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Database Decreased Tyre Wear + 10x Flashback 1.0

F1 2013 Database Flashback Tyre Wear

  1. BlazingRiCO

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    BlazingRiCO submitted a new resource:

    Decreased Tyre Wear + 10x Flashback - F1 2013 Database Flashback Tyre Wear

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  2. LKC11

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    Would you mind explaining how you reduced the tyre wear in the database? Just for the sake of knowledge. Also, thanks!
     
  3. BlazingRiCO

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    So you open database with the EGO Database Editor. Then you go to the f1teams tab and look for front_tyre_wear and rear_tyre_wear (shown in the screens I've added). There you can just edit the values.
     
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  4. Thorintar

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    Much appreciated, Im going to play with this right now! :inlove:
     
  5. BlazingRiCO

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    Feel free to edit the values yourselves or whatever suits you all ;)
     
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  6. Sam Wong

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    You, my friend, is a life savior!! :thumbsup:
     
  7. draconis123

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    Thanks for this! Quick question though. Will this corrupt my save like in F1 2012?

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    Never mind. Just tried it and it doesn't. Thanks again!
     
  8. BlazingRiCO

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    I didn't noticed any issues since its not an important thing in database. If I deleted a team perhaps then you'd have a corrupt savegame.
     
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  9. LKC11

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    Is there a difference between editing values of front_tyre_wear and rear_tyre_wear instead of editing values on the track_tyre_wear_level category?
     
  10. LKC11

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    By the way, would I need to restart my Career, or restart a race within my career for these changes to take effect?
     
  11. LKC11

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    Sorry to ask so many questions, but I don't see/feel a difference in Career mode. Is it working on Career?
     
  12. BlazingRiCO

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    No need to restart your career, that's for sure. I actually don't know if you need to restart or just can continue within the race and mod will have effect.

    EDIT: does not seem to work in career mode indeed :s Damn Codies --' It does work in Grand Prix mode
     
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  13. LKC11

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    Damn that's a shame. I wonder if there's a workaround to take care of tyre wear in Career
     
  14. Rixamus Hart

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    Oh yes I just tried it and noticed no change in tire wear to previous levels. I edited my own database with the values given in both the 25 and 50% just to be sure, hopefully its just a matter of editing another set of variables? But thanks for the effort all the same!
     
  15. auroboros

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    I have a solution for career mode. Instead of editing the values mentioned, go to the 'tyres' tab and change the 'max_distance' percentage to a higher value for the tyre you want to last longer.

    Edit: After further testing, this doesn't work, although I thought it did at first. My apologies.
     
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  16. Rixamus Hart

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    Will try that now, thanks! Will report back once I have raced to first pit :).

    -- Just in-case anyone was wondering -- I tested them by increasing wear so I didn't have to spend too long racing for 25 mins. I lost 1.5 laps. So it works as auro said.

    I changed each tyre for uniform increase values of + 25%.

    So; as seen in original database (always to two decimal places)
    Supersoft = 24.29 now 30.36
    Soft = 34.7 now 43.37
    Medium = 47.71 now 59.63
    Hard = 60.73 now 75.91
    Inters = 47.71 now 59.63
    Monsoon (Wets) = 60.73 now 75.91

    I simply found 25% of 24.29 on the calculator, then added that to the original value, so for example;

    25% of 24.29 = 6.0725, *I then added 6.07 to 24.29 (remember, two decimal places only) which returned 30.36 for the Supersoft tyres. To keep it safe I then used the same method for increase for each tyre type so there is still uniform behaviour in-game.

    You'll notice the wet tyre's carry the same values for Medium and Hard. +25% increase distance is equivalent of *gaining* 1.5 laps per every 6 laps on the *super soft tires.

    I used a calculator.

    Cheers.

    *Sorry fixed typo's confused myself it's 3 A.M in U.K.
     

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  17. alex1337

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    for sure a solution or just a possibility?
     
  18. alex1337

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    drive at barcelona or budapest to test, if its possible.
    the tyre wear is terrible at these tracs
     
  19. auroboros

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    Tested it last night on several tracks, it works.
     
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  20. alex1337

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    and after i edited it can continue my actually career? =O