Which Car Helped You Most In Drifting?

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by TuneRVisioN, Apr 15, 2007.

  1. Martal39

    Martal39

    Messages:
    44
    I had the same grip with the G1. Too stable. Still cant get it going even with fainting or whatever. Can drift an M3 just fine though so im choosing that
     
  2. TuneRVisioN

    TuneRVisioN (Banned)

    Messages:
    1,196
    What is a G1? Is there some other Ginetta in this game?
     
  3. Serge.D

    Serge.D

    Messages:
    4,617
    Location:
    Belgium
    I started drifting with Nissan Silvia's and FR Skyline's in GT2.
     
  4. Martal39

    Martal39

    Messages:
    44
    By G1 we mean the Amuse S2000 g1
     
  5. TuneRVisioN

    TuneRVisioN (Banned)

    Messages:
    1,196
    You must mean Amuse S2000 GT1 or S2000 R1.
     
  6. Eternal_Ronin

    Eternal_Ronin

    Messages:
    163
    G1? There's the Amuse S2000 Street Version, and the R1... are you reffering to the Street Version? The R1 is too stable, in that I agree.
     
  7. M0nk3yBaIIz

    M0nk3yBaIIz

    Messages:
    16
    i can drift with most stock fr cars on economy tires now that i got better at drifting. but when i first started i used the stock amuse s2000 r1 on economy tires. also i use the 86 mr2 supercharged for normal racing. i full tune it nd its pretty quick for a light car. i can go heads up or even faster cars like the saleen s7, slr mclaren, etc.
     
  8. ImprezaAddict

    ImprezaAddict

    Messages:
    1,872
    Location:
    Colombia
    I learned to drift with the 1032 bhp Viper SRT10. At first I obviously started stock, but I started rising power as I controlled the car better. I can drift decently with it, but not the best. I like to drift the STi or the 300ZX better.