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BTCC 1998

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Modding Discussions' started by BattleOvce, Feb 1, 2017.

  1. BattleOvce

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    Anyone working on such a mod ? I know that there is nissan primera out there but I would like to know if someone is working on full season, it would be literally dream came true. :inlove:
     
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  2. AccAkut

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    I think you are seriously underestimating the work needed for a mod of that size
     
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  3. Mahad

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    If i remember right, Patrick Marek started work on it.
     
  4. M41k_R

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    He don't works on some specific 1998 BTCC Cars
    The Primera is from 99 and the BMW wasn't a BTCC car in 98.
     
  5. Guillaume Francois

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    In fact to create, and update such a pack you will need a big team, data are not so easy to find so its hard to replicate not one but a complete field :V
     
  6. BattleOvce

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    I was just curious if out there is such a project or I should dream on forever :D Because I saw primera so why not to ask if anyone know something .. and I think I didnt say in my post that its easy to be done. duuuudes :D...

    Mods are based on real data or just on the personal feel ? Which I believe that 2nd option is the most common.
     
  7. Guillaume Francois

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    Well I think its all about personal taste, some prefer to dig and find real data and other not. In both case it's a hell of a job :roflmao: !

    if you love the primera ( like many of us i guess), you should follow Patrik Marek ;), you'll discover more btcc cars ;D
    https://www.facebook.com/pm3dm/?fref=ts
     
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  8. Ben O'Bro

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  9. BattleOvce

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    Cool thanks :)
     
  10. AccAkut

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    IMO it's easier the more real data you have. For my Porsche I had a bunch of numbers (spring rates, aero distribution, AWD split etc) which made it easier to work along. For the Audi I have way less (weight, dyno plot, gear spacing, lap times) You need to have a good idea about which range values need to be to make it from scratch. I used my Porsche stuff as the basis as I know that the Audi uses lots of Porsche Cup parts. It seems to work out so far.
     
  11. garyjpaterson

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    IMO its easiest if you just make the whole car up from scratch, then you don't have to worry about such things ;):p