So there comes a time where we all get a little bored with racing and try our hand at drifting. I've been drifting for quite a while now with both pad and wheel, and I'm able to drift every corner in GT5 and can easily make 12k+ scores on Eiger (Forward and Reverse) and Suzuka Short (I think it has another name) in most RWD cars (AWD drifting I'm not so good ). After all this time drifting I've come to have my own opinion about tuning. I see all these videos and tutorials here and on Youtube showing you "How to drift in GT5" and 90% of them include massive tuning to the car. In my opinion this sort of tuning is the most disgraceful thing you can do to drifting. Instead of learning to drift a new car and learning the gearing, suspension, power and weighting of the car, they make the car behave like every other car they drift so the only changes made when drifting a new car is the way it looks. I love the feeling of trying and trying at learning how a new car reacts, and will spend weeks drifting just one car so I know once I'm done with it that I've perfected it and can drift it extremely confidently online. Now don't get me wrong, I do tune my cars a little bit, but that will only include removing ABS and TC, and changing the Final gear about 0.1 at max just to accomodate for the track, but tuning where you lower the car to 0.0001mm off the ground, max the power and reduce the weight by 15% is disgusting. I'd like to know if anyone here shares my opinion, or would like to challenge it!