you dont really negative camber, just lower it to get rid of body roll stiffen, unless your going into drifting seriously. @johan there a good car to drift with the right driver they were all therage in ireland for drifting about 5 years ago them and ae86's them 180's and s14's could be got alot cheaper and there alot easier to drift
Some people run loads, I say experiment with your driving style.
As a rule, the more camber you roll on, the sharper the turn in will be.
Horses for courses, init.
And a big ol' drift beemer? There's loads of people use 'em, so they can't be that bad.
Or have I run into some Jap spec drift purists here?
As far as I can make out, there's no such thing as 'too big and heavy to drift'.
When I was a tyre fitter, I used to use a LWB HiTop Mercedes Sprinter van, and I used to drift that a pearler in the wet (once managed 3 laps of a big roundabout in Peterborough without going forwards, w00t!)... but I must say, I wasn't brave enough to go for a proper drift in the dry, in case it went over!
And I only got told off once by my boss for doing it (his father watched me slithering around a roundabout....).
With enough practice, you can drift anything RWD. Seen the vids of the drift truck cab at Crail raceway? Class.
u really dont need front wheel camber and u really dont need back wheel camber unless if ur trying to get less grip. idk much about ur car but im pretty sure theres gonna b anti-skid in there so take out the fuses for that and it should make it way easier to drift