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Re: Best Drifting Vehicles in GT5.

Jan 23, 2013

does there have to be any tuning if so can u plz tell me all the details thx

 

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Re: Best Drifting Vehicles in GT5.

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does there have to be any tuning if so plz tell me the details
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Feb 4, 2013

I recently picked up the '97 NSX. It might need some tweaking, or I might just need to control it better, but that thing I feel has serious drift potential. It's probably a **bleep** poor score, but the first time doing the drift tutorial I scored 2.9k with it after taking a few laps to learn how it handles.

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Mar 29, 2013

Sorry, but Lancers? If you mean EVOs, then I have to say, AWD is for **bleep** on the drift course. Same goes for those frenchies who always use Imprezas and get in the way.

 

The cars I use mostly are

1990 RX-7(~230hp)

1990 Nissan Skyline GTS25(298hp)

Toms Chaser(400ish hp)

Dunlop ER34(the premium one)

C5 Corvette(~450hp, close to stock)

 

I just started to finally use my S.Shigeno Sprinter Trueno, and have been developing quite a technique with that.

 

I have plenty of other cars I like to sometimes take out to the track.

 

I WOULD SAY U SHOULD ADD THE CORVETTE ZR1 AND THE SPIRIT TYPE RX7 THOSE ARE ALSO GOOD DRIFTERS

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Apr 6, 2013

My principal cars are this FD and M3 (in video), but also I use an s13, blitz skyline, ae86...

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Apr 6, 2013

I love all of the M3's. They have good balance and with the right power and tire adjustments they are amazing. I also love the lexus LFA

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May 27, 2013
Whats everybodys top score drifting on eiger nordwand?
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May 27, 2013

Are real drift cars generally set up for 900 degrees turning, or do they often use a lower turning ratio?

 

I must confess, drifting with a wheel in GT5 is harder than I found in other games, primarily as they offered you variable steering ratios. at 360 degrees, I found it a lot easier to catch a drift...

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May 27, 2013

I remember reading an article on one of Vaugn Gitten's cars a while back and he had a seriously modified steering rack in the car. I'm sure the ratio in a "Drift Car" is not the same as the stock version. Or, maybe some people stick with the stock setup. 

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May 28, 2013

Hello all I'm really not the best at drifting but I'm getting alot better using the AEM S2000 drift car. For a mediocre drifter I must say that the  standared set up can be moved just a bit to get that baby to start drifting. I use soft sport front / medium sport rear.  It works for me an on the trial were I can run the car I win gold, now I know the really grate drifter can an should have the skills to drift any thing. I'm in no way there yet but I'm working on!Smiley Tongue

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