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Old 03-04-2009, 06:57 PM   #21
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you can drift anything - YouTube - Truck drifting - but as i stated previously... rwd is a must... otherwise your just sliding out of control in hopes of gaining it back again before you fubar the car
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Take it from the reformed ricer (thank God) you can power slide your brains out in your bonnie but leave drifting to the movies and RWD crazies. I tried it in my bonnie just to see if i still had my skillz, yeah bro not a good thing, and im no drifting rookie.
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