What kind of suspension is best for drifting?

If your car has multilink front suspension, you can use closer to 3 degrees of negative camber; a strut-type suspension can use closer to 4 degrees. When you start to drift, you can simply let go of the wheel and let if feed through your fingers, and the car will counter faster than if you were steering it yourself.

What type of suspension do drift cars have?

Spring Rates and Shock Dampening After more than 15 years of professional drifting in the United States and a lot of testing and tuning, most competitive drift cars have fairly soft rear suspension set up to help the car transfer the weight and momentum more progressively to the rear tires.

Do drift cars need anti roll bars?

The amount of toe at the rear is set depending on how much grip is required from the car as this is where it is set. Therefore, anti-roll bars are not fundamental to the performance of the car on circuit. However, they do still help with the tuning of the lateral load transfer rates and the front and rear axles.

What makes a car good for drifting?

Generally speaking, apart from the desire, Bryan says all one really needs to go drifting is a front engine, rear-wheel-drive (or FR) vehicle; a locked/locking differential; and a space big enough to slide a car around in without ruining yours or anyone else’s day (which is to say specifically, an area big and empty …

Is drifting hard on your car?

In short – drifting causes wear and tear damages to your car. Your rear tires will not last very long from the friction. The other most common damage from drifting is exterior damages. No matter how experienced you are in drifting, you are bound to lose control and crash into something.

Is a lower car better for drifting?

If you learn to drift in a difficult-to-handle, low-powered car you’ll find it much easier when you move up into a higher powered car than if you do it the other way around. Lower powered cars tend to teach good drifting technique, whereas in a high powered car it’s easy to rely on the power to break traction.

How do I get more drifting angles?

One of the most common steering angle modifications is to put a slip-on or bolt-on steering rack spacer between the inner tie rod end and the steering rack. This essentially lengthens the steering rack, which allows more steering travel, giving you more steering angle.

Why is drifting bad for your car?

What’s the best suspension setting for a Fireblade?

All as track settings, but reduce fork protruding through top yoke to 2mm. Maxton Says… The forks have two problems. Compression is too severe which gives a hard and twitchy ride.

What is the rear shock position on a Fireblade?

11/2turns out from full in REAR SHOCK REAR SHOCK Preload position 7 of 9 Preload position 4 of 9 Rebound 3/4 turn out from full in Rebound 11/4turns out from full in Compression screw full in clockwise Compression 1 turn out from full in

What are the settings on a Honda Fireblade SP?

Honda’s SP model is packed full of electronic wizardry with 90 configurable settings via the rather sparkly TFT display between the Torque Control, Engine Braking, Engine Power and Suspension but how do we know which is optimal.

What makes the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade so good?

Mass centralization helps the Honda CBR1000RR Fireblade handle in a neutral, stable way. Standard suspension settings are too hard for most road riders but it’s fully adjustable so you can tweak it to sort your style.