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This is a discussion on drifting within the Comparison: WRX vs World forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; have any of u guys ever drifted(awd)----i know stupid ?---but i just want to see----im after the ***** 'll flip...

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    drifting

    have any of u guys ever drifted(awd)----i know stupid ?---but i just want to see----im after the ***** 'll flip

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    nope..won't find any interest at all in drifting in here. What is that, when your not paying attention behind the wheel and drift from lane to lane?
    Totally stock...yep uh huh :P

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    Haha Driver, nice avatar!
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    Drift!!

    Dude,
    just turn from a straight road and punch it, your car will drift.....just watch for the curbs....

    i do it all the time, turning onto a side street from a major street, punch it and drift away....sweet!!!!
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    Will that work in a stock WRX. I noticed you have a stage 4 so you might have enough power to be able to drift like that with your technique. And I assume before you turn you would have to be in boost territory to be able to get that kind of punch when coming out of the turn.

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    I've done some drifts and I'm totally stock. It's fun, but you need to be careful.
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    the best place to do it is any dirt road that is smooth from alot of driving id did it today

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    It also helps to have RE-92's. Just make sure that you have plenty of room and there is no one else around to hit.
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    Hehe, I came pretty close to a curb on my way to work one day. I made a hard left under acceleration onto this little side street, fortunately everything turned out ok Looking back, it was probably a pretty stupid thing to do, but man was it fun!

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    I'd say go to a big empty parking lot to practice before trying it on the street. The street has lost of nasty stuff like curbs, medians, poles and French people, all of which will get in your way.
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    Look, even when I was stock it was easy and fun!

    Hit a corner in your boost zone, or downshfit.....come in easy and at the appex....punch it.....and steer out of it....


    Its not that hard!!

    Just beware of your surrondings and be cautious as you slide.

    When the AWD pulls you out the first time, you will be hooked and find every way possible to make her slide.....

    Have fun and drive careful


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    I find it helps if there is a little bit of sand on the road. Although dirt roads are the easiest.

    Drifting is addictive.

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