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Question: best front and rear horizontal offset for drift car 180sx

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Setting up a drift car involves a lot of personal preference and track conditions, but generally, here are some starting points you might consider: Front Offset: It is usually desirable to have a positive offset in a drift car for better grip and turning. The range can vary, but something around +15 to +25mm can be a good starting point. Rear Offset: The rear usually has a negative offset to get more traction and keep the car stable during drifts. You might start off with something around -5 to -15mm. Remember, these are broad generalizations and might not work perfectly for your specific needs. Always consider your personal driving style, local track conditions, and tire specifications when setting up your drift car. Experimentation and trial-and-error is key here.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 4, 2024, 3:02 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 4, 2024

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