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Bikes / Re: Honda NR750 v. 0.6
« on: May 10, 2016, 09:38:50 AM »
You could also use the stand from the 916.. it works very nicely

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Bikes / Re: Honda NR750 v. 0.4
« on: April 26, 2016, 02:34:42 PM »
fuck it....

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Bikes / Re: Honda NR750 v. 0.4
« on: April 26, 2016, 01:03:32 PM »
The width parameter doesn't really define the width, it defines how flat the profile of the tyre is, so in fact the more round profile is more likely on the front.

Let's put it this way, to do an Avon Speedmaster rear tyre, you would need width to be about 5 and TorusRadius to be around 0.254 (or in other words the same as the wheel + tyre radius), on the other hand a bicycle racing tyre would have a width of 90, but the TorusRadius would be about 0.01
That Avon would be a very very very flat profile and fairly thin: 2 * 0.254 * sin(5deg) = 4.4cm !

I never bothered with the maths, it's was more making a point.. about double that would be close then

if you want a laugh http://www.avon-tyres.co.uk/motorcycle/safety-mileage-mkii

I actually had one on the back of an FS1E for a while..

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Bikes / Re: Honda NR750 v. 0.4
« on: April 25, 2016, 11:05:01 PM »
Just messing with some on board sound.... may need more punch at higher revs
(it's actually an NC30 VFR400.. so plenty of cam gear whine) - hopefully youtube quality doesn't make it sound too bad!

<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/KMg7T46aIO8" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/KMg7T46aIO8</a>

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Bikes / Re: Honda NR750 v. 0.4
« on: April 25, 2016, 02:49:32 PM »
Minor observation... that sounds like an inline 4, not a 360 degree crank V4

90, 270, 90, 270 firing order shouldn't sound like that... try lifting some sound off a VFR400, or RC30

(VFR400 NC30, not the previous model (NC21/24) as they had different firing orders due to 180 degree crank as opposed to 360.. this is the same as the difference between the VFR750 and the RC30).

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Bikes / Re: Honda NR750 v. 0.4
« on: April 25, 2016, 02:46:07 PM »
The width parameter doesn't really define the width, it defines how flat the profile of the tyre is, so in fact the more round profile is more likely on the front.

Let's put it this way, to do an Avon Speedmaster rear tyre, you would need width to be about 5 and TorusRadius to be around 0.254 (or in other words the same as the wheel + tyre radius), on the other hand a bicycle racing tyre would have a width of 90, but the TorusRadius would be about 0.01

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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta8
« on: March 20, 2016, 04:42:53 PM »
Hi guys, seeing as I got no help except from Mad Al who put me on the right tracks about button bounce, I decided to try and find a software fix for everyone who may have it. After days of surfing, reading and stuff I got nowhere but for a sort of possible way, that half worked but not in GPB. I pulled some hair out and scratch my nuts off to finally get it to a lil ol script thats seems to work so far.

So far I just did 4 laps on Mantorp as I have never ridden it and got NO double up shifts at all after I added a wee thingy to my Windows.

The "thingy" is an AutoHotKey script, about 6 lines long and so simple a dog could write it lol.

Joy4::
If (A_TimeSincePriorHotkey > 250)
{
send m
}
return

......

DD

Nice find.. and glad you got the problem sorted (or at least circumvented :) )

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General Discussion / Re: Fanatec use in GPB
« on: March 03, 2016, 10:10:09 PM »
Cheers bro, some old boy, says hes been riding 55years so someone older than me lol has one and is interested in one of my systems but wanted to know for now if his Fanatec stuff would work in GPB.

DD

Look up Arthur Wheeler.... that's inspiration for anyone... member of the same Motorcycle club for 70 years (and raced on the same 250 Moto Guzzi he rode in GPs in 1952, basically till the year he died!)

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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta8
« on: March 03, 2016, 09:27:39 PM »
Where in AC can you adjust bounce bro???

