iPad Fastlane-how do you drift?

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  1. Hello

    Hello Well-Known Member

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    how do you drift in Fastlane, I keep skidding out of control or completely stopping.
    Any techniques or help? Thanks
     
  2. Everydaynormalguy

    Everydaynormalguy Well-Known Member

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  3. tunawrap

    tunawrap Well-Known Member

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    #3 tunawrap, Jan 5, 2009
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    To drift you simply turn the hell outta your ipod/iphone!
     
  4. gootch12

    gootch12 Well-Known Member

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    Start with the Talon G100, it's the easiest car to control during a drift.

    Tap the break then cut the wheel a bit in the direction you want the car to go.

    Then slowly, gently , gingerly ease the car back towards straight.

    Remain on the gas during the whole thing.

    Learn the tracks. Concentrate on just one track until you really get the hang of it.

    Don't worry, It seems really hard at first, but soon you'll be doing things that now seem impossible.

    And...it is sooo fun!

    Good luck!
     
  5. NotYou

    NotYou Well-Known Member

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    I find it's best to tap the gas when coming out of the drift. I keep the pedal down for the whole drift, but let up for just a moment when I try to regain control.
     
  6. Slayer_megadeth

    Slayer_megadeth Well-Known Member

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    I use the break pedal for drifting. Just tap once and the car will go into drift rest depends upon your skill, how well you control the car.
     
  7. gootch12

    gootch12 Well-Known Member

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    Actually, NotYou is right.

    Sometimes (sometimes mind you, not most often) when coming out of a drift the car will not regain traction (I believe it is because the car is redlining and the wheels are just spinning), I will release the gas for a moment to allow for traction to be re-established, then I will get back on the gas.
     

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