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Question about traction

Discussion in 'PlayStation 4 Discussions' started by Heath82, Jul 8, 2018.

  1. Heath82

    Heath82 Gamer

    hey guys, can you really handle all cars with no traction? I’ve been through some trouble with mclaren..any advice?

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  3. moodyryder

    moodyryder Hardcore Simmer

    Some of the cars are designed to be driven with traction control. Use factory settings and you're getting the machine as the engineers intended it to be.

    I fell into that trap when I started playing Assetto Corsa. I thought I should be turning off all the electronics for a more realistic experience. I was doing the exact opposite and making it unrealistic.
  4. Heath82

    Heath82 Gamer

    Yeah but I really feel i lose lot of power using traction control especially in exit corner
  5. ChrisR

    ChrisR Alien

    Are you using a wheel or a pad?
  6. Heath82

    Heath82 Gamer

  7. ChrisR

    ChrisR Alien

    double post:

    Like the others have said. Make sure you stick it to factory and then if your having firther problems turn it to max and slowly turn it off.
  8. vlado Cro

    vlado Cro Simracer

    It really comes down to how u feel the car. I don't use tc,but some cars u really need good throttle modulation. On some cars just wind over gas pedal will make u lost traction. And other factor is tyre pressure,temps and grip.
  9. MrDeap

    MrDeap Hardcore Simmer

    It's more about the timing rather than modulation.

    It's more about being late & patient to press the accelerator button, although you have to focus to remain on the ideal racing line to make it work. Once you get the timing down there's a bit tiny bit of modulation but nothing being difficult.

    The cause of spin is too much forcing steering input trying to go in where the car can't fetch. You steer where the main inertia is heading. Obviously it's in the forgiving side in the way the game handling is modeled.
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  10. Heath82

    Heath82 Gamer

    Yeah i’m try and is going always better, what i gotta learn is not to be in hurry to catch the first.. i come from gt sport and i’m not used to enjoy a fight for a third or fourth position, but i gotta change my mind and enjoy it anyway. No traction is the way!! Too much fun
  11. Heath82

    Heath82 Gamer

    But the ai is faster than players even with the same car?! The slipstream doesn’t work..
  12. Gevatter

    Gevatter Alien

    Slipstream works fine, but is different from car to car of course. If the AI gets a better exit from a corner they will leave you behind/overtake you on the straight.
  13. ChrisR

    ChrisR Alien

    The ai uses the same physics as the player and slipstream does work.
  14. PREDATOR 2

    PREDATOR 2 Rookie

    Let's be honest here dude, some oversteers are irrecoverable, modulate your gas pedal, counter steer, brake, be polite, or even scream. sometimes you cannot catch it.

    I am not critisizing AC, at least it is realistic. In some other older sims ( but more expensive ones), (IRacing), losing balance happens for no obvious reason, for example when you are driving totally straight, in a low powered car like a Mazda Miata, after you totally finished the corner.

    Sorry for long reply and thanks for reading.
  15. vlado Cro

    vlado Cro Simracer

    Agree,but alot of practice will help.
    There is lot of stuff to learn to become cosistant from lap to lap,and like Mr.Deap said,its more to self control and not rushing on gas pedal on exits,or underseering cos late braking or giving to much steering input where car is just to fast to make a turn.
  16. Rotters91

    Rotters91 Rookie

    Just to be sure, TC on AC works the opposite to what you'd maybe expect. The higher the number the less interference from TC eg. 10/12 you shouldn't feel any power loss.

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