jlv wrote:ryanmx25 wrote:@Jlv
Does erode take impact force as a variable as to how much to erode? So when the bike is loading/compressing at the bottom of the face, it is with a greater impact force than when it's unloading at the top of the jump causing it to erode more, or am I wrong ?
It ignores the Y component of the force. The X and Z components affect how far the outer radius is displaced. The inner radius doesn't care about the force.
Is it possible that the ground from the bottom of the face is being pushed up the face as you hit it, causing them to become steeper ?