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Cars Clio Cup 2013 New Physics 2015-05-12

based on RD Clio Cup 2013 mod for GSCE

  1. Weijie Zhang

    Weijie Zhang

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    Weijie Zhang submitted a new resource:

    Clio Cup 2013 New Physics

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    Last edited: May 10, 2015
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  2. JustRight

    JustRight

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    I personally have found this to be a great improvement on the Clio Cup.

    Previously I could never get a good feeling with the steering and FFB, but with your changes the cars feel great and drive well. Although the brakes seem a little weak.

    Many Thanks!
     
    Last edited: May 11, 2015
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  3. Weijie Zhang

    Weijie Zhang

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  4. Patrick Giranthon

    Patrick Giranthon
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    Thank you :)

    I like the versions you did better than the original one.

    I have added on my side a new tire model. If you are interested, just PM me ;-)
     
  5. Paul Bennett

    Paul Bennett
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    A big improvement all round, the car feels just right now
     
  6. Jan Mikuž

    Jan Mikuž

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    Yup, i also think it's a great improvement. I always felt like the physics was in much need of improvement for the mod to be considered worthwhile. That was also the main reason i hadn't touched it in months.
    Now the dynamics is more like a real car. I think the handling is much more authentic and closer to the real thing now.

    Well done, Weijie. :thumbsup:
     
  7. Weijie Zhang

    Weijie Zhang

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    Thank you all for your positive feedback! Hope to see you in a race one day! ;)
     
  8. Weijie Zhang

    Weijie Zhang

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  9. Danny Walker

    Danny Walker
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    I wonder IF I can get some Instructions on How to Install (or What is the correct file Path) to put in this Mod? I'm having trouble with GSCE on these Modding updates:confused::( Sorry, to bother you But, I Love these little Clio Cup cars and would really like to try this mod out for them:thumbsup:
     
  10. Nox

    Nox
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    You just extract the GameData folder into your main GSCE install directory, and let them merge/overwrite. Then open the realfeel file in a text editor, copy the entry, and paste it to the bottom of your own realfeelplugin.ini file (also located in your main install directory), save, and bob's your uncle.
    (Don't forget you need the original mod first: http://www.racedepartment.com/downloads/clio-cup-2013.2556/)
     
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  11. Danny Walker

    Danny Walker
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    OK Nox, Thanks a bunch for the answer (and Quick I might add) he-he. I'll try this and see if I can do it. Thanks again.
     
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  12. Danny Walker

    Danny Walker
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    OK. Nox. I got it done and Thank You for the info. I wrote your info you gave me down and Saved it for the future. Thanks so much again. This Mod did really change the characteristic's of this little car A Lot. I've got to re-learn it now.
     
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  13. ThatRacingGuy

    ThatRacingGuy
    I drove 88 MPH last night... weird stuff happened

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    what do you have to do with the realfeelplugin?
     
  14. Jan Mikuž

    Jan Mikuž

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    Like Nox instructed:

    open the realfeel file in a text editor, copy the entry, and paste it to the bottom of your own realfeelplugin.ini file (also located in your main install directory), then save and you are done.