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> Grip vs Drift
Trueno86
  Posted: Dec 31 2004, 01:19 PM


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I wonder which one do you think is better. Me personally I like drift.Does the style you drive change your speed???
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Posted: Dec 31 2004, 06:25 PM


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You can't drift in this game. The squealing tires just mean your turning hard, not drifting.
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Posted: Jan 1 2005, 10:16 PM


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so when im going at hight speed on akagi with my FD and i slide heaps...thats jus hard turning....??? when i out it in 2nd person view it looks like its drifting to me.....same with the capp on akina???
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Posted: Jan 2 2005, 12:01 AM


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It's called powersliding. Maybe an exception is the Capp but I don't know. I've never seen one do Akina in 3rd person.
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Posted: Jan 2 2005, 05:33 AM


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powersliding is still counted as a drift....according to the drift king its called "power drift"
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Posted: Jan 2 2005, 07:56 PM


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This is disscussed alot when it comes to racing

drift- you brake early and gain alot of speed during the corner
grip- either you can brake normally or keep the same speed depending the corner
I like grip
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Posted: Jan 2 2005, 09:44 PM


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but what about when u do 3rd person view in akina snow and ur "driftin" i think
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Posted: Jan 2 2005, 10:44 PM


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i perfer drift then grip because if u grip the road u could spin out ot hit the guard rail
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Posted: Jan 3 2005, 12:45 AM


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QUOTE (Saito @ Jan 2 2005, 09:33 PM)
powersliding is still counted as a drift....according to the drift king its called "power drift"

OK. Then maybe you can drift.
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Posted: Jan 3 2005, 01:16 AM


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hahahaha.....and yes of course u are drifting in snow......i dun think any car can get grip on snow....unless u got heaps of big spikes of some sought on ur wheels....lol
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Posted: Jan 3 2005, 11:44 AM


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drifting owns happy.gif
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Posted: Jan 3 2005, 11:48 AM


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Technically, you can't drift. TECHNICALLY. Most people just refer to it as Initial D drifting (well after a LONG argument, that's the conclusion they come to.)
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Posted: Jan 4 2005, 12:34 AM


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hahahaha......but i still try the heal toe technique...lol.....i jus end up hitting in the walls.....DAMMIT!!!
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Posted: Jan 4 2005, 04:59 PM


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QUOTE (Saito @ Jan 4 2005, 01:34 AM)
hahahaha......but i still try the heal toe technique...lol.....i jus end up hitting in the walls.....DAMMIT!!!

Heel Toe is based on RACING. This doesn't necesarilly mean it's for drifting. You can heal toe and still grip. In fact, that's what most drivers do anyways.
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Posted: Jan 5 2005, 03:23 PM


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both techniques work just depends on the car I use both but prefer drifting. Which is next to impossible most of the time unless you know the coarse and the car very well. Best car for both is the FC it is almost as fast as the FD and hase 90 times better handling.
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Posted: Jan 5 2005, 04:18 PM


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QUOTE (Kenzo @ Jan 5 2005, 04:23 PM)
both techniques work just depends on the car I use both but prefer drifting. Which is next to impossible most of the time unless you know the coarse and the car very well. Best car for both is the FC it is almost as fast as the FD and hase 90 times better handling.

Ok before you say you "drift" in this game, let me get this straight. YOU CAN'T DRIFT IN THIS GAME. The only car that comes close is the Capp, but that't it.
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Posted: Jan 5 2005, 04:43 PM


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3rd person view is horrible seems like everything is in slow motion but some people drive like that i dont see how but more power to em
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Posted: Jan 5 2005, 07:47 PM


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oh well i guess u do have a point Kraz.....
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Posted: Nov 26 2005, 08:56 AM


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i can drift the coners on all tracks even happo and iro, myogi is the best if you and a friend want to do some team drifting, and heel toe does work you just need to downshift with it and sometimes put it in 2nd for second to shift-lock.
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Posted: Nov 28 2005, 05:44 AM


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Not trying to be rude or flame, but how can you mess up a heel toe with no clutch. Aren't you just left-foot braking with your foot sideways. I do (not on purpose) and it isn't much different than a normal left-foot brake. And if you mess up it isn't like its gonna stall out or anything. Just wondering... whistling.gif
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Posted: Nov 28 2005, 07:12 AM


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QUOTE (Hachi @ Yesterday at 12:53 AM)
i can drift the coners on all tracks even happo and iro, myogi is the best if you and a friend want to do some team drifting, and heel toe does work you just need to downshift with it and sometimes put it in 2nd for second to shift-lock.

worship.gif woah u r too pro!! u can drift! w00t2.gif shyt man i wanna be just like u!! holy crap u even shift lock!! shyt heel and toe worship.gif u noe how awesome that looks on initial d machiness with no clutch!! woah! awesomeness blink.gif
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Posted: Nov 28 2005, 08:28 AM


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^^^^dude your a jackass dont hate on me cause your a wall raping no0b and i actually have some skill, i'd smoke anything you drive anyways nuts.gif
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QUOTE (project_desire @ Today at 5:41 AM)
Not trying to be rude or flame, but how can you mess up a heel toe with no clutch. Aren't you just left-foot braking with your foot sideways. I do (not on purpose) and it isn't much different than a normal left-foot brake. And if you mess up it isn't like its gonna stall out or anything. Just wondering... whistling.gif

no I use my right foot and i tap the brake with my toe and heel the gas. MY GOD WHAT A BUNCH OF F*@KEN NO0BS!!!!!! rant.gif
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Posted: Nov 28 2005, 09:46 AM


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He can use what ever foot he wants, if he can coordinate both actions syncronously then lucky him. Dont flame him coz he can do it.. as if it really matters on the game. Your times wont change a bit if u use heel-toe doesn't it? Just stick what you're used to. If you wanna try heel-toe then its your choice.
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its nice too see not everyone is not a hater

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