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    Thanks! I naively checked rFactor 2 forum :D It was strange to not seeing anything...
     
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    I am absolutely interested, just didn't have time yet.

    But there is one thing I have huge wishes for. Perhaps it might not be big issue for short, stiff, low next to none compliance chassies.... but there is a problem with simulation of solid axles here in rF2, that no one knows about.

    I am unsure if this issue makes difference for karts. But for many cars I have worked it sure did, and I never found a fix. Solid axles in rF2 somehow greatly spoils chassis compliance, makes cars not roll and not pitch as much as they should. It is like solid axle is infinitely stiff, and also almost cant twist around any axis.

    Although solid axle and chassis stiffness is very important for karts. They don't have much of roll and pitch visually.
     
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    I'm having fun with Formula or DTM, omg I need time !
     
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