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  1. jordanp529 is offline yay!!! a green one!!!!
    Location: Canada, Newfoundland, Corner Brook
    Posts: 18

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    Default For PS2 version are there sport and hyper sport driving aids?

    Because I haven't seen them yet. Do you have to unlock them or something?


  2. jakyboy is offline pie is yum
    Location: Moe
    Posts: 100

    #2

    Default Re: For PS2 version are there sport and hyper sport driving aids?

    What do you mean?

  3. Nauraushaun is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 130

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    Default Re: For PS2 version are there sport and hyper sport driving aids?

    Traction control?

  4. Vros is offline Just a Skidmark
    Location: Houston, Texas
    Posts: 11

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    Default Re: For PS2 version are there sport and hyper sport driving aids?

    well there are 3 different settings. OFF, 1, and 2. All iv figured out so far is that 2 lets you slide more than 1. 1 is more of a serious and racy setting.

  5. Nauraushaun is offline Hot Hatch
    Location: Australia
    Posts: 130

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    Default Re: For PS2 version are there sport and hyper sport driving aids?

    On PSP version, as far as I know they're exactly the same, 2 is strongest setting, off is...off. Some cars, like the AC427 handle best when they slide a bit, because they're made to. Therefore, they understeer with it on 2, so you turn it off.
    I passed it (twice) and never used setting 1. As far as I see it, I either want to slide or I don't. No in between.

  6. jakyboy is offline pie is yum
    Location: Moe
    Posts: 100

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    Default Re: For PS2 version are there sport and hyper sport driving aids?

    i like number 2 better because i like to drift and its easier to control
    Watch out for my AC 427 in TDU. its top speed:307 km. Milage: 11,015 km


 

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