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Tuning help
dLux2007  posted on Dec 04, 2007 10:19:09 PM - Report post

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Hi there,

I know there have submitted some tuning tips before - but if you guys have time, please share your tuning tips for each race class - i want to finish the game one more time before i uninstall it, and i want to tune my cars to the max.



Stanged  posted on Dec 13, 2007 3:05:00 PM - Report post

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Stage 4 all cars,no matter the race type,but go further with dragsters...set all gears to TALL.
nuckfuts  posted on Dec 14, 2007 3:53:25 AM - Report post

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For grip, the first thing you want to do is adjust the suspension's tightness and ride-height, so that you loose most of the rolling.

Then you want to balance between roll-bar thickness, caster, and tire pressures. Adjust Toe if you need more turn-in grip on the front-end. Increase roll-bar thickness if it rolls too much making unpredictable rotation in turns (but not too high). Increase caster if it's not rotating as easy as you want in turns (at the expense of stability coming out of turns). And tire pressure I usually lower 2-3 notches, and balance it so the car has the proper balance of control in turns, and not too much sliding when going a tad into power-slide territory.

I'm going to be posting a savegame teaser in a little while, just to give you guys a few of my top tuned cars, before I give away my complete save-game. That should give you a chance to get your hands on some cars tuned to the max for control drivers. As in, you can forget about driving any of my cars with a keyboard or gamepad.

Stanged  posted on Dec 14, 2007 8:38:52 AM - Report post

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I don't tune my grip and drift cars and I am still winning. I simply max them to level 4. Really success depends on the car. Some are great handling,others are aren't so easy,and some are a nightmare. So long as you have a maxed out car that's easy to handle,you should have no problems winning. Personally,I don't feel the need to tune my grip cars and drifters.
LordVenator  posted on Dec 15, 2007 4:03:27 AM - Report post

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I don't tune grip cars either. I just put the rims,bodykits,spoilers,that Power and Handling parts,paint some pics on it and done.I just then update the blueprint and i'm done and ready for racing.....
I have EVO X and E92 M3 for grip and EVO X is much much faster and has a better acceleration than M3....

[Edited by LoopDaLoop, 12/15/2007 4:05:05 AM]

Stanged  posted on Dec 15, 2007 10:01:19 AM - Report post

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Really the grip and drift cars don't need to be tuned. I do just fine without tuning them.
dLux2007  posted on Dec 18, 2007 6:32:31 AM - Report post

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thanks for all the tuning help, hehe i actually had the game uninstalled already, but im going to install the pacth 1.1 now to play arround with the booster pack, so i will give the hints a try
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