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Not bad, since i can not post vids of my drifts im not going to talk shit... My fav's to drift with are the RX7, AE86, Silvia S14, 350z, and some others... but those are my primary weapons of choice in the game...
 

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Damn you Windows users! :(
 

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:( i thought i was actualy going to see a GT3 911 Porche Cup car drift!.. (now that would be impresive) seeing as how they tend to spin out the first secod you get the back end just alital bit ahead of the front, it would have ben cool. oh well.. cool vid any ways:ugh3: :ughcool:
 

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i stopped downloading porn for that!!:disappoin

J/K it kept me entertained for all of 1 minute and about 24 seconds, and in the end, thats whats important:thumbup:
 

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looked cool...but uhmm...the DC2 ITR drifing :disappoin:

Keri
 

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ripley's99 said:
looked cool...but uhmm...the DC2 ITR drifing :disappoin:

Keri
:lol: Just proving that in a video game, anything is possible! :lol:

But there is a DC2 in florida that was converted to RWD and drifts with an open diff... pretty crazy.
 

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ripley's99 said:
looked cool...but uhmm...the DC2 ITR drifing :disappoin:

Keri
thats what i was thinking :lol:
its cool to see german cars drift... seen too much drifts by jap cars :rolleyes:
 

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That was pretty cool CamryPunk. You need to change your avatar though, lol. That is way too weird!
 

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very nice vid :thumbup: I especially liked the AE86 that pulled a drift following a blue Toyota Echo....looked ~1ft away from the Echo bumper

Now I gotta try GT3 drifting...
 

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Wicked. Just curious, is all this done through the controller or through a wheel? I find it hard-as-ass to make fine little steering/throttle inputs with something like a controller. Think I'd do better with a wheel/pedals?
 

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Nope, I just use the analog "sticks" on the controller.

The right "stick" is the steering and the left is for accel/decel. It takes some time to get used to but it works 100x better.

A little tip, if you get a lot of understeer as you're drifting or sliding, tap the ebrake, should get you back on the correct line and it will help you continue the momentum of the drift.
 

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funny, I hear from a lot of ppl who play driving games that they prefer a wheel or using the analog sticks (for PS2). However, I tend to do a whole lot better just using the D-pad and buttons... :dunno:

I've mastered the art of accel-brake-Dpad-accel(feather)-Dpad-accel drifitng on any driving game:D
 

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CamryPunk said:
The right "stick" is the steering and the left is for accel/decel. It takes some time to get used to but it works 100x better.
That's my GT2 setup, as there's no analog control for the regular buttons. I'll keep that in mind :)
 
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