Thread: E46 M3 drifting
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Old 09-25-2002, 03:36 AM   #17
Rutger
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Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: Netherlands
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If you keep the speed low there shouldn't be a problem when practicing on the road.

Just take the turns in second gear!

30 mph max, the car is easily controlled at this speed and if you make a mistake you can stop the car in no time.

The E36 M3 in Holland is 286bhp. So we've got 46 more but E30 M3's (200 bhp) work fine as well.

Just make sure it's wet on the street. No problemo's then!

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