Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by UnitedRacingDesign, Apr 4, 2013.
P1 and P2 will be one package.
Sorry in the videos with external footage not seen in the car pilot...
the situation and evolving or will be so?. ...
for the tires are michelin or multi-brand? ...
One tire brand as all use same one for now and driver is beeing added everytime HD cockpit is implented.
Ales, I know it's an annoying question... but do you have an approximate estimate when the remaining three cockpits will be in (I guess before Christmas?) It would be the perfect present.
Yes, somewhere middle december is plan. Finishing vette these days and than going to the remaining two. And the italian car will be added completly after all this cars are finished. So total car list as mentioned will be 5 cars package + free vette.
If you manage to get all six cars in, with cockpit, before christmas, then I'll purchase two more copies! That would be huge!
hehe, i dont think ill manage the italian car in that time as i have 2 more cockpits to do but who knows.
I thought as much but it will already be great without the Prancing Elk...
What is the weight of EGT cars is it 1325kg?
1250+driver should be around 1325kg that yes.
75 for a fully suited driver? Not a sport for me then
BTW, a technical question for the real cars: My last GT Simming was when Sequential Sticks were all the rage. Now it seems this year's cars all have Paddles. Does this mean they have automatic clutch, or are the paddles just a mechanical replacement for the stick?
"An ALMS GT car has a partially automatic clutch. Upshifts are mostly automatic, though can be driver controlled. Downshifts are driver controlled. There is a clutch pedal, this is used as normal though it is not needed for computer controlled upshifts. Heel-toe techniques are still needed for downshifting. " From what i know.
Is the sound of the Corvette accurate? Because if it is OH MY GOD that is the best sounding car ever.
Even better than my old favourite the Mercedes SLS GT3 that I saw at brands hatch this year. That thing was amazing.
From what I have experienced there is no need to use heel-toe technique with your EGT cars. I always drive with all aids off, so I need to blip throttle when downshifting with ISI's historic cars and I also use it for the Corvette, otherwise it unsettles the car. However, when driving your EGT cars I have took for granted that these cars could be driven without the use of clutch, because I just slam the brakes and do speedy downshifts. So far I have never been able to unsettle the car that way. Are the cars too forgiving?
Well from what I know there's no need to use the heel-toe technique in these EGT cars. In the Porsche 997 GT3 Cup you still have to use it but if you check inboard videos from BMW Z4 GT3 or Mercedes SLS GT3 you see they don't use the clutch under braking. I think it shouldn't be different to the GTE cars...
ADAC GT Masters, which are Gt3 cars, are using sequential gear shifting. Hope that is correct english word they shift up and down with padels at the steering wheel. The clutch is only used, when starting the car. That's what an Audi r8 LMS ultra driver told me.
Yeah they use clutch only on stoping and rolling. I had a video a while ago from 24h lemans 2013 porsche but cant find it. On one forum about C6.r ive read that its computer controled like mentioned above but for up and down shifting actually.
No heel-and-toe for upshifts or downshifts.
Hi just stopped by to say Thank You for that cars, Very nice to drive, noticed that Darche changed a bit since last update, easier to drive for me, i also noticed massive camber i know it is very track dependant just i'm suprised it can vary like that, after setting camber according to temperature indication i'm getting just slight amount of camber on Poznan track like f/r -0.5/-0.3 i try to level temp on both sides of tire am i doing it right? In general i found default setups very friendly.
Thanks again and looking forward to see more of your work
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