Dailying/Drifting on snow : S14 vs JZS160

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  1. DanielzZz

    DanielzZz Member

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    Hello ! Winter is close,and I've sold my E36,which was great for drifting in the snow (as it didn't have such a light rear end like the S14).Has anyone driven his S14 or GS300 (2nd gen) in at least mid depth of snow ?
    Drifted the Silvia for the first time on rain today and it seemed pretty un-fun.Car had no rear traction and was very slow compared to the runs I did with my E36.Drifted the GS,too (in the rain),and it carried a lot of speed.I've never drifted such a big car and sliding that much weight seems a bit scary when the car in front of you spins and you can't stop that fast.

    So my question is,which car has more traction/is more driveable in snow ? I'll be using the Lexus' 16 inch wheels with some high profile,narrow winter tyres.
     
  2. Olliehood

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    High profile narrow tyres is probably the key for any snow slider, just have to try it and see
     

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