You don't need it unless you are running on asphalt. On dirt just come off the gas to unload the rear and then pitch and gas it to start the slide. Easy peasy. The looser the surface, the easier to get it sliding. 2 wheel drive will be easier than 4 wheel. I was doing this in my grass field, works best if the grass is cut short and dry (like it is now). Sand is where I learned this technique, my King sand car turned best this way. Of course, it had a solid rear axle so didn't turn for shit any other way. LOL
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