A Noob in the Demo

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A Noob in the Demo

Postby Mook » Tue May 22, 2018 8:16 pm

Hey guys,
I'm just looking for suggestions on what would be best to spend my time doing in the demo. I plan to buy the full game in a few when I get some more money, but until then, I'm getting started on the demo. What would be best for me to be doing until I am able to purchase the full game? Also, any links to the best YouTube help videos would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! :D

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby jushu32 » Wed May 23, 2018 2:34 pm

Supercross helps a lot with overall rider skill, so I would recommend riding that one, and check if anyone's riding the multiplayer server, and try to race them if you feel up to it.

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby jmayo_2 » Wed May 23, 2018 7:43 pm

jushu32 wrote:Supercross helps a lot with overall rider skill, so I would recommend riding that one, and check if anyone's riding the multiplayer server, and try to race them if you feel up to it.

He has the demo. No way to play online with the demo
TH_722 wrote:James always knows how to change the angle of my dangle.

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby jushu32 » Wed May 23, 2018 8:12 pm

jmayo_2 wrote:
jushu32 wrote:Supercross helps a lot with overall rider skill, so I would recommend riding that one, and check if anyone's riding the multiplayer server, and try to race them if you feel up to it.

He has the demo. No way to play online with the demo

yes he can, the demo has its own server for those 3 tracks.

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby dawsonsleeper » Wed May 23, 2018 10:43 pm

jmayo_2 wrote:
jushu32 wrote:Supercross helps a lot with overall rider skill, so I would recommend riding that one, and check if anyone's riding the multiplayer server, and try to race them if you feel up to it.

He has the demo. No way to play online with the demo

yes, there is a demo server with the 3 tracks.

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby jmayo_2 » Wed May 23, 2018 10:50 pm

dawsonsleeper wrote:
jmayo_2 wrote:
jushu32 wrote:Supercross helps a lot with overall rider skill, so I would recommend riding that one, and check if anyone's riding the multiplayer server, and try to race them if you feel up to it.

He has the demo. No way to play online with the demo

yes, there is a demo server with the 3 tracks.

Huh, never knew that. Learn something new every day I guess
TH_722 wrote:James always knows how to change the angle of my dangle.

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby dawsonsleeper » Wed May 23, 2018 11:14 pm

jmayo_2 wrote:
dawsonsleeper wrote:
jmayo_2 wrote:He has the demo. No way to play online with the demo

yes, there is a demo server with the 3 tracks.

Huh, never knew that. Learn something new every day I guess

yeah, I only found out when I would go play with my friends who were trying it out before they bought it, clicked on multiplayer just for fun and there was a server typed in so i connected and it was a real server

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby TeamHavocRacing » Fri May 25, 2018 11:55 pm

I'd say the first thing you should do is work on getting the stability setting below 20 or even 10 and get used to it that way for more freedom of movement. Also use manual shifting and set stop wheelies and endo's to no. After that it's getting your suspension stiff enough to keep from bottoming out and having legs off crashes as often. The rest is learning technique and track layout.

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby MotoGoon31 » Mon May 28, 2018 10:27 pm

ride a cr125 (slowest & only 5 gears) at stock gearing on the outdoor track until you get better with gears & throttle control
Whether you think you can or you can't; your probably right. - Henry Ford

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby m4x70 » Thu Jun 07, 2018 3:51 am

dawsonsleeper wrote:
jmayo_2 wrote:
jushu32 wrote:Supercross helps a lot with overall rider skill, so I would recommend riding that one, and check if anyone's riding the multiplayer server, and try to race them if you feel up to it.

He has the demo. No way to play online with the demo

yes, there is a demo server with the 3 tracks.

Does anyone play on it though?

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Re: A Noob in the Demo

Postby jushu32 » Fri Jun 08, 2018 7:27 am

m4x70 wrote:
dawsonsleeper wrote:
jmayo_2 wrote:He has the demo. No way to play online with the demo

yes, there is a demo server with the 3 tracks.

Does anyone play on it though?

Yeah, I've seen people playing it


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