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  1. atraks is offline Rusted Banger
    Location: Vilnius
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    Default TDU limit speed

    Maybe is possible to limit speed in TDU ? I mean drive not more than for example 60km/h ? How ?


  2. HSVxSEXY_TIME? is offline Ferrari F575 Maranello <3
    Location: nottingham, england
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    it's called: throttle control.

    not smug, but proud owner of a DFP.

    i'm happy with it!


  3. SLRRR is offline Ace
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    why do you want a speeld limit, maybe it's possible but maybe you have to do some hex things so you cant go online
    Last edited by SLRRR; 30/10/08 at 13:23 PM.



  4. atraks is offline Rusted Banger
    Location: Vilnius
    Posts: 58

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    Quote Originally Posted by HSVxSEXY_TIME? »
    it's called: throttle control.
    I don't ask how it is called, just say where I can find this control ?

  5. SLRRR is offline Ace
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    Quote Originally Posted by atraks »
    I don't ask how it is called, just say where I can find this control ?
    there isn't



  6. atraks is offline Rusted Banger
    Location: Vilnius
    Posts: 58

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    Quote Originally Posted by SLRRR »
    there isn't
    ...
    I don't need your philosophy..
    Read my question and just answer, it is possible or not.

  7. maroonstigjlr is offline British car lover!
    Location: England
    Posts: 78

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    The answer is no-one knows. The solution is don't go faster than what you want?

  8. SLRRR is offline Ace
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    Quote Originally Posted by atraks »
    ...
    I don't need your philosophy..
    Read my question and just answer, it is possible or not.

    read my first post... it isn't done before but maybe its possible.



  9. HSVxSEXY_TIME? is offline Ferrari F575 Maranello <3
    Location: nottingham, england
    Posts: 799

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    dude, you are just rude, it can't be done YET, if some1 can find a way they will tell you, just use throttle control, go inb a high gear, low revs and apply the right amount of power at the right time...

    it's the way everyone else does it.

    not smug, but proud owner of a DFP.

    i'm happy with it!



 

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