What drifting technique do you perfer to initiate with??

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What do you guys & girls favor when drifting?? E-brake? Weight Transfer? Shift Lock? Clutch Kick? ......etc..... :tongue:
 

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cheaka said:
What do you guys & girls favor when drifting?? E-brake? Weight Transfer? Shift Lock? Clutch Kick? ......etc..... :tongue:
whats up cheaka....:) i prefer clutch kick during at low speed...:) if kinda high speed i prefer e-brake....:) :rock: :dancing2:
 

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Hmm.. let me see.

any method also can sapu, as long the car go sideways wil do. hehehe..

what bout yopu cheaka..??
 

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i do Clutch Kick + faint a lot. then e-brake to control. now have to start learning weight transfer, less damaging to the car.
 

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maybe depend the character (setting) of your car and your self. my KE hard to control the angle by using ebrake. and killing too much speed. hard to do more angle cause the rpm drop a lot. maybe cause my car too light.
 

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yeah yeah...clutch kick is the way to go....i like clutch kick....:tee:
 

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mid speed - powerover
low speed - handbrake on mid corner, late a bit la but doesn't kill drivetrain
high speed - brake drift
clutch kick - only when running out of slide, but nowadays rarely clutch kick, kill drive train la :P
 

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according to my SIFU, its better to learn clutch kick first. its more contolable. then when u oledi terrer a bit, try e brake. then when terrer a bit again, try feint. then, when u oredi terrer very much, tsusio with ur SIFU. u will learn more by looking at wat the experts can do and at the samer time try to do it.

p/s- to my SIFU, thanks a million for teaching me how to drift. its a 'kejadian yang amat ajaib' ... ha..ha..
 

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for my experience, is better to learn donut, then figure 8. after that try L corner with e brake. must be e brake 1st cause safer. e brake is fast to slow. clutch kick is slow to fast. then U corner. after that faint. after faint, you should able to handle diffrent type of corner or combination of technique.
for example, if you entre speed is not reach, you can use clutch kick, then e brake + foot brake to control speed and angle. if too much speed, you can do faint or e brake 1st.

actually for japanese drifter, e brake is the basic to drifting. you may use a lot when tsuiso battle.

here is a useful link of example for e brake technique from www.drift.com.my
http://www.drift.com.my/forum/viewtopic.php?t=1265
 
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ivan78 said:
i do Clutch Kick + faint a lot. then e-brake to control. now have to start learning weight transfer, less damaging to the car.
All the while I initial drift wit E-brake then continue by powerover then gear change (to 2nd to 3rd then 3rd to 2nd...)

Now I wan to learn weight transfer like how D-Jan did at A'Famosa. With less damage to gears and clutch.

Ivan also very good in weight transfer. When can you gimme some teaching har?
 

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the drift bible got explain weight transfer ma. i think it say lift off, braking and feint is all weight transfer. also, i seen a lot of ppl use clutch kick to start a feint, but the drift king didnt use clutch kick to feint.
 

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the drift bible got explain weight transfer ma. i think it say lift off, braking and feint is all weight transfer. also, i seen a lot of ppl use clutch kick to start a feint, but the drift king didnt use clutch kick to feint.
the drift king didn't use cause the track is fast to slow corner. most our track in malaysia (drift track) is slow to fast.to feint with weight transfer is a very high skill...
 
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Hi guys anyone know where I can learn drifting ? i dun have a vehicle for drifting coz cant afford but love to drift... anyone know where can learn ?
 

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i use e-brake coz don't want to spoil drive train so fast & it is good for high speed drift. Weight transfer will be the next thing to learn......hehehe...if got car & legal place to learn
 

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I use clutch kick for my wira, hehe front wheeler maaa... when kick clutch my car wheel spin for 1- 2 rounds then I smile, my car also can burn out :smile:
 

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rattan said:
I use clutch kick for my wira, hehe front wheeler maaa... when kick clutch my car wheel spin for 1- 2 rounds then I smile, my car also can burn out :smile:
yes..
clutch kick, but how on earth you get your tail out by doing it to an FF car..? Obviously u need e-brake rite...? like that, its more to burn out and lots of under i guess...

FF car i dunno...FR car i know very much....
 

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clutch kick, but how on earth you get your tail out by doing it to an FF car..? Obviously u need e-brake rite...? like that, its more to burn out and lots of under i guess...

