Tim_the_Enchanter wrote:That's some impressive drifting...low power front wheel drive...that takes skill!
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I used to be able to enduce lift throttle oversteer in my old autocross Civic at will. That suspension was tuned a little to 'highstrung' for the roads of my former hometown of Detroit though. Disconnected front swaybar, Supspension Techniques rear sway bar, uprated adjustable shocks, and higher rated rear springs than front and about 5 times stronger than stock, 3 degrees front camber and zero rear camber. Limited slip diff, old race tires and quick hands made it a blast to drive, especially in the wet. Had almost 2 times the stock power too. Was like driving a Super1600 rally car in a tarmac rally. The thing was it was a blast with hardly a bend of traffic laws.
I had to crash that Honda Not related to dumb/dangerous driving, got stuck in a 9 car accident on a highway on ramp.