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Old 26th October 2008, 18:41   #181
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No prob but lets take a car that everyone has and a bigger track please. Eiger is a piddly track with barely any technical corners. Suzuka would be ideal for this.

But there might be some issues since spec III has had some handling and traction upgrades. So the handling/traction levels of cars in spec II maynot be the same as that of spec III.

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What car would you like to use?
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Old 26th October 2008, 19:28   #182
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BMW M3 sounds good.

BTW, r we playing the time trial mode with S2 tyres?

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Old 26th October 2008, 19:48   #183
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BMW M3 sounds good.

BTW, r we playing the time trial mode with S2 tyres?

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Not the M3, How about the GT-R. Im sure everyone bought that. Let me do a couple of laps in the M3 and see how that goes as well. Post your times too.
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Old 27th October 2008, 14:24   #184
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Here are my Suzuka timings.
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Can these updates be downloaded on the comp and installed off a USB??
If so, a link would be appreciated.
No you can't - please read earlier posts.
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Old 27th October 2008, 15:48   #186
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Did a few laps today.

Standard Mode with S2 tyres.

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Old 27th October 2008, 16:11   #187
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WOW. I'm going to need a lot of practice to come close to that.
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dont know how many of you have checked the list out
PS3's Gran Turismo 5 Complete List of Cars - Zerotohundred.com
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Btw, i am still unable to clear C segment in GT5 prolouge. Any links for cheats? i am tired of using low powered cars and having to cross the entire competition.
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Btw, i am still unable to clear C segment in GT5 prolouge. Any links for cheats? i am tired of using low powered cars and having to cross the entire competition.
i used youtube to figure out how others did it and what cars they used - but yes its very very difficult to clear!!
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i used youtube to figure out how others did it and what cars they used - but yes its very very difficult to clear!!
Hmmm, do you have a link for youtube?
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Hmmm, do you have a link for youtube?
This was a long time back, so don't have any links on me. There are seperate youtube videos for each event - just put in the name in youtube and you should see couple of results for each track/race
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Btw, i am still unable to clear C segment in GT5 prolouge. Any links for cheats? i am tired of using low powered cars and having to cross the entire competition.
Really? Practice makes perfect. The two most difficult races in that are Suzuka (that S-curve is hard) and Eiger Nord..whatever - the mountain course. Keep at it and you'll get better.

Why are you using low powered cars BTW? Do the races you've cracked a couple of times to earn enough points to buy a nice car. Me and my son have a Ferrari 599, a Corvette Z06, a Skyline GT-R Coupe (GT5 tuned), a Honda Integra Type-R, a Golf GTi and a Suzuzki Capuccino (the last three for specific races) all from racing in category C events.

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Me and my son have a Ferrari 599, a Corvette Z06, a Skyline GT-R Coupe (GT5 tuned), a Honda Integra Type-R, a Golf GTi and a Suzuzki Capuccino (the last three for specific races) all from racing in category C events.
feels so nice to hear something like that, even though we know its not real cars, just in a game I own a couple of good cars and I keep playing online to rake in enough points to buy newer cars - the only thing i am missing in my collection is the F1 car
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oh boy i havent played in about 6 months. need to start playing again.
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