My First "Sloppy Drifting video"

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting Videos' started by DeDrifter, Nov 24, 2007.

  1. DeDrifter

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  2. SolidSnake15

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    I use that same car, gimme some time I'll go get my settings for you.

    HINT: Try Trial Mountain, every bodies favoret track for drifting.
     
  3. DeDrifter

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    Thanks mate, by the way I'm not using a steering wheel.
     
  4. SolidSnake15

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    Neither am I.:sly::tup:

    Mazda RX7 Type R (FD,J) '93

    Here's what i use for drifting, same car as you.

    Racing Exhaust
    Sports Chip
    N2 Tires(Comfort)
    Brake Controller- Front-3 Rear-13

    Full Customized Suspention
    Spring Rate- Front-11.0 Rear-19.0
    Ride Hight- Front and Rear-82
    Shock absorbers- Front and Rear-8
    Camber Angle- Front-3.0 Rear-1.9
    Toe Angle- Front and Rear-0
    Stabilizers- Front-3 Rear-5

    Full Customized Transmission-Auto set to 19

    Triple Plate Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Carbon Drive shaft

    NO DRIVING AIDS!!!
    NO DRIVING AIDS!!!NO DRIVING AIDS!!!NO DRIVING AIDS!!!NO DRIVING AIDS!!!
     
  5. DeDrifter

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    Thanks mate once again, Will this drift setup make it easer to stay in a drift once you've started one?

    Only reason I'm asking is long corners I seem to spin out do to over drifting And I want to fix this.....

    By the way Driving aid's is for p*****

    Oh yeah I don't have Suspention yet but I will. And once again thank you for your setup I'll give it try.
     
  6. SolidSnake15

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    Yeah you can hold the drift for a while if done right. I would suggest the braking method. And if your using the controller try "pumping" the steering stick. Push it all the way, let go, repeat. Do it rather quickly.
     
  7. DeDrifter

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    How do I keep it gassed through the corner?

    I've also noticed I have to hit the noz after a drift to get my speed back up from practually zero.
     
  8. SolidSnake15

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    All your drifting questions can be answered HERE.
    I'm always glad to help!

    And you won't need anything that I didn't list. With the proper tuning you will be drifting like a pro in no-time.

    Don't keep it full throttle through the corner or you WILL spin out. Your goal is to drift, not lose 100% grip. try to keep the throttle around half. Sometimes you will have to increase throttle to keep the drift going.
     
  9. SolidSnake15

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    Here's how it looks when you drift it right.



    Sorry about the quality, I had to use my cell phone to record the video.
     
  10. DeDrifter

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    Not bad though....