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Profit  posted on Mar 06, 2008 2:57:21 PM - Report post

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Rear wheel drivers can be hard to handle and can get away from you fast if you don't have tight reins on her.

All wheel drive will always beat rear wheel out of tight corners, assuming the power and weight is similar.

 
SuperSkyline89  posted on Mar 06, 2008 2:59:29 PM - Report post

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True, the only place where AWD drive cars suffer is in a drag race or anywhere they accelerate from a start; at least in real life. I don't know how realistic they went with that in the game.
 
Profit  posted on Mar 06, 2008 3:02:43 PM - Report post

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I've found in real life AWD normally dominates the red light, then shortly after the real wheel power zooms by laughing and pointing fingers.

I do think they could brush up the physics for AWD in the game though.

[Edited by Profit, 3/6/2008 3:03:23 PM]

[Edited by Profit, 3/6/2008 3:04:39 PM]

 
2hot4u  posted on Mar 06, 2008 3:12:50 PM - Report post


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You'll get more power from rear wheel drivers than from all wheel drive. That's for damn sure.
 
SuperSkyline89  posted on Mar 06, 2008 3:16:53 PM - Report post

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In real life with high power AWD cars, you can't just dump the clutch and slam the gas like you can in a RWD car. In a drag race the RWD gets the advantage early on, the the AWD has to make it up with power.

There's nothing that says RWD cars get more power than AWD cars. Just because there might be more powerful RWD cars, that doesn't mean it's because they're RWD. The differential setup has no effect on power except that AWD cars can put that power to the ground more efficiently.

 
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That makes sense,but I still say,rear wheel drive has the advantage.
 
Profit  posted on Mar 06, 2008 3:28:17 PM - Report post

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In real life with high power AWD cars, you can't just dump the clutch and slam the gas like you can in a RWD car. In a drag race the RWD gets the advantage early on, the the AWD has to make it up with power.

There's nothing that says RWD cars get more power than AWD cars. Just because there might be more powerful RWD cars, that doesn't mean it's because they're RWD. The differential setup has no effect on power except that AWD cars can put that power to the ground more efficiently.

This is true in extremely high power outputs, but not in daily driven sports cars like the Mustangs, Camaros, and other similar set-ups. The Audi, Subaru, and Mitsubishi put all four down and have much faster reaction off the light. The rear wheel cars tires when dumping the clutch spin like mad because those pathetic tires can't handle the car. My RX-8 has 310 hp, and I always play catch up to my buddies stock STI. My mustang had the same problem. I think that in the game they should show a much greater difference in traction and performance depending on tire width and grip type. Hopefully it's something they will add in the upcoming game, for right now in PS the customize option is purely cosmetic and even more disappointing to me.

 
SuperSkyline89  posted on Mar 06, 2008 3:30:11 PM - Report post

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You are mostly true. RWD has the drag racing advantage and on most tracks the RWD cars can do just as good as the AWD ones. The difference only becomes apparent when you have two expert drivers racing a RWD and AWD car against each other. The only place in Pro Street where this actually becomes apparent is in speed races. At speeds as high as 250MPH you can feel the rear end of a RWD car losing grip. I've tried the Zonda and it was the scariest thing I've ever done in that game. The AWD on the Lamborghini Murcielago LP640 is the thing that makes it so stable which is why so many people like it.
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