FF car i dunno...FR car i know very much....
Kicking his head out rather than the tail from what he says..He's only doing burnouts rather than drifting..... FF can only do e-brake drifts or high speed slide(drift). Just my 1 cent.:angel_smile:
 
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I do burnouts with my GSR and sliding so normally use e-brake( hehehe....no other choices coz FF).
 

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gsrboy said:
I do burnouts with my GSR and sliding so normally use e-brake( hehehe....no other choices coz FF).
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its a kejadian yang amat ajaib..
 

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all sifu out there... one silly question... can auto transmission drift? lolz...i'm new ...
 

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all sifu out there... one silly question... can auto transmission drift? lolz...i'm new ...
yess...
why not.. but only acertain trick...


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why i tried all the trick available... still cant drift at all... weird... even i turn at 80kmh... i pulled my handbreak... my car seems like no effect... any idea?
 

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why i tried all the trick available... still cant drift at all... weird... even i turn at 80kmh... i pulled my handbreak... my car seems like no effect... any idea?
dude! dun simply try out stunt on yr own man! yr car got roll cage alr? otherwise when turtle then u might get yrself hurt lerr

no offence to u but nice try there!!
 

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kekeke... my car ar? stock stock... juz try for the sake of trying only... guys... any new model of drift car... i mean for the new car... which car is FR ar? going to buy new car edi... since my car cant drift at all... wakakkaa
 

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mostly i use braking to drift with my van nissan vanette stock during wet condition in empty arear!!
go in corner in high speed then press 3/4 brake let it slide counter stear then floored the throttle
mostly doing high speed cornering!!
weight transfer is easy in van cos engine and passenger in front and back is very light and FR
 
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walau wei... hig speed coener..!! crazy man.. u one crazr drifter...


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lolz... high speed cornering... with van? cooolll... lolz...
 

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mostly i use braking to drift with my van nissan vanette stock during wet condition in empty arear!!
go in corner in high speed then press 3/4 brake let it slide counter stear then floored the throttle
mostly doing high speed cornering!!
weight transfer is easy in van cos engine and passenger in front and back is very light and FR
Wow high speed drifting in van! Gila kuasa. So do you countersteer a lot or just countersteer little bit only? Are you doing show drift style or racing drift style?

You got balls man.
 

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lol i countersteer kind alot also 1 full turn of the stearing
theres 1 time on the street nearly stuck between 2 devider lucky the car able to skid longer lol
if realy stuck, need a crane to lift my car out of the devider cos space between 2 devider only 1 car length
that time i realy go side ways can see the devider infront of me!!lol
now i drift safe way go to empty arear lol
reason y i drift with van cos dun have sedan car ony got vans got 2 c20 and 1 c22 to use for business and delivery
lol
 
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well, inertia drift, or maybe u guys call it feint drift. its a high speed drift, dangerous!
 

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wah .....old trick....van is easy to drift the rear is easy to kick out....even with a bit load....
 

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juniorkirk said:
kekeke... my car ar? stock stock... juz try for the sake of trying only... guys... any new model of drift car... i mean for the new car... which car is FR ar? going to buy new car edi... since my car cant drift at all... wakakkaa
haha maybe you can get a new Z33 for drift...it is a FR car...but if unlucky and get accident, that will be very very "siong" hahaha...
 

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some of the young van driver do kick the rear out....they do say it fun...but they dont know it is call the art of drift....

guys u think if we enter a van as a drift machine will they allow??
 

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lol if their car is handle by pro y not but dun bang the car enough edi
 

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wah... dam sad... y no one post ere edi wan?

u really drifted a van?!?!? ahhaha. dam kool!! wish i had a video of it. doesnt a van have a high risk of toppling/flipping while drifting since its quite high?
 

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Feint is often combine with clucth-poping....it gives more angle...also need more "kebolehan"...side brake used to prevent Under-steer....its used to initiate drift2...and control d angle in the middle of drift
when reducing speed during drift o drift from fast to slow corner, braking hard only will cause the car to goes under,pull the side brake during braking can prevent that...at the entry of high speed corner...i think e-brake is not suitable..feint + clucth-poping will do the job nicely..when going at high speed heading to tight corner,side brake will be perfect...
 

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anybody can tell me who is malaysia SIFU?
any competition on DEC-JAN?
 

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to me its always using e break...
have anyone tried using a kancil o drift??????? =)
 
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