Originally Posted by pickled
the oneway is difficult but the same thing applies to it, it still needs a little bit of throttle but not to much or it spins out of control lol.
I've been taking my D3 down to my shopping center/cinema carpark's upper level it's concrete and the car reacts to it like my LHS's drift track I'm having trouble transitioning from one direction to another? I can get a big drift happening but trying to switch back the other way is amazingly hard just spinning out and it's so hard to know where to start the turn in to get the desired change of direction at the desired location?
+1 on the one-way from the zero.
after i installed that one-way from a zero (no mods required except dont use the supplied pink spacer), the car was transformed from a bit of a pig into a weapon. i can now mostly drift a course with practice (impossible before) and pull of some impressive moves using the brake to lock the rear wheels. i love that it has an e-brake now!!!
mine still has the problem that it wont let go of the drift & keeps the rear coming around when i want it to transition!
if you are having the sh!ts with this car try these mods:
i added abt 250g of rear weight to try n tame the rear with some improvement to rear grip.
tamiya drift techs , being less slippery made it easier to do larger drifts. recommended. Yeah racing angled profile are the worst i;ve used - too slippery.
check your FDR is not too high. running a higher 19t pinion was better than 17t for me.
cheers for the advice pickled about the drive shaft chatter. i ended up just cleaning the crap off mine & now shes smooth as again. no mods or new ssk shafts required