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has anyone drifted their Honda?

Discussion in 'Racing and Driving Techniques' started by civicsiserge, May 22, 2009.

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  1. civicsiserge

    civicsiserge New Member

    So I went fishing today and on our way back my brother had to take a leak, so I pulled into an empty parking lot which was supposed to be overflow parking for a lake, but there was no one there cause there was still snow on the road that leads to the lake, so I decided to try some drifting. I know you can't drift well in a front wheel drive car, but I tried anyway. I noticed that I can only do about half a circle and then it stops drifting even though I'm still turning inwards and accelerating. I'm thinking it's because it's losing speed as I'm drifting...? Has anyone on here tried drifting their Honda? I know this sounds funny...drifting a Honda...but it's a lot of fun. I don't know if it would do well on a track because it's hard to control...but I have an 87 mr2 that I heard does pretty well.
  2. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin

    I drift my Honda all the time.
  3. Briansol

    Briansol Admins Admin

    drifting is not the same as e-brake sliding. simply put, it can't be done in a fwd car... no matter how many images clayton is going to post of the EF. lol
  4. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin

    I drift my truck too. Oops- both it and the Honda are RWD. :D
  5. Airjockie

    Airjockie Watanabe Whore!!!

  6. phyregod

    phyregod !!YTINASNI

    To "drift" a fwd car, you need a shit load of speed a low traction enviornment (wet, ice, whatever).. Then you can go fake it while everyone laughs at you.

    Or a pair of trays under the rear wheels E-braked into place, lol..
    YouTube - Honda Drift ,,,,

    This guy is serious about it.. But he is a professional driver with a vehicle set up to do fwd "drifting".. Probably insanely hard compound rear tires and drag slicks up front.

    YouTube - Civic FWD drifting

    All in all, you can slide corners pretty well, but its always going to look stupid.
  7. awptickes

    awptickes unimpressed by you

    Clayton, post up that video.
  8. cjvictoria

    cjvictoria New Member

    that civic above looks like it was a real rwd car the way it was drifting like that.. kinda cool
  9. Korax

    Korax New Member

    That is the only FWD to ever make D1 I believe.
  10. 95b16coupe

    95b16coupe New Member

    if you want to have some fun with your honda, grab a couple of plastic trays from mcdonalds. put them under the rear wheels. lock the ebrake. drive around really fast.
  11. phyregod

    phyregod !!YTINASNI

    Layer the trays. They melt fast. :ph34r:
  12. phunky.buddha

    phunky.buddha Admin with a big stick Admin

    He's still running the rear tires square... but I guess there could be some advantages to certain styles of drift since he can keep the rears locked while still putting power down at the front. You can't do that if you're e-braking all the time in a RWD car.

    Then again, if you're e-braking all the time in a RWD car to drift, you're a n00b.
  13. awptickes

    awptickes unimpressed by you

  14. civicsiserge

    civicsiserge New Member

    yeah the tray thing looks boring compared to what I was doing the other day...it causes your rear end to slip, but you have no front end slippage.
  15. 95b16coupe

    95b16coupe New Member

    ummm...yeah. you don't want front end slippage. thats just sliding out of control. if you are drifting, you have front and rear control and not really slipping.
  16. civicsiserge

    civicsiserge New Member

    front end slippage is sliding out of control?? so i was drifting at around 40 miles an hour...can you tell me how I stop my front end from slipping so that i can control my drift? I'm confused.
  17. 95b16coupe

    95b16coupe New Member

    the reason you cant "drift" in a front wheel drive is because you can't control the momentum. you start a slide and just slide until you run out of speed. you can't really steer it either. thats why rwd dominates most motor sports. the power wheels aren't used for steering.

    you can "drift" an evo before you can drift a civic.
  18. Jizared97

    Jizared97 Well-Known Member

    Especially when you can adjust where all the torque and acceleration goes. There is a subie in D1
  19. Battle Pope

    Battle Pope New Member

    Facepalming in a dumb thread.

    The only Honda able to drift is the S2000.
  20. 95b16coupe

    95b16coupe New Member

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