Set a negative camber for wheels in each axle. But remember - your car is for drifting, not for rular contest. This setting may have an impact on car stability during drifting.
Negative camber at the front of the vehicle improves stability of cornering while driving or drifting.
Negative camber at the rear of the vehicle reduces traction. So it's easier to initiate a drift, but harder to maintain it.
Everyone loves big rims! Set a diameter of rims in each axle.
Don't let your wheel looks too small! Set a diameter of tires in each axle.
More tire, more rubber to burn. Set width of tires in each axle. This setting may have an impact on car stability during drifting.
Wider tires will make your car more stable while cornering or driving straight, but it will be harder to initiate or maintain a drift.
Wider wheels placement? Why not! Set an offset of wheels in each axle. This setting may have an impact on car stability during drifting.
Wider wheels placement will make your car more stable while cornering or driving straight, but it will be harder to initiate or maintain a drift.
Wide body and low suspension, a definition of style. Set height of each axle. This setting may have an impact on car stability during drifting.
Suspension height is a big factor in drifting. Lowering the suspension will give more stability while driving or drifting. But be carefull - lower the suspension too much and your car will be all over the place on bumpy roads.
Performance package are presets for your car. Each package contains an engine upgrade and mass reduction.
Gear ratios describe transmission characteristics. Higher value means higher acceleration, but lower maximum speed. Adjusting gear ratios allows you to find perfect balance between power and speed for each gear.
A gear ratio determines how many revolutions an engine does for one output revolution of a gearbox. For example, a 3.0 second gear ratio means that for every 3 revolutions of the engine, there is one output revolution of the gearbox.
Overall setting for differential ratio - higher ratio means higher acceleration and lower one maximum speed.
A differential ratio describes how many output revolutions of a gearbox it takes to do one turn of a wheel. For example, a 3.0 differential ratio means that for every 3 output revolutions of the gearbox, the wheel turns once.
Adjust maximum steering angle. Higher values are better for your drift car. Trust me.
Bigger steering angle makes drifting more controllable and accurate.
Reputation points are your showcase among other drivers and your ticket to more prestigious competitions. You earn them by achieving successive point thresholds for each of the events.
It is said that a race is won in the garage. A large amount of cash will allow you to invest in mechanical and visual tuning of your car. You can earn money by achieving successive point thresholds for each of the events and by performing additional tasks.
Drive through checkpoints and complete successive laps and all this in continuous drift. The better you drive, the more time you get.
Check your skills in a classic drift. You, your car and a section of track to complete.
Test your car and polish up your drifting skills without any time limits.
Your command center. It is here that an ordinary car gets transformed into a racing monster. Buy new cars, modify, set up and paint them – as long as you can afford it.
Find out how you stack up against the competition and see for yourself how much you need to be the best. Here you will see the points of the best drivers in each track.
Compare your results with the results of your friends. But remember – it's just a sport.
The ghost will be a spectrum of your best lap in a given track which will accompany you during the current attempt to beat the record. Remind yourself how good you used to be once.
The ghost will be a spectrum of a lap of a randomly chosen driver who achieved a similar result to yours in a given track. Show everyone who is the best driver.
Challenge your friends to a duel and show them who is the champion of drift.