Mastering Tskuba Raceway

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by Picc84, Apr 28, 2007.

  1. Picc84

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    Ok, I'm learning (dedicated) how to drift now... I'm riding an Amuse S2000 (the modified one). And I'm doing good. However I'm having some trouble.

    First I'd like to say that My suspension, etc is all tuned about as the FR Drift Guide tells me. I played for a bit and found something that works for me...
    Anyways! The Big Turn... The huge one... Yea, I get that great almost every time now. But i'm having trouble getting through the 2 other hairpins (the outside ones) and combining all 3 inside turns... sorry for horrible explanation.

    Any more information you'd want i'd be happy to give, including Pictures/(eh...)video.

    Thank You,
    -Picc
     
  2. tsukuba_drifta

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    hi

    i can give u some info on the 3 inside corners if its the corners after the finish line...anyway when u come out of the first corner stick to the side (the finish line side) and drift so that your front left wheel clips the riple strip and then try to drift in the middle of the track though the next corner and pending on skill you should be able to drift the next corner i should be able to put some pics up or just a quick vid:tup:

    :cheers:
     
  3. Picc84

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    A video would be nice...

    I'm having trouble beacause I do them turns in 3ed... and the haripen is to sharp for 3d... and I use DS2... and I suck at any type of drifting but Faint...
     
  4. Eternal_Ronin

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    The Amuse S2000... is that the Street Modified version or the R1... both cars are world's appart... the R1 I find too stable, even with N2 tires... I'll give the track a shot and post some help soon
     
  5. Picc84

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    I use the R1... I figured the power would help me, it seems like it does...
     
  6. AOS-

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    Do a really big strong braking feint Drift. I learned that in D1 Grand Prix Professional Series, it's the stupidest racing game i've ever palyed in my life..
     
  7. Picc84

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    eh... explain?
    guess: On the way out (when you turn opposite of your corner) you break hard to 2nd? than go in? eh...
     
  8. M0nk3yBaIIz

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    i jus need help with drifting all of tsukuba. cause i cant get the last corner. always straighten out to early. also i suk with hairpins. so if u can help me i would appreciate it.
     
  9. tsukuba_drifta

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    ok no guarranty but i might be able to give u guys a vid on drifting tsukuba...but the way i learned how to drift on tsukuba was i just practised and worked out how to take the corners one by one then linking them this took 2 mounths for me to get it all the way around (this should take less time if u ask for help and i think there is a vid on this track) plus i have a bro that says im **** and trys to get me to quit the drift in gt4 but i kept going plus i didn't know this forum was here so i was one my own getting back to the track all u have to done is keep practiseing and u will get it.:tup:

    :cheers:
     
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  10. Picc84

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    ok heres a good question:

    My AE86 is oversteery when drifting haripens, my AMUSE R1 is understerry some times... which one do I go with?
     
  11. Martal39

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    IMO a bit of oversteer is always better than a bit of understeer.
    Atleast oversteer you can correct without stopping
     
  12. tsukuba_drifta

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    yeah i will agree with martal39 oversteer is a bit better then understeer.:idea: is ur car oversteering when u get slower in the drift and wat tyre's are u using:confused:

    :cheers:

    p.s dont worry about the file attachment just trying something:dunce:
     

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  13. Picc84

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    Yea it does a little... and I'm useing Economy tires... they seem to always work for me... :D
     
  14. AOS-

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    So how's the progress.?