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 Post subject: Is this the perfect drift?
PostPosted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 5:08 pm 
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZBSVqOc-CN4

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Glad you saw that, too. Insane angle. Nomura did one similar, and one of the FC guys in japan also has done a few insane angle drifts. Looked like this was 110 degrees or something!!!

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PostPosted: Mon Oct 26, 2009 6:30 pm 
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Yeah, any time you enter the turn with the car facing backwards, you know it's a good drift... :P


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haha that is awesome! I love those bride seats the commentators get to sit in...

next thing you know, the common ricer trend here in the states will be mounting those rear racing wings backwards for those negative angle drifts like this one

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datsunfreak wrote:
Yeah, any time you enter the turn with the car facing backwards, you know it's a good drift... :P


When I was a teenager, I entered plenty of turns facing backwards and believe me, they weren't good drifts.

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Kawabata is the man. This one from the stands really shows the sheer insanity of that angle.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rVyi1xP3xsI

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That is insane! :shock:


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yowza!

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If it's not, then it is pretty close to it. LOL :wink:

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tricycle drifting...
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wCMBE4bh ... re=related
had me laughing my ass off!!!

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NOT the "perfect drift". Just one hell of a recovery from an "almost spin".

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Slappy wrote:
NOT the "perfect drift". Just one hell of a recovery from an "almost spin".

still gotta admit it.. thats one hell of a recovery...

this is my DRIFT vids..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KV45ObhbXH4
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anyone drift these babies..???

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I had one of those. I used Yoichi Imamura's old FD body.

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that's actually a cool idea, probably a lot cheaper...

did anyone watch that tricycle drifting?

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opelboy76 wrote:
that's actually a cool idea, probably a lot cheaper...

did anyone watch that tricycle drifting?

the 3cycle drifting baby is unbelieveable... :lol:

RC drift.. yes it is a lot cheaper... and a lot safer.. still its fun.. :lol:

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that was one nice four wheel drift.

as seen in the video a big part of the slide was all four wheels sliding as the front wheels were nowhere near facing the direction they were going.

a recovered mistake or intensional?? cool video non the less.


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a recovered mistake or intensional??


I'd put my money on intentional. He's done it more than once. 8)


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