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Discussion in 'TT Lap Times' started by CICLOPEs, Mar 16, 2006.
1:35.704 - 7 Honda CBR 1000RR - Soft Soft - failure off - Semi pro
Sweet, I got to rent this game again so I can watch it and try to beat it.
My best time so far... 1'35.721 with soft tires with Honda CBR1000RR Seven Stars Suzuka 8 Hour Edition.
Sorry no replay, I didn't know we need a replay to confirm it.. now that I look at it it's logical... lol How do you get a replay up?? Video tape it with a camera?
What are you guys doing on Laguna? My best so far ever is a 1.25.593
Go to replay theater , transfer replay to USB stick, zip it up and post it here
7 Honda CBR 1000RR
1:37.113 on that Suzuka edition R1.
This Replay Is PAL Lap With The Fila Ducati 999RM In Pro Mode
Beating Neil Hodgson's Lap Record On The Same Bike Which Currently Stands At 1:34:633
My fastest lap on Valencia is just a bit faster mate
1'34.573 on the 7 Honda
Still not the fastest mate that goes to Callaghan @ motogpboards.com
But I Hold the Fastest RM Time on the Duke 999RM
Valencia Round 17: Valencia, Spain Track length: 4.005 km Opened: 1999
MotoGP Records ----- Probably out of our League
Fastest Lap Ever: 1' 31.002 (Valentino Rossi, 2006) ----- Best so far - Callaghan - 1:34:416 - Yamaha YSP Presto 8 Hr
MotoGP lap record: 1' 33.043 (Marco Melandri, 2005)
Last year MotoGP winner: Marco Melandri
Fastest Lap Ever: 1' 34.633 (Neil Hodgson, 2003) The time to beat on any RM Bike ---- Best so far - Celtic - 1:34:597 - Ducati 999RM
WSB lap record: 1' 35.007 (Neil Hodgson, 2003)
Last year WSB winner: James Toseland, Noriyuki Haga
Just out of curiosity what mode do you run mthielen ?
mthielen your more than welcome to come over to motogpboards.com you may find the challenge your after @ the moment were running a street series just 5 weeks and then in the new year another major series.
PS we could do with another speedy European as i believe your from Belgium
yesterday after i posted this i sat behind my PS2 and the new laprecord was 1'34.396 on the ducati 999R RM
And i've heard about that championship, i specially wonna join because you're riding midfield, i'll entre next year
btwi was already following that championship but never entred
PS how do you know i'm from belgium?
I find the above hard to believe as a (clean) pro mode run. Celtic's own run pretty much pushed the absoulute limit of the track, mine only slightly more so.
I'll be starting on Motegi in a few days.
I'll post a replay asap
I'm unable to view your replays, however we could have Celtic review it.
I just noticed the following that you posted in the Motegi thread:
Both times were in semi-pro and with failure conditions on
Again, while your run was a very respectable one, it has been said that running with failure conditions enabled makes the bike controls a lot more forgiving. Also, the added benefit of automatic traction control tends to result in a rate of acceleration that pro mode runs simply can't contest.
Both my and Celtic's runs were done in pro mode; as such and in my opinion, anything outside of a non-8HR, 1000cc race-modified bike (except streets, which can't compete on even terms anyway) ridden in pro mode amounts to an unfair advantage.
New lap record and this one's really burning hot
1'33.603 on the 7 Honda
And you didn't evenbelieve my previous record
That's because I have a good reason to. I've run hundreds of laps at Valencia and my 1'34.551 is near flawless all the way through. If somebody comes along and claims they've beaten my time by over two hundred milliseconds, the first questions I'll ask is what controller mode was it done in (answer is invariably semi-pro) or which of the 8HR bikes it was done on (answer invariably the 7 Honda). I milk tracks so hard that I leave very little wiggle room, if any, for the competition to squeeze by.
I will mention that the real world superbike track record at Valencia is 1'34.633 by Neil Hodgson in 2003. Being a simulation, the game is pretty much perfectly on par in terms of track scale and bike performance compared to their real world counterparts. But that's only when the game is played as realistically as possible; ergo, pro mode.
