how to drift in nfsu2 and nfsmw

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how to drift in nfsu2 and nfsmw

Postby Digitalised » 13 Jul 2006, 13:45

nfsu2 on pc and nfsmw on xbox , please teach me teh 1337 skillz
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Postby RazoR_MKD » 13 Jul 2006, 14:40

which skills?
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Postby bam_bam » 13 Jul 2006, 15:10

I could help you if you had Most wanted on the Pc . I dont know much avbout modding U2 either , from what I've heard its a B**** lol ! . It can be modded on the Xbox coz I have seen it done but I have no clue as to how todo it . I'll look into it and get back to you .

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Postby Digitalised » 13 Jul 2006, 16:27

thanks homie , appreciate it .
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Postby evilmegamonkey » 13 Jul 2006, 17:59

I just in MW do the speedbreaker thing then get out of speedbreaker while Im sliding. Did you know that they made it so hard to drift because when you drift the speedbreaker meter fills.
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Postby Truestar » 13 Jul 2006, 18:04

Yeah I noticed that also, I still would like drifting to be a tad easier though.
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Postby Calibra_14 » 13 Jul 2006, 18:28

RazoR_MKD wrote:which skills?

He did typed not right
He means he want the specs for the U2 cars to drift.
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Postby bam_bam » 13 Jul 2006, 20:44

Lol I have juts realised that I was talking about modding and that this is a drift discussion lol . al lyou got to do is feel the ride and get it sliding .
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Postby evilmegamonkey » 13 Jul 2006, 22:06

GTO works best for me. Can drift with it with out speedbreaker.
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Postby Toshiro » 14 Jul 2006, 00:36

Hit emergency brake when you near a corner. If it oversteers, steer in the opposite direction of the turn. Simple.
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Postby bam_bam » 14 Jul 2006, 01:31

E- brake ? , Thats one way of doing it , Can you do it with-out and glide round corners ?
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Postby NFSBLUECIVIC » 14 Jul 2006, 07:08

turn really sharp and hit the nos when the back swings out.
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Postby bam_bam » 14 Jul 2006, 15:52

I thin kits only posible to drift properly with an anolouge controler , with a key board or just a button you cant balance the power.
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Postby RVD » 21 Sep 2006, 18:06

tip 1: USE A HIGH-POWERED CAR!!!!

tip 2: (for MW, but it might just work in U2 too) approach a corner in a gear higher then or equal to 3rd , once you steer into the corner, hit the e-brake, shift 1 gear lower, floor it and watch her go!!

3: in U2, GET A GOLF GTI!!! its the best drifter out there...
4: i also heard that when you have the second biggest rim size, your car slides further, though i dont know if its true
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Postby GT3x24x7 » 21 Sep 2006, 18:08

RVD wrote:4: i also heard that when you have the second biggest rim size, your car slides further, though i dont know if its true

It will also go faster if you fit a red stripe vinyl.
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Postby Bulletboy » 21 Sep 2006, 18:27

lol
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Postby NFSBLUECIVIC » 21 Sep 2006, 23:15

you laugh, but hes telling the truth!
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Postby Toshiro » 22 Sep 2006, 00:56

GT3x24x7 wrote:
RVD wrote:4: i also heard that when you have the second biggest rim size, your car slides further, though i dont know if its true

It will also go faster if you fit a red stripe vinyl.


Don't you know that Altezza's and spinners = 100+ BHP???!!!!
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Postby Flameking » 22 Sep 2006, 02:35

lol gt3. they should make it that cars with huge rims handle bad (which is true in real life) and cars with at least some air in their tire handle better.

i.e.

20" rims with 21" tires = bad handling cuz little air and its like the car is running on rims

18" rims with 21" tires = good handling because more air, more grip =D

but im not sure if EA already implemented it in their games or will ever do it.
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Postby Raynar05 » 22 Sep 2006, 02:38

im 2 lazy to tune and E brake slows u down too much heres wut i do.

get a fast car and start speeding, near a turn shift down 2-4 gears down and turn , u oversteer so steer the other way. then shift up back to wut it was b4 the turn and it shud bring u back in control. takes practice, and u need to be going fast
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Postby Toshiro » 24 Sep 2006, 02:44

RVD wrote:3: in U2, GET A GOLF GTI!!! its the best drifter out there...


Wrong. GTi is an FF. The only Golf that can drift is the R32, which is 4WD.
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Postby PSZeTa » 24 Sep 2006, 02:48

We're talking about UNDERGROUND TWOOO here, any car can drift.
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Postby RVD » 24 Sep 2006, 20:16

Toshiro wrote:
RVD wrote:3: in U2, GET A GOLF GTI!!! its the best drifter out there...


Wrong. GTi is an FF. The only Golf that can drift is the R32, which is 4WD.


with 'the best drifter out there' i meant in U2...

Flameking wrote:lol gt3. they should make it that cars with huge rims handle bad (which is true in real life) and cars with at least some air in their tire handle better.

i.e.

20" rims with 21" tires = bad handling cuz little air and its like the car is running on rims

18" rims with 21" tires = good handling because more air, more grip =D
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thats where the whole idea came from!!! and stop laughing, please
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Postby vanyots » 25 Sep 2006, 10:05

Flameking wrote:lol gt3. they should make it that cars with huge rims handle bad (which is true in real life) and cars with at least some air in their tire handle better.

i.e.

20" rims with 21" tires = bad handling cuz little air and its like the car is running on rims

18" rims with 21" tires = good handling because more air, more grip =D

but im not sure if EA already implemented it in their games or will ever do it.


Well... here's a quote from the bottom of this page:
Why a low profile tire?

A lower profile tire is more precise because its sidewall, being shorter and stiffer, will flex less in cornering and transition maneuvers. This higher rigidity also causes the tire to be less comfortable, because tire sidewalls act like springs whenever they hit pavement irregularities. A stiffer sidewall will allow the impact to be felt more acutely by the occupants and a shorter one will make the wheel more likely to be damaged in the event of such an impact.


Tires with high sidewalls and smaller rims are better only for real-life drag, where you can drop the air-pressure for faster launch from the line!
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