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Swaying Drift

 

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Swaying Drift

1. Enter a turn at medium to high speed to perform this drift.

2. Turn your wheels away from the turn. 

3. Hold in the release button on your E-Brake and pull up your brake sharply, then quickly release (e-brake is held up for only about 1 second). If using a RWD car, clutch in while pulling your E-Brake.

4. When you feel the vehicle’s rear end kicking out, immediately countersteer the wheels to face straight with the road. Your vehicle will pull in the direction of the front wheels, as long as the wheels are still moving. Keep on the throttle.

5. Your vehicle will now be sliding sideways in an angle away from the turn you wish to make.

6. When you want to turn your vehicle back into the direction of the turn you wish to make, let off the throttle quickly and completely. By letting off the throttle quickly, your vehicle will snap back in the opposite direction. Once your vehicle is at its desired angle, get on the throttle again to maintain the drift.

7. Let go of the steering wheel so that your vehicle's wheels line up with the road again. Countersteer if necessary.

8. If your vehicle begins to lose speed while sliding sideways, heel-toe downshift into a gear low enough to pull your vehicle through the drift.

9. When you wish to straighten out your car, after completing the drift, let off the throttle smoothly and straighten out the wheels as your vehicle kicks in line behind the front tires.

Katsuhiro Ueo doing some high speed manji drifting

 

 

Some manji drifting in New Zealand

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