Customize your car to fit your desire. You get to choose from different sets of wheels, spoilers and also to customize the paint color on all parts of the vehicle. Then engage into the most speedy drift race that you will ever have to face in your life. Four contestants and you will have to be the fastest to be the winner!
Did you know? Guide to reproduce a Peel Out
You’ve seen it in movies, you’ve seen it in your area and you’ve definitely seen it before. Burnouts are one of the most famous drifting games that exist and although it is very fascinating to watch, it comprises of certain risk to you and your car. They are also known as peel put or power break and is among the most watched kind of drifting games. Bear in mind that although it is really fascinating to watch a burnout, it comprises multiple risks both to the driver and the car if not properly done and can result in severe accidents. In this guide we are going to teach you how to achieve the burnout with minimal risk but keep in mind that it is dangerous and if you are not familiar with the techniques, it is better to drop it.
First of all, safety is of the upmost importance, not only for you but for people around as well. So to begin with, make sure to choose a location that is not crowded and also has a very large empty surface area with no lamp post or anything you might collide with. Now the next step is to determine whether your car is a front wheel drive or a rear wheel drive car. The second thing to check is to see whether your hand brake is working fine. If so, you are ready to engage in one of the world’s most dangerous drifting game.
For FWD (Front Wheel Drive), follow these steps carefully. First of all, put the car in first gear and hold the clutch. After that, hit on the accelerator pedal without releasing the clutch. This step is also called reving the engine. Let the engine go for around four seconds and then pull the handbrake and release the clutch. This will cause your car to instantly get a boost and depending on circumstances will most likely produce a burnout. You can control the burnout by releasing or tightening the handbrake. To stop the burnout, let go of the accelerator slowly while freeing the brake. This is a basic peel out and very common among the drifting games.
For RWD (Rear Wheel Drive), it is slightly different. The first step is to gently press the brake with your left foot. After that, gently push the accelerator until you feel the car moving slightly forward. Immediately and at the same time, hit the gas to the max and press the brake even harder. This Is if you have an automatic car. For manual cars, you should first hit the clutch and rev the engine. And in a very quick motion, release the clutch and hit the pedal to the floor while hitting the brakes as well.