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Don't use Eclispe GT
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    MaxGhost posted on May 05, 2007 6:27:16 AM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by Chingy42007

    4wd Tuners:
    Volkswagen Golf R32 - Tier 2
    Mitsubishi Eclipse GSX 1999 - Tier 2, Quick Race only
    Subaru Impreza STI - Tier 3
    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX MR - Tier 3

    4wd Muscles:
    ---NONE!!!---

    4wd Exotics:
    Lamborghini Murcielago - Tier 3
    Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 - Tier 3, Quick Race only
    Lamborghini Gallardo - Tier 3
    Audi Le Mans Quattro - Tier 3, Quick Race only

    There you go.

    thankies!

    Acheivements

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    Chingy42007 posted on May 05, 2007 8:03:08 AM - Report post
     
    thankies?

    @pucino: no i havent but i have been with a professional racing crew in Dubai. They have an A1 car, and many of the factors why these cars dont spin out are the same reasons why the F1s dont spin out.

    And besides, you dont need "professional" experience to work it out. A true car fanatic would get it as well.
     
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    JeanClaude32 posted on May 05, 2007 1:03:48 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
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    Nice analysis.

    And F1 cars dont oversteer, because they are very wide, and theres a lot of weight in the back. And because the whole thing sticks to the ground due to amazing aerodynamics, it is almost impossible to induce oversteer in an F1 car. Also, the rear tow of the cars rear tires are around 20 degrees, which means amazing cornering and a brutal ending should you slide.

    u said that there's a lot of weight in the back. maybe u wanted to say that most of the weight is in the back
    and let's not forget about the suspension of f1 cars.
    hard suspension increases acceleration and cornering but u get the ride of your life cos it's like going with a off-road car on a socky surface.
    that's what i call a pain in the ass

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    Al-pucino posted on May 05, 2007 4:08:49 PM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by Chingy42007

    thankies?

    @pucino: no i havent but i have been with a professional racing crew in Dubai. They have an A1 car, and many of the factors why these cars dont spin out are the same reasons why the F1s dont spin out.

    And besides, you dont need "professional" experience to work it out. A true car fanatic would get it as well.

    wow, ur one lucky guy...

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    Chingy42007 posted on May 05, 2007 10:29:26 PM - Report post
     
    cheers pucino.

    And JC, u cant be more mistaken about the characteristics of hard suspensions. Sure, you're right about the off-road-like ride but they do not help with handling. Hard suspensions are used in drifting, dude.

    Soft suspensions are found in the F1 cars. The wheels that distribute power to the road (the rear wheels) usually are towed out by about 20 degrees to give them more grip. (meaning they're slanted outwards by 20 degrees) This makes for better handling and the power is better distributed to the road, therfore you get a better acceleration.
     
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    JeanClaude32 posted on May 11, 2007 2:27:19 AM - Report post
     
    quote:
    originally posted by Chingy42007

    cheers pucino.

    And JC, u cant be more mistaken about the characteristics of hard suspensions. Sure, you're right about the off-road-like ride but they do not help with handling. Hard suspensions are used in drifting, dude.

    Soft suspensions are found in the F1 cars. The wheels that distribute power to the road (the rear wheels) usually are towed out by about 20 degrees to give them more grip. (meaning they're slanted outwards by 20 degrees) This makes for better handling and the power is better distributed to the road, therfore you get a better acceleration.

    Nice!

    Still i drove an eclipse to see how it is. u were all right. eclipse really sucks. my best drift score with it was almost 40.000 pts
    well...at least it has a fun part in it...sounds like a fart

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    Al-pucino posted on May 11, 2007 3:08:57 AM - Report post
     
    40,000 points? did u do it on a closed circuit or a canyon? i managed to get 112,005 pts for the canyon using the Eclipse..now that sucks!
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