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Moto 2 Kalex 2015 Beta 3b

Started by Manu, July 31, 2016, 10:33:20 am

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Manu

July 31, 2016, 10:33:20 am Last Edit: August 31, 2016, 08:16:51 pm by Manu

doubledragoncc

July 31, 2016, 10:36:42 am #1 Last Edit: July 31, 2016, 11:10:31 am by doubledragoncc
Thank you so much Manu

let the fun begin

DD

EDIT: Just took it for a quick test on Spa and it is pure brilliance. Love it, great handling out the box in default so look forward to playing with the setup. Thanks for adding so many skins to make racing better too.

Fantastic work once again. Guess we know what the guys will want to ride in next race. Server up with it on Spa as it is a great track and has up and down hill to get to really know the bike.
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Daniel_F


doubledragoncc

Thought I would report one good point that seems to be with this bike......................

Tyre temps after crashing seem far lower. I had a few on the server and watched them to see how the bike looked in live replay. One of the guys crashed 3 times in a row on one lap and when I asked him the tyre temps he reported 66 after the 3rd spill, not bad. He then had another but it only went to 70 something. So it would seem preliminarily that the 100plus that normally happens is not happening with this bike so far.

If this is the start of better tyres great work Manu,  maybe it can be used to help with other bikes that have overheating issues on crashes.

DD
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Gzehoo

Very easy bike to ride. I tried it on Imola and I was surprised :)
At this moment inactive.
I lost any motivation to play GP Bikes :/

Demitsuri


CapeDoctor

indeed, this bike is a real pleasure to ride - thanks so much for sharing it!  ;D 8)

Alone

Incredible work!  ::)

But you just forgot to halved the front suspension.

Manu

Quote from: Alone on July 31, 2016, 05:12:57 pm
Incredible work!  ::)

But you just forgot to halved the front suspension.


What do you mean?

Vini

July 31, 2016, 08:28:39 pm #9 Last Edit: August 01, 2016, 11:16:13 pm by vin97
amazing handling and stability.

maybe reduce chassis stiffness / increase flex just a tiny bit, though.
having a little trouble keeping the tyre temperature up and even a 230hp engine can't make the rear tyre slide :D
excellent that the overheating issues seem to be solved, though!!

which value does define the chassis stiffness/flex anyway? doing some experiments myself at the moment.

matty0l215

Quotechassis
{
   Mass = 80
   Inertia = 10.7, 7.3, 5.4

   FrontLatStiffness = 800
   FrontLatDamping = 9.6
   RearLatStiffness = 1380
   RearLatDamping = 9.3
}


in the .cfg i believe

Vini

ok thanks.

already asked manu via pm but where is the engine position / CoG / overall bike-CoG defined?

....oh and i noticed that the front forks don't compress enough.
this is full braking without preload:

HornetMaX

Quote from: vin97 on August 01, 2016, 02:37:52 am
already asked manu via pm but where is the engine position / CoG / overall bike-CoG defined?

There's no overall CoG defined, it's computed by GPB depending on the masses and CoGs of each separate element (front head, wheels, chassis, swing arm).

Vini

ok.
then where do i find the engine (or separate engine parts) weight and position values?

HornetMaX

Quote from: vin97 on August 01, 2016, 07:54:11 am
ok.
then where do i find the engine (or separate engine parts) weight and position values?

.geom file