I'm trying to figure out what size to get. I have some cheap tires picked out. I just don't know what size to buy.Cheap ones that you can get some cheap tires for. I know guys that drift that shop exclusively for tire in piles behind tires shops. lol
Thanks for the info but I am wanting to know what tire size. I have some rims that are 15x7 and I'm not looking to spend money on more rims just yet.They say that larger sized rims are better for drifting. It makes the car stiffer and helps with traction loss.
I like doing it... I just cant afford to. Drifting costs more than drag racing and or oval track... And I dont have one of those any more eitherYou probably won't find a lot of info/suggestions here. We just don't do that.
Should we even ask about horsepower?? We had some yahoo's drifting in the school parking lot...before I made the school district my hobby. Now there are gates. Even the 350Z's couldn't manage it unless it was wet out.The problem is I don't have money right now for a whole new car and the s10 seems to be pretty good at drifting for a truck.
I already stated I only have a measly 210 or 215 hp. I'm new to this so I am not looking to kill my self with 400-500hp just yet. I'm trying to learn control before I try my had at something with big power. Thats why I want to use the s10 to build some skills and save money up to get something better when I am a little more skilled.Should we even ask about horsepower?? We had some yahoo's drifting in the school parking lot...before I made the school district my hobby. Now there are gates. Even the 350Z's couldn't manage it unless it was wet out.
You may want to consider a aftermarket transmission cooler and fan upgrades.2003 4.3L upgraded spark plugs, new performance exhaust, cold air intake. Its 190hp stock.