glenn wrote:MikeIsGood wrote:glenn wrote:Not sure how deep you want to go into tunes, but my first recommendation is to search for a user created drift tune in the garage. When you pick one it lets you install all necessary upgrades immediately. For settings you want manual shifting on and traction and stability control off. If you have the right tune you can pretty much just go into 3rd or 4th gear and start drifting. I only use RWD personally. For the longest time I couldn’t get more than one star in any drift zone, but once I started doing the above steps I managed to 3 star all zones and the drift club challenges in 4.
I tried this to get the weekly bonus for the Nissan Z Fairlady, and I dropped 80K on parts and tunes for the car and I was still terrible. I just gave up, but it was a highly-rated tune so I presume it's me just needing to git gud.
Don't remember what that goal was, but the weekly challenges can be a pain (this week they have you do it in another Nissan that's terrible for drifting). Practice helps, but the tune might have sucked also. I check the creator card and try to find someone that has a lot of followers/downloads. I had trouble with this week's challenge until I realized that you can't use the e-brake and that it doesn't matter if you finish the race.
I just finished getting 3 stars in all drift zones using the BMW 325i and the "driftzones" tune by KenBlocksSohn. Never left first gear.
So, you guys been buying and gifting a lot of **** Jeeps too?