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#1   2012-04-15 13:46          
Hello guys, i'm wondering which engine is the best for a drift car in SLRR. So i think you could help me. Please tell me what engines you use in your drift cars. And please give me the link to that engine too ;) Thx

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#2   2012-04-15 16:45          
Any engine with RWD transmission and good with HP

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#3   2012-04-15 16:53          
rwd and good TQ..
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#4   2012-04-15 20:29          
Out of all the engines I have, I find that TimEK's RB26 and 4A-GE and Stanok83's NA8C are the best. Then again, I only have 5 engines installed.

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#5   2012-04-18 02:35          
Jok3rs upgraded JZGTE is good....I actually edited some javas and broke the engines in to kits and stages stock (non-turbo)thru stage 4 turbo...bout to ask for his permission to release

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#6   2012-04-20 06:16          
TimEK9's 4age and rb26...
but more important is suspension... I suggest misterSIR adjustable suspension
Basic of speed.
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#7   2012-04-20 12:35          
mrsir suspension is so offscale i cant be bothered even trying to get it scripted properly into cars it too big
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#8   2012-04-20 14:10          
I just tried the 4a-ge in a light-weight s13....horrible. I agree with the others tho. If you edit the cars weight distribution that helps alot too

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#9   2013-03-16 12:46          
My suggestions for you about how to make a driftcar would if you either want a car with too much power to 'drift' or how it should be that you put a quite powerful engine into a random car that the suspension isn´t too stiff. If you would be going for the 2nd you take a car that you know comes with a engine powerful enough (base model of the Einvagen/a car that is based on the Einvagen cars/comes with the Einvagen engine at dealers) and just change the gearbox that it has RWD instead of FWD. You could always try to drift with FWD but then it is ass-dragging, which probably isn´t really what some people call drifting but atleast you go sideways and drifting. If you rather prefer a AWD (kinda cheating but that´s IMO), buy the top version of the Duhen cars.


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#10   2013-05-06 11:22          
V6 AWD have better control


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#11   2013-05-06 11:29          
RWD ONLY :P With AWD it's too easy. Get more steering lock angle with SLRR editor for huge drift angles and get 2JZ with 500-1000+ HP. Go big or go home :D Get SLRR Editor > Edit wheels > "When I tell the car to turn, this wheel will turn" make it from 45 to 65 or as much as you feel comfortable with :P

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#12   2013-05-06 12:14          
# E-Bullet : RWD ONLY :P With AWD it's too easy. Get more steering lock angle with SLRR editor for huge drift angles and get 2JZ with 500-1000+ HP. Go big or go home :D Get SLRR Editor > Edit wheels > "When I tell the car to turn, this wheel will turn" make it from 45 to 65 or as much as you feel comfortable with :P
Ok I'll try it out


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#13   2013-05-06 12:21          
My old SLRR Drift video. Angle was 55.

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#14   2013-05-06 18:46          
For me best drift engine is Nissan V6 TT. Over 1000HP if you want, and awd-rwd drive.

# E-Bullet : My old SLRR Drift video. Angle was 55.

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#15   2013-05-06 21:06          
Every time i try do this i lose control of my car and hit the wall. :(

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#16   2013-05-07 00:32          
I like BB93's EJ/25TTsti engine. Thing is a beast when fully tuned. Switch the racing tranny to full rear power or 85 rear 15 front. :D

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#17   2013-05-07 05:39          
I have an RB30 (rescripted TimEK9's RB26) that works pretty well. 600HP, controllable torque curve.

I also rescripted MisterSir's rotary recently. Maybe I'll post my edited version.

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#18   2013-05-07 09:25          
i use the 2jzgte for my drifting

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#19   2013-05-07 14:47          
The Mazda Rotary Engine is my favourite drift machine!! :D

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#20   2013-05-07 20:26          
MAzda NA8C with stage 1 turbo on max......it has really high rpm,and you can do nice drift in 3rd gear,and in 4th you can do high speed drift....just don't put big wheels on car (17 is great combination with NA8C).. :D

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#21   2017-04-23 16:58          
I'm using TimEK9's 4A-GE and RB26 with front: Enula wry mcpherson struts, wry 3300 shocks and bilstein springs
rear: Adjustable rear trailing arms, wry 3000 shocks and blistein springs

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I'm using TimEK9's 4A-GE and RB26 with front: Enula wry mcpherson struts, wry 3300 shocks and bilstein springs
rear: Adjustable rear trailing arms, wry 3000 shocks and blistein springs

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#22   2017-04-24 04:46          
I'm using SR20