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You should raise the tire pressures up 5-10psi. I suggest setting the tire pressure in the rear either equal to or higher then the front. That will loosen up the rear so the car will drift a little easier. You are going to have to adjust your driving style alot, but learning is what makes it fun.
 

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Remeber that I have a B12 which is completely different from your car, but the same principles apply for almost every FWD car. To check if you have the proper pressure, mark the sidewalls with chalk. If it rubs off when cornering, your pressures are too low. Just keep adding pressure to the rear until it slides the amount you want.
 
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