Assetto Corsa PC Mods General DiscussionPC 

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Something cool incomming
 
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Turkey
İstanbul
Yanki_99100
I dunno if you can take critic but seeing that idk, I want ask 1 or 2 thing. Like Isn't that led are too much if per one car? I think I never seeing R8 Evo with that amount of led.

Sponsor placement actually bit ehhhhh, with all centered on side. You can use front bumper area actually for that.

well start bit nitpicking in here, but in my opinion you can use newer (2021) numberplate to get more update livery vibes (Blancpain already leaves GTWC since 2020) and why coloring sidewall? it just straight bad (Pirelli sidewall are boring tho)

Idk in the end this feels like half baked itasha in my eyes.

Tbh, it is very disappointing. They teased this skin like an RSS mod and it looks simple imo. I am not an expert but it think it looks horrendous. I respect the effort though. (I might not be popular for this, but i don't give a flying ****.)
 
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France
France
Not to jump to conclusions here and take anything away from your work but did you skin this yourself or just use someone else's skin and change a few things to make it yours and did you get permission to do so?

It's written in the description on RD and in my previous post, I used GuiihRamos skin with a lot of modification time, or is the concern, the result will be the same, I'm just sharing ...
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
It's written in the description on RD and in my previous post, I used GuiihRamos skin with a lot of modification time, or is the concern, the result will be the same, I'm just sharing ...

But that doesn't answer my question of whether you got permission to "modify" someone else's skin. If I make a skin and you then take it and change it and upload it as your's without asking me isn't that a little bit rude?
As I say sorry if i'm getting the wrong end of the stick here.
 
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Australia
Australia
Oval track racing.. what am I missing, because there are heaps of oval tracks, but, i just tried a few in races, and, well, after 3 laps i was falling asleep from boredom, with BOP cars the field, position essentially remains exactly the same as no cornering skill or agression make any difference, its like a merry go round of tedium.. is there a specific kind of car this gets exciting in? what is the draw?
 
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France
France
But that doesn't answer my question of whether you got permission to "modify" someone else's skin. If I make a skin and you then take it and change it and upload it as your's without asking me isn't that a little bit rude?
As I say sorry if i'm getting the wrong end of the stick here.

Did the modified kunos cars have an authorization before being modified? and what the creator of Content Manager has permission from Kunos to modified AC? does everyone have permission to modify? i spent several hours and several days changed everything, i can delete everything, that's not a problem ...
 
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Iceland
Iceland
Oval track racing.. what am I missing, because there are heaps of oval tracks, but, i just tried a few in races, and, well, after 3 laps i was falling asleep from boredom, with BOP cars the field, position essentially remains exactly the same as no cornering skill or agression make any difference, its like a merry go round of tedium.. is there a specific kind of car this gets exiting in? what is the draw?
Different strokes for different folks, I guess. I've never got oval racing either, but it does seem very popular with people whose father is also their brother (how's that for efficiency?).
Ditto with drifting, I just cannot see the attraction of driving around in circles while looking through the side window.
Maybe it's me. I also think Monaco is the worst Grand Prix and that there are far too many 911, M4 and RX7 mods for Assetto Corsa... and I l-o-v-e RX7s.
Oh well, live and let live. Whatever makes people happy and keeps them off the streets.
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Did the modified kunos cars have an authorization before being modified? and what the creator of Content Manager has permission from Kunos to modified AC? does everyone have permission to modify? i spent several hours and several days changed everything, i can delete everything, that's not a problem ...

Ok you didn't get permission - why not just say you stole someone else's hard work and changed a few small things to create your own "livery".

And your attitude is that it's ok if you steal one of my skins and change a number and colour the roof and upload it as your own? please don't and next time ask before modifying someone else's hard work.
 
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Australia
Australia
Different strokes for different folks, I guess. I've never got oval racing either, but it does seem very popular with people whose father is also their brother (how's that for efficiency?).
Ditto with drifting, I just cannot see the attraction of driving around in circles while looking through the side window.
Maybe it's me. I also think Monaco is the worst Grand Prix and that there are far too many 911, M4 and RX7 mods for Assetto Corsa... and I l-o-v-e RX7s.
Oh well, live and let live. Whatever makes people happy and keeps them off the streets.
Well.. if you need practice turning left that's pretty good I think..

I'm googling it and it looks like motorised strategy, planning fuel and drafting etc. So like lenans but with only left turns.

