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|18th March 2008, 00:33||#76|
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Wow ghost! This is solid gold!! Downloaded it and have been immersed for the last 1 hr...just fantastic.
|18th March 2008, 10:24||#77|
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Lot of effort has gone into this. Thanks for sharing.
|20th March 2008, 18:30||#79|
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|21st March 2008, 19:49||#80|
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I have one query - what is the difference between a four wheel drift and a normal two -wheel drift part from the fact that the four wheel drift can only be done in AWD cars. Can AWD cars also do other types of drifts apart from the four wheel drfts.
|22nd March 2008, 07:20||#81|
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A four wheel drift would require all four wheels to break traction (therefore you need an AWD)
A two wheel drift requires only two wheels (usually the rear/driven wheels) to break traction.
For a simpler comparison, lets say 4-wheel drifts are more commonly seen in drit/snow rally stages where the whole car is going sideways, and 2-wheel drifts are seen in the typical drift competitions where it appears like the tail is pivoting around the front wheels which have more traction.
AWD cars can do other types of drifts as well, depending on the (sometimes manually adjustable) power/torque split between front and rear wheels, techniques of weight transfer etc...
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|13th October 2009, 08:57||#83|
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i'm novice to car riding.. but i defly enjoy the drift action in movies - bought a original Tokyo Drift DVD for the pleasure of viewing it at my time.
Now, i'm not sure when i'll do it on my own.. but sure its so kicking to read the action.
May be one day..
|23rd December 2009, 18:16||#84|
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HI Ghostrider ,
Would you be able to please get me an article on how to do wheeling - i mean lifting the front wheels when starting in car's and jeep's please .
|29th January 2010, 01:19||#85|
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@ghostrider: that is one helluva manual mate! thanks a million for putting up for us! i'm gonna apply those things in NFS Pro Street and Shift (coz i can't race on the streets)
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