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post #16 of 24 Old 03-10-2006, 12:23 AM
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I've drifted through a gravel parking lot. kept it sideway for a good 75 - 100 ft [with a row of cars on both sides] and then ran outa room.
but this wasn't in my car. I was a valet at the time. I know "boo" on me. but I was younger and stupid and not very considerate.
BTW, valet parking is a very cool job
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HAHAAHAH where do I sign up for that job!

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HAHAAHAH where do I sign up for that job!

Lol you need to have a license for that one AWD !Laugh! Just playn with ya. Any word on ticket/getting your car back?

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My friend just about crapped his pants.
you better watch out!

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its extremely difficult to drift a 4wd as it was created so it doenst skid! but there are ways to break traction in 4wds - makes it easier if you have a heavily rear biased differential. also rear LSD is a must must. then you MUST learn to break traction. easiest way is to steer your car the opp direction of the bend then steer into the direction and it will loose traction. from there it's all up to you - lots of rear power will help as mentioned before
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This is the part that you need for making the car RWD.

http://www.rocketrally.com/website/i...ath=39_174_270
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This is the part that you need for making the car RWD.

http://www.rocketrally.com/website/i...ath=39_174_270
I'm not for it mainly because it takes away from subaru's integrity. AWD is one of the main reasons I chose Subaru, are there a lot of people who go this path?

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I'm not for it mainly because it takes away from subaru's integrity. AWD is one of the main reasons I chose Subaru
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Gravel..Sure, Dirt...Sure, butTarmac... You really need a serious amount of speed(scary speed) and skill. Its not glamorous either, because the front wheels are pulling along w/ rear, therefore you don't get that oversteer that looks so flashy(the car looks straight). At slow speeds nope, only H.B. Pivots.
Im glad that I have those front wheels grabbin for rallyx.

Freakin do the stuff on a track


fix the nut behind the wheel
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