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karik134

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    TM T300 wheel, Fanatec V3 pedals , Fanatec SQ v1.5 shifter, TM TH8A as handbrake

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  1. Gr B rwd cars have handbrakes(well that BWM M1 didn't have at first), rwd cars only have one drive axle so there hb works. Not that u really need it that much/at all, can be very risky to use it. I think gr b 4wd rallycross cars possibly had hb if they used diffs that allowed only rear axle to lock.
  2. Yes handbrake maybe existed for parking etc purposes but was it actually usable when racing. To my knowledge pulling hb would have locked both front and rear axles. I've driven Audi Sport Quattro S1 E2 in Assetto Corsa(official dlc car) and that car locks front and rear axles when I use hb.
  3. Platform: PC, game version 1.13.0 Version: Deluxe (steam) + Season 3-4 + Flat Out pack Experienced where: New Zealand and only with new cars from Flat Out pack: Group A: Subaru Legacy and 2000cc: Subaru Impreza S4 Can u replicate it: Yes Description: Lens Flare effect in graphic options is making sun light go through the ground/hills etc in new cars (Legacy and Impreza S4). Out of the car views are not affected by this. picks of it (stage is New Zealand: Ocean Beach Sprint Forward 25seconds in at sunset time-of-day but I think this glitch will happen anywhere when sun is very low) - dash view https://imgur.com/kcXBd6f - helmet/head view https://imgur.com/ROj22Er Views from bonnet, bumper, 3rd person etc(out of the car) are not affected by this bug, here's bonnet https://imgur.com/bTZZOPT and from 3rd person https://imgur.com/PvaD965 2nd possible glitch Experienced where: Scotland: Rosebank Farm Reverse Can u replicate it: I'm quite sure I can but haven't tried Description: At least one of the log piles seem to be partially invisible and come much closer to the road than it looks pics: https://imgur.com/CL0ynmB and from different angle https://imgur.com/mHOu8NT located quite halfway onto the stage, place where it gets more open and tall and longer log piles start to appear alongside road In the pics I'm not even touching/hitting that corner marker stick on the inside and car is colliding with something before the logs. That collision made car to stop like a concrete wall and radiator got wrecked.
  4. I've no idea. Need to see some footage from cockpit view where leg movements are visible too. But if shift up was done without clutch and downshifts with the clutch then u can't simulate it like that in DR1.0/2.0, it's either with clutch or without. Game says Manual H-pattern on them (doesn't specify if it was dogbox).
  5. Here's info for the DR 2.0 rally cars (also my graphics settings and wheel settings) https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vTy4jsKFWPSlpGCcUksJ-bcQLZhwB1uxxZsow4Z7CcUeZ6ve5G8842KU8M1dN6tIE5x9YWH1zglH-Io/pubhtml
  6. karik134

