What is the best daily driver/drifter setup

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Asked by Oct 06, 2009 at 03:33 PM about the Nissan 240SX

Question type: Car Customization

4 Answers

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Gutted interior, welded diff, no exhaust, stock s13 seat, cut springs, and do a manual to automatic swap. You should be GOLD after all that.

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just out of curiosity, why is automatic better?

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i was thinkin da same shit why does this dude chris say automatic is better. we all know that standard is way better because u can control your rpm much better and u have a clutch so u can clutch kick on turns, instead of power sliding through them.

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I was being super sarcastic sorry. What you really should be looking at is: Manual transmission for sure. 2-Way diff (if you can afford it) or a VSLD, or even a welded diff. Beware that a welded WILL eat up your tires even if your not drifting. Upgraded Seat - I hear too many horror stories about being getting thrown around in their ride mid drift. Coilovers - If your looking to get something cheap and efficient i'd go with either Megan Streets or PBM coilovers Brakes - A lot of people do Z32 caliper conversions. Go for it, if you have the funds. If not i'd just get some brembo blanks and HAWK pads.

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