60/60/60 is fully locked, data logger evidence inside - also full LSD explanation.

Discussion in 'GT6 Drifting' started by FussyFez, Apr 15, 2014.

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  1. FussyFez

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    I didn't respond for a reason.

    That reason being, you contradicted yourself... Again...

    I then quoted TTCH stating the opposite.

    You then contradicted your original statement of

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    What exactly did you mean by 'It was definitely 5-60-60 in GT5, I'm 100% sure of that.' ?








    The paragraph @SmokeNrubber quoted included 'stability mid slide' and and 'I', stating that it was my personal opinion.

    I know you love wheelspin, but I like some form of traction and forward thrust.

    We were also talking about drifting in general, not just tandeming.

    @SmokeNrubber PM'd me and we are having a disscusion about it currently.

    Here's a little quote from our conversation

    I am aware that some people like endless wheelspin when drifting, but it doesn't make my opinion wrong.
     
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  2. Gonales

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    That's the thing. I know I never contradict myself. So, you must be mistaken about something.

    TTCH never quoted any opposite. I got my differential numbers from drifting with him. Why would they suddenly be wrong considering I never changed them?

    And I can't relate this issue to GT5, simple because:

    Quick Re-cap:

    GT5: 5-60-60: 2-way differential.
    60-60-60: Welded differential. (I didn't test it myself, so it's 'hear say'.)
    BOTH of these differentials are considered locked, mid-drift.

    GT6: 5-60-60: Unknown
    60-60-60: 2-way differential. (Due to no proper clutch testing/usage, I believe this is ALSO a welded differential.)
    Once again, BOTH of these differentials are considered locked, under the right circumstances.

    As far as I know, a locked differential means that the function of the differential is being applied to a maximum, regardless of the type of differential.


    It doesn't make you wrong, but it makes your post lacking, that's why I added to it. The fact that you added to it in private messages, is not something I can see, right? Or do you really expect me to be able to read them?

    And tandeming is 90% of drifting. It's the whole point of drifting in the first place. Without tandems, there is no point in drifting solely apart from having fun on your own. Which, can also be done by driving very fast for example.
     
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    Okay
     
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  4. SmokeNrubber

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    Actually, my interests in said paragraph were more about FussyFez' slight misconception of drag racing in GT.
    I'd already stated I'm from a drag racing background and don't have a huge interest in drifting.

    At any rate, he has been kind enough to engage me in PM's in off topic matters that are of interest to me.
    No need for this to go any further.



    However I did find this humorous.
    :confused::confused:
     
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  5. Streeto

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    @Streeto , @SmokeNrubber
    English is your native language correct?

    You know what the subject of a sentence is, right?

    See what I did there?

    Both sentences said EXACTLY the same thing. ;)
     
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  8. twitcher

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    @Gonales, did you actually say "I know I never contradict myself"??????



    How is the interwebz still functioning?? How has the universe not imploded :confused:???
     
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  9. Gonales

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    I don't. And I dare you to prove otherwise. (Prove decently, not like this 'smart' Australian guy did.)
     
  10. twitcher

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    Easily. Ask yourself, "Am I a Human Being?"

    If you answer "Yes", then, as a condition that comes with being Human, you contradict yourself from time to time....we all do.

    If you answer "No", then you might be correct in saying that you never contradict yourself. If this is truly the case, I feel pretty excited right now, as this is the first time I've had a back and forth conversation with a non-human. What planet, galaxy, universe, or dimension do you come from? Or are you human created AI? Have we reached the singularity already??? Omg, where have I been, how did I not know???

    ....
     
  11. Gonales

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    I don't contradict myself on these forums. As such, I know neither you, nor anybody else can prove me contradicting myself. I sometimes contradict myself in real life, mostly because I can not remember everything I ever said.

    But because of the fact that I over-analyse what I, and other people type on this forum I can remember what I said in the most cases.
     
  12. t3kc0h

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    But saying you never contradict yourself is like saying that the sun never shines. Everyone that is human, possibly even alien, does it at some point in their life.
     
  13. Gonales

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    What is it with people and NOT reading posts? Read my last post? :/
     
  14. t3kc0h

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    That is my fault I didn't read the entirety. :dopey: I guess selective hearing just went to selective reading. xD

    But in all honesty, my bad. I apologize.
     
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    Hint of racism or?? Why not just say who your talking about...
     
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  16. Gonales

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    Scroll up.
     
  17. FussyFez

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    Who's the 'smart Australian' ?



    I'm done with trying to communicate with you on this subject.

    I honestly don't care anymore.
     
  18. SmokeNrubber

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    Last time I checked I was reasonably capable of reading, writing and speaking English.
    Was there any part of my previous posts that suggested otherwise?

    Now it seems not only do you not understand the meaning of word contradictory, but also struggle with the simple word 'exactly'. :crazy:

    I can post the meaning of both if it would be of benefit to you.

    No wonder people in this thread seem frustrated with your responses. :banghead:

    .... Gladly returning to the drag forums.

    Good day gentlemen.
     
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    Don't worry fellas just walk it off down to the pub and have a pint of beer or two ;) See you guys there :lol:
     
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  20. Gonales

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    I'm sorry, but I've even used different colors in my text to point out to you that you need to learn grammar. You're wrong. Period.

    And if you don't understand why, go back to primary school, thank you.

    The other person I'm responding to in this message. The person trying to be 'smart', but actually totally isn't.

    Maybe, if you're doe trying to communicate, try to read. Learn something. Thanks.
     
  21. FussyFez

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    Okay
     
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    Enough. :rolleyes:
     
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