i fail to pull my car back to striaght line

TE27levin

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TE27levin

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:D i dunno how to explain , hope u understand.
when i got into left 90degree corner, i rev to let my rear off from traction. then after enter into the junction i trying to make my car striaght but always will cause my rear swing to left and right then back to the line.
:lol: :lol:
180 turn then i can handle but when 90degree always get this hahaha.. no skill..
it was a AE86 trueno coupe, no LSD. stock suspension.
i tired my street / drag TE27 to drift but fail, my suspension setup was too much traction for rear wheel. hard to make the rear off traction. the grip cause my car don't listen to what i want it to do.
 

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of cuz ur car can nvr listen to wat u say :lol: :lol:

i think probably u revv ur car n steered too much.....btw, is the floor wet? simple rule of drifting, jz steer ur wheels at direction of the road u heading.......

dats 2 cents worth of advice

over n out....... :D
 

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Hard angled drifts were probably too much for the stock suspension, not to mention open diff. When you lift off the throttle, the car stops pushing forward, the rear outside spring rebounds, coupled with stock dampers with soft rebound dampening, it throws the weight to the other side too quickly, hence the fish-tailing.

Try to steer back to neutral and ease off the throttle when the car is already pointing the exit of the turn.

Just my 2 cents.
 

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just make sure you're brother are not furious when he know you drift his car..hehehe..which road u try?