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  1. CptDarknuggets is offline 200 Angry Clydesdales
    Location: Glasgow
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    Default Your recommended drifter.

    Well my idea would be the buy the Ford Mustang. Then take it to get upgraded to the saleen Lvl3. Out of my collection i find it's the easiest out of them to drift as its chucks the tail out pretty easily and you can control it rather easily.
    What about you guys? I've heard good things about the RUF
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  2. Nipper is offline \/ The REAL TDUCk \/
     
    Location: Bongland
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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    Rturbo is easily one of the best, alongside the Rt12 at the front line of the war between lateral adhesion

    enzo can be good for high speed drifts

    and the S7TT (no aids) is an absolute mental patient, but once tamed can pull some of the longest, smoothest and coolest drifts

    these are opinions based on using Hardcore mode
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  3. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
    Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland
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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    Nipper and a few other on here know what I can do Behind the Wheel of a RUF

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  4. Nipper is offline \/ The REAL TDUCk \/
     
    Location: Bongland
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc_CRX »
    Nipper and a few other on here know what I can do Behind the Wheel of a RUF
    indeed, but you drift weird

    always using the high revs and the turbo boost

    i drift in lower revs and no boost (according to marc (i think) its hard)
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  5. neil12345 is offline the mind is a dangerous t
    Location: Northwest England
    Posts: 141

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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    The viper SRT10 is a good one too

  6. Marc_CRX is offline Tail End Out!!
    Location: Belfast, Northern Ireland
    Posts: 658

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    Quote Originally Posted by nipper »
    indeed, but you drift weird

    always using the high revs and the turbo boost

    i drift in lower revs and no boost (according to marc (i think) its hard)

    No...you Drift Weird

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  7. CptDarknuggets is offline 200 Angry Clydesdales
    Location: Glasgow
    Posts: 246

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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    I'm with nipper I don't really go into high revs, maybe its because I hate the puht puht puht on the limiter?
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  8. Nipper is offline \/ The REAL TDUCk \/
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by CptDarknuggets »
    I'm with nipper I don't really go into high revs, maybe its because I hate the puht puht puht on the limiter?
    in HCM its easy to drift without hitting the limiter

    @ marc, no YOU drift weird
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  9. Hamann M6 is offline Epic post whore
     
    Location: Oxford, England
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    CLK GTR or the SLR Mclaren on hypersport for me!!! so much fun i swear!!!!

  10. TOOL is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: California
    Posts: 118

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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    RUF RTurbo, great drift car!

  11. YeOldeTDUMan is offline working too much
     
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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    If you want a laugh try sliding the Daytona Shelby Coupe in Hardcore with No Driving Aids ... no rear traction !!!!!

    But for drifting ... RUFs ... simple as that
    I'd rather be topless !

  12. TOPGEAR DOG is offline Secretly a shoplifter!
    Location: Birmingham, UK
    Posts: 361

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    F430 for a drifting noob!
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  13. Who
    Who is offline It's not a tumor.
     
    Location: Lincolnshire, UK
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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    Caterham drifts nicely, and often without you even noticing it.

    i never noticed that i powerslide around almost all corners when im over 120 mph
    Formerly Crazed Dodgem/Lwsbrck

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  14. Glanzarog is offline Dumpster Boy
    Location: Dublin,Ireland
    Posts: 179

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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    Quote Originally Posted by nipper »
    in HCM its easy to drift without hitting the limiter

    @ marc, no YOU drift weird



    Go watch a drift vid,they're bouncing off the limiter.


  15. Nipper is offline \/ The REAL TDUCk \/
     
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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    whats the point in having a rev limiter anyways

    just learn to drive and not rev too high all would be fine LOL
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  16. Glanzarog is offline Dumpster Boy
    Location: Dublin,Ireland
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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    Quote Originally Posted by nipper »
    whats the point in having a rev limiter anyways

    just learn to drive and not rev too high all would be fine LOL



    So the engine doesn't go kaboom maybe?

    I prefer bouncing it off the limiter to be honest..


  17. Nipper is offline \/ The REAL TDUCk \/
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glanzarog »
    So the engine doesn't go kaboom maybe?

    I prefer bouncing it off the limiter to be honest..
    precisely why i said learn to drive and use lower revs LOL
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  18. Glanzarog is offline Dumpster Boy
    Location: Dublin,Ireland
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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    Quote Originally Posted by nipper »
    precisely why i said learn to drive and use lower revs LOL



    You do know TDU isn't real life don't you?

    Anyway,I'm off to watch TV until the GTA IV trailer is out.


  19. FateFTL is offline bbq?
    Location: California, USA
    Posts: 118

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    Default Re: Your recommended drifter.

    Quote Originally Posted by Glanzarog »
    You do know TDU isn't real life don't you?

    Anyway,I'm off to watch TV until the GTA IV trailer is out.
    I can't wait! only 20 minutes!

  20. Nipper is offline \/ The REAL TDUCk \/
     
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glanzarog »
    You do know TDU isn't real life don't you?
    erm, i was actually refering to real life LOL

    but please dont ruin the dream HAHAHAHAHAHA
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