DD

Lol.. I have no idea.. as I've never bothered looking..

but... the Race department FAQ mentions it and I've definitely read the same in the past (as I said, I've never had an issue, with AC or Project CARS, so never actually looked..)

http://www.racedepartment.com/threads/assetto-corsa-faq-game-description.91105/#post-1788752

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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta8
« on: March 03, 2016, 09:22:26 PM »
Got it............

And for others here, apparently SMS had same problem with down shifts and added debounce inn Project cars!!!

DD

I believe Assetto Corsa also has a debounce (and it's adjustable.. not that my hardware has ever had issues)

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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta8
« on: March 03, 2016, 09:10:23 PM »
Allen, Allen, Allen......................(I'm Allan) Dude you are the man.....................well if you can tell us more that is?

Please go on bro?

DD

PM sent...

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General Discussion / Re: Fanatec use in GPB
« on: March 03, 2016, 08:51:56 PM »
Thanks Hawk but l know Fanatec can be a trouble so need someone thats used one in GPB to say. My TX works too.

DD

Just for you..

Tested with a combination of GT3 RS Wheel + Clubsport pedals (on separate USB) and a 360 controller

Steering with wheel, throttle, front and rear brake via pedals and gears on the 360 controller..

Works (feels shite.. as I had it set to 900 degree rotation)



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General Discussion / Re: GP Bikes beta8
« on: March 03, 2016, 08:42:12 PM »
And thats the point Max. You can ONLY use a certain type of button in GPB!!! The change in the timing does NOT actually effect the upshift speed for quick up shifting it just stops then NEED to buy a new controller just for GPB because yours is older or the controller you are using does not have debounced buttons........really? That is simply wrong. It has no negative effect to increse that value, ingame the up shifting is just as quick, it just stops the chance of non debouncing  switches and older being useless in GPB. Its like saying you can only drive in PCars if you have a certain wheel. I have read on here, cant find it now, but someone else also has this problem.

My point is it could be fixed for us with this problem as the fix wont effect those without it. But because YOU dont have it and think it is better that I have to debounce all my buttons just for GPB because YOU dont have the problem. I wonder how many who dont come in the forum who have an old controller that works perfectly in any other game, just not in GPB there are who just think its them not being able to shift properly.

I am just going to forget it as its obvious that those who dont have a problem and  think it is just my buttons that are fault and cant get the point that it is more than just MY buttons that this effects. It is ANYONE with non debounced buttons or old controllers!!!

I guess I'll stick to just practicing alone where I can at least shift properly and enjoy riding even if its alone without having to rebuild my system just for GPB.

Bye


Debounce can be done in code, either in the driver or the game code... no need for any hardware mods (it's a simple timer that ignores any subsequent pulse for a set period)


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Bikes / Re: Aprilia RSW500 by GPB ITA (physics) and Franco Pizzagalli (3d)
« on: November 11, 2015, 10:19:41 PM »
Nice, as long as it's a V3 :D


The RS500 (on which Spencer won the championship in 83) is the customer version of the NS500 and it got official factory support until 1990 iirc.
The Modenas KR3 used by Team Kenny Roberts until 2003 had a modified RS500 engine (crankcase induction instead of cylinder) that produced 170hp and had 'modern' chassis and suspension.

Funny, I thought the KR3 had an engine developed specifically for it by Tom Walkinshaw racing.. 
Whilst both are V3, the RS500 had one downward pointing cylinder and two up (hence the two exhausts out the back of the seat), whilst the KR3 had two downward and one up, and I recall that was to allow a narrower twin beam chassis and keep the weight lower.
The RS could get away with the two up as it had more of a perimeter chassis and apparently handled equally well with an RG500 motor transplanted into it by a complete nutter who worked as a mechanic for a Grand Prix rider, amazing some of the kit that turned up at UK national meetings..

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General Discussion / Re: ODE internal error 1...
« on: October 22, 2015, 03:22:18 PM »
Well once in a while this is what happens when the error occurs.. may be a bit of a clue

and yes, some models seem much more prone to the problem than others


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