Drifting w/ 3tc?

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Re: Drifting w/ 3tc?

Postby AE25 » Wed Jul 17, 2013 10:50 am

using N/A engine you need to be able to rev it hard! like the red starlet in this vid (4ag on bike carbs)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QPlTFsWd8Jw

A free revving and balanced engine will assist you.
drifting requires a reliable setup. It is a big pain if you're constantly retuning carbs, or snapping axles or breaking gearboxes etc.
On an n/a setup, a lightened flywheel will help with throttle response because you'll be clutch kicking it alot, you'll need a heavy duty clutch pressure plate (puck clutch not the best for low speed skids), and do all the usual things to get more power.
Locker or 2way is the best for the diff.

I started out with a stock 2tgeu, t50 and 6.7" locker. which was good enough to learn weight shifting to continue the drift and low speed cone work, but was underpowered for anything above 2nd gear. Using a locked 6.7" will eventually snap axles due to tramping and wear on the splines.
I'm drifting with a 3t-gte now. using a modified T28 from nissan skyline r33 GTR on 14psi through a pulsar GTiR intercooler front mounted. w57 gearbox and 7.5" ma46 diff with altezza kaaz 2way lsd. ae86 BC BR coilovers all round. Has been very reliable with the supra drivetrain and goes well enough to keep up with mild nissans.

swinging around cones
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baking tires
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Re: Drifting w/ 3tc?

Postby Warren » Mon Jul 22, 2013 9:19 pm

This is my old TE72. welded diff, new shocks, stiffer springs, fiffled with carb, exhaust, so on...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aHlyxS4qWYE

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhWaHNzghmM

It drifted alright in the dry, couldnt really hang with an average 240 though.

Here it is with my buddies 3TC wagon.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bF78WfNEi_E
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Re: Drifting w/ 3tc?

Postby Toyota1515 » Fri Sep 06, 2013 11:01 pm

Toyotero_Gringo wrote:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PyCm5AzJN-8

AE86 with 3TC swap tearing ish up.

Yeap i did that one long time ago here at home bro!
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Re: Drifting w/ 3tc?

Postby SplitStix » Sat Nov 02, 2013 11:30 pm

Ive just started drifting with my stock 3tc with weber 32/36 dgv carb. It does alright for slower stuff but has a hard time keeping up with long corners or high speed, a lot of clutch kicking. Considering going to efi and turbo setup for next season.
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Re: Drifting w/ 3tc?

Postby mikealike » Thu Mar 27, 2014 2:22 am

SplitStix wrote:Ive just started drifting with my stock 3tc with weber 32/36 dgv carb. It does alright for slower stuff but has a hard time keeping up with long corners or high speed, a lot of clutch kicking. Considering going to efi and turbo setup for next season.


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Re: Drifting w/ 3tc?

Postby skabrock5 » Tue Aug 12, 2014 1:53 pm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nV0tplUXZr4
bone stock 3tc, open diff, in the rain...still fun. sorry for the poor quality...cheesy camera phone.
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