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1991 Group C Mod 0.80

by MAK-Corp

  1. Daiman Patel
    UPDATE: The latest version of this resource (v0.95) can be downloaded from here.

    23-787B_1.jpg 1.jpg

    UPDATE:
    The latest version of this resource (v0.95) can be downloaded from here.

    Overview


    The 1991 Group C Mod includes the Mazda 787B and the Porsche 962C in the latest version of the mod for rFactor 2. Featuring unique realistic physics for each vehicle as well as different tire compounds, this is your chance to get behind two of the most iconic cars in the history of Group C racing.

    Features
    • 1991 Mazda 787B model by Ionut Nicolaescu, updated by Dmitriy Barishev.
    • 1991 Porsche 962C model by Dmitriy Barishev
    • Reworked Physics for both vehicles
    • Open Beta Base Sounds
    Disclaimer

    All vehicle brands, series brands, team and driver logos, liveries and other replications placed in this mod from the real season are proprietary property of their respective owners. All rights reserved. MAK-Corp does not have nor claim to have any affiliation with any brands, teams or drivers that are represented within this mod unless stated otherwise.

    All aspects of this mod are copyrighted material of MAK-Corp and should not be used in any way, shape or form without express prior written permission from MAK-Corp Management. If you wish to use this mod for any reason, please contact us at media@mak-corp.com.au

    Mod Credits

    MANAGEMENT DEPARTMENT
    Petros Mak

    GROUP C MODELING Department
    Ionut Nicolaescu
    Dmitriy Barishev

    GROUP C TEXTURING DEPARTMENT
    Lukasz Kacprzykowski
    Doug Parker (D.Painter)
    Nigel Phelan

    GROUP C PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
    United Racing Design

    GROUP C SOUNDS DEPARTMENT
    elMariachi90

    GROUP C IN-GAME DEPARTMENT
    Stephen Young (Liquid4653) (Open Beta Release)
    Ales Ogrinc (Second Closed Beta)
    Ashley Webster (First Closed Beta)

    GROUP C IN-GAME DEPARTMENT
    Aleksss

    UPDATE: The latest version of this resource (v0.95) can be downloaded from here.

    Images

    1. 25-787B_2.jpg
    2. 26-787B_3.jpg

Recent Reviews

  1. Boby Kim
    Boby Kim
    4/5,
    Version: 0.80
    Damn...those machines are aweful powerful. Even when standing still the back wants to break :)
  2. Gui Cramer
    Gui Cramer
    2/5,
    Version: 0.80
    I am very much looking forward to the continued progression of this work. I will update my review as work evolves.

    Mazda 787B:
    - Can't over-rev as it feels like there's built-in RPM protection
    - Sounds disappear at top RPM
    - Having a tough time locking the brakes despite 100% pressure and at 52:48 balance or even 57:43
    - Old tire model that asks for weird camber values and tire pressure
    - The car feels extremely powerful on the straights instead of having a cornering advantage. This car was much slower than the competition.
    - Off-center car in the Tuning screen
    - Dead FFB does not provide tire information, there is only FFB reacting to track aspects like curb or bumps
    - Car lacks depth with dull material settings
    - I thought headlights on would turn on dashboard light?
    - Car is extremely stable, like there is traction control and abs
    - Auto-lift and blip

    Porsche 962:
    - Can't over-rev as it feels like there's built-in RPM protection
    - Sounds disappear at top RPM
    - Having a tough time locking the brakes despite 100% pressure and at 52:48 balance or even 57:43
    - Old tire model that asks for weird camber values and tire pressure
    - Dead FFB does not provide tire information, there is only FFB reacting to track aspects like curb or bumps
    - Car lacks depth with dull material settings
    - I thought headlights on would turn on dashboard light?
    - The braking capability, stability and cornering speed are mind boggling
    - Extremely stable car despite max turbo pressure and planting foot down, feels more pronounced than the Mazda even. Same with WSC engine.
    - Auto-lift and blip
  3. Stenne
    Stenne
    5/5,
    Version: 0.79
    Great cars! Thanks.
    Would be great with a Midweek Madness Club Race in these??
  4. Rudy Pessotto
    Rudy Pessotto
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    very good work man .