Going on server for a quick drive
I still have the GTA junior installed for the rdhcs, is it okay if i copy the files to the tc-65 class?yes that is correct. if you remember Stuart modded the files so it appeared in the GTC-65 for the league,
that has now gone so it should be put in the TC-65 class when installing it.
Its the same as the ford escort 1300.
If you have the same Alfa in the GTC-65 class it needs to be deleted.
The Car only had it files changed to show up in a different place its performance was not altered at all.
And i want the server to work as the cars are made by the modders, this way it cuts down on any problems for me in club events
A league pack is set up differently with how the cars and skins are grouped together. Stuart was good at this, im not. So i will stick with the basics that work for me and will work for you as we are both on the same page and im not having to explain something im not to sure on myself. Blind leading the blind
I think you're absolutely right, Rupe. There's no doubt in my mind that learning the track is much more important than the setup. In fact, for cars I'm used to drive, like the Alfa, I use the same setup at most tracks. I have a base setup in the common folder and on new tracks I load that setup and basically adjust the gearbox ratio if needed; otherwise it's good to go.Its a great track, with great detail.
I've not really tested the setups but looking at who has made them they should be stable for each car even though they are fro different tracks.
These are the cars we used in the league last season so they are already good stable cars that can be used on nearly a default setup..
ive been using default setups for a while now with just the minimum adjustments,
finding that learning the track is more important then spending hours on a setup for the extra few bits