Ultimate Drift Hunters Tuning Guide
Are you looking for the best tune in Drift Hunters? We’ve got you covered with this ultimate tuning guide.
One of the most exciting aspects of the free-to-play Drift Hunters game is the tuning prospects.
Not only are you able to unlock your dream drift cars, but you can then tune and customize each vehicle to suit your driving style.
One of the best things about Drift Hunters compared to other tuning games is the simplicity of getting your ride to look how you wish, without being too complicated.
We’ve tried everything, from real-world tuning setups to the most ridiculous designs imaginable, to bring you this ultimate Drift Hunters tuning guide.
Here’s an amusing example of how NOT to execute your drift car stance!
So, let’s show you how it should be done.
Drift Hunters Tuning
To get started, we recommend heading to “PARTS” from the main menu and then upgrading the “ENGINE” and “TURBO” to “RACING” with the FREE 25000 in-game credits.
If you’ve already splashed your cash on another car, it may be worth heading to the track to earn some money to carry out these upgrades first, especially the turbo.
Don’t panic if not, as you can always upgrade these later on.
Tuning Your Car
Head back to the main menu, and select “TUNING.”
We recommended upgrading the turbo because this will allow you to adjust all of the options within the tuning menu.
Firstly, we can see that the “TURBO” option in the tuning menu allows us to customize the turbo pressure (assuming you upgraded the turbo.)
We keep this to the max, as we like ALL OF THE POWER, but if you’re getting started, you may find that lowering the turbo boost (pressure) will make the car more predictable.
The front camber changes the angle of your front wheels.
When it comes to drifting, negative camber is more desirable on the front, which will provide maximum ground contact when turning.
While this is mostly a personal preference, we typically run around -5 to -6 degrees of negative camber in Drift Hunters for the best combination of style and function.
As you’ve hopefully guessed, too much positive camber isn’t going to be great in the rear, either!
Traction is everything when it comes to drifting, so try not to go too crazy with your rear camber, opting for around -1 to -2 degrees for optimal grip.
Stance and fitment can transform a drift car from looking insanely cool to being the butt of the jokes at the track.
As you may have guessed, both these extremes at the opposite ends of the scale are a little too much, and we feel that a front offset of around 3 cm is typically the sweet spot, although it varies from car to car.
Getting the top of your tire flush with the fender is the goal for the ultimate fitment.
While a wide track offers superior traction, going too far with the rear offset will once again make the car look ridiculous.
Much like the front, go as wide as you can to get the tire sitting flush with the fender. But don’t be afraid to go a little beyond (or even Kyle Mohan style) if that suits your tastes better.
We’ve found that brake balance comes down to personal preference, and we feel it’s best left alone.
However, if you feel as though the car isn’t handling quite how you’d like when you hit the brakes, adjusting this will allow you to control the front/rear ratio of the brake pressure.
As you probably guessed, this changes the ride height of your vehicle - without having to spend hours tweaking your coilovers!
We’ve shown the extremes of the front ride height here, and this varies between different cars.
At this point, if you’ve used excessive camber, then your wheels may begin poking through the fenders, but if you’ve gone for a sensible setup, then the sweet spot is usually around -4 to -5 cm.
Let’s face it, few things in life are more satisfying than a drift car with well-executed fitment!
When adjusting your rear height, it’s the final piece of the puzzle for perfecting your ideal drifting setup.
While a slammed look at -8 cm provides a sweet-looking stance, increasing the height to around -5 cm will allow a little more flex in the suspension while still looking fantastic.
Since we can’t provide subtle braking in Drift Hunters, with the brake key being an “all or nothing” approach, some players prefer to lower the brake pressure.
As you may have guessed, this falls to personal preference, so we highly recommend tweaking both this and the brake balance mentioned above to see which one works best for you.
Now that you’ve got your tuning setup refined, it’s time to head to the track and begin pulling off the most impressive combos imaginable.
Once you’ve earned enough credits, you’ll be able to purchase all of your dream rides and fill your garage.
Don’t forget that once you’ve found your favorite drift car in the game, you can unlock all of the “PRO” drift upgrades for the ultimate weapon!
With 26 fully customizable cars and 10 unique drifting locations, as well as a vast array of upgrades, Drift Hunters is sure to provide plenty of free-to-enjoy drifting entertainment.
So, there we have it! We hope that we’ve covered everything you could want to know about Drift Hunters tuning in this guide.
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