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> Gran Turismo PSP discussion, you can discuss drift scores, best times, ask for advic
DRIFTGEAR
Posted: Oct 8 2009, 06:29 PM


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here you can say what you think about the game, ask for help, compare your drift scores or best times, ect.
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Posted: Oct 10 2009, 07:12 PM


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why is dirfitng so diffuclut int his game.. again?
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Posted: Oct 10 2009, 08:37 PM


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QUOTE (BlackSubaru @ 1 hour, 25 minutes ago)
why is dirfitng so diffuclut int his game.. again?

i find this game easier to drift in comparison to the other Gran Turismo Series
Phantom_R32
Posted: Oct 10 2009, 10:13 PM


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I have an easy time drifting in this game compared to GT4.

GT3 is still the easiest to drift in for me. (sim tires) laugh.gif
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Posted: Oct 11 2009, 08:36 AM


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im either all over the place, or i cant get the car to lose grip. i cant even throttle control the damn things.
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i bought a tvr t350 specifically for drifting. super easyyy on s1 tires.

turn in, power ON!

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Posted: Oct 12 2009, 04:43 PM


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anybody know a good drift setting shifty2.gif
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i just buy a medium wheelbase FR car with about 350hp. i just mess around with my tire setup from there:) haha
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Has anyone tried drift on that really twisty long snow course? It's great!. I'm gonna make this post fun. If anyone else has, do you have a higher score than 28 thousand points? If yours is lower I challenge you to get a higher score and post it
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Posted: Oct 13 2009, 03:36 AM


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i bought the blitz er34 just 4 drifting so damn hard, i know i can get a at least a 1000 drift points but when im sliding a lot & keep over steer like shit

& i just bought a subaru gt wrx & it sucks (personally i think) & just a question any1 tried racing nurburgring track with 99 laps makes it sound like 24hr la mans

plus i have a bad habit of pretending im clarkson or hamster from top gear when im doing the challenges, gives me a top gear feel (yes i know it sounds retarded)
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QUOTE (N643 @ Today, 3:36 AM)
i bought the blitz er34 just 4 drifting so damn hard, i know i can get a at least a 1000 drift points but when im sliding a lot & keep over steer like shit

& i just bought a subaru gt wrx & it sucks (personally i think) & just a question any1 tried racing nurburgring track with 99 laps makes it sound like 24hr la mans

plus i have a bad habit of pretending im clarkson or hamster from top gear when im doing the challenges, gives me a top gear feel (yes i know it sounds retarded)

no, it sounds like 24hrs of nurburgring lol
DRIFTGEAR
Posted: Oct 13 2009, 04:42 PM


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Try the supra or rx7 for drift. If thats not your feel then try the Evo.
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QUOTE (DRIFTGEAR @ Yesterday, 11:10 PM)
Has anyone tried drift on that really twisty long snow course? It's great!. I'm gonna make this post fun. If anyone else has, do you have a higher score than 28 thousand points? If yours is lower I challenge you to get a higher score and post it

whats the regulation, open track or single competition?
DRIFTGEAR
Posted: Oct 15 2009, 06:51 PM


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Its full lap drift. Not section drift, If that was your question.
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Posted: Oct 15 2009, 11:33 PM


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my new drift car is my HONDA E VAN that thing is F**KING dope as hell 4 drifting
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Posted: Oct 16 2009, 09:21 AM


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That's chill man. I haven't played gt psp for a while now. Ever since I beat all of the tests
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Posted: Oct 21 2009, 01:23 AM


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Now my best is 34 thousand with Evo3
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Posted: Nov 30 2009, 07:41 AM


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Lol, I seem to have a policy of drifting on asphault instead :X .

So far I mainly drift on Autumn Ring Mini, Motorland, Beginner Course, Fuji Speedway 2005, Suzuka East course(shortest one) and Tsukuba.

Highest scores would be 15 and 14k. Around 15000 with the NISMO Fairlady Z Z-tune and 14000 with the Amuse S2000 GT-1 on Motorland course. I didn't quick tune my cars but I used :

MT,
N1/N1 Set tires,
TCS set to off,
ASM off,
Active steering set to off, and
physics Professional.

laugh.gif
xeoreg
Posted: Dec 3 2009, 07:54 AM


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lol any TA'ers here?
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Posted: Dec 10 2009, 06:41 AM


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QUOTE (xeoreg @ Dec 3 2009, 07:54 AM)
lol any TA'ers here?

I don't think so....
Try GTPlanet perhaps?
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The cars that worked best for me were Lancia Stratos Rally & Viper GTS.
I have scored 45.000 points with both of them in Tahiti Maze, Gran Canyon & the long ice track.. wink2.gif
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Drifting is pretty simple in the game. I suggest using the Suzuka Circuit (East course) as a practice course

1. Install Normal (N1) tires
2. turn off any driving assists
3. Leave suspension at default and reduce weight (power is your choice)

I find the Nismo Z33 easy to drift.

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xeoreg  Posted on Dec 3 2009, 07:54 AM    lol any TA'ers here?


Here! I usually do TAs in Tsukuba, Nurburgring, and Suzuka smile.gif



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