Just want to add, I've been driving XRG quite a bit, I find its the easiest car to 4-wheel drift. Most corners involve the initial turn in, then just holding the wheel straight and paying attention to how your sliding.
Well, seeing how your saying "sorry" your most likely the one who caused the crash. In which case you still shouldn't be racing. I find a lot of people who have "sorry" binded are the ones who crash, then race off leaving the person they hit limping in the background. All while they are flashing "sorry" but not really caring.
Once again, actions speak louder than words. If you hit someone either stop and wait for them. Or pit and type "sorry".
Well. My friends fiancee's brother (who is gay) is getting married. So they are having a stag at a local club. Before thinking about it my friend said "yes, I'll go."
THEN he realized it was going to be at a gay stripper club....SO, if I were him. I'd spend the 10 bucks on a sign that says "no entry" to wear around my ass.
LOL, the one thing I don't understand is...why bother having S1 AND S2...whats the point besides saying "OOHHH, I'm special, I have BOTH versions". but anyone can click on a link and download S1, its not very hard.
If all you want is to drive the XRT...why not just get LFS S2 patch X? You just said u don't want S2X, but there is no advantage when getting S1G. Both patches have XRT in demo, but S2X has better physics and graphics.
This happened to me on my G25. I pinched one of the cables when I slid the wheel onto my desk. Over the summer when I was away the cable got worse and worse. When I got home the wheel was SUPPPPERR slow when it calibrated and it was really weak. The next day it wouldn't even turn on.
It was really wierd because the FFB was really slow and weak PLUS I smelt burning plastic. I thought for sure I fried the motor somehow, maybe a power surge when I was gone. I finally found the wire and sent it back to Logitech and I got a new one, no questions asked.
Even thought I voted Agree. I don't think the problem is the tracks. I think the problem is the cars. In real life, there are reasons why people don't cut chicanes. Whether it be wreaking suspension, or ripping off a bumper.
But until LFS perfects damage and physics, certain compromises have to be taken in order to regulate the cutting of tracks. That would be why I think LFS's chicanes should be a lot sharper UNTIL lfs gets a better damage model.
Go onto LFS's options then go under AXIS. On the Middle right part of the screen there should be an option that says "unlock" CLick on that. Now go and start racing, when you leave the pits, press your gas all the way down, and all the way back. Do this for brake and clutch also. Next turn the wheel all the way to one side, then all the way to the other side. It should be correctly calibrated.