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Old 06-21-2006, 08:11 PM
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whos the best street drifter in the US??

STREET DRIFTER
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Old 06-21-2006, 08:29 PM
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Old 06-26-2006, 11:32 AM
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yea right in japan???

keiichi tsuchiya is the best by far even though taniguchi is awsome in that hyper silviz keiichi tsuchiya is the drift king.
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Old 06-26-2006, 04:01 PM
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japan: keiichi, kazama, orido, taniguchi, and nomuken are all great drivers.

us: i duno, i dont ever watch it..
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Old 06-26-2006, 06:19 PM
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U.S. DONT have one, we practice drifting in public like idiots, we dont deserve to have, in Japan, HANDS DOWN TSUCHIYA, especially for his age. the "DR1FT B1BL3" OWNS
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Originally posted by d16-2-sr20
U.S. DONT have one, we practice drifting in public like idiots, we dont deserve to have, in Japan, HANDS DOWN TSUCHIYA, especially for his age. the "DR1FT B1BL3" OWNS
I guess the japanese didnt invent drifting on public mountain roads , right?
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Old 07-17-2006, 09:52 PM
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I guess the japanese didnt invent drifting on public mountain roads , right?
Exactly, what a stupid comment... Just cause you know some guy that drifts on public roads doesnt mean everyone does.
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Old 07-23-2006, 12:42 PM
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I dont have a fav US driver i wanted to see if there were any street drifters that were bad ***. I know a couple. Not the best in the world but then again they dont drive through touge ever day so i guess there pretty good. THey say im decent but i always hear of some guy who is putting it down in touge but i never get to be there even though i was drifting 3-4 days a week and touge 1-2 times a week back in the day. US driver still dont understand the rain. I love it. And no i dont do circles in parking lots when it rains.. Funner to go faster.. THis is why JApan owns...
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Fred Flintstone...You gotta be a real man to drift the flintmobile!
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Fred Flintstone...You gotta be a real man to drift the flintmobile!
Barney had endless toenails. They were low dust but high squeel.
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Barney had endless toenails. They were low dust but high squeel.
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Originally posted by RuizXIII
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LOL tank abbot
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in jpn.:kazama
in the states: vaughn gitten jr, chris foresberg, and tanner foust
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Kazama by far, have you guys seen were he "rodeo drifts" in the S13 convertible?
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