How To Drift Perfectly - Fifth Gear
Welcome to the "Tiff Needell School of Drift and Performance Driving",
where Tiff and the head of Rallying Mark Higgins will be showing Amy
Williams (Olympic Skeleton Bob Champion) and Samantha Murray (Pentathlon
World Champion) how to execute a perfect drift in the Nissan 370Z Nismo.
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Scion FR-S Automatic Paddle Shift speed
quick video demonstrating the Scion FR-S automatic transmission shift
respose time and shift speed via its paddle shifted manual mode. Car is
totally stock. Rev-matches nicely and responds fast. Fun to use if you have
to get the automatic.
Which is better, manual or automatic transmission? Paddle shift or stick shift? Ending the debate!
http://carlylespicks.com/?p=142 Which is better, manual or automatic
transmission? Paddle shift or stick shift? Ending the debate!
For the true enthusiast, the clutch pedal and gear stick or shifter are a
JOY to use...NOT a burden. Traffic is the one exception but we are talking
about the car enthusiast. We drive fr PLEASURE, NOT to get to work or get
groceries. So traffic is not an issue when it's 7AM on a Saturday or Sunday
and you are headed to your favorite country road.
For the enthusiast, the clutch pedal is a PLUS not a minus. It is a
critical part of what makes driving a stick shift an art. Automatic is
email and manual is a hand written note. A dying art that is much more
involved and personal than email.
Making a perfect shift, makes me smile like NO paddle shift will EVER do!
Manual is a piano played with a live band, automatic is one man with a
Casio keyboard in his basement with automatic accompaniment generated by
the keyboard. The feeling of playing a complex piece correctly dwarfs any
reward of pressing ONE note and having the Casio keyboard play a bunch of
Is a paddle shift a manual transmission?
Being able to request gears manually does NOT make a transmission
automatic. Remember in the automatics from the 80s you had "2" "L" "R"? So
automatics have allowed you to "change gears" since the 80s. This is just
like modern paddle shifters do.
NOTE: A sequential gearbox is NOT the same as the classic automatic
gearbox, but the point is, you could ALWAYS select/request gears in
automatics. So the ability to SELECT gears does not make it manual. You
need the ability to physically disengage the clutch by moving the throw out
bearing and also to physically change the actual gears. This is all
mechanically done, not electronically. It requires focus, finesse,
strength, timing and skill and it's rewarding to do correctly.
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2015 Scion FR-S Monogram Full Review, Start Up, Exhaust
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An In depth review of the 2015 Scion FR-S Monogram. We'll Start up the
engine, Listen to the Exhaust, and
take a detailed view of the interior and exterior.
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Scion FRS Smoking Tires and Drifting
It's Game Day in Arizona and time to totally annihilate our Scion FRS. Our
Project Car displays its power, sound, and style from our product
development with Agency Power. Featuring a full header back Exhaust system, short ram intake, light weight
pulley, the FRS turns into a tire shred monster. Its handling and
suspension is doing serious work with compliments of KW V3 Coilovers,
Agency Power control arms, and sway bar. Exterior is hooked up with the
full Agency Power carbon package and inside the car Status Racing keeps the
All of these parts also fit the Subaru BRZ and Toyota GT86 worldwide.
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The Not So Nice | Scion FR-S Review | Part 1
SEE THE NEW UPDATED VIDEO PART 2:
Amazing Comments About Review:
"He has no camera presence, a foul mouth, doesn't appear to really excel
in automotive knowledge"
"Judging by way you present and deliver your arguments, the only cars youve
been in is the backseat of your friends as they drive you to and from the
7-11. In order to successfully give a review, you must have some sort of
platform to make the reader/viewer think you know what you are talking
"It is a torture to listen to him speaking, let alone review a car. "
"No it just sucks donkey **** even more after that. I want 6 mins of my
life back that I wasted staring at this crap."
