Friday, February 15, 2008

Drift Car Suggestion


Now if you had been following this blog since day one, then you know that one of the very first thing I told you to do is to pick a rear wheel drive car. It's much easier to drift a rear wheel drive car than the front wheel drive cars or all wheel drive cars. I've even suggested some of the cars to go with like 240sx, Mustang, Camaro, 350zx, and so forth.

The car I probably would highly recommend to you is a Nissan 240sx. Why? because this is the basis of all drift car or should I say the genesis of drift cars. They are relatively inexpensive and you can drift the car straight away without any modifications whatsoever. Also there are lots of aftermarket parts to choose like the engines, brakes, suspension, seats, turbos, and much more. You will be bombarded with arrays of parts that you'll go crazy after a while. The good thing about this is that you have a lot to choose from and that also means that there are cheap parts that you can get so you don't have to spend so much money on aftermarket parts.

It is amazing how versatile the 240sx is because this car can be pretty much what you want it to be. If you want it as a drift car that would be perfect or drift car that is also a daily beater fine as well. You can also make this car a track monster if you want it to be so there are endless of possibilities for this car.

So if you want to start out drifting, this would be the car of choice because those points I mentioned above is what it is. The Nissan 240sx is a car of choice for either the Pro drifters as well as the beginners.

1 comment:

blueberry said...

I've tried the Nissan of my friend. The brake is working perfectly for drifting.
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