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.
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 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
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...
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!