------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD----------------------

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------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD----------------------

Postby davieTGB86 » Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:22 pm


just restarting the old thread
same rules as before

1. name & picture
2. car (coupe, hatch, TE, KE, etc.)
3. engine set-up
4. suspension set-up
5. alignment preference
6. last time you went out for some shenanigans/track time
7. worst crash you had
8. favorite drifters (around the whole world)
9. video/pics



1. David
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2. AE86 coupe
3. stock everythang
4. S6MS coilovers
5. toe: 0, camber: max, caster: 3+
6. last weekend when it rained
7. curb-in and bending LCAs
8. Ueo, Hibino, Hugo Maclean, Yamashita(RUNFREE), Takahashi(RUNFREE), Shinji(HEY MAN!)
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zg7D85wH ... e=youtu.be

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby Clutch_Kick_Lou » Sat Feb 16, 2013 8:48 pm

Louie
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2. 86 coupe
3, Stock engine.
4. Camaro/Mr2 shocks. Battle version lateral bar
5, as long as it goes straight.
6, yesterday after work.
7, destroyed a oil pan, swapped paint with a 13.
8, Ueo and Tezuka.
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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby Skizzup » Sat Feb 16, 2013 10:08 pm

1. Dino
2. 1987 corolla gts
3. s14 sr20det
4. front:
Tokico hts shocks
ground control coilover sleeve with eibach springs
cusco height adjustable camber plates
battle version lower control arms
battle version tension rods
t3 RCA
cusco sway bar
manual rack w/ t3 adaptor
ueo style inner tie rods
t3 outer tie rods
t3 steering knuckles
cusco strut bar

rear:
tokico hts shocks
trd springs (cut 1 coil)
cusco sway bar
cusco rear strut bar
cusco lateral rod
5. toe:0 camber -5.2 caster 1. tried to get it out to 2.75, but the tech said my **** is too low and the control arms cant get out that far cuz the geometry of the arms. :(
6. track time, it's been a while. street'd last week
7. patchy wet pavement, azenis 215's, mountain wall, me in high school. lol you get the pic... needed body work, luckily the wall was muddy and didnt hurt any suspension.
8. anyone still rocking a corolla in the pro scene. my car is inspired by yamashita of run free as well.
9. video of when i was 4ag powered.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4hsinHyZXM

im in the second car (my old miata)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g4rgBVc5yg4
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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby davieTGB86 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 10:06 am



@Louie: awesome man keep it up

@Dino: how low are you that you couldn't get that much out for your caster??

and what brake set up are you running if you don't mind me asking haha

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby Skizzup » Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:04 pm

current right height in the front. basically with the tension rod shortened all the way, he was barely able to squeeze out that 1 degree on caster.

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby davieTGB86 » Mon Feb 18, 2013 1:49 pm

ha that's weird...
you should be able to get more than that out of the rods even though its that low.
looks nice btw haha

im looking into going fc calipers... but we'll see

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby HingaSPL » Mon Feb 18, 2013 3:57 pm

Real Drifter?? Dunno about being a "Real Drifter", But I do like driving the hell outta my cars

1. Chris Kelley a.k.a. "OkinawaLevin" Image

2. Currently have: (but have owned Cefiros, Silvias, 180's, JZX81, and 15 86's)
a. AE86 Levin coupe
b. AE86 Trueno coupe
c. RPS13 widebody
d. R32 Skyline GTSt

3. a. J-Port built 16v hicomp
b. blacktop 4ag
c. SR20 w/ GTiR turbine
d. RB20 w/ TO4e turbine

4. a. TRD shorties TRD springs rear, Auto Project Marche coilovers in front
b. TRD Shorties TRD springs rear, unknown coilovers in front
c. R34 GTR sus in rear, TRD AE92 shorties in unknown coilovers in front
d. HKS sus front and back

5. The way I like it, don't have time to figure out numbers and specifics, every car handles differently. I set it up by feel and tweakin

