The JZX100 from this pack is incredible:
I also really like the Gravy Garage pack:
There's a good drift server called Pizzy's Drift Server! You'll need the Gravy Garage pack for that one. I'm in that server most nights after about 8:30 or so. I also host a server on Tuesday and Saturday nights (usually) with just a mate of mine, we're usually doing the Shutoko Expressway, drifting at Nikko or the standard drift park, or doing touge runs. You can find Nikko here:
If you watch Noriyaro on Youtube you'll get to know Nikko fairly well, he does a few events there.
All of the tutorials I've seen instruct you to use the standard Kunos cars (AE86, E30, Supra) when learning drifting but honestly I found them quite difficult. I jumped in a few cars with roughly 450hp from the above packs and it was much easier to get the hang of. Wheel and FFB settings are pretty important too, here is the preset that I use for FFB:
The wheel will probably be lighter than you're used to but it works better for drifting that way. I use the Thrustmaster TS-PC, if you're on a Logitech or something you might need to increase your FFB gain a little to where it feels nice. If there's one piece of advice I can give it is to drive around slowly and give some small clutch kicks to get the back out a little, and practice catching it. Get a bit wilder over time and soon enough you'll be linking corners.
Here's a peek at the comp section at Nikko Circuit, it's heaps of fun:
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