# The REIZA DLC.....

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Dady Cairo, Oct 11, 2018.

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@mantasisg do you like math?
I found article about wheel moving on the railroad. And i can give you link to this pdf file.It is not in english but i think google translate can help.
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I am ok with mathematics. Haven't done any of it seriously for quite some time since my graduation, but wasn't terrible at it. Also I had a little bit of clue with mechanics.

Why would you like to show me an article about railroad ?

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You interested in physics of the wheel moving on the grass and tyre and grass temperatures. Principles are the same, so i thought you can find this article interesting.

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Well you never know where you can find connections.

I actually doubt there would be some. I don't know what could be the connections with our current topic (or rather off-topic, but it became usual in Reiza pack thread). I don't know what could be the important connections between "Heat Generated in Rubber Surface Due to Sliding on Grass" and the "Wheel on Railroad" (sliding or rolling what it does there ?) ?

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Rolling with constant speed. And talking about connections: you will have different friction, but math will be the same. And you will be able to calculate grass temperature under the wheel moving at 100 km per hour speed

Nvm then

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Maybe we should have some grass only circuits , we could drive on grass all day

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How many of you drove the cars reasonably a lot before and after they got updated ? What do you think ?

I fail to tell for sure if due to long pause I lost perception, or if the cars changed for the worse. I did not drive a lot after updates, so my judgement is unreliable for current cars. But as much as I drove, I had an idea that I liked steering more previously, I know they tweaked steering. I drove VEE and Puma GTE. I wish to drive more soon.

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Steering is the same, min steering lock was changed

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We should normally get the next 2 layouts of Imola within the next days, 88 and 2001.

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lol, one might read that as you are expecting the two new layouts sometime within the next 88 to 2001 days......

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that's for the new UI

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no news about imola update and 1988, 2001 layouts?

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I'm just dicovering Puma P052, awesome fun car, and very immersive for a mod track that I am working on. I also noticed that it has front end lift, which is interesting.

Also when new Imola layouts were introduced I have also rediscovered two historic mclarens from S397. They are good there.

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I already asked on the Reiza forum, but I am also curious on what people will say here. I do not have AMS, waiting on AMS2, because I only drive in VR, but I have RF2.
I bought the Reiza bundle, mostly to get an idea of what the buzz about AMS is.
I would like to know: does the Puma 052 in RF2 drives and feel like in the AMS version?

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@Cote Dazur everything feels different in AMS
sense os speed is one of them
FFB is another

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I find the Puma cars to handle pretty similarly but, the details (ffb) are a bit different. Also, the Formula-Vee is more challenging to drive in rF2 than in AMS but, I enjoy them in both titles.

It's too bad Reiza couldn't bring VR-support to AMS1 because the content and execution is so great imo. I look forward to seeing what they can manage in the Madness engine as well; then we'll have a 3-way comparison.

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You put it lightly. I find F-Vee frustratingly difficult in rF2

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