That one brown kid.
my build thread mk3/2jz swap
I'm going to have to agree with tErbo. It's way better to learn with an underpowered, even crappy, car. What did Keichi Tsuchiya start with? Corolla. And he is quite good I would say. And I learned about how to drift in a 2wd Toyota pickup 4 cylinder truck. With no lsd. And the wrong type of e-brake lever lol. It's best to start from scratch with nothing. And have to earn your car. And build your car WITH YOUR OWN MONEY. I can usually spot one of those "spoiled" drivers right away.
so does all this mean cut springs are ok?
Well I think the only plus to cut springs is you would have a lower center of gravity. But not by much. And it would probably be bouncy or so I've heard. If you want to find out and you can do it for free then why not try it and find out. As long as you are getting coilovers then you might as well lol
sounds like a plan. i hope to have the car out on the track on the 21st. but that is in theory lol
Sooo many broke motherfuckers posting in this mans legit thread. Leigh WTF?
Section - Yanack - YSR - OS Giken - Adaptronic E44 - WB
lol im not "broke" but just wondering if it would be worth my time until i get the coilovers, which will be within the next two months. but yah sorry for thread jacking.
They spent all their flo on XXR's.
2009 Toyota Camry
2008 Lance Milan 150
^ hahaha lol i am not without money. when i make money i divide everything percentage wise most of it pays for college tho. i had to buy my clutch so I dont have enough "car money" to buy coilovers yet, but i would still like to get it on the track. i was just asking what everyone thought. that is all, but no I am not flowing with money obviously lol
Last edited by BrownMK3Kid; 08-11-2011 at 08:22 AM.
They get what your saying and simply put, don't agree. Learning on a stock/fairly stock car will allow you to truly see what each part you modify/replace does to benefit your cars handling/driving performance. Once you start actually modifying your car you will see what people mean when they say its good to learn your car when its stock or close to stock.
Yea if you have a stock car you generally have to throw it around harder. So it requires you to use the proper technique. And if you mess up you will suffer the consequences. So you will learn quickly! lol
Supra Smoke 'em all Yeah!
^lol no part of the percentage is savings lol, but yah to most peoples standard on sf yes i am broke.