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INFO
07-16-2004, 09:38 AM
DRIFTING.com needs an updated FAQ sheet for the “NEW to DRIFTING” forum and we would appreciate your suggestions.

mranlet
07-16-2004, 09:46 AM
Best drift cars, covering weight balance, aftermarket, reliability, gas mileage, drift only versus double-duty cars, domestically available models versus JDM only, SR versus KA and KA-T, etc

AWD drifting, feel free to copy some of my old posts on AWD, or I'll send some in a word doc.

Drift techniques - braking drift, use of E-brake, power over, clutch kick, etc. Essentially a simplified "teaser" version of the Drift Bible

Where to buy Option and Drift Tengoku magazines/video

Tire Contact patch - nobody seems to know what this is and it's very important.

That's all I've got for now, I'll be back

-MR

mranlet
07-16-2004, 09:56 AM
Chas's Beginner Drift Setup:
http://www.drifting.com/forums/showthread.php?threadid=3486

-MR

Pergatory
07-16-2004, 10:23 AM
Ok I'm probably gonna get flamed for this one but here it goes anyway. I've written a bunch of information on how to drift for my friends who play Gran Turismo 3. The same methods/techniques apply to real life driving so feel free to use anything you'd like from that site:
http://pergatory.net/gt3/rwd.html
(Please give credit where credit is due, whether it be a link to my site, e-mail, or even just a mention at the bottom of the FAQ)

Before you laugh too hard, this is a SERIOUS site and I have taken a lot of time to write this information out in a way that people can understand it, so please don't just blow me off as some 13-year-old kid who can't wait to hop into his first dori-machine.

Also feel free to provide me with feedback on the site. ^^

nissanguy_24
07-16-2004, 11:38 AM
something highlighting the difficulty of drivetrain converstions. For anyone who thinks converting his civic to RWD is the best solution for a new guy.