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InsaneFMX
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Saulnier's Estate FMX

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Well, this ain't all I got if this took a week
New lips, complex layout, hips for days. The skill ceiling has been raised.
@ me for a game of B.I.K.E.

Credits to the creators of the objects and decals and sky

https://www.mediafire.com/file/56q7q98t ... 4.rar/file
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Re: Saulnier's Estate FMX

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Man, freestyle is not my thing, but this... THIS, is a work of art. These jumps are so easy to backflip on, some of them feel like they almost do it for you lol. Great job
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Re: Saulnier's Estate FMX

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Track is live on mxslobby :19812
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Re: Saulnier's Estate FMX

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This is awesome! Normally I think the cheater traction is a bit much, but I think you used it really well in this track.
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Re: Saulnier's Estate FMX

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KTM57 wrote: Sun Mar 21, 2021 7:30 pm This is awesome! Normally I think the cheater traction is a bit much, but I think you used it really well in this track.
Hey, cheater traction is my best attempt to mimic expanded metal, I've just been too lazy to put the decals on it until now. But you are absolutely right, rd 3 was way too easy
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Re: Saulnier's Estate FMX

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I think it works fantastic for the larger jumps. I'm not going to accidentally do an extra backflip at the speed needed for a 100 footer. RD3 has a lot of slower speed stuff (especially the jumps I started building onto it) where it feels a little greasy to flip and spin so easily. I'd be lying if I said the slippery double right into the velcro quarterpipe hadn't revitalized my love for MXS.
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Re: Saulnier's Estate FMX

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KTM57 wrote: Mon Mar 22, 2021 2:50 am I think it works fantastic for the larger jumps. I'm not going to accidentally do an extra backflip at the speed needed for a 100 footer. RD3 has a lot of slower speed stuff (especially the jumps I started building onto it) where it feels a little greasy to flip and spin so easily. I'd be lying if I said the slippery double right into the velcro quarterpipe hadn't revitalized my love for MXS.
I always want the option for at least a 720 of some sort on most of my faces minus the massive ones, they don't need it. But Rd 3 is where I found that rolling the lip with the expanded traction created spin lips. They were way too easy, cool to expand the trick book but evidently boring and forceful. Every 75' ramp on this you can still double flip and cork 7, but I tried to bring the realism back here with bellied ramps and even my slid whip jumps are more tech.
That whole section from step down to pocket air pitches my tent every time I get it clean
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Re: Saulnier's Estate FMX

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Tha k you so much for this peace of awesomeness cant wait to ride it
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