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  1. ~Kisame~ is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Berkeley
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    Default How do you drift in TDU?

    How is it done?

  2. Diablo is offline I'm Delicious!
     
    Location: Scotland, UK
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    Default Re: How do you drift in TDU?

    Best way is with Hardcore mode and a RWD car with a fair amount of power. Hardcore mode can be selected when you hit Champion level.
    I'm a bit mental.

  3. ~Kisame~ is offline Just a Skidmark
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    Default Re: How do you drift in TDU?

    How long does it take do hit champion level?

  4. r3700GT is offline Rusted Banger
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    Default Re: How do you drift in TDU?

    Use the 350z apparently i find it easy to drift with
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  5. The Driver is offline Driving It
    Location: Portugal
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    Default Re: How do you drift in TDU?

    Basically just pull the handbrake at a certain speed...Of course it isn't easy, but come on, you don´t need to achive the champion level to drift...
    Last edited by Baldy; 09/07/07 at 22:36 PM.

  6. r3700GT is offline Rusted Banger
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    Default Re: How do you drift in TDU?

    I also found the american Muscle Cars easy to drift and also the Viper
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  7. r3700GT is offline Rusted Banger
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    Default Re: How do you drift in TDU?

    And also Front engine rear wheel drive
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  8. oleahmed is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Denmark
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Driver »
    Basically just pull the handbrake at a certain speed...Of course it isn't easy, but come on, you don´t need to achive the champion level to drift...

    Thats not drifting... The rear wheels have to be spinning.
    Last edited by Baldy; 09/07/07 at 22:36 PM.

  9. Janos is offline Miura Addicted
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Driver »
    Basically just pull the handbrake at a certain speed...Of course it isn't easy, but come on, you don´t need to achive the champion level to drift...
    Excuse me good sir, that ain't drifting. That's n00b-handbraking.

    @kisame: Reach a corner at full speed, get off the gas, dive into it, tap the brakes, downshift, then give a sharp steer on the wheel and floor the gas pedal at the same time.
    When the rear axle loses grip, countersteer and balance the gas to keep the trajectory and straighten the car to exit the corner.
    Now you know how to perform a powerslide.
    I suggest you the Ferrari 288 GTO as a drift-school car.

    Oh and kisame, FOR GOD'S SAKE TURN OFF THE DRIVING AID.
    Last edited by Baldy; 09/07/07 at 22:37 PM.

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  10. jeff82_nz is offline Lotus driver
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    The Corvette (C6 or Z06) are great learn to drift cars Lots of power, easy to start the slide then not too twitchy when your in it

  11. StephenJWolfe is offline 360 Soon...
    Location: United Kingdom
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    Yes but it's almost impossible to drift without a steering wheel.
    Has left the forums for a different world. Sig thanks 2 The ScottishSpotter.

  12. ShadowGT is offline I <3 Boobies!
     
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    Automatic drifting is possible too. I do it all the time, it's easy in most cars to drift auto but not all cars.

    IMO the Pontiac Firebird is the best (hardcore mode) beginners Drift car. It's easy to get sideways & control it. (I can easily drift them looped freeway onramps in it & look like a pro) Plus beginners still using the driving aid's can still drift in it without having to turn off the aid's. I've clocked up 270+ miles in it just drifting.

    I tell you the firebird is a Fool-proof drifter.

    Leader & Founder of the "Ponies of War" Gaming Comunity

  13. no friends is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Devon, Uk
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    Try using the TVR Sagaris in hardcore mode.

    One of the best drifting/handling cars i've come across so far in hardcore mode.

  14. demon_ninja55 is offline Inbound Motorsport
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    well first put it in manual and ..... get the the outside of a corner then shift down so that you have max rpm
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  15. S71NG3R is offline Car Aficianado
     
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    This thread can stay active as long as you keep it on topic and just use this tread as information or add useful information. Not who is right and wrong and start the argument again. It can be useful for new players wanting some help.
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  16. Johansen is offline Banned
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  17. Baldy is offline Wibble Wobble
      
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    Okay anymore arguments and this thread is closed and members involved are dealt with accordingly.

    Thanks
    Baldred
    Another insightful post by Baldy!!

    "Life is like a slush puppy, the longer you leave things the more they melt"


  18. mustow is offline Burnt-out Shell
    Location: aussie
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    wat is hardcore mode ??

  19. Johansen is offline Banned
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    Quote Originally Posted by mustow »
    wat is hardcore mode ??
    hardcore mode changes the driving and make it more realistic, it makes it possible to drift properly and changes the gravity of the car. it will be avaible to use when u reach champion level, on the 360 version u need to download it first.

 

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