Post by Alberto Ibanez on Jan 10, 2021 9:47:30 GMT
Please report here any bug or glitch you find out so that we can have a look at it. You can also give feedback about your impressions or ask questions about the physics, the models, the choices we did, real season history, etc.
- The Lightning MKI front wing is not adjustable, this is due to a typo and will be fixed (DFX models). - On road circuit setup, if using symmetrical setup adjustments, one side has negative and the other positive camber. - Vollstedt steering column is off-center - SGD prone to blow up - AMC #11 load error --> USAC73_DETAILS_B - Size of tire marks - Finley Eagle rear wing bump map issue - Watson 78 #24 has the SGD engine, should be Offy - Tacho in the Eagle AMC is frozen - AMC Eagle, the lower detail models have the wrong texture on the side of the sidepods.
at least at milwaukee with multiple cars, when sliding the rear tires it leaves extremely wide marks. also they seem to be inset/not lined up with the tires but narrower track. front tires seem to leave appropriate sized marks.
The DGS engine seems to not like being run at Full Boost. If I come off of Turn 4 and run the Boost all the way up, the engine will grenade itself as soon as I lift for Turn 1. Redline or no redline, as soon as I lift off the gas it goes kerblammo. The other Lumps allow me to run many laps at Full boost.
Post by Alberto Ibanez on Jan 11, 2021 8:00:35 GMT
The tire marks we already noticed but it's not a mod thing, it's caused by one track we all must have installed at one point that came with a custom texture to override the default one when leaving tire marks.
I will have a look at the SGD, it should indeed blow up easier than others when pushed hard, but I will ensure it is not glitched.
Cars look good, just the steering column thing, little loose in the back, just need setting up I believe, but have noticed a lot of shimmering on the tracks - Milwaukee, that a AMS thing ?, can anything be done for it ?
Post by Alberto Ibanez on Jan 11, 2021 18:48:52 GMT
No, the Drake is a limited run of modified Offys towards end of its production life. The SGD had valves angle narrowed and the Drake tried to narrow it even more but there was no noticeable gain. The V8 was already in development, so they did not pursue that idea any more.
The SGD is the acronym it receives in the official Indy reports as well as in oldracingcars, we know you can find literature or other places calling it DSG but went with what thought was more "official" even if the engine never was officially named as such.