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Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting Videos' started by rockman229, Mar 26, 2008.
1st Vid: all our drifts end surprisingly early (WITH regards to the fact you are using a Staggering Tire Setup). Yes it's easier but to me i think it's kind of 'cheap'. Learn full N2's or N3's.
2nd Vid: Dive Replays aren't the best ofr Drift Vids because we can miss out on potentially nice drifts
And Camber Wheels look ugly
i agree with with trico pro but some of them drifts are good
Drifting on tsukuba wet is easy.
Congrats on drifting a rally car. Now hop in something RWD and go play.
Hi is anyone online? if so click this link to see my first drift video please. (i know im not good)<object width="425" height="350"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/oUIl1FUAwDo"></param><embed src="http://www.youtube.com/v/oUIl1FUAwDo" type="application/x-shockwave-flash" width="425" height="350"></embed></object>
Firstly this should have been put in a new thread. But its cool here.
Secondly, purchase a max drive so you dont have to film your t.v, the quality was so bad i could barely see anything.
Thirdly, you should start out with something a little easier to use, an aston is a nice car, but for drifting, look a little more....east. Something like an S2000 or an S13 until you get really good, then upgrade to a bigger car.
4th(ly), pick a better track to drift on, somewhere like trial mountain or deep forest raceway, high speed ring isnt a great drifting track, dont be fooled by the great layout, its not good for drifting.
I knot theres alot there, but i want to help you out on this. So theres youre basics, alot of your drifts werent bad. Go onto the settings and tuning section for some killer set-ups. And good luck!