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Im amazed this topic has been on for 4 and a half years!
All TT's are 4WD cars, If you pull the handbrake and carry on the power, the rear wheels will eventually kick in. ( Thats in real life ). But GT3...
Hey Izeliae, you did well for a first AWD car! Anyway, Nice drifting.
I use TCS but I turn it down to like 1 or 2!
Yeah 6 years and still going, a long time isnt it. I think were a bit off topic.
I have all golds on that one and I floored it as fast as I can and braked perfectly.
Infact I hate the Special Stage 11 track. Ahh i gets on my nerves so much! 10 laps or more of racing! It's so long too!
That car is one hell of a car to drift. He did well to keep it in control.
Im sorry, I get things mixed up sometimes.
Yeah, im going to do some tests.
I belive its just your "X" is jammed in the controller. It happend to me once and I flipped. I just hit it hard and there I go :)
I would just use Super Slicks. And a Reasonably hard suspension.
His drifting is pretty good, but he takes it too seriously.
A car usually goes about 20 laps around the Test Course and then the oil light will come on. But the bigger the Engine the more oil it uses, so...
No, different cars use different oil rates. The Mazda 787B is like the TVR, it loses oil very quickly.
Lets just say you like any car. :dopey:
Yeah, they work on the crap games for like a week, then they bring it out and people think, " What the hell!".
A TVR Tuscan is good for the Polyphony League, The trouble is, it Eats oil.
Yes it does, but about 150 laps of hard racing and you win a Nismo Skyline R-Tune thats worth about 25,000. And does about 320kph ( havent chacked...
My mistake Sorry, It is a Denso Sard Supra not a Castrol. Sorry.