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After the update of the FR90 physics!

BrunoB

Too much Goebbels
I dont know how much is placebo but at least the FR90V12 feels a bit different now driving on the edge.
When it begins sliding it slides a bit more and feels a bit more tricky before the back end can be catched.
But the strange thing is that inside 2-3 laps my PS was about the same as before the upd.:)

Just inside the same placebo-ish area it feels like the shift down lock is a (tiny) bit more reasonable (foregiving) than before.
Hehe the FR90 trio has absolutely not become less fun to drive after this upd(IMO).:laugh:
 

UMC 22

Premium
I hope you're right, I can't test them myself at the moment. These became my favourite cars when they were released, so I'd hate to see them ruined! :p
 
We made a tweak to the damper behaviour so they're doing a nicer job of controlling motion, with less oscillations over curbs and better weight control. Should make the car hold on for longer and more predictable at the limit :thumbsup:
 

BrunoB

Too much Goebbels
We made a tweak to the damper behaviour so they're doing a nicer job of controlling motion, with less oscillations over curbs and better weight control. Should make the car hold on for longer and more predictable at the limit :thumbsup:
Thanks for explaining these details Alex.
As I tried to explain the changes feels very subtle.
But I will keep to my initial oppinion that it feels like its a bit easier to get the rear to step out but then (surprisingly for me at least) its still possible to correct the rear and get it "back" in.
Mostly :roflmao::roflmao:
Hehe it could be a result of the damping optimizing that my PB now is a tiny bit faster than before.:whistling:
 
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