    DiRT Rally feedback list

    Hi, I'm trying to race as realistically as possible which means: 1. I need to know the correct handbrake information for the car. By that I mean which cars really had a handbrakes that could be used while racing (like in hairpins). 2. Also need info for realistic transmission choice for every car.  Meaning which ones had H-shifter+clutch, direct H-shifter(no clutch), sequential stick, or paddle-shifter(s). It's so difficult to find all this data just by myself from internet so I'm hoping that Codemasters would share that information if they already have it. Or they could get it more easily by asking from old rally drivers. Thanks for a great game.
  7. Hi, I want to drive Dirt Rally-game with all authentic settings, but finding out if old rallycars had handbrake or not is very difficult. I would be very happy if someone or Codemasters could help me and others. Here is what I've found out myself. Please correct if I'm wrong. and to be more precise:  Which rally cars had a handbrake that was useful while racing, for example in hairpins? edit: transmission info added of what I think is authentic choice. + steering wheel rotation info added Informations are updated after 1.11 (June 2016) update. 60's Mini Cooper: YES [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees Lancia Fulvia: YES? [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees Renault Alpine A110: YES? [H-shifter+clutch],  steering wheel rotation is 990 degrees 70's Opel Kadett GT/E: YES? [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees - introduced 1976, last wrc-event podium(3rd, no victories) 1978 (Criterium Molson du Quebec, Canada) Fiat 131 Abarth: YES? [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 1080 degrees - introduced 1976, last wrc-event victory 1981 (Rallye de Portugal Vinho do Porto) Ford Escort Mk2 RS1800: YES? [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees - introduced 1975, last wrc-event victory 1981 1000 Lakes Rally, Finland Lancia Stratos: handbrake NO (earlier versions 1974-77 might have had it, but maybe later they took it off to get car even lighter or it was used only in tarmac rallies idk?), Markku Alen explaining it here in this video, time 6:20 (he drove this car at least in couple rallies in 1978) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mXgWWNJVdYA [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees - introduced 1974, last wrc-event victory 1981 Tour de Corsa, France Group B 4WD MG Metro 6R4: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees - introduced 1985, last and only wrc-event podium(3rd, no victories)  in 1985 Lombard RAC Rally, Wales Audi Sport Quattro: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced 1984, last and only wrc-event victory 1984 Rallye Cote d'Ivoire Ford RS200: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - intorduced 1986, last wrc-event podium (no victories) Peugeot 205 T16 Evo2: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees - introduced 1984, in game car Evo2 from 1985, last wrc-event victory 1986 Lombard RAC Rally, Wales Lancia Delta S4: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees. This car possibly(according to Markku Alen) got hydraulic handbrake halfway through the season 1986 - introduced 1985 (in 1985 RAC Rally), last wrc-event victory 1986 Olympus Rally, USA Group B RWD Lancia 037: YES [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 810 degrees - introduced 1982, in game car Evo 2 from 1984, last wrc-event victory 1984 Tour de Corse, France Opel Manta 400: YES [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees - introduced 1983, last wrc-event podium(2nd, no victories) 1984 Safari Rally (1983 Safari Rally victory with Ascona 400) 80's RWD BMW E30 M3: YES [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced 1987 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500: YES [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced 1987 Renault 5 Turbo: YES [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced 1981 (in game car is Turbo 2-version from 1982). In my opinion this car should be in the Group B rwd class because it was competing against Lancia 037 and Opel Ascona/Manta 400. Group A (4WD) Lancia Delta HF Integrale: YES [ H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced 1987, in game car is the last Evoluzione-model introduced 1992 Ford Escort RS Cosworth: YES [direct H-shifter], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees Here's incar footage from year 1993 with Malcolm Wilson(now M-Sport team chief ) driving this car and using transmission that seems to be a Direct H-shifter https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2B2MxI3AuF0 - introduced 1993 Subaru Impreza 555: YES [direct H-shifter], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced 1994 F2 Kit-Car Seat Ibiza kit car: YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced Peugeot 306 Maxi kit car: YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - introduced R4 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X: YES [Direct H-shifter], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - 2007 Subaru Impreza WRX STI (hatchback): YES [Direct H-shifter], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees - in game car from 2011 2000s Ford Focus RS WRC '01: YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees Colin McRae used 720 degree rotation with this car Subaru Impreza WRC '01: YES [one push&pull paddle-shifter], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees Richard Burns had 540 degree rotation with this car (here he's using to max lock  after time 1:12 https://youtu.be/rGtCYoBxp6Y?t=1m12s) Citroen C4 Rally: YES [one push&pull paddle-shifter], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees - introduced 2007 (Monte Carlo Rally), in game car from 2010 Ford Focus RS Rally '07: YES [one push&pull paddle-shifter], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees 2010's Mini Countryman YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees - introduced 2011, in game car is 2011-2014 model Ford Fiesta YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees (Fredrik Ählin wrc2 driver in Fiesta R5 uses 330 degree trotation) - introduced 2011, in game car is 2011-2014 model Hyundai i20 Rally YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees - introduced 2014, in game car  is 2014 model Volkswagen Polo R Rally YES [one push&pull paddle-shifter], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees (Sebastian Ogier may have used 360 degree rotation in Polo) - introduced 2013, in game car is 2015 model (sequential sticks for 2011-2014 models, paddle-shifter allowed again for season 2015) NOTE: Many of  todays wrc drivers might use lower rotation, all the way down to 330-360 degrees. Hillclimb Peugeot 205 Pikes Peak: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 900 degrees -introduced 1987 Audi Sport Quattro S1 Pikes Peak: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees -introduced 1987 I found info that Walter Röhrl might have had some sort of clutch-switch on the gear-stick so that he could do left-foot braking all the time. Peugeot 405 Pikes Peak: NO [H-shifter+clutch], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees On the internet someone said that this car had a 4-wheel steering, but I'm not sure if that's correct. -introduced 1988 Peugeot 208 T16 Pikes Peak: NO? [paddles, left+right], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees - introduced 2013 Rallycross Classic Mini: Yes? [Sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 900(or is it 720) degrees FWD,  S1600 Opel Corsa Super 1600: Yes [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees Renault Clio S1600: Yes [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees Peugeot 207 S1600: Yes [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 720 degrees 4WD Citroen DS3 YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees Ford Fiesta: YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees VW Polo: YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees Peugeot 208: YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees Mini Countryman YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees Subaru Impreza YES [sequential stick], steering wheel rotation 540 degrees
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