Keiichi Tsuchiya's (Drift King) Drift Bible - English Translated

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by clanegie, May 21, 2007.

  1. clanegie

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    Well.... I'm not very sure if this video was ever posted in GTPlanet, but I did try searching and wasn't able to find any post with this video.

    Here's the video of Keiichi Tsuchiya (Drift King) giving a lesson on what the hell is drifting all about. He teaches 6 basic techniques in his lesson which I felt that it adds quite a bit of knowledge for new drifters. I choose to add this thread not in the video section as I felt this is more on knowledge whereas I felt the video section is more on showcasing each drifters potential. Hope all of you can enjoy as much as i did.

    Enjoy...

    http://www.dailymotion.com/videos/relevance/search/keiichi+drift+bible/1
     
  2. Perfect Balance

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    I've never seen a translated version, so thanks.
     
  3. DFR RX-7

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    finally, an english version.
    thankyou so much.
     
  4. whoopyskyline

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    yaa i know the english version and it helped me alot with my dfp

    great link for all the drifters
    :D
     
  5. Suzuki

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    wow, you guys must not have searched too hard to it. ive had a translated version since 04.
     
  6. Christhedude

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    if you had it for that long, why didnt you eve post it :) :tup:
     
  7. Martal39

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    There's an English version on google videos.
    Dunno what you guys been doing ...
     
  8. nk4e

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    There is translated version on Youtube and I owned the DVD since 2004
     
  9. clanegie

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    Guys, are all the techniques demostrated by Keiichi applicable in GT4?

    Anyone know what is he referring to when he quoted "Dynamic drifting"?
     
  10. Ske

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    Been a while since I saw it, but I think dynamic drifting basically means anything utilizing weight shifting. Brake drift, feint and lift-off would be dynamic whereas power over and e-brake is not.
     
  11. clanegie

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    Yeah.... That makes more sense to it now. It would most probably be what you had mention Ske..

    But somehow, the way he drives is like so much different to it on GT4. It would be fantastic if GT5 can support the H-gears and implement clutch just like real life, with engine stalling when you mishandled them. That would be so GREAT!!!
     
  12. Martal39

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    From what i took away from it, i would say dynamic drifting is just speed drifting using feint.
     
  13. Azuremen

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    Dynamic is just using lift off over steer, nothing else.

    And I've had this since 04 as well...
     
  14. Martal39

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    What exactly is lift-off?
    Is it literally lifting off your foot from the pedal when turning?
     
  15. Azuremen

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    Just lift off the gas some while you turn the car. At higher speeds, or near the limits of the car, it will almost always result in understeer. Especially if a thick rear sway bar is on.
     
  16. Suzuki

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    lift off is just lifting off the gas pedal, yes.
    but it only works with cars that are neutral or have a slight oversteer to them at/near their limits.
    go take a stock nsxr on n1 and go grip tsukubas sweeper. halfway through the corner lift off the gas completely. what happens?
    thats right, you oversteer, thats all it is.
     
  17. Azuremen

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    In real life its a bit different. Most any car can be made to oversteer with this method, as long as enough speed is being carried.

    And just use an MR2 or any other MR car... they will all do it.
     
  18. HackiRoku

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    exactly, you can call this weight transition too
     
  19. DG5 DRIFTER

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    this been out for awhile hope you guys know that.I owned this dvd when it first came out in japan and the states.