MX Simulator Help Website - UPDATED 6/17/2015

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Re: MX Simulator Help Website

Postby Holt_619 » Sun Jan 11, 2015 11:17 pm

YamRider411 wrote:Hi guys, I'm a total noob, only had the game about a week so, I checked this out and it looks great. I do have a question though, it seems that no matter what I do to the setup I can't get rid of the "ice skate" feeling in the front end. Every time i go around a corner, especially a flat one, I feel like the bike is on ice. About half the time I end up washing out the front end.

I have watched some guys ride, even watched one of the live supercross races, which is what sold me on the game, and they look like it is no problem. You see guys plant the bike and even jump a bit crooked coming out of a corner. I know that this game takes a long time to get used to but it seems like I have to be doing something wrong.

Thanks for your help!

It really is that hard to be honest. I couldn't even go in a straight line for a couple weeks. I'm not great at setups, but I know turning up max dab speed helped me a lot with stability in corners. It can take months/years to do the kind of things the fast guys do though.

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Re: MX Simulator Help Website

Postby YamRider411 » Mon Jan 12, 2015 1:41 am

Holt_619 wrote:
YamRider411 wrote:Hi guys, I'm a total noob, only had the game about a week so, I checked this out and it looks great. I do have a question though, it seems that no matter what I do to the setup I can't get rid of the "ice skate" feeling in the front end. Every time i go around a corner, especially a flat one, I feel like the bike is on ice. About half the time I end up washing out the front end.

I have watched some guys ride, even watched one of the live supercross races, which is what sold me on the game, and they look like it is no problem. You see guys plant the bike and even jump a bit crooked coming out of a corner. I know that this game takes a long time to get used to but it seems like I have to be doing something wrong.

Thanks for your help!

It really is that hard to be honest. I couldn't even go in a straight line for a couple weeks. I'm not great at setups, but I know turning up max dab speed helped me a lot with stability in corners. It can take months/years to do the kind of things the fast guys do though.


Thanks for the response, I'll give it a try. One thing I have done is change the Rider Mass Distribution. I had it at .48 from a setup I found on here and now it is at .38 and the bike corners a lot better. I even found that it jumps more level too. I'll play with the Max Dab Speed and see if that makes it any better.

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Re: MX Simulator Help Website - UPDATED 6/17/2015

Postby Holt_619 » Wed Jun 17, 2015 9:48 pm

I have completely redesigned the website and added some new features. Check the original post for all the information.

Take note that the website is now self-contained at:

mxshelp.com

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Re: MX Simulator Help Website - UPDATED 6/17/2015

Postby dirtrider56 » Sat Dec 09, 2017 6:16 pm

Hey the website is not working


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