So to start, I've already had quite the look around and I know what I'm going to need to do to make my gutless miata into a drift car, with that, I haven't seen much in regards to drifting a near stock or lightly/cheaply modified miata. I wanted to ask what small things would make the most impact when trying to get it sideways. I know a welded diff works wonders but don't want to weld the factory vlsd since they can still be sold for a decent amount and it is also a daily other than when its snowing. A solution to this would be to get a lsd but since I have the 1.6, I'm also going to need a new driveshaft and axles. With the current state of it, I can get the ass end to slide out pretty easily in the rain if I'm at low rpms in second. The first order of business is going to be coilovers to help stiffen it up and get rid of the horrendous wheel gap. After that, in your opinions, what would be the cheapest modifications that would get the most results. Keep in mind im not trying to turn this into a full blown drift car just yet. Just looking for something to make it slide a bit easier while putting the least money in. If you want to call me an idiot for trying to drift a pretty much open diff miata, then I will agree with you. If you want to give me suggestions such as sway bars, links, alignment, etc, then I will appreciate the help. Thanks in advance!