Missile drift cars?

Discussion in 'GT5 Drifting' started by VelineonVXL, Jul 25, 2011.

  1. VelineonVXL

    VelineonVXL

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    THE STANDARD CARS THAT ARE THE BEST FIT FOR MISSILE

    Missile drift cars has been around for a while now. Japan has been doing it for many years. But it was just recently that the missile car trend has grown to a global scale.
    The cars may not look like the most amazing drift cars. They're definitely not built to be demolition derby machines. Their purpose is so the drivers can perfect their skills during the off season without worrying about wrecking their cars, and most importantly, keep drifting fun.
    http://speedhunters.com/archive/2010/12/03/car-spotlight-gt-gt-michael-essa-s-drift-missile.aspx

    SKYLINE R32 GTS-T
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    240SX
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    SILVIA S14
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    CHASER
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    SILVIA S13
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    RX7 FC3S
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  2. SPANK

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    Im not getting this...what are you wanting to do?
     
  3. VelineonVXL

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    Drifting with cars missiles it is very enterteining, specially if your drift wants to come to the limit
     
  4. Lazy Liquid

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    Oh.... how i understand the "drift missile" concept. Its nothing related to top performance drift cars, but simply messed older lovely japanese cars.

    I do have some, buy my best toy is my S14 200SX.
     
  5. Goracle

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    Did someone say... MISSILE?!

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    And to add onto what Lazy Liquid said, missiles are ANY car that owners have no care for how bad they get thrashed up. So... Your pictures are inaccurate
     
  6. xiSealHDz

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    and im not sure about the chaser as a drift missile..i think is costs alot and only professional drifters drift with it..my opinion:tup:
     
  7. Machate-man

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    I assume you mean a 'trainer/sleeper' car to experiment+practice in:indiff:
     
  8. VelineonVXL

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    CHASER MISSILE
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  9. Lazy Liquid

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    Eh.... i like to see "battle scars", but junkyard zombie drift car is way too much for me.

    Ok when someone removes the front bumper to pull more air in the radiator and another parts, giving some extra hp... but "drift missiles" are beyond the moneyless kamikaze way of drift.
     
  10. HKSD1

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    missles are cars that even the top drifter uses to polish their skills without damaging their competition vehicle.

    just to name a few drifters who uses these junkyard specials to polish their door2door tandem and wall scraping skills, suenaga, daigo, koguchi all uses these missles and go nuts with them.
     
  11. Jesus

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    First off the S13 should be a picture of one, not a sil80.
    Secondly that article from speed hunters is irrelevant because; well its speedhunters plus its an FC with a V8 and a fabricage so would be pushing around £12-13k ‹ Not a missile.
    Last off, a missile is any generally low budget car, so a good few examples above, which would be used as a beginner car or practice car when bump, scrapes and crashes are inevitable. They are NOT strictly for professionals and high end competition goer's.
     
  12. VelineonVXL

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    now the missile is my ps3, he to dead, light yellow and red red red red!!
     
  13. HE1RO

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    It would make more sense if you could keep damage on your cars in game throughout the races, with a choice to repair them. By either totally fixing everything like new, or being able to totally fix the mechanical parts only, but leaving the fenders and stuff off, or ziptying it back on haha

    But technically we dont have the ability to have drift missiles in game, because one reason they are called that is because of how they look.
     
  14. BurntBreadz

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    So, taking in to consideration of what HE1RO said, Drift Missiles (GT6 wise) are low budget drifters, usually the S-chassis?