Discussion in 'Automobilista 2 - News & Announcements' started by Renato Simioni, Mar 31, 2021.
That is odd matey.. I am not experiencing this behavior..
@CrimsonEminence - I noticed the 2021 Cruz Stock Car is doing the extreme pulling of the wheel under straight braking & lock up.. Can you please confirm..?
Without forgetting Reiza's good work with the sounds.
so true matey they really got that unique 6 cylinder note spot on..
Haven't yet experienced it again.
Yes, AMS1 also has individual more realistic torque map.
wierdo.. Mainly pulling left 20+ degrees..
I will drive SC2020/21 later again and pay explicit attention to this, too. The pull was gone perfectly, so strange, that it occurs again.
Not sure I see the point of racing a 1979 car on the 1979 version of a track with a modern cabin upgrade
I think, he likes to see the OldStock interior in the modern/old hybrid style, they have, not the Stock 79 one (OldStock and Stock 79 classes are two different ones).
The OldStocks are driving on modern tracks until today and are a reimagination of the old Stock Car, but they feature a lot more power, for example and actually "aren't the same kind of historical" like the 79s....well they are, but they aren't, if you know, what i want to say.
Stock Car 79 is from the first year of Brazilian stock car series. Old Stock is a current race series whereby they have upgraded these classic race cars.. ie. HP, brakes, suspension, power steering, 5 speed, cockpit etc...
add: just seen crimson's response..
add: and some of these ported vehicles you can clearly see the textures are not as good as Reiza's latest work.. They need a little Mr Sheen..
Since we are talking cockpit/cabins.. Anyone noticed or think the lighting is too dark..?
i think it depends on the graphics settings.
in low settings in certain aa it can be . but i think they are generally fine with high settings.
@CrimsonEminence - I know why it is pulling either left or right... Mostly only one front brake is locking up on a emergency brake test and then there is a 200-300 degree differentiation between the front brakes.. This also occurs on lap 2 after some warm up. Do you think this is ok..?
No idea, can't test right now, but when the track is flat, the brakes shouldn't lock up that much differently, i think.
okiedokie no worries.. Tested on Jacarepagua Oval & Silverstone 75..
Well...i would call these flatter than flat.
Strange. I was driving SC2021/20 quite much yesterday and didn't notice it.
It's not overly noticeable on most braking applications however it becomes more apparent when you jump on them hard..
Just to start the fire, wil today be the Day⚡
Have tested it, no positive here. Even brake temps and no wheel pulling. Also front (and rear) wheelspeeds are showing basically similar slowing/locking.
This can also happen on cars with ABS activating only on one side, leading to a 100+ C difference between LF and RF brake temps. This probably contributes to the weird FFB pulling sensation in some cars when you increase ABS to 100%.
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