Just can't seem to drive these cars, and therefore, i can't complete menu book 42. Tips&Tricks?
What seems to be giving you the most grief with them?Just can't seem to drive these cars, and therefore, i can't complete menu book 42. Tips&Tricks?
I always try to drive as "smoothly" as possible.Under and oversteer. Pure and simple like that. Undriveable for me
Thanks for all the tips.I always try to drive as "smoothly" as possible.
These vehicles do not like jerky steering movements at all.
The R18 tdi in particular is a bitchy pig (although I love it).
The only thing you can do to avoid oversteer is to be more gentle with the gas pedal. Stupidly high torque makes each of these "planes" turn quickly.
The only one you can beat around the tracks is the R18 Hybrid.
But it's annoying on fast routes, because PD has totally screwed up the hybrid system.
I actually only have understeer when I'm going too fast into Corners.
A gentle step on the brake helps a lot. Brake "hard" and release gently. Then it pulls the carts into the curve.
Again, be careful with the gas pedal, as the vehicle absorbs quite a bit of torque and turns even more easily when exiting a corner.
I find 6/12/8 works well in a lot of RWD cars.Care to detail please.
You often see 30, 40, 50 after you changed to full customizable LSD (or the car equipped with it as default).Care to detail please.
Which car are you using? Depending on the car you’ll have to make significant adjustments to the suspension settings to get it to handle decently on technical courses. I’ve found the 4WD Gr1 cars stock settings are absolute garbage for handling on technical courses. You can win Daytona with pretty much any Gr1 car and setup but St. Croix and Suzuka are different beasts. Easily completed Daytona with both GR010 and TS050. Tried MANY different setups with GR010 in St. Croix but the car is simply too heavy even with 980hp to keep up and best I could do was 2nd place. It’s even worse in Suzuka, 7th was the best I could place after several attempts and adjustments. It just wears through tires way too fast and RH do not offer enough traction to keep up on these courses.Under and oversteer. Pure and simple like that. Undriveable for me
I agree with the TC comment. The only time I ever use TC 4 or 5 is when I’m running inters and should be running full wets or when I was Tomahawk grinding in Tokyo. RIP Tomahawk. Any other time it ruins the drivability of the car for me.If you're using a controller, have you increased the sensitivity? Faster cars like this have terribly slow turn-in with the default setting of 0, which feels just like understeer. I'd recommend trying 3 or 4 and see if that helps.
Not sure I agree with the suggestion to put TC on 5. It will help with the oversteer but is very aggressive and compromises acceleration out of corners.