Discussion in 'rFactor' started by Scott Malcolm, Dec 1, 2008.
With that many mods and tracks out there, what do you think is the best?
It depends what you're into really.
If you like open wheelers, then I think the rF3 built into rFactor is good. Then there's the CTDP F1(2005) mod if you like the modern F1 cars (I prefer it over the MMG mod). Or there's the 1979 F1 mod for a nostalgia trip. Also the excellent Japanese F3 mod too.. There are lots more that I've been meaning to download.
If you like Touring or GT cars then there are even more to choose from. Personal favourites are the M3 GTR mod, the E90 and E21 mods (BMW theme I know!) Also the NAGT mod for a great selection of GT cars. Of course I can't go without mentioning the Meganes. Or maybe the PCC mod?
If you own GT Legends, then there are a good selection of cars that have been ported into the Historic GT mod.
Seriously, there are so many great mods, it's hard to not find something you'll like and get along with.
Trackwise - I've not found any I really don't like, so they're all enjoyable for me :wink2:
The PCC Mod is fantastic, as are the Clios and Lupos.
Best track? Well that depends on your prefernce, there are oodles to choose from.
This is a perfect combination i will promise you: MMG F1 2007 2.0 with a perfect balanced Ferrari at the Old Ring.
The Champcar mod and the MMG mod
1988 Mod on the Virtual Lm Mid-Ohio track.. It doen't get better
F1 2006 CTDP
For me, it does not get better than racing the Apex Italian and European Challenge (Ferrari F430) mod at Madcowie's GP200-International, looking at the 2008 content kindly provided by a host of talented modders.
I was shocked to see that the MMG mod wasnt even nominated for the RFC awards of 2008
Best mod F1 wise.
There are many great mods available. Too many to master them all, before I cleaned out my rfactor install I had gb's of mods installed. Like a kid in a sweet shop.
I know what you mean - it's too easy just to keep installing mod upon mod upon mod.. I got ruthless the other day and also cleaned my install, getting rid of the bad mods (Berlingos??!) and making sure the good ones were held onto.. I guess you need to experiment with mods anyway to make sure you don't miss any good ones :laugh2:
Thats what I'm like......download a mod, find out its crap or I don't like it and I forget all about it. Think I might clean alll the mods out too......do you just delete the folder or is there something eles?
I like the FBMW's don't really have a favourite track but I do like throwing the porsche's round Knockhill (only cause its the closest track to home and I have driven on it before)
The best way is to go into the rfm directory in rFactor and open the .rfm file the same name as the mod. Make a note of the custom directories (look in the ConfigOverrides section, towards the top of the file)
Once you identify what sections the mod uses, you can delete those folders and the rfm file itself (and any logos named the same, in the rfm directory) to completely remove the mod. Other things that may remain will be text files in the main rFactor directory. They're only small, so it's up to you if you remove them.
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I think that the V8Factor mod and Bathurst go hand in hand with each other...
Any car and track made by the same group will most likely go well together...
Personally, the PCC mods and Bathurst. I really liked the modelling on the Porsches, and the track was just awesome.
Yes the Porsches are excellent...did a Season at rFactor Addicts with them
Hehe makes me want to reinstall rFactor now
I can't wait for the WSC '70 mod to be finished. There is not enough oppotunity to drive a 917 these days
The CSGT's interim fix while they continue the big 1970 WSC is great fun, version 2 of the HPM mod came out over the weekend, definitely worth some driving time when combined with Realfeel
my favourite is Historic GT & Touring Cars
it is based on GT Legends's models, but everything else is made from scratch with great results
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