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  1. vaism is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Singapore
    Posts: 3

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    Exclamation Accelaration & Car help

    I want to drive my car with a smooth control of it, do you get what i mean? if you realize the turning & and the brake is a little to strong, i want to control the car to be more realistic, how do i do that? Secondly I just bought a R34 Skyline from the Nissan showroom and when i wanna take it for a spin i'm able to start the engine, the gear is set to N able to accelarate but unable to shift gear to 1 basically i'm unable to make the car move... I hope you understand me.

    Much Thanks


  2. vaism is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Singapore
    Posts: 3

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    bumpz

  3. vaism is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Singapore
    Posts: 3

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    any help ?

  4. altec122 is offline Burnt-out Shell
    Location: phil
    Posts: 28

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    1. buy a wheel, momo or g25

    2. make sure the control configuration is right (shift up and down [manual]) or try driving it in automatic gear setting in the options.

  5. Dan G is offline Cars in mirror are losing
     
    Location: Essex, UK
    Posts: 3,412

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    or if you don't want a wheel buy a controller with shoulder triggers (like an xbox gamepad) and set the throttle and brake to those


  6. StrickenHAWK? is offline Car Aficianado
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 1,746

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    i have an xbox 360 design gamepad, powerwave brand, and the triggers dont do anything like you want e.g. restricting the revs to whatever you want. as for changing gears, go into options - controls - driving (something like that) - then look for gear up and gear down. set it to a button you will remember, and then you will be able to change your gears. to get that rev limiting, you will need a wheel with pedals to get that effect. the controller i have just doesnt do it UNLESS i change the throttle to a stick. i picked mine up for 20 australian dollars on sale. normally 30.






  7. RX_37 is offline Peugeot RCZ THP 200
    Location: Finland
    Posts: 1,283

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    I got a "Logitech Dual Action" which looks almost like a PS2 controller and with that i can give it any throttle position i like and same with the steering. Costed about 20 €, but that was years ago tho...

  8. Gunned_Down666 is offline Burnout King
    Location: South Brisbane Australia
    Posts: 739

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    Quote Originally Posted by DR. EVIL »
    i have an xbox 360 design gamepad, powerwave brand, and the triggers dont do anything like you want e.g. restricting the revs to whatever you want. as for changing gears, go into options - controls - driving (something like that) - then look for gear up and gear down. set it to a button you will remember, and then you will be able to change your gears. to get that rev limiting, you will need a wheel with pedals to get that effect. the controller i have just doesnt do it UNLESS i change the throttle to a stick. i picked mine up for 20 australian dollars on sale. normally 30.
    i used to have the same one it had the carbon look on it too.. but i upgraded to an xbox 360 wired controller

  9. StrickenHAWK? is offline Car Aficianado
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 1,746

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    yes, that is exactly the same, carbon look ect, so you know what i mean.







 

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