Shift Drifting infos and Tuning examples Jun 4, 2011 4:13:34 GMT
Post by revit on Jun 4, 2011 4:13:34 GMT
Thanks bro, will do over the weekend
Well, to be honest i went to several drift forums, like for real cars and got what they all use as base toe, castor and camber settings and played with them in shift2 and with the RTR to try get it going where i wanted it.. The rear sway bar surprised me the most, it does have a huge effect on rear wheel steering on power application, same as the steering lock setting, both tuned together will get you around most corners nicely. in fact these 2 things as well as tire pressure and gear ratios are the only things i change between tracks now...
The big thing is the high revving engines are harder to handle than the slower revving big v8's. The high revving ricers are so hard to tune, that RTR tune i've had too refine heaps, and has been my biggest head ache, i wanna nail ebisu in DMAC's AE86 and my AE86, both are different to tune but shitte loads of fun to try tame...
Also trying to get a Camaro tuned on Horse Thief atm, that track is so bumpy and got weird ass cambers it reminds me of Ebisu for big cars, lol.
I'll jump on the WR site later, not sure how i'll go, i have to be honest all my practice is about getting it smooth and not points up until now, lol.