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Still try changing the linearity, as I reckon CM have cocked it up again? I was using the old T500 too as it was much better than the T300 but now changed to Fanatec elite.CanadianBakinMa said:I've just been using the old T500 I have which for the most part is working but still disconnects occasionally.madwak said:
Have you tried loading your setup from Australia into your Wales car? From what I can see some of the car setups are very conservative probably so that casual racers can keep them on the track. I'm currently playing with the group A Lancia in Wales and when I checked the default setup there is no toe in on the front wheels, I added 30 degrees toe in to sharpen up the steering and it's now a completely different feeling car@Headlong ok I'll take your word for it (haha). Thanks. Thoughts on this, I've driven the Ford Escort Cosworth (love this car) in Australia, tweaked the setup and I think it's quite spot on now. The feeling of oversteer/braking/grip levels etc, but then have driven the same car in Wales and yeah it really felt unintuitive and different...like getting pulled off the road in understeer, having to use the handbrake to flick the back on corners that needed it...thoughts? Do you think that's legit or unrealistic/buggy?Headlong said:Because DR didn't simulate inertia and weight properly and therefore you didn't have to do very much to intitiate a slide, and once the slide happened it kept going for a long time pretty much by itself without you having to do very much since the weight wasn't there to produce enough friction and therefore grip.So why in DiRT Rally's Sweden, could I do exactly what that RL video shows, and can't really do in DiRT 4 Sweden? Isn't DiRT Rally therefore simulating RL more accurately (for Sweden anyway), than DiRT 4??Headlong said:It's not missing in D4, it was missing in DR.Look at that innertia / momentum.....that's what is missing I reckon.Sho846 said:
The more inertia a vehicle possesses the more difficult it is to manipulate it, and therefore the less nimble it is. Think about it. What's more nimble and changes direction quicker, a 400 kg dune buggy, or a 10 tonne truck? Of course the buggy will change direction quicker and will be easier to manipulate than the truck. That's why in D4 people are struggling to do the same the things they could do easily in DR, since DR didn't model inertia properly and the cars seemed weightless.
The tyre model and how grip was simulated at depending on the slip angle also had something to do with it.
So effectively DR made you think that you are Colin Mcrae, when in actuality you are not.
I've got to disagree with you there, the sound of the stratos was better in Dirt Rallythecraicbear said:Forget it, because you'll never be able to stop the blind hatred. People just don't read the proverbial box before they buy.versedi said:That's a huge lie. They did. Multiple times.mesa said:
Except sound, and weather effect Dirt 4 is worse in all apsects.
Codies never told us that we will not get nay real rally stage anymore, just generated too simple corner-after-corner stages way from reality.
You quoted a bit about the sounds as well, and that's also a huge lie. D4 sounds are far better, and they have more real-life recordings of cars now