Extreme settings for toe and camber will make your car drive terribly - you will probably be awarded some drift skills while you’re fighting for control, but you can never drive in a straight line let alone compete in a race. The caster setting doesn’t seem to do anything - for me at least. And the differential settings vary from car to car.
If you have a decent tune, adequate power, and some driving experience your car will drift when you want it to and race when you don’t. If you don’t know how to tune, there are tons of tunes available for every car. You might have to try a few before you find one that feels right but you’ll get a lot more use out of the car if drifting isn’t mandatory.
My favorite “sleeper” drift car is the Meyers Manx. I have a few tunes shared if you want somewhere to start.
Front accel 50
Front decel 0
Rear accel 75 to 80
Rear decel 75 to 80
Balance 75 to 85 (closer to 85 allows you to obtain a deeper angle easier but closer to 75 lets you keep a deeper angle without spinning out)
If you go to Don Joewon Song’s youtube channel, he tuned and posted a video for the Hoonigan Ford RS200. In his posted youtube video for that car he shows his settings for the tune. This is a good AWD drift tune, as he demonstrates in the video. Hope that helps.
I got a AWD Mitsubishi Eclipse tuned for drifting. not gonna go into full details so engine, gearing, aero is all up to you. but ill share the info you need.
Tires = 28.0 front/ 22.5 back
Camber = -3.7 front/ -0.5 back
Toe = 0.5 front/ -0.1 back
Caster = 7.0
Camber: (when drifting right as example, and you counter steer left , you would want your left front tire to be as close to a 90 degree angle to the road as possible.)
Toe: ( add/remove front toe to increase or decrease your angle. imagine a dog running with its back legs going faster than its front legs. positive toe makes the dogs front legs a little bit slower.)
Balance all of your suspension and anti roll settings according to the weight of the cars engine. (Modifying the car adds or removes weight. towards to front end.)
A= The stiffest setting
B= the softest setting
C= Weight % on front (52%= .52)
Balance = 48%
Pressure = 150%
Front = Acc 75%/ Dec 0%
Rear = Acc 100%/ Dec 95%
Balance = 90% Rear