Is it possible that i can get a email resent to the email i bought the game from?, cause i cant find the the original email with the key in the email that i bought the game with to convert it across.
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Quote from: Asdrael on August 05, 2018, 11:23:04 am
Honestly it is a game... The only way to get better is to find your way and practice. I would recommend getting the OEM pack as a start but I am biased
I would go as follow:
1. Find a controller setting you like. Not only the layout, you have a lot of parameters you can touch (smoothen, linearity come to mind). They can really affect how you ride.
2. Set a Direct Lean you like. Try it at 100% and at 20% to get idea what it does, and play a bit. Mine is at 75% I think.
3. Find a bike you like and practice. The easiest bike currently is Alta with the Eco engine map. Otherwise, a RM125 or RMZ250 are the easy choices in theory category. I would advise against 450s for now.
4. For tracks, Forrest is a good starter track. Then you should get a good feel what you like. Starting out in SX, I think JS 7 compound south sx very easy and teaches the basics in a forgiving way. Actually, you can most likely just load JS7 compound and switch between south sx and national layout to train.
5. Keep having fun.
Quote from: NorCal 986 on December 06, 2017, 08:33:01 am
I'm looking forward to the next series. Will give me a reason to put more time in, but I think the Factory Kawasaki team is still the team to beat!
Quote from: Mopslapper 124 on December 05, 2017, 03:58:12 pm
I'm working on my Setups Good Sr. Ill start building a 2 Man Team
Quote from: GDUBMX on December 05, 2017, 04:47:19 pm
if you guys can hold on another 6 years or so i might have an updated tutorial coming... LOL (this weekend)
Quote from: MotoSavage on December 05, 2017, 02:42:40 pm
ole martini comin into town