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fuhrerx
21-05-2015, 04:50
Burnout feature doesn't exist even with TCS turned off

madmax2069
21-05-2015, 04:58
Oh ok so I shouldn't be able to do this then, and that's with traction control turned on


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O6YyVKCFEyM

fuhrerx
21-05-2015, 05:03
Yes you can do that but try now and a straight burnout, hold the brakes and open throttle! I will wait for your response

fuhrerx
21-05-2015, 05:06
Hold the brakes and the gas, then you will notice that doesn't do anything like in real life

Deadzone
21-05-2015, 05:10
Adjust the brake balance to 100% front, set both diff settings to zero.

Take it to the track and have some fun.

fuhrerx
21-05-2015, 05:18
Okay I will try but still you should be able to do it without changing any of that. Do this, take your real car tomorrow if you have a Rwd car with decent torque and push the brakes and the gas. Let me know what happens. You should see a burnout. Watch some youtube videos

JessicaWalter
21-05-2015, 05:28
^^ That's not the same thing for a number of reasons

madmax2069
21-05-2015, 05:29
Ok then here you go. This is with a default tune. In order to initiate one you will have to press the brake and then pres the throttle and then let up off the brake for a split second to allow the clutch to grab ahold (due to the auto clutch) and press the brake again.

If you want less forward movememt you'll have to adjust the brake bias more towards the front.it could have been a bit different if I had ABS off, but the rest of the aids are turned off.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GoY0eCHbU5o

Deadzone
21-05-2015, 05:37
You mean something like this.
In your every day car you probably don't have race brakes and slicks that have much higher friction points.
http://youtu.be/fa-2M5HRDA4

Deadzone
21-05-2015, 05:43
Real men don't need brakes to chuck a skid.

http://youtu.be/FO6Fe7vdz8U

madmax2069
21-05-2015, 05:44
You mean something like this.
In your every day car you probably don't have race brakes and slicks that have much higher friction points.
http://youtu.be/fa-2M5HRDA4


As well with that he is also running two completely different sets of tires (good tires on the front, and junk every day tires on the back).

TrevorAustin
21-05-2015, 07:11
I don't understand ona rwd car how braking and accelerating from a standstill would do anything other thsn knacker your clutch. If you had no rear brakes yes, but..

marshma11ow8
21-05-2015, 08:11
M8 only in straya

madmax2069
21-05-2015, 08:16
I don't understand ona rwd car how braking and accelerating from a standstill would do anything other thsn knacker your clutch. If you had no rear brakes yes, but..


Ahh you mean like this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFHwzmzt8GE

With old style drum brakes on the rear and disk on the front its really easy to do, 4 wheel disks is a bit harder, race spec disk brakes you'll more then likely roast the clitch especially if you stand on the brakes.

TrevorAustin
21-05-2015, 09:34
Ahh you mean like this

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eFHwzmzt8GE

With old style drum brakes on the rear and disk on the front its really easy to do, 4 wheel disks is a bit harder, race spec disk brakes you'll more then likely roast the clitch especially if you stand on the brakes.

But presumably most of the cars in PCars are at least steel discs all round? Except the escort maybe, lol.

fuhrerx
21-05-2015, 14:59
Yes

fuhrerx
21-05-2015, 15:03
Burnout feature needs improvement and way more smoke! That is all! IMO is not realistic

Roger Prynne
21-05-2015, 15:07
Why do you guys need to do burn outs anyway?
Genuine question.

Franco Ferrari
21-05-2015, 16:01
Burnout feature needs improvement and way more smoke! That is all! IMO is not realistic


Easy to achieve or realistic?
Because I don't think the two things always coincide.

Roger Prynne
21-05-2015, 16:05
Just experimenting to see if it's possible.... and it is.


http://youtu.be/AGQhjI4QbVU

Umer Ahmad
21-05-2015, 16:13
Why do you guys need to do burn outs anyway?
Genuine question.
When your crew changes you to fresh tyres drivers do this to get heat into them right out of pit lane. It's not necessary in F1 where they have warmers but if you ever watch Indycad or NASCAR you see every driver do this tactic.

Roger Prynne
21-05-2015, 16:25
When your crew changes you to fresh tyres drivers do this to get heat into them right out of pit lane. It's not necessary in F1 where they have warmers but if you ever watch Indycad or NASCAR you see every driver do this tactic.
Yeah I know they do it in Indycar and NASCAR..... by the way is Indycad a new one... :rolleyes:

Umer Ahmad
21-05-2015, 16:30
Grrr iPhone moderating...you should know me by now!

Franco Ferrari
21-05-2015, 16:33
Just experimenting to see if it's possible.... and it is.



Case closed then? :rolleyes: