I went drifting for the first time in almost 3 years on the weekend in my Skyline, had a few small issues and it was 40+ degrees celsius and I couldn't do full laps as the car really didn't like the heat but still great fun, wasn't able to get much in car footage but linked a few pics and a video from the side of the track below.
Here's an update to my car. Currently in the UK at a specialized company to build costum turbo kits.
Zurawski Motorsport. He's one of my sponsors for this season and he's doing all the fabrication work to my car.
Adding turbos to N/A engines gets always a like from me. I would probably end up doing the fabrication work myself for project like that, but it must be pretty epic to have a sponsor who can do that stuff for you.
Yeah, I was first looking at just buying parts myself and build it at home but I wanted something that's very competitive respond wise etc.. The equal flow intake plenum, anti-lag and decent exhaust manifold make worlds of difference. Where 500-600bhp or more cars get full boost above 4000rpm, I'd be around 2000-2500 on full boost. Specially on some more technical tracks it's a massive difference. I'll be close to 500bhp so that's enough for me. (As last year I became third in a big championship with only about 330-340bhp N/A (= not much torque from a 6cyl )