But onto your new record. It's fast yes, but it isn't a superbike record. I reserve that distinction as my own record was set on a standard 184 horsepower race-modified CBR1000RR. You may (or may not) have a track record in the unlimited class, but I'm certain there'd be questions raised about the means said record was achieved -- namely the semi-pro and enabled failure conditions. These things make it far easier to set record breaking laptimes. Cal's unlimited class laptime, on the other hand, was done on the Presto R1 using the pro controller setting and failure conditions disabled. In the case of record-breaking runs, it becomes contextually important to state the difficulty setting it was achieved under. Naturally pro mode will be more difficult than semi, for example. One setting over the other will usually mean a difference of one or two seconds at the very least, and that's not including the clear difference in performance between an endurance bike and an ordinary race-modified one.
But again, it's a very respectable time and I know firsthand what sort of effort went into making it happen. Keep it up. You might want to upload that replay to http://www.ttbikesim.com if you want others to see it. They have replay databases there.
does it happen with you to thatwhen you ride with failure conditions on that you can't preform a wheelie or stoppie? I don'tknow why that's the case, in real racing the driversdo that too. Maybe that'ssomething the devollepers should consider for the next TT
I'm going to start all over again with TT andthis timein Pro mode, so in about 2 weeks i would have to finished the game again, 2 weeks seemslong but i don't have much time to play anymore
see you in a few weeks mate
I've never played with failure conditions on, save the license tests, so I wouldn't know.
No pressure. Ultimately it's your choice as to what mode you play in. I felt it was important to mention the difference because in things like the TTWS competitions over on the other board, they have clear stipulations that races be run in pro mode to even the playing field and make things as realistically as possible. Because of the sheer attention required to keep a bike from sliding out and highsiding in pro mode, a smoothly ridden pro lap is an awesome sight to behold.
Pro is extremely difficult to master and equally difficult to maintain mastery of. Even though I've been playing pro mode since I got the game many months ago, there are times when I still highside and slide out hard because I've rolled the throttle on too hard. The learning curve is quite high. In the end though, it's worth learning because of the competitions I mentioned -- adds to the overall enjoyment of the game.
You Don't have to start all over again with TT mthielen to change to Pro mode
JUST Go To Settings - Controller and change from semi To Pro
yea i know i just figured that out yesterday, for the championship i had to learn how to drive in pro mode and i had to set a fast lap and race time, so the times i settheir are going to inproof quickly
New RM Record Ducati 999RM - Pro Mode
1:34:174 Now Thats Hot
Zip File Is PAL
I'm concentrating on the chamionship now, but when that's over i'll go on valencia too in promode
CLUB 33 NOW OPEN
Pro Mode - Moriwaki CBR 1000 8Hr
NEW RM RECORD
HONDA CBR 1000RM Pro Mode
Moriwaki 8Hr Semi Pro Mode - Just had to try it out
1:33:784 My fastest Lap So Far with a 24:965 last sector
SO FAR : All Pro Mode Unless Stated
1:33:903 Moriwaki Tiger http://www.ttbikesim.com/community/f...338/REPLAY.DAT ...... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iqZF7apJKTs
1:33:909 7 Star Honda http://www.ttbikesim.com/community/f...009/REPLAY.DAT
1:34:146 CBR1000RM http://www.ttbikesim.com/community/f...396/REPLAY.DAT
1:34:174 Ducati 999RM http://www.ttbikesim.com/community/f...189/REPLAY.DAT ..... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ca4bkbrgMAE
1:33:784 Moriwaki Tiger SEMI PRO http://www.ttbikesim.com/community/f...278/REPLAY.DAT
1:39.335 on a tz 250 haven't stepped up to the big dogs yet
the TZ250 is as capable as the 600 rms which are 2-3 seconds off the litrebike rm times.
if you guys really want a challenge go too this forum
this one is dying
But all of us teir race in pro mode if you do in semi-pro you should mension that clearly. You could also join or chamionship
Well, up until about page three, I thought it'd be worth while posting my 1'36.250 replay...now I know there's no reason to bother.... You guys are awsome.