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Old 06-11-2004, 06:10 PM
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Default 2WD drifting is better

2WD drifting is way cooler than 4wd drive cuz its harder to get it to drift. Its also the ways the real guys do it. 4wd drive drifting should be called driving yur car sideways cuz thats all it is. Gus with stadium trucks that r 2wd try drifting its a challenge, and it looks amazing. Way more realistic than 4wd
Old 06-11-2004, 09:12 PM
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not really i like drifting my yokomo alo more then my rc10gt and drifting is hard when you go more then 20 feet sideways
Old 06-12-2004, 07:40 PM
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Do u ever see real drifter cars go that much sideways all the time, they travel in straight line then power slide around the corners. They don't drive their car sideways.
Old 06-12-2004, 08:49 PM
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street cars look cool drifting, my rc10gt can drift.....kind of..........[&:]
Old 06-12-2004, 11:34 PM
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not that much but still i can get my car almost all the way sideways when im drifting straight it not that hard and the abs helps
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Default RE: 2WD drifting is better

i guess they both have their positives and negatives. They are both cool
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yeah true i want to try to drift a 2wd big 6 by schumacher
Old 07-03-2004, 11:41 PM
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ey speenair.. remeber me.. i got the mystery kyosho dune buggy ****. the ones thats like 10 yrs old lol. ots rear wheel drive.. ur sayin i can drift with it eyy.. SWEET . wuts pvc?? wuts it do.. u put it on ur tires rite?? u think its gunna be easy to drift my car.? does it help when the floor is wet or...[&:]
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Hey man, pvc is plastic tubing, u can buy it at any hardware store, it takes the place of the rubber tires. Just take yur rim with you to the place and test fit and buy the right diameter for your rim. It may not fit exact so use some electrical tape so it fits snug. Yes 2wd drifting works, it is hard and throttle and steering settings must be fiddled with in order for it to work good. Have fun. The floor does not have to be wet, i do it on pavement all the time, the pvc will allow your car to slide easily. Peace
Old 07-04-2004, 01:35 PM
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aight ill try,, how much does pvb cost?? do i need it on all the tires? or just the back tires that spin? i live in brossard , canada.. i got a couple stores in mind where i think they mite have pvb..
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u think they got?
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Speenair,

I hope you know that some of the "real guys" use 4wd cars to drift. Don't tell people the wrong information. Yes, 2wd is harder to drift, but you can see people drifting with 4wd cars too. And how is 4wd drifting just driving your car sideways??? Stadium trucks drifting is not more realistic than 4wd touring car drifting. Rofl. It's a Stadium Truck! How is that realistic? Maybe "cool", but not realistic.

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Old 07-04-2004, 02:03 PM
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aight ill try,, how much does pvb cost?? do i need it on all the tires? or just the back tires that spin? i live in brossard , canada.. i got a couple stores in mind where i think they mite have pvb..
Reno Depot
Home Depot
Rona
Canadian Tire
u think they got?
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Duh.... it's a hardware store [&:] YOu could walk into a friggen Kmart or Wal Mart and see it....
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Default RE: 2WD drifting is better

I am not saying 2wd drifting is the only way, it is my opinion however, that it looks more realistic. 4wd drive drifting is cool too but for us stadium truckers or buggie drivers it is still possible and yet very challengeing, something that i like. To answer the important questions .... pvc needs to be on all tires and i don't know how much it costs becasue i had my tires specially made by my uncle wwho is in the plastics business. Its probably cheap. And ya Canadian tire rulz,,,,, but try any hardware store and they should have it. Where is that town in canada, is it near kitchener, ontario???
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na man, brossard is like 5 mins away from Montreal . Montreal rules

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