Following on from another thread.... I don't understand why alot of drifters are so anti speed. If you are new, and just learning the ropes, then less speed makes things easier. If you are a weekend drifter in real life, and want to replicate the cheap part worn tyres your using, then tuning for low grip, along with using the least grippy compound available, will obviously go a long way in regards to replicating what you're r doing in real life. But, if I want to 'drift like Nomuken', then I'm going to want to approach things slightly differently. Ive seen too many videos that mention top end drifters tuning for grip, to maintain control over the high speed, high angle entries that are now common place in D1. I personally enjoy my 350bhp S13 at 10-50mph at the willow short course, just as much as I enjoy 140mph+ entries in the Blitz ER34. The Blitz is setup with huge amounts of rear end grip, mean throttle inputs don't just result in huge wheel spin, but actually pushes the car through the bend, gaining speed. Now, if I'm messing about with mates, going for whole laps at close proximity, it's going to be easier to accomplish with the 350bhp S13, at lower speeds. But if I'm in a competition, and I'm going all out for the win, I'm not interested in carrying a speed that my chaser can match, I want to leave him behind, so he's under pressure to keep up, and therefore more likely to make a mistake. If im chasing, I want to keep my leader on lock down, I don't want them getting away from me under any circumstances. Obviously both hugely different styles, but the point is, speed is a huge factor in drifting. I recently reworked all of my regular cars, removing all rear camber, and softening the rear compression a little. I now have so much more control. The the cars are not any where near as easy to drift, but they are capable of maintaining control at much higher speeds. So where do your stand? Low speed 'all show and no go' tandem buddy friendly, Or Go hard or go home, 'balls to the wall' high speed?