e36 drift setup?

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    shepherdalec New Member

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    Could somebody make a list of everything you would need to turn a stock e36 into a basic drift car? Including specific brand names and approximate price? Thank you!
     
  2. James998

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    Are you in the UK? You can drift with a welded diff (£50) but you will want DECENT (not ebay shit just to make it lower) coilovers, second hand £300. A seat to stop you falling out of the window (£200), that's really about it to start learning.
     
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    Easy mate were are you located?
     
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    Agree with above, disagree with not getting ebays, they are absolutely fine.

    weld diff, ton of skid wheels and tyres, attend skid day, bucket seat and harness, attend skid day, ebay coilovers, attend skid day,

    ... in that order.
     

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