GT4 drift setups

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by Snowboard_kid, Jul 24, 2009.

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  1. bin0

    bin0

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    GT4 Drift settings
    Post all of your favorite GT4 drift settings, any type of car will do.PLEASE POST
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    also subscribe(if you want)
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    Please make your own setups. Don't get them from other drift setup Threads.
    I will post my own drift settings too.
    You can also post pics and videos of you drifting. (preferably videos)
    So... that's it just remember don't get other setups from other threads
     
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  2. bin0

    bin0

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    Toyota celica 1600 GT '70-Snowboard_kid
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    Toyota celica 1600 GT '70
    Racing exhaust
    Racing chip
    NA Tuning stage3
    N2:front N1:back(tires)
    Racing brakes
    brake controller
    Racing suspension
    Full Customize transmission
    clutch: Triple plate
    Racing flywheel
    Carbon driveshaft
    2-way LSD
    .......................
    Settings:

    spring rate 2.1/3.5
    bound 8/8
    rebound 8/8
    ride height 102/102
    camber 2.0/1.5
    Toe 0/4
    stabilizers 5/5
    Trans. Autoset: 10
    brakes 13/7
     
    Last edited: Jul 25, 2009
  3. bin0

    bin0

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    Isuzu Piazza XE-Snowboard_kid
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    racing exhaust
    racing chip
    N1 tires
    stage3 turbine kit
    racing brakes
    brake controller
    racing suspension
    Clutch
    Triple plate
    racing flywheel
    carbon drive shaft
    2
    -way LSD
    ...................

    Settings:

    spring rate5.5/8.0
    ride height
    102/102
    camber
    3.0/2.5
    Toe
    0/4
    stabilizers
    5/5
    Brakes
    23/1
    Driving aids off
     
  4. Delphic Reason

    Delphic Reason Staff Emeritus

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    How on Earth did you manage to miss the identical thread to which you have posted? No need for two of the same threads. If you wish to post settings, please do it in the appropriate thread.





    ;)
     
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