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TCM 2.8 v TCL 1.1

Discussion in 'Site Feedback & Support' started by David Richards, Jan 28, 2011.

  1. David Richards

    David Richards

    Which one has the more accurate car performance modelling? Is TCM an accurate recreation of the relative performances, or a tweaked version to provide parity for racing leagues?

    Is there a Mazda RX7 PP (Bathurst) circa 81/82/83/84 add on car available anywhere?
  2. Ryan Callan

    Ryan Callan

    Completely the wrong forum for a start.

    TCL is more real-life accurate than Touring Masters (which you erroneously refer to as TCM), Touring Masters is balanced for leagues, while retaining car characteristics.

    Although TCL is not 100% accurate by any means. The answer to your next question is no, there is no Mazda RX7 Group C about that I am aware of.