MX Bikes beta14e available!
Started by CSchmied986, February 21, 2017, 11:18:28 PM
Quote from: Asdrael on February 22, 2017, 08:39:21 PMYou need to sit, pull on the bars on the face of the jump, stand up mid air and then correct your balance as needed. Can give a small but sometimes needed boost to height and distance. Your suspensions need to have a proper set up for it to work though, bottoming out too hard from the rear or having too much rebound damping prevents a nice seat bounce.
Quote from: geofanatec on February 22, 2017, 10:16:27 PMQuote from: Wedgewood on February 22, 2017, 09:54:51 PMI deleted rider.pkz afterwards just to avoid any possible conflicts.Not a good idea to delete the default .pkz stuff (I learned my lesson). The folder contents will over-ride the .pkz and no need to delete it. So, for this example: KEEP the original rider.pkz; put the new rider.cfg file in the rider folder; and go ahead and test. However, you won't be able to join online! So, just simply relocate the rider.cfg you put in and race online --- then bring back in when you want to. This eliminates having to always keep track of original rider.cfg and mod ones (and constantly renaming back and forth)
Quote from: Wedgewood on February 22, 2017, 09:54:51 PMI deleted rider.pkz afterwards just to avoid any possible conflicts.
Quote from: NorCal 986 on February 21, 2017, 11:18:28 PMSo, I've long felt that the rider seemed very lazy and had no strength, so I decided to change some things up and see what the difference was. I mainly just moved his weight more over the front of the bike and made him more aggressive (turn faster), in doing this, I was also able to turn the 'Stability Help' and 'Direct Lean" way down, which i like. This is the CFG file I ended up with (still just a rough test). Be sure to copy your existing 'rider.cfg' file and put it somewhere you can reclaim it. I recommend trying the stability help (40) and direct lean (35-40) I am using and move around from there. Let me know what you think, or feel free to make changes!