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FWD problems

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by SmashingPants67, Jan 6, 2014.

  1. SmashingPants67

    SmashingPants67

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    Hi, i'm making a 1000hp front wheel drive (fwd) engine in UpgradeClass for my personal use, but when i accelerate the car, it makes a drag racing burnout.
    What can i do?
     
  2. Ole Marius Myrvold

    Ole Marius Myrvold
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    You would need to get more grip as well, not just power!
     
  3. SmashingPants67

    SmashingPants67

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    How? What line on hdv/susp . pm/tbc? Tried upgrading traction control effects, but doesn't solved.
     
  4. David Wright

    David Wright

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    There's a reason why fwd cars rarely have much more than 200 bhp.

    When you accelerate, weight is transferred to the rear. This helps a rwd car, but means you just get wheelspin in a fwd car.
     
  5. SmashingPants67

    SmashingPants67

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    In 1/4 mile my upgraded WTCC cars ran well, 9.8@241 km/h, but my 09 K20 Civic converted from San Andreas with permission burned out, 13.2@211 km/h, In circuits only the Civic "loses" the turn.