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Drift setup?

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Old 04-29-2010, 01:16 PM   #21
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Its worth it though.

The best thing to do is hunt around for one that is already partially built, ****** it up (They range from $800-1500 for a mild build 01' - 03/04) and finish building it.

I do not suggest the 99-00 IRS as it is a weaker design overall and only 28 spline VS the 31 spline of the 01' and 03-04 Cobra.
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Old 04-29-2010, 08:08 PM   #22
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yeah your probly gonna need a good 300 or so hp is my guess to have a "good" drift car so it has enough power to initiate drifts and keep em going, so the turbo or supercharger with good internals for more boost will be your best bet, definitely try and get in touch with someone who knows hows to tune suspension for drifting, you should probly get adjustable coilovers and a little drop and caster/camber plates

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