Need for Speed: Carbon
and had a massive persuit of 1:39:52 HOURS! with a bounty of 14.303.500 dollar, scruwed 373 cops and escaped the persuit with all wheels spiked for 20 min. with maby 3 full tanks of nos used. not more.
I know some(all) of you did better. but for me, its a wonder.
and seen the massive amount of tuner hating, its even better.
BTW I used the most expensife tuner for this. a nissan gt somethingsomethingsomething. tuned for acc and grip with oversteer.
exotics: why to slow, becouse of thier low acc. and even a worse handling. hate it all super cars are exotic
Muscle: great, nice acc, and the handling made me change my nickname from 'captain crash' to 'Death on wheels'(this is more of a joke, I crashed a lot. calling myself captain crash. but after I tuned my challager, I thought: thats realy a Death on wheels. becouse of the wheel blades and the car's size and shape )
tuners: great, you just need the good peformance settings.
just put every thing on acceleration, oversteer with grip and you got your(my)self a nice car.
ps, sorry for my bad english. also some word are wrong becouse I don't know all car names ect.
Try doing a pursuit that goes for 2 or 3 hours. That was my longest. Such a huge relief when I managed to escape.
And exotics are all rounders. I don't find them slow. Handling is hard and the acceleration isn't the best. But all in all, I like the challenge.
[Edited by johnzombie, 3/25/2011 4:14:01 AM]
The unfortunate thing about Carbon is that the map is rather big and there aren't enough straight ways that allow muscles and exotics to pull away.
Exotics are meant to have higher speeds. They tend to have a slight tip of horsepower over torque. They are great for long distances on a highway because their higher top speed can help create distance.
Muscles have higher torque to accompany the high horsepower. They give faster acceleration, but doesn't guarantee as high of a speed as its exotic counterpart. Tracks that require fast exit speeds or a more aggressive approach is suitable for muscles.
Who the hell brakes during corners in a tuner car? Just shift your gear down as you enter the corner, and shift it back up as you exit.