"Nothing to see here, just some balding middle-class suburbanite with a
video camera, internet connection and the belief that people care about
what he has to say instead of leaving it to the professionals. I'm stunned
I sat through the whole thing to be honest."
"This guy talks about cars the same way that a man would explain to his
wife how he just gave her a VD. "um, well.... uh"
Dome P2 - A Japanese Dream, far ahead of its time...
A rare exhibit of a car which we rarely see even at car shows. A DOME
P-Zero, the only one in existence, a single prototype, made ambitiously by
M. Hayashi's DOME, a race car chassis designer/constructor. The visionary's
dream was to put this into production as the first Supercar from Japan.
However, like many such attempts in the past, resources, political climate,
regulatory factors, and other obstacles, it never saw a day when it can be
sold to the public and driven with license plates. The details are amazing
for a car conjured in the late 70's, especially considering how most all
oftener Japanese cars looked in that era.
Scion FR-S Drift Test
Ryan attempts to drift a Scion FR-S with the wrong transmission. Filmed at
Dirtfish Rally School.
Scion FR-S Test Drive & Driving Impressions
Experience the new Scion FR-S from the driver's seat.
I took a test drive the other day and filmed my impressions so my
girlfriend could get a feel for the car. She just got her wisdom teeth
taken out and wasn't in any shape to go on a test drive so I came to her
rescue and made this video of the experience.
Shameless plug: If you're local, around SE Michigan, be sure to ask for
Jamar Daniels at Victory Toyota of Canton, MI for information &
availability on the Scion FR-S. Had a great experience with him, he was
very helpful and generous with his time.
1. It has four wheels, which seemed very round when I inspected them.
2. Doors with which to enter and leave the car (you don't have to enter
through the windows or the top or bottom of the vehicle)
3. While driving the car, there is a round knob (though not as round as the
wheels) that controls the wind inside the car. The wind can be a mild
breeze, or a vicious tsunami blowing from little holes in the front
console. It can be cool or warm, and you can direct the wind. It makes you
feel very powerful.
4. There is also another button that lets you listen to people talking and
singing in the car, I believe Jamar called this a radio. This device only
allows for listening, and is therefore a one-way conversation. I tried
talking back to the people in the "radio" and they either couldn't hear me
or didn't feel like responding. I imagine they have a lot of people trying
to talk to them through the "radio." If you don't have a lot of friends and
want someone who never stops talking, this radio device is probably a good
thing for you to order.
5. The cloth seats have a red stripe on them. I assume that this is
probably from the animal's skin that was used to make them. The red stripe
tells me that the animal was fierce and vicious, trying to warn its
predators of it's danger with a warning color, much like bees and the
yellow jackets they wear. However, it mustn't have been a match for the
Scion hunters, as I hear many FR-S's are filled with seats made from this
In short, the FR-S makes me feel like an ancient hunting warrior that can
control wind, talk to spirits, and chase down fast dangerous animals.
Enjoy the video, I hope you find it helpful in your quest of filling the
empty void in your heart with a lightweight rear wheel drive sports coupe.
FRS (GT86, BRZ) vs RX8 vs S2000 Review - Everyday Driver
This is the Most-Requested Comparison we've come across on our show and
elsewhere... the much Hyped FRS taking on the well loved RX8 and Honda
While these challengers are no longer available new, they are real
cross-shopping options for many people. So, can the New Kid actually be
better than the old guard?
The guys spent a beautiful day on a favorite road to find out.
And see the FRS compared with the Genesis Coupe and Lotus Elise on our
Pacific Coast Highway roadtrip:
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Subaru BRZ drift secrets, stability control, VSC and TRC settings
Toyota, Subaru and Scion model. In this video Brett shows how to drift the
car the easy or hard way. Shows the TRC, VSC, ABS and anti skid settings.
Also shows a commonly misunderstood fact that this car cant easily have its
ASC 100% turned off. Also shows HOW to turn it off 100%!
In car footage, as well as what changes when you try the different factory