BRAKING HELP

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BRAKING HELP

Postby Delusive » Tue Jan 10, 2012 12:37 am

When I'm racing supercross I tend to go over the berms because I can't loose speed how should set my brakes for supercross
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Re: BRAKING HELP

Postby BryanCollier » Thu Jan 12, 2012 3:19 am

I have my front brake set as the Left Trigger on my controller and the rear brake set as the X button on a PS3 controller, or A button on an Xbox controller.
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Re: BRAKING HELP

Postby DJ99X » Thu Jan 12, 2012 3:21 am

Crank the braking torque right up. Don't try to go so fast
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Re: BRAKING HELP

Postby poidog808 » Thu Jan 12, 2012 7:10 pm

Delusive wrote:When I'm racing supercross I tend to go over the berms because I can't loose speed how should set my brakes for supercross


Ive been doing allot of "riding" online and forcing myself to get faster, thus learning to brake is critical. Learn the track, you'll find points to help braking. like ex: singles before the turn, leaning back and breaking while landing, and dont be afraid to get right back on the gas. the best results Ive had thus far is using the flow of the track ex: instead of triple triple, try triple double single, and brake on the face of the single. as you get more comfortable you will get faster and go bigger. Ive manage to shave about 15secs of my normal time, and I currently sit between 20-30 secs off pace of the fast riders. (used to be a lot worse lol)
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