a couple of golden things for drifting
lock your difs both of em(this is a must as free diffs will focuass power to a single free spining weel causeing loss of speed leading to retention of grip and therfore no drift)
low grip tire/surface i use high density foamies uniform thicknes on all 4 you can try using pvc pipeing or specialised drift rings and the best drift arenas for me on foamies is an undergroung carpark of similar low grip concrete surface asphult work but tears throu the foam and pvc like no tomorow
also for electrics there are so called drift asisters haven't tried on myself.(no idea how these work maybe they alter speed controll during drift or sumthin)
but most of all driving techniqe low in hard centre medium out seems to give me the most control over a drift. and becarful with that throttle you can throw you motor out of whack with the gears and strip them you dont yank the trigger. another good way is to go hard into the corner start your turn back off the throttle and then get back on it again almost instantly (the theory is that once you back off the throttle weight transfers forward = less grip on rear once throttle is applied wheel spin
occurs and causes drift) dont bother trying to go 2 wheel drive you lose controll of the car alltogether. the third way is to well hammer
it the whole time this works best on vehicles with a high stering capability.
hope that helps sorry if speeling and gramar sucks it's midnight here