Drifting.. I don't get it either and I'm pissed I can't do it because I don't have a handbrake on the rig.. I already have a singlet, a backwards cap for my sunnies, and my kids taught me how to say "fully sik brah" ;)
 
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İstanbul
Yanki_99100
Ok you didn't get permission - why not just say you stole someone else's hard work and changed a few small things to create your own "livery".

And your attitude is that it's ok if you steal one of my skins and change a number and colour the roof and upload it as your own? please don't and next time ask before modifying someone else's hard work.

Just leave it... It will go on forever. He won't change. Thanks for standing up for it though.
 
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Finland
Helsinki
Did the modified kunos cars have an authorization before being modified? and what the creator of Content Manager has permission from Kunos to modified AC? does everyone have permission to modify? i spent several hours and several days changed everything, i can delete everything, that's not a problem ...

Technically, CM/CSP does not "modify" Kunos content at all. Not even a little bit.

You might want to get your facts straight before you embarrass yourself further.
 
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Stuttgart
Different strokes for different folks, I guess. I've never got oval racing either, but it does seem very popular with people whose father is also their brother (how's that for efficiency?).
I also think Monaco is the worst Grand Prix
I watched the Indy500 the other week and I have to say that that race was so much more fun to watch than the Monaco Grand Prix (except for that one bit of racing we did not get to see because we got Stroll'd).

I already have a singlet, a backwards cap for my sunnies, and my kids taught me how to say "fully sik brah" ;)
I just had to google what a singlet is...
Do drifting people wear those and caps backwards? I do wear a cap backwards almost anytime I go out, but neither do I enjoy drifting nor do I like those singlets :lol:
 
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Australia
I was once told that oval racing is about racing the other cars and not the track. Yes of course it's boring to go around in circles by yourself but once you get hooked into a 3- or a 10 way battle for position that lasts for an hour then its gets spicier. You really have to pay attention driving at the limit on an assymetrical setup not just because they get loose but also because if you lose the slipstream of a pack you won't catch up without a safety car. Tyre wear is a bigger stakes proposition above 300km/h average speed too.

The special events in iracing - like their indy500 - probably make a better case for oval racing than anything in Assetto... especially if you are racing against the AI.
 
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United Kingdom
United Kingdom
Different strokes for different folks, I guess. I've never got oval racing either, but it does seem very popular with people whose father is also their brother (how's that for efficiency?).
Ditto with drifting, I just cannot see the attraction of driving around in circles while looking through the side window.
Maybe it's me. I also think Monaco is the worst Grand Prix and that there are far too many 911, M4 and RX7 mods for Assetto Corsa... and I l-o-v-e RX7s.
Oh well, live and let live. Whatever makes people happy and keeps them off the streets.

It's an age thing I'm sure. My opinions of the above accord exactly with yours, but I have just started a newish biography of Jack Brabham and the descriptions of Australian speedway in the late 40s/early 50s do make it sound an enticing spectacle, partly because it was dangerous, but much more because Jack's talent for fast driving in inferior machinery must have made the races he won pretty exciting. And it is of course true that Jim Clark's talent for trail-braking was one of the reasons he was so fast at Indianapolis, because with his trail braking technique came a super smooth early turn-in. But ovals in sims don't do much for me. I would like to try an online NASCAR race with a really big field one day though.
 
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Timor Leste
Timor Leste
This is my collection of ACC cars. Is there any missing? Please, if one is missing, tell me which one.

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what are these bentleys? one i guess is the recent one, and the second 2018? isn't this 2018 was not finished yet at all?
 
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Italy
trying to glue this object down onto the surface, but it's not working, any clue? also, glueing the other line, some sections go under the surface (which i don't want)

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United States
United States
I was once told that oval racing is about racing the other cars and not the track. Yes of course it's boring to go around in circles by yourself but once you get hooked into a 3- or a 10 way battle for position that lasts for an hour then its gets spicier. You really have to pay attention driving at the limit on an assymetrical setup not just because they get loose but also because if you lose the slipstream of a pack you won't catch up without a safety car. Tyre wear is a bigger stakes proposition above 300km/h average speed too.

The special events in iracing - like their indy500 - probably make a better case for oval racing than anything in Assetto... especially if you are racing against the AI.

In real life, oval-track racing...well, NASCAR...is a lot more interesting, both in the stands and in the cockpit, than oval-track racing is in any simulation I've seen. Maybe with a full, six-degrees-of-motion animated cockpit it could capture the thrill of rubbin'-is-racing, but absent that, not so much.

Edit: No, no! I got it wrong! I mean road-racing is a lot more interesting, IRL, as a spectator or in a sim than almost any variation of going around in counterclockwise circles. Sorry, dat ol' dyslexia got me...again!
 
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