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Glowing Disc brake Removal option 2016-06-18

Alternative for the annoying glowing brakes

  1. Max Attack
    This is alternative option to remove glowing brakes that bother someone as much as they did with me.

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    Fix:
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    To Install: Dirt Rally > Cars > generics *Replace the file in your desired car class folder

    Remember to backup original files

Recent Reviews

  1. Caton XII
    Caton XII
    5/5,
    Version: 2016-06-18
    Thank you very much for this addition, I put it only in the "Historic" folder. ;-) This is a necessary file to "repair" an historical mistake in this great rally simulation..
  2. Lee7714
    Lee7714
    5/5,
    Version: 2016-06-18
    One thing that really bugged me.
    Now its much better!!
    1. Max Attack
      Author's Response
      Cheers, glad to hear it!
  3. Finno's
    Finno's
    5/5,
    Version: 2016-06-18
    Mesa, Its as realistic as GTA Backfire. Brilliant Mod.
    1. Max Attack
      Author's Response
      Haha, yeah that happened way too often basically!
  4. gergerger
    gergerger
    5/5,
    Version: 2016-06-18
    Amazing attention to detail. It's the little things that we love!
    1. Max Attack
      Author's Response
      Thanks, glad you like it!
  5. MaDMaXX
    MaDMaXX
    3/5,
    Version: 2016-06-18
    Those example pics are in daylight.....
    It's a nice mod and i understand the reasoning, though braking is used heavily in rally which is why it comes on so easily.
    I would agree that some of the older/smaller cars shouldn't show it as easily as the modern faster stuff.
    1. Max Attack
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the honest review, the mod gives you the option to swap out specific classes if you don't like it happening on older cars.
  6. mesa
    1. Max Attack
      Author's Response
      Unrealistic as in "it happens to every car". I think you'll find that most rally cars will never reach such an anormous amount of friction to cause the effect. It also boils down to the material of discs used. The effect shouldn't be as apparent in daylight either. But aside from that, I appreciate the rating pal!
  7. pedro272
    pedro272
    5/5,
    Version: 2016-06-18
    thanks
    1. Max Attack
      Author's Response
      No problem
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