Also some hard tires, and POWER!DeeDeeArrGuy said:240sx, silvia, 180sx, trueno, gto, viper, mustang, rx-7, s2000, skyline, they were all designed to hug the road as well. drifting its probably not classified under racing but motorsports yes. i dont see why a mn12 couldnt drift its all in driver skill and how he can handle the car. lowering it, lock the rear end, give the wheels some camber, and fab a hand brake thats the basics.
i was going to next week january 21st at orlando speed world at the drift practice florida drift is holding but the rpe-registration spots are all taken up. if im lucky tho im hoping for a no show so i can take his/her spot. im gonna go and watch at least if i cant get a spot. they are hosting another drift practice february 26th that im gonna register for earlier and by then ill hope to have my trac loc rear.97mn-12 said:I think you should do that to your thunderbird so we can see how it turns out.
very well said my friend95_SilverBird said:Why?
Drifting is not racing, Drifting is art.
Drifting is subjective, it's not who has the fastest time...
it's who looks the best on the track.
Drifting is the art of being in complete control but looking the complete opposite to bystandards.
Our cars, and a skilled driver, will look just fine out there.