can trail blazer driftes?

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Asked by Apr 29, 2009 at 04:18 PM about the Chevrolet TrailBlazer

Question type: General

can the trail blazer driftes??if yes how much is the risk that it will roll down

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Yes it can if in Rear Wheel Drive mode. It is never recommended to drift tough on a vehicle with such a high center of gravity. The best way to drift a Trailblazer is to do it on gravel or snow and ice. I would tough not recommend it, unless you have some racing experience. with regards. bragi

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yes if you have the power and torque but know your limits I find many people think these cars tip over easier than they actually do I've done it in my new tundra 5.7

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we did it in my buddies moms 02 lol she still doesnt kno

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