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Question: best steering ratio and steering agressiveness for drift car 180sx

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The steering ratio and steering aggressiveness for a drift car like a 180SX can largely depend on your personal driving style and preference. However, there are some general suggestions to follow: Steering Ratio: You might prefer a quick steering ratio. Something around 2.5:1 to 3.0:1 is often favored by drift racers. This means for every 2.5 to 3 turns of the steering wheel, your wheels will have made a complete rotation. Steering Aggressiveness: This directly correlates to how responsive and sensitive the steering is. Again, this depends on your style of driving but for drifting, a medium to high steering aggressiveness is often preferred to get more decisive and sharper turns. It's also worth mentioning the importance of getting an adjustable steering rack, which will allow you to modify the ratio according to your needs. Keep in mind all these changes can affect how the car behaves in terms of manageability and stability at high speeds, so it is recommended to test alterations in a safe and controlled environment and slowly adjust to your desired specifications. Also, remember that a 180SX is rear-wheel drive with around 200 horsepower, so altering your car's suspension setup, tires, and getting a limited-slip differential (if your car doesn't already have one) will also greatly impact your ability to drift. Lastly, keep practicing your drifting skills safely and responsibly, as that's the crucial factor in becoming an accomplished drifter.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 4, 2024, 3:04 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 4, 2024

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