These days there are plenty of techniques which are being used by people for RC car drifting. Few of the most popular car drifting techniques are as mentioned below but it all to a great extend depends on your in grasping the techniques and the practice time utilized by you in mastering the technique.
One of the most important thing about the drifting technique is that first of all the RC car driver needs to master the racing techniques.
The ‘Heel and Toe Shifting’ technique as the term suggests the RC driver to use heel and toe. Basically the RC driver is required to press the brakes with the right foot, while at the same time pressing the clutch using the left foot. In this process there will be smooth downshifting without the vehicle being jolted.
The ‘Clutch Kick Drift’ is one of the basic drifting techniques. It can be utilized while the driver approaches the turn, the clutch is held, and the rpm is increased and downshifts. The driver then required releasing the clutch; it has a smooth effect and makes a power surge that makes the back wheels lose their traction.
‘E-Brake drifting’ technique is utilized when the driver enters a turn. The RC driver is required to pull the emergency brake locking the back wheels. After that the driver steers into the turn and the back end swings out causing a drift.
‘Jump drifting’ technique is used while entering a turn. In this process the driver bounces the inside rear tire over the inner curb for shifting the weight of the car to the outside wheels inducing a loss in the traction.
For the ‘Power over drift’ the RC driver accelerates into and through the entire turn making the back end swinging out as the weight shifts on exit.
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