Introducing Myself

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Steven Mitchell #009
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Introducing Myself

Postby Steven Mitchell #009 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 1:33 am

Hey guys , really liking this forum and the way it's laid out!. I bought this game last week (best mx game period) I've been putting some hours of practice in everyday I'm slowly getting better...The learning curve on the sim is crazy , well , providing your playing with arcade off lol. I'm managing to string laps together now still struggling a little bit won't be giving up , I'm hooked!. I'm 25 and from Scotland I'm hoping a few of you guys in here will let me practice and learn off of you's , it'd be much appreciated.

Thanks guys

Steven

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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby Clintos15 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 7:34 am

Hey Dude, Swing me a pm on the forums and we can arrange to hang out and play when ever you want dude !
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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby MxTracksScotland » Tue Mar 07, 2017 8:13 am

Steven Mitchell #009 wrote:Hey guys , really liking this forum and the way it's laid out!. I bought this game last week (best mx game period) I've been putting some hours of practice in everyday I'm slowly getting better...The learning curve on the sim is crazy , well , providing your playing with arcade off lol. I'm managing to string laps together now still struggling a little bit won't be giving up , I'm hooked!. I'm 25 and from Scotland I'm hoping a few of you guys in here will let me practice and learn off of you's , it'd be much appreciated.

Thanks guys

Steven

another fellow scot :D send me a pm bud , we will spin a couple of laps later .
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Steven Mitchell #009
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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby Steven Mitchell #009 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:31 am

Cheers for the replies guys it's appreciated. I'll be in touch for sure. Another question I have is , is there such a thing as beginner races?. I don't think I'm ready for anything more at the minute. I've been on this forum all last night downloading skins , tracks and gear loving the amount of effort the community has flung behind this.

Anyway. If anyone wants to ride just give me a pm.

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Rayvenator
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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby Rayvenator » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:45 am

Steven Mitchell #009 wrote: Another question I have is , is there such a thing as beginner races?. I don't think I'm ready for anything more at the minute.


Both rF (US) and EMF (EU) have "Novice" or "Open C" classes in their big series just for people like you who are just getting into the game.
Its a great way to start the MXS racing career :)
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Steven Mitchell #009
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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby Steven Mitchell #009 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:53 am

Rayvenator wrote:
Steven Mitchell #009 wrote: Another question I have is , is there such a thing as beginner races?. I don't think I'm ready for anything more at the minute.


Both rF (US) and EMF (EU) have "Novice" or "Open C" classes in their big series just for people like you who are just getting into the game.
Its a great way to start the MXS racing career :)


That's a lot dude , I'll be sure to check them out! I've got the day off work....I see an mxsim full day ahead haha , I'll sign up for whatever's available for the novice. Thanks again Rayvenator

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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby Bobber113 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 10:58 am

Welcome! Sent you a pm if you need any help then just ask

Steven Mitchell #009
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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby Steven Mitchell #009 » Tue Mar 07, 2017 11:14 am

Cheers Bobber , im going to try that server now.

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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby RHYSHHS » Tue Mar 07, 2017 8:35 pm

if you need any help or a server to practice on with me pm me and i could sort you out im a fellow scot
Brock1198 wrote:Can you ban me ive been quite the rascal lately and decided to jump the gate and take some one out in elsinore 01

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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby NorCal » Wed Mar 08, 2017 6:14 pm

Don't mean to "butt in" - I'm in the same boat guys. Here's a little bio where I'm at. ANY & all help to get me headed in the right direction. Thanks

Let me introduce myself - My name is Jim & I live in Chico, CA. I'm retired w/ a lot of time on my hands. I've done RC all my life & the last 10 yrs race car & flight sim. What drew me to MXS was gaming in Ride 2 & Moto GP by Piboso. I like as close to the real thing as possible & MXS looks like it can get me close to that endeavor. I've spent days lookin at your EXCELLENTLY executed Youtubes while takin notes.

All I've done so far is downloaded the game & spent around 30 hrs. practicing (no arcade). I would like to get together w/ some guys that know what they're doin & help save me some time & headaches gettin set up & going.

Have ck'd out some 250 & 450 dynos & would like to start w/ downloading some 2016 KTM models, gear & tracks. SX looks pretty intensive so thought I'd start out w/ MotoGP & MX. It's NOT my desire to be World's Champion but rather just practice w/ some folks, have fun & eventually get be competitive at the same time.

Any help & advice would be appreciated. Thank, Jim

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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby TeamHavocRacing » Wed Mar 08, 2017 7:48 pm

Go to Multiplayer in menu. If it doesn't already have elsinore.mxsimulator.com:19800 in the address, then cursor all the way to the right of the text and backspace to remove what's there and type that address for beginning level racing. Don't be surprised when people try to wreck you for no reason. It is, after all, the internet.
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Steven Mitchell #009
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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby Steven Mitchell #009 » Wed Mar 08, 2017 9:44 pm

TeamHavocRacing wrote:Go to Multiplayer in menu. If it doesn't already have elsinore.mxsimulator.com:19800 in the address, then cursor all the way to the right of the text and backspace to remove what's there and type that address for beginning level racing. Don't be surprised when people try to wreck you for no reason. It is, after all, the internet.


Cheers bud I'll be sure to give that a go!

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Re: Introducing Myself

Postby TeamHavocRacing » Wed Mar 08, 2017 10:14 pm

That's for starters. To explore the various track types, you can change just the port number from 19800 to 19801 (Outdoor Nationals) or 19803 (Supercross). Before you do that and if you don't want to be kicked from a server for not having a track that's on the server, then download all of the tracks listed for that server. Most of the links are still good. If not, look through the pages of that track release for an update/fixed track link. :wink:

http://forum.mxsimulator.com/viewtopic.php?f=1&t=1633

Also, here's a great single source for content. In the upper right of the page you'll see the various buttons for content type.

http://www.tmfactory-racing.com/
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