looken for that car that no one expects

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    rx7luvva New Member

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    im lookin for a car that has got good weight transfer for drifting but it isnt too flashy and crap like that. something that when i pull up people will see that and go
    ''what the hell is that'' but once they see it drive they will be like "o snap what is that??"
     
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    Kids, don't do drugs.
     
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    Nissan Laurel/Cefiro
    Lexus IS300, LS400/LS430
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    Is200 drifts well too - I keep one just for that.

    Can you drift the Ls430? I've the 600, so that'd be quite epic :p
     
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    Certainly can, most people selling them off because they are thirsty!
    Stiff Coils, welded diff and driver's seat - done :)
     
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    That could be an expensive drift that I think :)

    But could be fun :p
     
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    Opel Omega. But it will need work. Seen one recently. V6, cheap as chips, certainly uncommon, made perfect sense. Untill I've seen it trying to drift. Fat cow.
     
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    Has anyone found or made an angle kit for the ls430? I finally got one and want to start the project #driftpanda soon to be manual swapped till that 3uz quits then idk what I'll put down in it.

    IMG_20210204_044610086~2.
     
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    Best looking to Japan with the chassis number UCF30.
    Seems to be some Rack spacers and adjustable upper arms.

    Probably a good place to start with Coilovers and Rack spacers. Take it from there.

    After that, you're probably best doing chopped knuckles done by someone that knows what they are doing.
     
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    This... it weighs nothing, double wishbone front suspension and is RWD https://tractors.fandom.com/wiki/Reliant_Kitten just needs a decent engine. Alternatively there is the Reliant SST, came with the 1.8 Silvia Turbo engine from the factory. None of either of these for sale right now though!
     
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