6. Been awhile, currently getting ready to move stateside

7. Had a fat officers wife hit me head on in my old 32. Worst drift crash would be on the street in Awase, came in hot into a two lane corner in the rain and tapped the high curb, pushed my front pass sus into my firewall

8. 1.My Brother and guy who taught me and most of the Hinga family : FatDaddy
2.William Kisela, cause he is loose and drives like a beast
3.Pablo from Team Splash, you really gotta see him drive to really appreciate his style, I cannot describe it
4. Favorite Pro would be: Ueo, the guy had passion and built and tuned most of his rides, unlike most of the "Pros"

9. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5hx4ieCz9oE
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vj7nAI8hd2E&list=UU4z-ktW3FQrhFb580rpRc-Q&index=21
This vid, during the practice runs my Truenos timing belt snapped and I had shaved the head so much, it Honda'ed, so even putting on a fresh belt wouldn't fix them bent valves. I borrowed my friends wifes car a 5 speed R33 4 door that was sitting int he parking lot to drive the rest of the comp.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rz7oBPXBatA

More vids on my Youtube Channel, just look up Team Hinga

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More pics on my Facebook page and on our site, which I currently need help rebuilding if anybody would like to hook a 86 brother up
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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby davieTGB86 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 10:46 am

awesome chris!!
im really glad you guys are still around
cool videos too chris
team hinga ftw man haha

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby HingaSPL » Tue Feb 19, 2013 2:56 pm

davieTGB86 wrote:awesome chris!!
im really glad you guys are still around
cool videos too chris
team hinga ftw man haha


Thanks Davie, I'm headed to the east coast to hang with the Team Hinga East Coast crew for a couple of years, before coming home to Oki. Looking forward to building a LHD 86 and hopefully build a 60's or 70's Firebird. I wanna slide a Firebird, hahaha
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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby davieTGB86 » Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:23 am

hahaha like smoke & the bandit

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Postby HingaSPL » Wed Feb 20, 2013 3:22 pm

davieTGB86 wrote:hahaha like smoke & the bandit


That is EXACTLY why I want this car, haha. One of my favorite all time movies
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Postby davieTGB86 » Wed Feb 20, 2013 6:52 pm

HingaSPL wrote:
davieTGB86 wrote:hahaha like smoke & the bandit


That is EXACTLY why I want this car, haha. One of my favorite all time movies


Get a 18-wheeler while it at it too haha

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Postby HingaSPL » Wed Feb 20, 2013 10:23 pm

Might have to settle for a big pickup truck and a enclosed trailer, would be cool to cruise in an 18 wheeler though.
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Postby davieTGB86 » Thu Feb 21, 2013 9:51 am

whatever works right?? haha

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Postby John H. » Wed Mar 06, 2013 9:34 pm

EDIT:Sorry :oops:
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Postby davieTGB86 » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:21 pm

cool vid but not the place to post it man...

post it in ae86 vid post

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby Shinchu » Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:11 am

HINGA!!!!!
what up chris its chris lol
good luck sliding an F body. i tried with a 98 camaro and it SUUUUCKED! no angle. too heavy. hard to find stiff suspension. and did i mention no angle? might be easier to correct that stuff on a 2nd gen but gawd its too much work compared to what is so easy on ae86 to get it to slide.

anyway on with the stuff...

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i used to drive this
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then i moved to japan and bought this
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then i sent all the parts home, rebuilt it on a 240 chassis, then sold it (DERP!) to buy this (for some stupid reason... just wanted 400 LEGAL(?) hp lol)
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then i sold that to return full circle back to another ae86, a car that i truly love
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yes its SD9K's old blue hatch.

