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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by Gturbo5, Dec 13, 2013.
It's almost poetic.
All that money and no dictionary.
Red neck? Lol
AUP violation right there
Different styles of driving you know that, we all make up time here and lose time there in the track all depends on how you want to roll, I make it up on the turns unless it's a Daytona etc.
Just like the golf game many swings same results, you should see it's not Tiger Woods but it's a thing of beauty, now please don't tell me you all want to challenge me on that too.
Really no reason to keep pointing it out at this point. Let what happens, happens. Pretty sure its already been noted.
Is he acting black?
Every post since hes join this forum is GT6 bad, Forza Good, Like your Tunes, Tunes take away realism (even though all race cars, and some track cars are), i have no time to play but been a GT fan since day one, Grind cash and cars and played skyrim yet claims a busy life.
Still no proof on cars so im gonna point out the elephant in the room.
I did not find it to be understeering much at all in GT6 to be honest. The problem with it is that its standard setup is high and soft, which means it has lots of weight transfer. Being MR, this leads to lots of oversteer. By lowering and stiffening the suspension the weight transfer gets reduced a lot, which should reduce the balance shift that leads to understeer and throttle oversteer. Increasing the front spring rate some extra reduces the 'normal' oversteer.
Don't overdo any of these parameters though, the standard settings are simply very low, you don't want to go all the way to the other end.
Personally I also added some toe out and a sensitive differential, but this is mostly for throttle sensitivity. All of this does depend on personal preference, but I found the car responds well to adjustments.
I opened up the gear ratios up a bit that also helped alot.
Perhaps you should listen to your own advice.
That does work for throttle oversteer, because the car will have less torque available upon appliance of throttle. But obviously this also makes it slower. Suspension tuning does not have that drawback (though it is harder of course)
Thank you Metrosexual, Graduated from the University Of Notre Dame, not bad for a red neck huh?
Sometimes you just have to be who you want to be, Oxford English-speaking lingo im over that. =0)~
It work for me, like anything else we drive to our own styles, I like to slide through the turns.
Well considering im golfing & it's grid lock here & you guys can't seem to find nothing better else to do then tag team me LoL! I say what the hell! This is making my round go easier.
I can make you concentrate on your golf fully if you'd prefer...
You've been golfing for a damn long time, then. That's the same IP you were posting from last night and it's not a cell carrier...
Golfing and has no spare time.......wow. Thought only the literate played golf, guess not. Well American Unis are a little easier than UK Unis that why Oxford and Cambridge are ranked above Harvard and Yale. So a rank 20 uni isnt hard. Again without proof, lie till proven true, law of the Web.
It's a Mobile phone Moderator sir.
LOL! I love it im also a 4th degree black belt, 4 time golden glove champion, & the best one of all I got got a scholarship to play at Georgetown, but I refused for the fact im a football player it's in my DNA played for Lou Holtz 1988 champs, you want proof? Sorry let your imagination run free and think what you and your cronnies want, im living life Amigos, grammer & sentences are far from my list, I text on the run, im up time to drive this ball into the fairway with a itty bitty draw.
Hi, the names Justin, I'd just like to give you a little advice on this whole scenario.
The first is grammar, it's a tad hard to believe someone managed to become a millionaire when they can't even grasp their native tongue(or at least the tongue of your location).
The second is your alibi, it's much better to say you're out of town and won't be back for a few days, that at least buys you some time(unless the moderators check your IP address). Now the problem with the one you chose (The old "I don't have time" routine) is that you are obviously wealthy enough to afford all the stuff you claim, surely you can just hire someone to take some shots, @McLaren lives in Dallas, I'm sure he would love to come up.
Now the third is this...
Surely you realize that they can see what type of browser you are using and therefor can tell what you are using to browse the site.
This is suddenly becoming the ludicrous claims thread Mk II
Straight up hater right there!
Talk about me pitty packing LOL!
Children, children, children.
Profile pic really makes me wonna believe that?!?
Ps all that really isn't helping your case in this thread.
I could post a meme but i'll save that for the Infield...
Anyhow. People need to grasp MR cars are not all easy to drive. Some are hard for a reason. And you shouldn't need ballast, or changing gear ratios, it's just adapting your driving style.
We're done here. Move along.
So, have we reached a verdict on whether or not the handling problems are caused by rim size, or not? I'd like to know whether I need to revert my MR cars to stock wheels.
There is no problem. It's just in the tune. Soften the rear, stiffen the front and you're good to go.
Fair enough, thanks.
I don't even like visiting my relatives, so he'd really have to make it worth my while.
I'll take a $1,000 to cover expenses & time wasted. Shouldn't be much for such a high roller like him.
Yes, Davey. Each and every single one of them. The problem is that the rear wheel gets the same widht as the front. So you could imagine what cause in a car that originally has a 335mm rear, and after putting some custom rims the rear becomes a 245mm...
If you could say something good about that is that the Tire model now it´s quite good