i could drift my eta. but i was in first gear going slow and holding the brake just to keep the one tire spinning. to do proper drift when entering a corner at 60+mph, you need a good amount of hp to keep the tires spinning. there is no way in hell you can tell me someone took a m42 and threw the thing in a corner at 60+mph and was able to drift by using throttle only.
Originally Posted by pjoa09
You don't need 600 hp, those are professional ones.
Youtube is full of M40s and M42s going sideways.
My old M40 powered E30 had wheel spin too.
Wet tarmac and skinny stock worn tires
I know a lot about cars. I can look at a car's headlights and tell you exactly which way it's coming