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1991 Group C Mod 0.80

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Damn...those machines are aweful powerful. Even when standing still the back wants to break :)
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  • Version: 0.80
I am very much looking forward to the continued progression of this work. I will update my review as work evolves.

Mazda 787B:
- Can't over-rev as it feels like there's built-in RPM protection
- Sounds disappear at top RPM
- Having a tough time locking the brakes despite 100% pressure and at 52:48 balance or even 57:43
- Old tire model that asks for weird camber values and tire pressure
- The car feels extremely powerful on the straights instead of having a cornering advantage. This car was much slower than the competition.
- Off-center car in the Tuning screen
- Dead FFB does not provide tire information, there is only FFB reacting to track aspects like curb or bumps
- Car lacks depth with dull material settings
- I thought headlights on would turn on dashboard light?
- Car is extremely stable, like there is traction control and abs
- Auto-lift and blip

Porsche 962:
- Can't over-rev as it feels like there's built-in RPM protection
- Sounds disappear at top RPM
- Having a tough time locking the brakes despite 100% pressure and at 52:48 balance or even 57:43
- Old tire model that asks for weird camber values and tire pressure
- Dead FFB does not provide tire information, there is only FFB reacting to track aspects like curb or bumps
- Car lacks depth with dull material settings
- I thought headlights on would turn on dashboard light?
- The braking capability, stability and cornering speed are mind boggling
- Extremely stable car despite max turbo pressure and planting foot down, feels more pronounced than the Mazda even. Same with WSC engine.
- Auto-lift and blip
Great cars! Thanks.
Would be great with a Midweek Madness Club Race in these??
very good work man .