The Gutter Run Technique

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Just me and the boys doing some lonely driving we were going to the beach but ended up going racing

Author — Takumi Fujiwara

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Lol the 86 got out of the gutter sooner than everyone else like it had the spirit of Takumi saying "I'm making my move here!" just before it would overtake the other two cars. Fortunately, the driver made the 86 chill out lol

Author — Tomislav Vazdar

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Imagine going the opposite way just to see 4 very old jdm cars using the gutter run next to you
edit prepositions so people dont get the wrong idea although its perfectly fine
edit 2 added more vocab surely people wont pick on me again

Author — JustKev

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My friend tried to do this in his 2007 Taurus beater it’s nice knowing he’s got a car now that has proper working suspension and alignment.

Author — ZetaVec

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Where I live, there are numerous corners that are sloped perfectly that a skilled enough driver can do a gutter run on them. I can end up taking some 90 degree turns that normally need to be taken at 15-20 at 35-40mph, and exiting those turns is the best feeling I've ever had while driving.

Author — Josh S

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I wonder if the gutter run would even help IRL? I'd think with the AE85 and 86's live axle, you'd lose contact area (and therefore grip) on the outer tire. Same with an FC and its semi-trailing rear suspension. If I remember correctly, the EG Civic has double wishbone rear suspension so it might see the most benefit from the technique

Author — MilesPrower1992

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Should be called: How to find EVERY lost nail/screw and tire shedding trash EVER.

Author — CRYIPTIC CREEP

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I did that in an arcade race b4 and my friends were like: how’d you curve so fast

Author — DaDoodOfIDK

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*respect to ae86 still amazing till this day and with another jdm cars out there. i proud to Japanese culture*

Author — Fu Ru

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It doesn't work if you don't drive at a certain speed which must be rather high...
At the entrance of the bend you lift your feet and pass a third and a half of this latter, you put the gas back on and you swallow the bend like a Catalan cream, here goes by itself. (well I have an FWD).
And if there is a ledge between the road and the gutter you can accelerate even harder, by wedging the inside of the wheel in the gutter against this ledge .😁

Author — Frédéric Colombier

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very effective ngl, also this video got blessed by algorithm

Author — Electro3 Strike

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I did it with my Hatchi, and my Mark 1 and 2 MR2s. It works if you find the right grooved roadway on a curve

Author — Phoenix Mister Two

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Driving a maintenance gulf cart on a local county gulf course, every day, conditioned me to drive my car with the passenger side wheels on the shoulder when I'm trying to avoid potholes and chipped pavement – even at 55 miles per hour.

Author — cgrscott

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I think I mostly use this technique on the initial D game on my phone but ended up hitting the guardrail after corners and hairpins.

Author — Louis Lane

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I use the technique in real life on a specific curve nearly every day.

Author — Wayne S.

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This is what happens when you don't deliver tofu at 3 a.m, gutter technique won't work because of traffic

Author — Rifqi Hatta

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I saw the photo of this place some time ago, I'm glad I was able to see the video.

Author — Akaline Rally

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Comments out here making it like this is the most revolutionary generational motor driving technique ever. But I've been doing this just for fun every now and then whenever I find a spot like that and I do find a lot of these where I come from. It's a hilly rainy area and our gutters are all like that. It's fun.

Author — Mr Me

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Legend says it makes your car turn easily 😅

Author — Nismo YT

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This was recommended to me after watching an episode of Initial D where Takumi actually does this against the Miata I believe 😂 crazy how they monitor my movements

Author — JTchills