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Re: Your racing method

Postby Lan.Evo.III on 11 Nov 2007, 17:02

I usually pass them before the first corner, using the footpath/sidewalk to get ahead.
But, I have to say, after playing the full game on the 10th and 11th, it isnt worth it to get a wheel just for the game, using a custom built, six speed gearbox, foot clutch, accellerator and brake pedals, a nice racing seat(momo I beleive). All set up as a race car, then a drift car, the drifting is a little off.

I wouldnt pay $500 for a G25, that's for sure.
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Re: Your racing method

Postby Tsarg on 11 Nov 2007, 17:06

Lan.Evo.III wrote:I wouldnt pay $500 for a G25, that's for sure.


Hmmm ... i thought they up for about $300, or did they go up for christmas?? :? :? :?


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Re: Your racing method

Postby Lan.Evo.III on 11 Nov 2007, 17:08

$500AUD.
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Re: Your racing method

Postby Tsarg on 11 Nov 2007, 17:10

Lan.Evo.III wrote:$500AUD.


Ohhhh, ok, that explains it. I was starting to get a little worried there about my possibility of buying that G25 for christmas.


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Re: Your racing method

Postby pigi on 12 Nov 2007, 10:24

almost 8 months i playing wiht g25 greatest wheel. Also i made E-brake for it for more fun.
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Re: Your racing method

Postby RedRevolver on 14 Nov 2007, 01:32

Hmm, i got my g25 from amazon.com for $250 cuz it was on sale, AND i got a $25 rebate xD i was stoked. G25 IS worth it though, if you really like racing games, nothing compares to having clutch and an H shifter. btw though, pigi, how did you make an e-brake?? i've been tryin to come up with something using my joystick, but it messes up the rest of the controls when i plug it in. (plus its a really old joystick)
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Re: Your racing method

Postby pigi on 15 Nov 2007, 13:03

use second mouse :P
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Now i have new stick but tis still work like u see on pic.
Its easy to built its hella cheap and give u alot of fun.
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Re: Your racing method

Postby Tsarg on 15 Nov 2007, 19:05

Holy F***k!!!! now THAT´s what i call creativity!!! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:


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Re: Your racing method

Postby RedRevolver on 16 Nov 2007, 06:02

omg.....i might have to try that...lol thats the sweetest thing i've ever seen!!!
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Re: Your racing method

Postby pigi on 16 Nov 2007, 20:38

thanks guys ^^
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Re: Your racing method

Postby kct on 19 Nov 2007, 03:59

Lol at rally-style handbrake.
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Re: Your racing method

Postby scoobeephantom on 07 Dec 2007, 01:59

race style:pro, but if you hit me im gonna hit back much harder
race aids: king, i dont need help using the brakes of a car
transmision: auto, one less thing to worry about
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Re: Your racing method

Postby Gunsmith on 23 Dec 2007, 19:48

Race style: fast, cautious smooth, tends to steal lines
race aids: KING, no aids,
transmision: Manual + Clutch, this is my car, there are many like it but this one is mine.
beware the dissapearing line
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Re: Your racing method

Postby Striker94 on 31 Dec 2007, 05:54

My method's kinda professional. I come in hard and brake late and hard. However, i can still hold my racing line at maximum speed. I race using King :wink:
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Re: Your racing method

Postby speed_man on 07 Jan 2008, 20:48

Racing style- agressive
Racing Aid- King (i dont need help braking)
Tranmission- automatic
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Re: Your racing method

Postby Dark_Ride on 22 Jan 2008, 21:50

Try to be like A Pro driver, hate scraches!!
King, never tru¡ied the other aids!!!
Manual, automatic shifting is for grandmas....
It doesnt mather how you stand by your car Its how you race your car you better learn that
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Re: Your racing method

Postby ChinaMan110 on 31 Jan 2008, 00:13

i'm not 100% pro, but i'm pro enough, TRY to get everything perfect.
uses King, dat's the first thing i did when i first started the game.
no auto, too much lag, not JUST manual, cuz rpm still lags in manual for this game, it's manual with clutch, feels real and no rpm lag.
uses heel-toe technique for downshift.
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