Honda Odyssey question.

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by GT4_drifter7, Apr 25, 2007.

  1. GT4_drifter7

    GT4_drifter7

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    i have a question about how the odyssey drifts. is it supposed to drift slow and really controlled(how mine drifts)? or is it just my settings/my drifting?its like i go into a turn at 100+ and i hit the e-brake and it slows dow to like 70 but the tires still arent spinning so i have to keep holding it.by that time its at like 30-40 and it drifts really boring and controlled. i t has 364(i think)hp with N1 and 200 pounds all the way in the back.any tips?
     
  2. TuneRVisioN

    TuneRVisioN (Banned)

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    Put the rear camber angle at 10.
     
  3. Mind SV

    Mind SV Premium

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    Well that should get the tyres spinning but i doubt it will be contollable.
     
  4. GT4_drifter7

    GT4_drifter7

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    i have it at 5 already... mabey if i put just a little bit more(7-8) it will give me a drift.
     
  5. BLITZ_69

    BLITZ_69

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    Maybe try not using so much e-brack and more reg. brack and then faint...just a sugestion.

    Good luck in your drifting:sly: :cheers:
     
  6. GT4_drifter7

    GT4_drifter7

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    i try faint but it doesnt work soon enough( i have to do it really early. but if i do it too early it hits the wall befor the turn).
     
  7. sucahyo

    sucahyo

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    use positive rear toe and reduce front spring rate to compensate.