No, I didn't abandoned this forum, or asked for divorce on San Andreas! I just went to a place where my time needs to be spent somewhere else: University.
I came back here today, and my post is still pinned, people still sending requests, after more than 3 months away... It's just great!!
I'll continue helping out whenever I can, but, as I said, WHENEVER I can
Once again, thank you all fot the suport
With no more delays, CK-1999, here's your handling line for Blade, based on
CHEVROLET IMPALA SS Sport Coupe 230 Turbo-Thrift (1966)
|1635.0 2500.0 1.3 0.0 -0.2 -0.05 50 0.7 0.7 0.606 3 130.0 7.2 115.0 R P 5.1 0.5 0 38.0 1.5 0.176 0.0 0.15 -0.13 0.43 0.25 0.3 0.62 19000 40002000 3418400 1 1 0 |
- 0-100 km/h -> 15.6 sec
- 0-140 km/h -> 35.5 sec
- Top speed -> 150 km/h
- Wider tires
- Xenon lights
- Number of gears: 3
- Real weight
- Lower chassis
You know the thrill, If there's anything wrong, tell me
Blooger, you want to drift with FWD cars? As far as I know, in reality that's simply dangerous, because by drifting, you control the drift with the steering wheels, and if the steering wheels are the ones with traction, you'll loose control, almost for sure... And in-game, that's quite hard, I made a bet with a friend of mine that he could drift with a Alfa Romeo GT, wich is a FWD, on Gran Turismo PSP, and he lost the bet lol. I tried next to him, and made a miserable score...
The best cars for drifting either RWD, for a D1GP/Japanese style, or 4WD, for a "fast drifting", or Ken Block's style, or something like that... The tecniques for RWD and 4WD are VERY different, though...
If you insist, I can try to make a FWD drift line, just give me the 3D model of the car, and I'll start testing, but don't reccomend it...
PS: The person that sent me a request through the mailbox, post it here please. Thanks.