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giorjoe

Is possible to fix the problem of the shift down gear?

Jose Reina

Quote from: giorjoe on January 21, 2015, 09:56:11 PM
Is possible to fix the problem of the shift down gear?

It isnt posible for us, only the autor of mod Moto3 can make this. All riders have this problem, sorry.

Hawk

Quote from: giorjoe on January 21, 2015, 09:56:11 PM
Is possible to fix the problem of the shift down gear?
Hi Giorjoe.

I feel your pain.... I have the same problem with the lacking gear shift response.

We will have to hope that the MOTO 3 bike authors take note(I cannot imagine they don't know of this problem); this maybe already on their list of "To-Do's" for update?  :)


Hawk.

HornetMaX

Quote from: giorjoe on January 21, 2015, 09:56:11 PM
Is possible to fix the problem of the shift down gear?
What's the problem exactly ?

MaX.

giorjoe

quando scali marcia, soprattutto dalla quarta fino alla seconda o prima, la moto non scala. come se non prendesse il comando.... provala e capisci subito. sorry for italian and thanks for attention

LOOPATELI

Quote from: HornetMaX on January 22, 2015, 11:39:10 AM
Quote from: giorjoe on January 21, 2015, 09:56:11 PM
Is possible to fix the problem of the shift down gear?
What's the problem exactly ?

MaX.

the problem is when you try to shift down if you only use a bit of rear brake (or not using rear brake but the braking is so strong), the bike doesn't shift, so you have to enter into a 1st gear turn in 4rd, and when you stop braking and you are inside the corner you shift down. Is like when the rear tire has not much weight on it the bike does not allow you to shift.

It also happens for me in other mods but in this one is much worst.

HornetMaX

Haven't tried yet, but most likely a matter of tuning the DisengageMaxTorque and/or EngageMaxSpeedDiff to be abit more permissive.

Notice however that if the rear is locked (or almost), it's probably normal to be unable to downshift: speeds of the two shaft would bee too different to engage.

MaX.

LOOPATELI

Quote from: HornetMaX on January 22, 2015, 01:06:27 PM
Haven't tried yet, but most likely a matter of tuning the DisengageMaxTorque and/or EngageMaxSpeedDiff to be abit more permissive.

Notice however that if the rear is locked (or almost), it's probably normal to be unable to downshift: speeds of the two shaft would bee too different to engage.

MaX.

Yes I think about it, but this still happens when using clutch?

HornetMaX

Quote from: LOOPATELI on January 22, 2015, 03:32:02 PM
Yes I think about it, but this still happens when using clutch?
Ouch, that would be weird.

I can only think about the timing stuff in the gearbox (DownshiftTime, DisengageTime, ...) to be a bit slow.
Does the problem happen if you downshift not too fast ?

MaX.

Hawk

All I know is that when you want to downshift pretty quickly as you approach a corner, it doesn't downshift as quick as you want it to and you end up still in a higher gear than you thought when you come to put power down to exit the corners. It's a real pain, especially on these bikes were keeping good momentum up is vital to a good lap speed.

Hawk.

Alone

Sorry guys, didn´t noticed  :-[

I´ll take a look ASAP (the talented guy is gone, so not expect too much  ;D )

Cheers

Hawk

Quote from: Alone on January 22, 2015, 05:08:58 PM
Sorry guys, didn´t noticed  :-[

I´ll take a look ASAP (the talented guy is gone, so not expect too much  ;D )

Cheers

Hi Alone.

It's just one of those things that needs a good tweaking.  ;)

Thanks for taking a look at it. Appreciated mate.  ;D 8)

Hawk.

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