My friend has a 240SX and drifts in it all the time (its rear wheel
I got a 1998 Dodge Neon sport (DOHC engine 150 horse) and I was wondering how I can drift. Is there a technique to it or its just possible only with rearwheel drive cars?
Oh god, don't do it, but you just get up to speed and throw on the hand brake
it doesnt do anytihng
just makes the back of the car give out a grinding sound
other than that does nothing
maybe i gota turn the wheel
and can this be done on dry pavement?
or it has to be wet?
Im now gonna wait for the day when you go and try to drift in your local parking lot and go right into a pole. make sure to take pics when it happens :thumbs:
It is a helluva lot easier if it is wet
lol drift and neon is the same sentence. :laughing:
I hope you like replacing tires sooner.
If you do this often, you will face that possiblility.
No shit sherlock lol :screwy: :laughing:
Well, didn't want to see a maintainance thread asking why his tires were shot after only 15000 miles. :laughing:
my tires i dont care
im gona get better ones soon
besides winter coming i have little thread left anyhow
i just want to have some fun
and i can control my car
just gota figure out how to do it
maybe my handbrake needs replacing?
well i was doing it today on dry pavement
i have a little fun with it
since its fal there is gona be more rain so il do it more then
besides when tires are skidding on wet pavement there is less thread coming off than on dry pavement
That is true, but it still takes a toll on the tires (i noticed that last winter when my bike tire was smooth/treadless even from sliding on wet/icy pavement). Just be careful and dont hurt yourself or your car :thumbs:
last I remember they called it tread :screwy:
What are you Talking about due? It's called Thread DUH! :screwy:
just cant wait till it rains
i talked to some people and they said that throwing the handbrake while drifting can set off the alignment on the brakes
its really fun though
cant wait until there is some wetness
and i cant quite get this
i throw the handbrake my rear tires kick out
i cant get the speed of it down
because i forget to take the handbrake off and just start turning the wheel
im sure il get it
but besides tires is it gona mess up my car or no
and what about this whole brake alignment tihng
well i don't know if it will screw something up or not but i am sure it won't help so i would do it too many times.
yea i did it about 50 times just today
gota lay off of it before my car ends up in a tree because my brakes failed
Or until you smash someone's car from behind like you almost did today to
Vlad's Camry a couple of times...
Btw, what nerve pulling up to an 03 RSX Manual and screeching your tires at him as if you'd stay anywhere near him if you were to race! :laughing:
i came nowhere close to hitting vlad
well that one time when we were going down the golf courses with that wet spot
cant wait till it rains im gona have a blast
see you on the blacktop
com on i hav a 97 neon sedan and i drift all the time!:thumbs:
Wow...you are years late
I hate:banghead: FWD tring to drift. it just ruins the sport. but good luck wit that flatspot on ur rear tires :laughing:
Are you looking back at this thread with fond memories of your pure and blissful ignorance?
unfortunately yes :laughing:
Ah well...we all have to start somewhere I guess lol
-.- you cannot drift in a fwd cars... all you are doing is locking your rear tires and sliding. but try that on dirt roads or wait for winter for real fun
Hey when you find the perfect technique, let me know so I can drift my Integra . . . . . . or NOT........................................... dumb@$$