines in the game. I love it in my GS300.
I honestly have not a clue why the mk3 is premium and the mk4 isnt!
Isn't the MK4 supra a 1JZ or are there different models.
Mk4 is a 2jz and a mk3 was a 1jz
the premium MK3 has a 7M-GTE! later models (2.5 twin turbo) had the 1jz. The Mk4 and some other toyota and lexus models like the GS300/Aristo have the 2jz
were did you get the car sound from
I'm sooo jealous of your set-up Nice videos aswell man
Btw. i got the sound from this video
wut did u use to put the soud in the video?
nice man !
I took the video as a mp3 and used Windows Movie Maker to put it in my driving video. It's really easy but alot of fun
Forgot to change title
I need a link to watch it ! Is it on our channel ?
No its on his. If your on phone, turn on signatures and there's a link to his channel.
new video with the new wheel
I want one now >.>... damn you Lukas, you're one hell of a salesman
New Video 1/21/12
Check video on top of first post
Hows the OMP setup feel? Have you lost any FFB power since the wheel rim is a larger diameter? Reason I ask is because an old friend of mine has a g25 and some nasty blue paint got spilt on it and he wanted me to ask someone that has done a chillicoke conversion, so, here I am! lol
In the beginiing you will feel a strong loss of FFB. After some days of practice and getting used to it it's all fine. It feels great to me now and it's much for fun with a real wheel
Is the countersteering itself slower than before?
I would bet that it is faster because there is a larger diamater rim but the actuall center point would be spinning at the same rate as with the stock wheel. With the extra 5 inches or so, there is more speed at the furthest most point. Make sense? It is quite hard to explain but thats how it works. Think of a wind mill the center turns very slow but at the tip of the blade it could be doing 100+ mph.
lol man you didnt get the point of his question ... he's asking if the larger and heavier wheel has made the motors unable to turn as fast as with the original wheel
Sorry but he did get the question
But he took it too scientifically. From full left to full right, is it slower/faster and by how much?