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Old 08-02-2009, 01:01 AM   #51
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Originally Posted by Scott View Post
try watchin drift bible.
Everynight with my milk and cookies, its my bedtime story.
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Old 08-05-2009, 12:39 AM   #52
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someone will want to buy you a hooker too,

So all i need to do is learn how to brake drift (i like to feint and clutch kick b/c it works for me, i can't brake drift) and people will want to buy me a hooker?

I'm in.
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Old 08-06-2009, 05:06 PM   #53
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You have to be able to pull off 90 brake entries to get someone to sweat you that much.
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Old 01-18-2010, 03:01 PM   #54
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... The guys in D1 are so skilled at this that their computers compute the throttle going to the rear wheels at a rate much faster than your car. That is why you must buy a Power FC, and teach your car to compute fast. It is actually easy to teach yourself to coordinate your right and left hand to coordinate together, but much harder to make our car compute like the Japanese people's cars. ...

I have really been trying, but teaching the Power FC is the most difficult part. I first thought that the best way of teaching Mr. PFC would be through positive reinforcement. I tried saying "Good job" and "Atta boy!" when I thought he was computing pretty good, but he never improved. Next I thought I could fix him a nice electron treat. But I soon discovered that keeping the electrons together in a cupcake was darn near impossible.

I decided that negative reinforcement might be needed in this case, so anytime I spin out from Mr. PFC not computing fast enough, I hook his power in backwards. I am pretty sure this is going to work, he passes out when I do this. How have you guys been teaching your Power FC?

And you say that it is easier to coordinate your left and right hands together. To this I say, "Fiddlesticks!" When I am trying to turn left, my left hand will go left but my right hand will sometimes go right. Sometimes when I go to turn right I punch myself in the face.

But soon my Power FC will be smart enough, and it won't matter.. he will compute so fast that my rear wheel speed will be enough to overtake a D1 master!

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Old 04-10-2010, 07:44 PM   #55
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sick but my car is still crap!

cool thread this info give me even more insperation now i just need to fix my damn car!
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Old 06-14-2010, 01:23 PM   #56
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If you are so low that the tires rub the unibody above the wheels, you'll lock up the front.


If you are able to recover from it you'll laugh about it.

My ish is too low. I'll shed a tear for every turn of my coilover coils. Function before fashion pwns me.

Language is scensored on a drifting forum? We're all grown ups....i hope. Old enough to have a license, old enough to say the "s" word.
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Old 11-22-2010, 02:39 PM   #57
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Wow, this is really helpful. It's pretty cool knowing why some of the stuff works instead of just being like... this works, I don't know why but it does.
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