23 May 2010
Drifting Techniques - How to drift
o Shift Lock Drift
If travel is approached, the driver downshifts and reduced speed to slow transmission. The clutch is then released to make the rear wheel brake locks the moment and so they lose their grip.
o Heel And Toe Shifting
For initiating this type of technique, as the name suggests, the technique requires the use of heel and toe. The driver is required to press the brakes with the right foot, while at the same time pressing the clutch using the left foot. The toes and the heel slides over to the accelerator for revving the engine up before down shifting the vehicle. With this technique, there will be smooth downshifting without the vehicle being jolted.
O Clutch Kick Drift
while the driver is approaching again, the linkage is rpm and downshifts are increased. The pilot then releases the clutch, it has a power and provides a smooth surge that makes the rear wheel losing traction. It is a technique fundamental driver. Brake-Based Drifting Techniques
o Braking Drift
When the driver enters the turn, the brakes are applied to push the car's weight to the front wheels, it makes the back wheels to rise losing its traction. The driver then uses a combination of braking and shifting for holding the drift without locking up the back wheels.
o E-Brake Drift
This is a basic drifting technique. When the driver enters a turn, he pulls the emergency brake locking the back wheels. He then steers into the turn and the back end swings out causing a drift.
o Long Slide Drift
This technique results in a long straight line when approaching a curve. At speeds of up to 100 km / h, the pilot pulls the emergency brake during a drift opening while keeping it in the corner. This method is fairly simple to enter the drift.
Other Drifting Techniques
o Choku-Dori (Swaying Drift)
As the name suggests, give the appearance of oscillation. Begins to drift a long straight approach in turn. When the car starts to drift, the drift control is used to maintain the form of action from side to side, which is why the car bends his back end.
o Kansei Drift
Entering a corner at high speed, the accelerator pedal is suddenly released by the driver to shift the weight over the front wheels, the opening of this drift the rear tires lose traction. This method opens a drift.
o Power Over Drift
For this drift, the driver accelerates into and through the entire turn making the back end swinging out as the weight shifts on exit. A lot of horsepower is required for this drifting technique.
o Feint Drift
To achieve this trend, the technique requires that the driver steers the car off the curve on the approach, pushing the vehicle weight to the outside wheels. The driver quickly runs back in the corner. When the car's suspension began again, the reaction is very fast and the weight is moved very quickly to a sudden end Back to the opening of a shift.
o Jump Drift
Entering a turn, the driver bounces the inside rear tire in the air moving sidewalk to the car's weight to the wheels out to induce a loss of traction, this method raises the drift.
o Dirt Drop Drift
For initiating this drift, the driver drops the rear tires off the race course into the dirt. This method helps initiating a drift and maintaining a speed for holding a drift through multiple turns, the drift angle can also be increased during a single turn.