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Can we get more rubber build up on cars and windscreen?

Discussion in 'ACC General Discussions' started by tlsmikey, Apr 25, 2020.

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  1. tlsmikey

    tlsmikey Simracer

    I don't know if anyone else feels the same way, but I'd like to see two things:

    1)faster rubber build up on the car itself (instead of an hour, 20-30 minutes should be enough to get some rubber marks on the bodywork....at least it is when I run track days)

    -2)Can we get some small amount of rubber on the windscreen? iRacing does a good job of this and by the end of a 30-45 minute race you can see some of the rubber marks and debris on the windscreen which can be removed with a windshield tear off.

    Anyone else agree?

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  3. marph

    marph Gamer

    I absolutely agree with the second point. Adds totally to the immersion. Would love to see that like in IRacing
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  4. m_box97

    m_box97 Simracer

    Agree on point 2 but rubber build up is fast enough, half an hour and your car is already dirty in my experience
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  5. marph

    marph Gamer

    I think its about rubber on the Windscreen. Not on the body of the car. Until now there is only a little dust on the Windscreen and rubber on the paint after a while. We like to have rubber also on the Windscreen
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    Shouldn't this make so more dirt appears in the car?
  7. Epistolarius

    Epistolarius Alien

    Definitely agree with point two, the windscreens could do with more dirt, rubber and blemishes over time. Point one should depend on how it's IRL, like how in some conditions dirts build up faster (if it was recently wet, etc.).

    I believe that's about the camera lens (or of course you could think of the windscreen and helmet visor) dirt effect, basically the lens flare. when looking towards light sources like the sun.
  8. phenix14

    phenix14 Rookie

    Please God NO!!! I have a hard enough time with the glare on a dirty windshield at the end of a stint now as it is.
  9. Coanda

    Coanda Alien

    There is plenty of dirt buildup if you drive longer races..

    For example..
  10. Epistolarius

    Epistolarius Alien

    But there are no rubber marks, or tiny stop chips for example.

    Whether one likes it or not, it is realistic. And why tear-offs matter so much.
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  11. JnJ | Rayleigh

    JnJ | Rayleigh Simracer

    But that dirt built up should be dependent on if, at what distance and for how long you actually follow a car. As a leader not having to deal with backmarkers in a 30 minute race there should be absolute no rubber on the windshield, right?
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