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Old 01-10-2010, 02:15 AM
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g35 drifting

i have 06 G35 coupe and looking forward to learn how to drift
Can anyone tell me what could happen to the stock g35 if i drift?
like..breaking suspension or engine..
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i have 06 G35 coupe and looking forward to learn how to drift
Can anyone tell me what could happen to the stock g35 if i drift?
like..breaking suspension or engine..
Oh.... you can drift it... you might break it, you might get lucky and just run out of tires before you break it.

G35s make pretty good drift machines if you take the time to set them up correctly. Remember Gs are heavy as hell...

Here is a good link for you:

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You should be more worried about power sliding into a wall. Seriously, dont learn to drift in a G35.
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take vdc off
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I always drift on rain and small corner drifts on dry.
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so i shouldn't drift in g35 because the car is too heavy?
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The G will drift fine. Yes, it's heavy. ebrake is terrible. clutch and tranny could be an issue eventually. It will be expensive to drift compared to a 240sx or corolla. Drifting breaks cars and parts. Be prepared to fix and replace stuff. If you are fortunate to not break anything by hitting something on the track, something will wear out. Drifting accelerates wear and tear on a car.

VDC off and pull the ABS fuse. Have fun.
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well ofc some parts will wear out but i think it'll be fine as long as nothing BREAKS lol

how come some people say stock 350z is a good car to drift and not g35 coupe? I thought they are very similar
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if you are serious about drifting and don't know this much about drifting you should have started with a cheaper car aka a nissan 240 most likely the s13
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well ofc some parts will wear out but i think it'll be fine as long as nothing BREAKS lol

how come some people say stock 350z is a good car to drift and not g35 coupe? I thought they are very similar
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