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Can I put a restrictor plate on any track?

Discussion in 'NR2003 General Discussion' started by JamesFranklin84, Sep 29, 2011.

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  1. JamesFranklin84

    JamesFranklin84 Well-Known Member

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    I'll just use Michigan/Pocono those types of tracks for example... can I restrict them so they stay in a pack using the ini? Or would more work need to be done than just change the number?
     
  2. ZiggyM

    ZiggyM Well-Known Member

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    Chassis = 1 ; plate

    The .lp files will need adjusting as well as the track.ini AI settings to get the AI to act more 'pack like'.

    The GN60s tracks I do all have chassis 1 and they run normal, just slower because I still use the regular .lps for the most part (Bridgehampton and Ona are the only ones I made new .lps for, I think).

    Have fun!
     
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    Markfan Sim Racing Designosaur

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    They won't stay in a "superspeedway plate-style" pack, per sae, because you still need to let off the gas and use the brakes on those tracks. However, with the CTS physics, Charlotte, Atlanta and Texas can be run full throttle with plates.
     
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