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Casing stuff

Posted: Fri Sep 11, 2020 8:34 pm
by xd_gangster69
Alright so I feel that it is way to easy to be ejected off the bike and cartwheel across the country if you land like a millimetre from the tip of the landing. Countless times I will hit a jump perfect but will still get ejected if I'm off by like a hair. The other day I jumped onto a super cross table top out of the corner and got ejected. I landed on top like a normal person but still just got launched like a damn missile. this could be my issue but idk I still think it should be so easy to get ejected for the smallest stuff

Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Sat Sep 12, 2020 1:47 am
by uair
Get better suspension

Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 1:42 am
by KaseoDip
Oh. You mean like this?

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Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 4:16 am
by xd_gangster69
KaseoDip wrote:Oh. You mean like this?

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yep

Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Sun Sep 13, 2020 7:21 am
by Jrife548
post for seth

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Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2020 2:28 am
by Jack175
Lean forward and sit when you land. It might depend on your suspension but it works great for me

Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2020 7:55 pm
by Wahlamt
Jack175 wrote:Lean forward and sit when you land. It might depend on your suspension but it works great for me

Same

Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2020 5:37 am
by sloas
turn your weight distribution up.

Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Tue Sep 22, 2020 3:47 pm
by motokid499
There's lots of things you can do as a player to avoid random falloffs, but we shouldn't have to do that. Point is, the inconsistant in JLV's method to calculate when a rider should have a falloff is just unnacceptable imo. If it was consistant, I wouldn't have a problem with getting legs off from small launches. There needs to be a better way to make the calculation of what entails a falloff and what doesn't. Sometimes I'll launch shit 400 feet and land terribly yet I won't get a falloff, other times you land absolutely perfect and get blown off the bike. You can't make this shit up, proof is in the gifs.

Re: Casing stuff

Posted: Wed Sep 23, 2020 1:28 am
by jlv
It's actually very consistent. It's triggered by force and the relative velocity between the rider and bike. (Around 2015 I also made it less sensitive when falling less than 5 feet.) The problem is some things that look small create more force than you expect. So it's a balancing act to keep it from throwing you on small stuff while still making it throw you when you case something big. You make that point yourself when you say you can take unrealistically big hits. I can either raise the limit or lower it but I can't do both at once.

Something to keep in mind is "lean back" makes the rider push on the bars. If you do that while the front wheel is dropping it will create a large force when the rider hits the stop.