3. currently running a stock 20v bt, TRD(?) header (4-2-1 with tabs for oem 16v heat shield) oem ecu and icode trumpets. clutch master 4 puck and fully built weir performance rear end with spool.
4. PBM coilovers and rear links, forgot brand of front lower arms, BV tension rods, manual rack w/ power knuckles.
5. ummm... camber.
6. long time, long long time ago. still prepping the car to be street worthy so i can drive it 45 min to nearest track (adam's kart track in riverside) or if we ever get club4ag drift days going again...
7. worst crash? ehhh cant really call it a crash but it was at ebisu... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dZVjt_GV39s
8. Taka Aono (taught me in my first ae86!), hibino, ueo, and back when immamura was in ae86 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TrgxyE1MqNU
9. i need a gopro to take out to adams!!!

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Postby chemtrails » Tue Mar 19, 2013 1:00 pm

i just saw your video from fontana, i cant believe its been that long
i can see my car in the back ground
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Postby Shinchu » Tue Mar 19, 2013 8:59 pm

lol the funkmaster flex vid?! hahaha yeah one of the members here uploaded that for me, im ashamed i cant remember who. :oops:
yep, like i said, last track time? uhhhhh... i think it was almost 2 years ago with the camaro at adams. oh man, what a night of epic fail.
i had to purposely block out listening to the announcer during my runs because i knew he was clownin! (rightfully so, i felt like a ham fisted n00b that night)

but from the little uh... "quickies" i've had with ryans old car, i think i will have better luck next time i go to adams ;)

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Postby davieTGB86 » Thu Mar 21, 2013 11:14 am

that's aweome Shinchu
keep up the driving man
we need more corollas out there repping ahah
post up videos when u get a chance to go out to adams
Stage6MS is trying to hold a drifting event soon at willow if you wanna join in on the action

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Postby Shinchu » Sat Apr 13, 2013 5:08 pm

well see there is this slight problem.. i dont have a trailer lol so i would be driving this bad MFer on the freeway to wherever the event is :shock:
and i was about to take a test flight to see how 70mph feels in 5th gear with 4.7 r&P.
but i have a flat front tire.
i guess thats an opportunity to buy some tires with a larger rolling diameter to make up for R+P? i love thinking out loud haha

im also looking around for (more) wheels but man these FRP fenders make it rediculous to find good fitting offsets...
anyone know how 15x9 -15 looks under FRP rears? im guessing fail.

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Postby davieTGB86 » Tue Apr 16, 2013 12:47 pm

it really depends on the set-up you have on ur rear end and how low your cars is.
specially the pinion angle will effect the rear end the most.
ur gonna be around 4500 rpm doing 70mph with 4.7

and for your wheels 15x9 -15 probably need small spacer to fit the frp rears

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Postby Deuce Cam » Mon Apr 29, 2013 2:22 pm

What's the steering angle difference on a manual rack with power steering knuckles vs. manual knuckles with a 25mm lock spacer (nst, ajps, etc.)?

I'm currently using power knuckles on my manual rack, but I'm switching back to manual knuckles to get some of the feel back. I plan on using the 25 mm spacer that goes on the passenger side of the rack, or megan inner tie rods which get you roughly 10-20 mm. Just curious what the angle difference would be.

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Postby Shinchu » Tue Apr 30, 2013 3:38 pm

found out the front flat tire is due to a leaky valve.
air that bad boy up and wrench down the dust cap!!!! lmao

and yeah i just saw the blakc limited on facebook that has CR-01 15x8.5 NEGATIVE SIXTY!!! thats on jubiride/CBY style flares. i think neg 15 is kinda... inadequate? :oops:

as for rear its pretty low. there is a thread on Powered by Max shows them cutting bump stop above pumpkin to get some travel back. but it has adjustable 4 link rear so i should be able to adjust pinion angle if it hasnt been done already. it was corner balanced at alex P's, but not sure about the rest of the alignment.

