Welcome to Suspension Tech Talk! My First thread! Lets get right to business. What suspension setups does everyone have on here? Now I know that a car can be drifted standard, but the angles of the drift and the pre-setup (drifting tecniques) for drift require certain mods in order to be carried out successfully (at times). I'm basically wondering about modlists, ride height, camber angles, shock compression settings (i.e. 7F 5R), ARB settings if applicable, Alloys (Width and Diameter), Tires, Brake Balance? If possible could everyone write a quick word or two which mods helped them out the most? A lot of questions to be answered. I'll start first. S13 K reg: Chassis Dynamics springs (35mm drop) Whiteline ARB's (front and rear) Brembo 10 Groove discs (front) EBC 10 Groove discs (rear) Goodrich Stainless steel brakelines Pinapple rings (all round performance setting) Note: Didnt' start drifting until I actually installed all my mods, so I can't compare before and after But I'd say that the ARB's have helped out the most in reducing bodyroll, and stabilizing the car during cornering. Steve C took me out for a test run after the installation.. And that's basically my response after a bit of B road Bashing! The Whiteline ARB's are adjusted middle setting for the front, and hard setting for the rear. I haven't tampered with these settings as they seem to work well for side (e-brake) drifting. I wish I had enough money for some better alloys and front tires, cause I get way to much understeer in order to be able to successfully complete feints. (running semi-slick stock tires (195/60/15) ) not much thread left I'm afraid. Brake balance is a bit screwed up aswell since I have EBC greenstuff up front and EBC blackstuff on the rear. I'm looking to upgrade the rears with pagid pads for the future. Does anyone know if its better to have the ABS system on, or off for brake drifts? I'd imagine a fair bit of under when overspeeding into the corner (with ABS off), but I guess this is all relative to angle of entering the corner and brake balance. With this in mind would it be wise to get some better brake calipers for the rears?? My camber angles need adjusting badly, since my front tires have got a lot of inner wear. But I won't be able to do anything until I get my coilovers fitted The coilovers are going to be the Apex group buy ones. I'm thinking 7F 8R, but I'm not a 100% sure on the settings yet. Also thinking of a cusco strut brace up front and possibly back. But I'm worried that with the ARB's and coilovers that there will be a fair bit of understeer because of the stiffness of the front chassis. Now I'm no expert by any means, so PLEASE correct me if I'm wrong on any of tuning conceptions -Milosz Happy Drifting!