View Full Version : Zenki or Kouki? S13 or S14? which is good for drifting?

11-07-2013, 12:29 AM
now i know this question have been asked a few times and i have dug up some of the forums so please humour me..

i know that the s13 has lighter body than the s14 but the s14 has a better chassis than the s13

i am looking for more additional info because i saw a car in craigs and its a 1995 s14 zenki 5-speed for 3k

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11-07-2013, 12:44 AM
There is no 1994 s14 zenki lol.

11-07-2013, 12:55 AM
There is no 1994 s14 zenki lol.

lol you're right..i meant 1995 they were right nxt to each other..

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11-07-2013, 01:38 AM
the instant this thread goes from civil to flame war, its getting deleted. just a warning to anyone who decides to jump all over this guys thread...

11-07-2013, 05:39 AM
You might as well head this off at the pass and lock it.

11-07-2013, 12:40 PM
REALLY man??? AGAIN??????????????


The first time you got a pass for this thread:


Now you're at it again???!!! Dumbass thread #2 already...

The questions you're asking are very basic and do not warrant their own threads for discussion. All the info is easily searchable and we also have the small questions thread for little dumb things like this thread.

I'll be nice ONE more time, but this is the last one.

All S-chasis are pretty equally suited for drifting/roadrace/autocross. The S13's are a little lighter and feel more nimble. The S14's have improved rear suspension geometry and a little more rear grip on-throttle, but they're a little heavier and just don't feel quite as nimble. Pick whichever one suits your fancy, it doesn't matter.

Well except convertibles and fastbacks with sunroofs. Those give you aids and are for the peasants and tasteless...


11-07-2013, 01:09 PM
pretty sure the difference between the two is so negligible its like comparing green apples to red apples. were talking like an inch or two of wheel base, and 10mm wider stance.

now comparing a S chassis versus say a Mustang, or BMW for drifting would be a much better arguement.

completely difference suspensions, different steering, and different wheelbases

11-07-2013, 01:23 PM
Question answered very well by Chaluska. Going to lock this thread now!