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Moto GP 17 Setup Tips and riding tips for Pro physics wanted

Discussion in 'MotoGP 17' started by alex1994128, Jun 15, 2017.

  1. alex1994128

    alex1994128

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    Hey guys,

    i am pretty handy on the F1 games and played a lot of motogp , but i did it with semi pro physics, racing line , auto gears and mono brakes.

    So what tips some of the better guys have for me to how get good with the pro physics, i am struggleing especially with all the buttons you need to press with the gears and rear brakes. Any tips are appreciated.
     
  2. sagnok

    sagnok

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    ok first tip start one thing to prove so maybe leave semipro phisics and dual brake an switch manual gears, this year motogp game have a shifting gear more easy practice to shifting manual and looking for braking points in every track, than when you think are solid try to leave dual braking and search to braking at same points with only the front brake and than again when solid try to help brake withe the rear brake and so on leave the phisics pro for last
     
  3. Giovaneveterano

    Giovaneveterano
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    I use LB for upshift and RB for downshift: I can play in manual gearbox with ease ;)
     
  4. Teguh Waluyo

    Teguh Waluyo

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    LT = Shift Up.
    LB = Shift Down.
    RT = Rear Brake.
    RB = Front Brake.
    Right Analog (up) = Accelerate.

    Total Control :D
     
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  5. Aaron Smythe

    Aaron Smythe

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    Right analog up -- throttle
    left shoulder button change down
    right shoulder button change up
    rear wheel brake -- left trigger button analog
    front wheel brake -- right analog trigger button
    ...... can even do rolling burn outs with this :roflmao: