Yes. That’s the point.Originally Posted by topi
I see your point. They should find somewhere legal or where its at risk to themselves only.
That’s my opinion, too..... ;-)mikecash said:You're a good man.
topi said:Front wheel drives cannot drift. Fools in civics may say they can, but that is just a55 dragging.
I wouldnt say you NEED an S2000 lol, but its a damn good excuse to buy one!
topi said:That is NOT drifting. Drifting is traction with the front wheels and controlled loss of traction on the rear, maintained with the throttle.
E-brake a55 dragging is not drifting.
People tell me they can FF drift, I tell them they are a lier.
WyteAnjal said:Please take time to read this. Some of the top and most skilled Japanese drifters know how to drift a front wheel drive car. Thought it is not easy it is possible.
StreetRacing.org - The Legend
So, you call Keiichi Tsuchiya is a lier?
Also, you don't need to use E-brake to drift in FWD car.
Using E-brake for drifting is just a beginner.
According to Keiichi Tsuchiya, drifting can be done in any kinds of car.
Definition of drifting by Keiichi Tsuchiya is as follows.
Start sliding in side before you start to turn.
Keep sliding and control your car.
If you can do that, that is called drifting.
topi said:Exactly, powersliding is not drift.
However, drifting is about no rules fun. So do what you is for you and make your own rules. If your happy sliding around in a FF then so be it.
Dr32ift said:I'm an FF drifter even though i'd rather drift a car made to handle it but i've managed a way to drift without the ebrake on a rainy day. I've earned the nickname takumi when i drive but i'm not that good i just want to but don't got the real skill. though i have managed a insane drift in an rxz once through a parking lot. it was supposed to be an 80ft drift with a 80 degree turn at something over 90
I wana drift but in orange county it's not like we got the roads for it (never mind the nazi cop bastards here who'll not only arrest someone innocent for the power high but will charge you more for adding an unregistered turbo then a DUI)
however in my FF 96 inline 4 cyl accord i mannaged to do sorta a gutter drift but not the takumi specialty. on rainy days the gutter fills with water and if i turn fast enough at the right time it's kinda like the jumping rear wheel drift only you don't hit the curb. i can get my right rear wheel to hydroplane over the gutter puddle and the other rear wheel will follow in a drift and i can manage a FF non ebrake drift.
some day i'll have an AWD or RWD