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Quote from NotAnIllusion :These lists are pointless without replays, or at least sector times. It's easy to get 51s if you straight-line the sector 2 chicane flat out

It's just taking the part after chicane a bit wide to the right. Gains you a whole sec at least. (Yea, that's my lap there on the list).

Quote from amp88 :I wouldn't worry about times which seem impossibly fast. It's pretty easy to 'cheat' in at least a couple of different ways with the Early Access.

I don't think that the Abarth on Vallelunga is an exploitable laptime, on instance. I would love to see those 1.31s there though. I mean, on youtube they didn't really look that fast, I'm still half a second off that though.
Quote from Kristi :I don't think that the Abarth on Vallelunga is an exploitable laptime, on instance. I would love to see those 1.31s there though. I mean, on youtube they didn't really look that fast, I'm still half a second off that though.

'Cheating' in a different way then

Let's just say unofficial modding arrived a little early.
Not sure if there's a possible way of modding the car values so far. Kunos talked about a value detection system implemented in 0.2
Quote from Kristi :Not sure if there's a possible way of modding the car values so far.

There is.
Pics or didn't happen :P Anyways, I'll keep on trying to get that 1.31 on that combo and also seeking a setup for Lotus '49 at Monza. I just can't seem to get past the 1.29 high-mid whereas I see videos doing 27 mids. That's 2 damn seconds off-pace...
The files are encrypted, but it's relatively easy. I think there's a utility elsewhere on the internets that can do it. The easier thing would be to change the surfaces, as that's just plain INI files.
How drift-able is this version of the Lotus 49? Similar to GPL?
Quote from isamu :How drift-able is this version of the Lotus 49? Similar to GPL?

Low angles are possible, but I would call that powersliding rather than drifting.
Quote from dawesdust_12 :The files are encrypted, but it's relatively easy. I think there's a utility elsewhere on the internets that can do it.

It's relatively easy and you believe. Right, awesome.
Quote from cargame.nl :It's relatively easy and you believe. Right, awesome.

Dave, you're not making sense.
No you are not making any sense.

Saying files are encrypted, followed by a "it's relatively easy" (What? Decrypting? How do you know?) and then ending with "probably somewhere on the internet". Well really?! There also probably is life "somewhere else in the universe except planet Earth".
Well, I know they're easy to decrypt because I have decrypted copies. I have seen specific places on the internet (I'm being intentionally vague for a reason, as I don't really wanna give people keys to the metaphorical castle).

So yeah, you're not making any sense.
I`m with dustin for this one, encrypting is not hard if you know how to
Come lets rob a bank or do something nifty with an encrypted connection AND GET INSANELY RICH!!11! ... When can we start?

I also have some Truecrypted harddrives, give you hmm 500 Euro's if you can read it. Easy money?

By the way, it's decrypting. Encrypting indeed is not that hard.
Quote from cargame.nl :Come lets rob a bank or do something nifty with an encrypted connection AND GET INSANELY RICH!!11! ... When can we start?

I also have some Truecrypted harddrives, give you hmm 500 Euro's if you can read it. Easy money?

By the way, it's decrypting. Encrypting indeed is not that hard.

Quote from Kristi :Low angles are possible, but I would call that powersliding rather than drifting.

You didn't answer my question....I ask how driftable is the L49. In other words, can you drift it ala GPL?
Quote from isamu :You didn't answer my question....I ask how driftable is the L49. In other words, can you drift it ala GPL?

Yes he did..

What you should of asked was how controlable is it when the rear becomes loose.
Quote from isamu :You didn't answer my question....I ask how driftable is the L49. In other words, can you drift it ala GPL?

You couldn't drift in GPL because it had the same problem that iRacing has that heat = no grip.

If you're talking about 4 wheel drift then of course you can do that.
Quote from BlueFlame :You couldn't drift in GPL because it had the same problem that iRacing has that heat = no grip.

If you're talking about 4 wheel drift then of course you can do that.

I dont know if this is heat or not, but if you jump in the 12c at daytona night it takes a couple laps and you can feel the grip increasing each lap. I assumed it was heat.. But i dont know.
Does anyone know where to get wireframes from to help skinning?
Thanks
Quote from R3DMAN :I dont know if this is heat or not, but if you jump in the 12c at daytona night it takes a couple laps and you can feel the grip increasing each lap. I assumed it was heat.. But i dont know.

I'm talking about surface heat, not carcass temp. Though now they have changing conditions of course so it's probably better than it was. but it used to be the case if you did a 1second burnout your tyres would be ****ed.
Quote from isamu :You didn't answer my question....I ask how driftable is the L49. In other words, can you drift it ala GPL?

I answered your question properly. I don't see the problem. It's a car with relatively low steering lock, so nothing more than a few 4 wheel slides are good for your health...

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