Parts and explanation of the car.
Updated 05/17/2012 1:08 AM
The Parts that are not on the car are as followed:
Sports intake Manifold
Racing Air Filter
Fully Custom Transmission
Adjustable Limited Slip Differential
Full Customization Suspension kit
The parts that are on the car but not listed in the setup:
Carbon Drive Shaft
I want the car to be in-between 400-500 horsepower for control of the car as it slides sideways
Also you will notice I picked the height-adjustable sports kit over the full custom racing kit
Reason being that you do not worry too much about the spring rates and dampers. You really want to focus on the ride height as well as having the option of changing it. Plus the fixed sports kit would not allow you to anyways. Also you want your anti-roll bars low if you choose to go with the full custom suspension kit. Performance wise I placed 593rd in Eiger Nordwand and 493 in Cape Ring online drift events taking place 5/16 til 5/30. Not bad for a first timer.
Overall this is a beginner to seasoned type of drift tune. Cost somewhere in-between $60k-90k. If you just started GT5 there are numerous of ways to build up car quick and fast. So if you are looking into drifting for the first time I highly recommend a 370z or 350z as a starting drift car.