Which Car Is Better?

Discussion in 'GT5 Drifting' started by BlowoffValve, Apr 18, 2014.

  1. BlowoffValve

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    I have a Blitz Dunlop Skyline and a HKS Hipermax Evo in my garage. Which one is better for drifting?

    I'm only just starting out at drifting btw
     
  2. CheladaJr

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    None of those their 4WD start off with a s13 or something like that
     
  3. BlowoffValve

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    The Blitz is actually alright with drifting, tbh. Every time I want to drift, I use that.
     
  4. sparkytooth

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    The ER34 is not 4WD.
     
  5. BlowoffValve

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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but is it FR or something?
     
  6. CheladaJr

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    Yeah but thats too powerful
     
  7. sparkytooth

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    It is indeed FR. Only Skyline GT-Rs are AWD, the Blitz Dunlop ER34 is based off of a normal R34 and therefore not AWD.
     
  8. BlowoffValve

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    It's not all that powerful. You could also use the power limiter to reduce the BHP
     
  9. et_

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    The Blitz is FR and very good for drifting, better go for that one.

    Rule of thumb when it comes to drifting is that FR drivetrain is a must, and the more torque, the better. there is no such thing as "too powerful".
    the best car for drifting is the Cerbera speed 12, and the Buick Special.

    also, there are many R34 that are FR as @sparkytooth said. Both Blitz cars and the Amuse Carbon R as an example.
     
  10. BlowoffValve

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    Are all FR cars good for drifting? If so, I'll have a try in the Carbon R