do u think anyone can drift a carrera GT ?

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Asked by Sep 11, 2009 at 04:53 PM about the Porsche Carrera GT

Question type: Car Customization

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drift, no. powerslide, yes

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yeah its possible...remove the dash and make the car lighter using carbon fiber aerodynamic materials...add drift tires, stiffer suspension and brake kit, tuned ECM and TCS, carbon drive shaft, differential...a Carrera is a bit harder to master coz u cant get the same skid angle from a rear-engine car rather than the front-engine rwd ones...so it takes a lot more practice...maybe that Drift King guy from japan can drift a GT...it's gonna be cool to watch that happen....

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carrera gt pang drift?! ewan ko lang ha...never thought of that...

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well for one thing the pivot point at which the car likes to spin at. since the engine is in the rear. but take out the tcs program and give me some time in a big parkinbg lot and i bet i could firgure out the best way to drift it.

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Supercars exposed on speed channel the guy drifted one and it on a canyon also it was sick try to look it up on youtube.

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i already saw that "GT drift by the canyon" video...so u mean even stock Carreras can drift like that?! that's sick man! cooooool!!!!

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I would have thought theyd mention if it was tuned for drifting so ya I think the stock could probably drift also im sure

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