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Someone is being a child and flagging posts they disagree with.TIMDATOOLMAN83 said:General Thread Question here: Can anyone explain the 'Flag' option on each thread post?? I got 'flagged' for my response to @SirPhilMcKraken (see above) and I'm wondering why??TIMDATOOLMAN83 said:@SirPhilMcKraken have you driven the M3 in Spain?!? Flip that thing over steers all day long!! Haha, I wonder if the MK2 has a similar feel in Spain and that it's just gravel physics in general that require needs tweakingSirPhilMcKraken said:Heres a video of me locking the rear diff of the Mk2 and driving (very badly so please forgive me) around Dirtfish but you can see it understeering when I put the power down. Sometimes it does step out but you should be able to throttle control a slide around that donut area and it just doesn't want to. Let me know if I have done a setup wrong though...
Seriously, people are making this out like the game is need for speed or something and it's sad to see the hard work they put in be put in jeopardy because of this type of back lash. Yes something is odd with the rear of the cars on gravel, it's still lots of fun and it's definitely not easy to push to the limit. I know I'm better at dirt rally still.dgeesi0 said:whats worrying is the amount of trolls and bad feedback that dirt 4 has gained.dirt rally put codemasters back on the good foot this seems that this could be putting it back in the bad place.
That definitely is going to effect a lot of my setups. I'm almost always 60%+ to the rear when that's available to tune. Now I'll be interested to see how they feel once set properly as I've apparently been inducing more understeer on almost all of the 4wd cars.bogani said:I!m pretty sure the diff thing was that the tourque bias slider was wrong before. Only affected 4WD cars. Full front meant full rear vice versa. It was a discovery of @Evilsmurf