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  • How to drift in FH3

    Need help i cant do drifts as well as i use to in FH2
    classics all the way

  • #2
    What assists do you have turned on/off? What car are you using? Have you tuned it or tried downloading a drift-spec tune?

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    • #3
      All right look man there lots of ways you can do this all right. Handbraking is the easiest so the first thing I want you to do, I want you to rip that E-Brake all right. After you rip that E-Brake then I want you to power over.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Hiro View Post
        What assists do you have turned on/off? What car are you using? Have you tuned it or tried downloading a drift-spec tune?
        Abs off manual without the clutch same as i had it in FH2
        classics all the way

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        • #5
          Originally posted by TheCaptain View Post
          All right look man there lots of ways you can do this all right. Handbraking is the easiest so the first thing I want you to do, I want you to rip that E-Brake all right. After you rip that E-Brake then I want you to power over.
          So down shift and hit the redline for instant power
          classics all the way

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          • #6
            Also i use an ae86
            classics all the way

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Ethan_Woody View Post

              Abs off manual without the clutch same as i had it in FH2
              ABS doesn't really matter for drifting, TC and SCS are much more important to have turned off

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Hiro View Post

                ABS doesn't really matter for drifting, TC and SCS are much more important to have turned off
                Any assistaned braking and steering is off
                classics all the way

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                • #9
                  Also use a brz and 2010 camero
                  classics all the way

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Ethan_Woody View Post

                    So down shift and hit the redline for instant power
                    I just grabbed a Tokyo Drift quote

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Hiro View Post

                      ABS doesn't really matter for drifting, TC and SCS are much more important to have turned off
                      ok what upgrades should i have
                      classics all the way

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by Ethan_Woody View Post

                        ok what upgrades should i have
                        There's no one specific setup that works for everyone. Find a car that you like that is nice and taily but at the same time doesn't spin out at the drop of a hat, and work from there. Long wheelbase helps with holding a skid, but you need a car with decent steering angle too (a SWB car will spin very easily). AWD _can_ be a negative too as it adds too much understeer

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by Hiro View Post

                          There's no one specific setup that works for everyone. Find a car that you like that is nice and taily but at the same time doesn't spin out at the drop of a hat, and work from there. Long wheelbase helps with holding a skid, but you need a car with decent steering angle too (a SWB car will spin very easily). AWD _can_ be a negative too as it adds too much understeer
                          iv been useing a camaro and brz
                          classics all the way

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