Just asking a few questions

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  1. Tony_R32

    Tony_R32 Member

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    Hi im name is Tony i am 16 and from sunderland and would realy like to get into drifting i was just wondering what would be the best car for me to purchase and please take into mind i am nt rich thank you all
    Tony:worthy:
     
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    Sierra and weld the diff, cost = couple of hundred quid
     
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    topi KlutchKickKidz

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    Yup, chip is right.

    Get it trailered or driven to a practice day, and go for it.
     
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    Thank you i much appreciate the help i shall start saving p.s do you think an xr4i would be a good drift car thank you for your time
    Tony.
     
  5. Corey_XR4I

    Corey_XR4I XR4I 24V FTW

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    Areet tony m8 as i told you before i had just sold a mk2 xr4i with bucket a dohc for pennies if i knew you could of have it but sadly is getting ringed as in oval racing and bashed about, xr4i's are on the up at the moment so you should just start with a glx or dohc etc etc, look into autotrader and ad m8 normally a few in there

    Corey
     
  6. Tony_R32

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    thanks corey i wish i knew you before college because i would have bought that xr4i when i had more money nd i probably will try ebay and auto trader cheers mate :worthy:
     
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    dohc's are good for drifting too
    just weld the diff and strip all the interiour ..thats enough for the start:thumbs:
     
  8. Corey_XR4I

    Corey_XR4I XR4I 24V FTW

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    ill find some pics of my dohc with lsd and bucket m8, then you can cry as you where only a month away from getting it , wish i knew you wanted it m8
     

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