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I was shocked with no results in the search bar!

Anyways,
I've been doing alot of drifting recently. And it rained pretty good yesterday and stopped soon after. So I went out on some four lane country highways and back roads and got some pretty good action. Some sweet wide 90 degree turns and 180s.

Then today, I found a sweet non-busy traffic circle. Came into the traffic circle, went wide and drifted the entire circle back around to where I came into. The sequels were awesome

Any awesome stories?
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There's seriously going to be a thread about this?


Well nobody seems to care I guess. Drifting is a big thing around here. Apparently not anywhere else.
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Hi. Can someone tell me which guitars are real 24 fret guitars and which are just 22 fret guitars with 2 extra frets added on?
#6
Drifting is a big thing in England? Never heard of anyone doing it either in Hampshire or Bristol.
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I was shocked with no results in the search bar!

Anyways,
I've been doing alot of drifting recently. And it rained pretty good yesterday and stopped soon after. So I went out on some four lane country highways and back roads and got some pretty good action. Some sweet wide 90 degree turns and 180s.

Then today, I found a sweet non-busy traffic circle. Came into the traffic circle, went wide and drifted the entire circle back around to where I came into. The sequels were awesome

Any awesome stories?

There's a dedicated car thread.

Don't drift on public roads. You give the rest of us a bad name.
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#8
I highly doubt you are actually "drifting"

you are likely power sliding sir, most people are not aware of this and if i come of as a dick i am sorry i just have to correct people on it constantly

also, car thread
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I highly doubt you are actually "drifting"

you are likely power sliding sir, most people are not aware of this and if i come of as a dick i am sorry i just have to correct people on it constantly

also, car thread

Nothing in his post would have strictly distinguished the two. Which is why you have to have assumed he was stupid in making your post. Which is why you actually are a dick, and don't just come off as one.
#10
Do it on a controlled track, not on public roads. I know people who have been seriously injured and almost killed because of drifters (one of our roads is a 'hotspot' for drifting, and it also has one of the highest fatality rates in the state).

Nothing against 'drifting', but endangering other people to do a bit of sliding is extremely selfish and irresponsible. Rant over.
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Quote by Phalen123
I highly doubt you are actually "drifting"

you are likely power sliding sir, most people are not aware of this and if i come of as a dick i am sorry i just have to correct people on it constantly

also, car thread

Why do people feel the need to say "sir" when they are pretty much just being a dick.


look how polite and sophisticated you are'


OT: Ive been to a few drift races. There actually pretty fun to watch.
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