4,500 RPM at 70mph? i duno, R+P must be even shorter because... im at about 5k doing 45mph on my back streets in 5th!
i might jump on the freeway tonight after our temecula meet. see what happens. ;) :twisted:

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Postby chemtrails » Tue Apr 30, 2013 4:23 pm

Sup Shinchu, you have a meet in Temecula? i should come check it out
For your reference, bro had a 4.7 in it and a 4.7 isnt that bad once you get used to it, on mine i cruise at 65 mph at 4 grand and i drive to the track like that OBD but i have 14 wheels which worst.

And wheels stay away from big junkyard wheels, they're heavy and UGGGGGLLLLLYYY
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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby McLevin » Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:13 pm

1. Matt
2. 1985 JDM RHD levin coupe AE86
3. 16v 4age, map conversion
4. Ksport coilover conversion, kouki rear end, welded diff, beefy sway bars, small tires, CLUTCH KICKS!
5. not sure. minimum toe, -5ish degrees of camber up front.
6. Lot of streeting haha.
7. no actual crashes so far...
8. Team Mouse, Euo, the guys at L O O K I N G, Naoki Nakamura, This guy is my hero. http://www.youtube.com/user/runningfree86?feature=watch
9. Old picture. Big changes in the work this year.
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Postby ae86-20v-black » Tue Apr 30, 2013 5:59 pm

1.Jaime Piña......Image
2. ae86 gts 1987
3. 4age blacktop microtech lt10s
4. t3 all you can change and see
5. nevermind
6. last nigh
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8. favorite drifters................old school .... orido.
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Postby ae86-20v-black » Tue Apr 30, 2013 6:03 pm

t3 camber plates, roll center ajuster, 4 links , lateral rod, track braket, kaaz 2 way lsd, toyo r888, fidanza 6lbs flywheel, race oil cooler, sw20 front shocks 4 way ajust... rean camaro shocks 8 way, (tokico hts back and front) t3 front coilovers.....and wier performance 4.77 final drive.

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby davieTGB86 » Wed May 01, 2013 10:50 am

Deuce Cam wrote:What's the steering angle difference on a manual rack with power steering knuckles vs. manual knuckles with a 25mm lock spacer (nst, ajps, etc.)?

I'm currently using power knuckles on my manual rack, but I'm switching back to manual knuckles to get some of the feel back. I plan on using the 25 mm spacer that goes on the passenger side of the rack, or megan inner tie rods which get you roughly 10-20 mm. Just curious what the angle difference would be.


you need p/s knuckles if you need more angle. p/s knuckles are shorter then the manual ones
p/s knuckles + spacer = more angle.
that's what I run on mine.

Shinchu wrote:4,500 RPM at 70mph? i duno, R+P must be even shorter because... im at about 5k doing 45mph on my back streets in 5th!
i might jump on the freeway tonight after our temecula meet. see what happens. ;) :twisted:


u sure u are running 4.7?? remember you cant trust your cluster anymore once you put 4.7...
your mph will be thrown off. I might say your going 75mp but ur actually doing like 55pmh...
im doing like 65pmh around 4k. that with 15s in the rear. I think its different if you run 14s in the rear


chemtrails wrote:And wheels stay away from big junkyard wheels, they're heavy and UGGGGGLLLLLYYY


depends dude. not all junkyard wheels are ugly. but yes they are heavy and I wouldn't run them in the rear

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Re: ------------------REAL DRIFTER THREAD-------------------

Postby davieTGB86 » Wed May 01, 2013 10:53 am

McLevin wrote:1. Matt
2. 1985 JDM RHD levin coupe AE86
3. 16v 4age, map conversion
4. Ksport coilover conversion, kouki rear end, welded diff, beefy sway bars, small tires, CLUTCH KICKS!
5. not sure. minimum toe, -5ish degrees of camber up front.
6. Lot of streeting haha.
7. no actual crashes so far...
8. Team Mouse, Euo, the guys at L O O K I N G, Naoki Nakamura, This guy is my hero. http://www.youtube.com/user/runningfree86?feature=watch
9. Old picture. Big changes in the work this year.
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nice Matt!!

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