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Old 12-31-2005, 05:14 PM
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its quite easy to drift with stock power, but with full tuneup it just lets you take it to the next level

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350Z DRIFT SETTINGS UP NEXT
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Old 07-05-2006, 10:51 PM
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so anymore drift techniques. if not does anyone know what other sites or forums i can visit to find out
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Old 07-06-2006, 04:26 PM
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yeah, this one hahaha.

im just out of state right now, but once i get home or if i have time here kicking clutch-monkey's ass at drifting today i might share one or two with you
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Old 07-17-2006, 03:51 PM
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ay whiteballz have a setup for a lancer evo man?
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Old 07-17-2006, 05:00 PM
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im at school right now, when i get home i will make one up and post it for you.

what is your style? are you generally sideways INTO or OUT of the corner more?
(different styles need different setups)
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Old 07-17-2006, 06:18 PM
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whiteballz, can i get a setup for the Ferrari 360 Modena.
And note, i mostly go into the corner.
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Old 07-20-2006, 06:08 PM
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any done for the CTS-V??? i used the set up for the 1st car u posted about and it works to a certian exent but not the best
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Old 07-20-2006, 10:22 PM
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any done for the CTS-V??? i used the set up for the 1st car u posted about and it works to a certian exent but not the best
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what is your style? are you generally sideways INTO or OUT of the corner more?
(different styles need different setups)
you'll have to explain your style before whiteballz can optimize the setup for you - it makes a huge difference.
our cars are set up very differently because of the way we go through a corner
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Old 07-20-2006, 11:16 PM
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you'll have to explain your style before whiteballz can optimize the setup for you - it makes a huge difference.
our cars are set up very differently because of the way we go through a corner
well i just got an xbox( yes i know im out of date) and im just learning how to drift, ive done it in GT4 but never on xbox, and idono how i drift all i can say is its nothn like what most newbs do lol im kinda of a pussy footer into the corners, i go in high and i try to exit low but i seem to stay high like IE on maple valley in turn 1 the big long sweeping corner ill stay at the top for about the 1st half and the other half i kinda get to lose and start to fishtale. so if that helps idono ill get a vids if its easier
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Old 07-20-2006, 11:25 PM
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well i just got an xbox( yes i know im out of date) and im just learning how to drift, ive done it in GT4 but never on xbox, and idono how i drift all i can say is its nothn like what most newbs do lol im kinda of a pussy footer into the corners, i go in high and i try to exit low but i seem to stay high like IE on maple valley in turn 1 the big long sweeping corner ill stay at the top for about the 1st half and the other half i kinda get to lose and start to fishtale. so if that helps idono ill get a vids if its easier
I'm no GOD at drifting or anything, but I can provide SOME advice. Before entering the corner, start off at the inside of the track (before the corner) and QUICKLY flick the wheel and turn the car to the opposite side of the track to throw off the balance. Just a split second after flicking the car across the track, flick it back across to the inside (from the outside apex of the corner) and try to slide the car sideways along the inside curbing, using the wheel/steering and gas or brake to keep the proper line and drift. Towards the end of the corner, get back on the gas and correct the drift by turning back the opposite way.

A good rule of thumb is to always drift in a low gear, so you can use the throttle to a higher extent, while keeping those wheel's spinning.
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Old 07-20-2006, 11:56 PM
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you just gave me a good idea rocke, unveiling in however long it takes for me to do it (BTW setups are on their way, i keep having too much fun fine tuning the evo :embarrased
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is the wheel better than the PS2 controller? i can't seem to do long smoky drifts , but i can pull off small angle slides with the ebrake, but i can't put the right amount of throttle/steering angle. will the wheel help? I won't buy the GT4 wheel, but i can at least hope that there is some possibility of pulling off drifts.
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is the wheel better than the PS2 controller? i can't seem to do long smoky drifts , but i can pull off small angle slides with the ebrake, but i can't put the right amount of throttle/steering angle. will the wheel help? I won't buy the GT4 wheel, but i can at least hope that there is some possibility of pulling off drifts.
Use manual transmission.
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Old 07-21-2006, 12:37 AM
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My particular style is pendulum, or "scandinavian flick"

Which is shown in the first vid.

The way in which i control a RWD vehicle during the corner is shown in the second vid, in which note the flicks of opposite lock. (shows i could have gone wilder and faster with the drift)

The Third video showcases my audi drift setup, however due to the poor quality it barely looks like im drifting at all. Control of an AWD is different mid corner, generally its just hit handbrake till desired drift angle is aquired, full throttle back on, and full opposite lock.


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is the wheel better than the PS2 controller?
No, it is stupid in terms of drifting, it forces snap over/understeer in 1/2 of a turn, its ridiculous. (I use controler)
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File Type: wmv AWDlap1.wmv (1.32 MB, 33 views)
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Old 07-21-2006, 01:07 AM
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Caddie CTS-V
I can make this drift, but one thing I cant do is make it light.

Keep your eye on entry speeds unless you want to mow the grass with this bloated cow.

That said, use the momentum to help get (and keep) a good AOA (angle of attack)

Power upgrades = Higher powered engine, full exhaust and tune (first option in engine section)
Other upgrades = Full everything (suspension, gears etc)

Tire pressure
Front: 2 BAR
Rear: 3 BAR (med high on slider)

Camber
Front = stock
Rear = -0.2

Anti-Roll
Front = Full
Rear = Full

Springs
Front = 143.1
Rear = 141.1

Damping (bump)
Front = 3.7
Rear = 3.9

Damping (Re-bound)
Front = 8.4
Rear = 8.7
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