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Old 04-30-2012, 10:49 PM   #1
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Mustang drift

Does any one know how to set up a mustang as a drifter but when you can still use it as a daily driver
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Old 04-30-2012, 10:53 PM   #2
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Well assuming u already know how to drift...just lower it and get some good parts for the rear end. Then get some power adders to give your stang some more balls. And save up some money for tires. Lol.
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Independent rear suspension out of a cobra is a must
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Re: Mustang drift

A locking diff is also a must if you really want to run a true drifting set up.
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I love getting sideways, but the one tire braking loose just isn't doin it for the drifting thing haha
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LSD, chassis stiffening, adjustable suspension parts, increased steering angle, stiff, not-too-sticky tires but something you can still control...and as many sets as you can afford if youre getting into it.
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Re: Mustang drift

An LSD is fine for drifting. But official drift cars have locking diffs. just an fyi
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Well for drifting mustang they move the engine back a couple of inches help with balance.
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An LSD is fine for drifting. But official drift cars have locking diffs. just an fyi
Yeah, just saying at least
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