Is the mk4 Supra a good drift car?

May 10, 2020 Off By idswater

Is the mk4 Supra a good drift car?

Supra_404 said: Supras are fine for drifting! Yea they’re not the lightest cars on the market but they more than get the job done and look a helluva lot better than alot of other cars while at it.

Is the Supra in Forza 6?

The 1998 Toyota Supra RZ – abbreviated as Toyota Supra ’98 – is a RWD sports car by Toyota featured in all titles except Forza Motorsport 6: Apex and Forza Motorsport 7.

Can auto drift?

Tip: You can still drift an automatic car by using the handbrake technique. Pull the handbrake or emergency brake to get the car turning, but don’t be surprised if the technique takes a little practice to master! Choose a car with rear-wheel drive for more effective drifting.

Is there a Supra in Forza?

Regardless of what’s possible in real life, the new Toyota Supra is included as a day-one car in Forza Horizon 5 and, so far, it looks like it’ll at least live up to the reputation it’s meant to have in the game.

What should the toe be on a drifting car?

On your car, you want Positive Toe on the front of your car. The more Positive Toe you add, the more angle it allows you to achieve while drifting. However, the more positive toe you have, the slower you will be while drifting On the rear, you generally want anywhere from 0 to -.5 Toe.

What’s the formula for tuning a drifting car?

Here’s the formula: I’ll break it down for you. You take the stiffest setting (40) and subtract the softest setting (1). Then you take that answer and multiply it by how much weight is on the front of your car. Then you take that answer and add the softest setting (1).

How much horsepower do you need to drift a car?

I recommend using a Sport Flywheel instead of a Race Flywheel. All other parts are optional, but be civil with the horsepower. Most cars can drift with around 400hp. anything over 650hp is not allowed in competitions (this is subject to change).

What should my rear camber be while drifting?

Watch the camber while you drift. You want it to be as close to 0 without going into the positives as possible. If the Rear is constantly at around -.5 while drifting, add a little bit more positive camber (around -1.7) and repeat the process until it stays very close to 0 camber while drifting. This is a very long process, but it’s worth it.