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arczi-san Jun 27, 2013 @ 3:20pm
Bike's Setups?
I am looking, for some guide, or site with other players bike's setups on every track. Anyone found some good setups for every Motogp 13 class?
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mscullen Jun 28, 2013 @ 1:30am 
The mechanic in your team garage doesn't do a bad job in my opinion. The only thing I really change myself is the gearing ratios. The rest I leave up to him.
Walt Jun 28, 2013 @ 6:54am 
I think with this game it's more about your personal opinion. People ride in different ways so it's whatever works best for you. I myself am a rather agressive rider and like starting at the back and working my way up, so I talk to the engineer about - "Bike leans too slowly" "Bike understeers" "Bike doesn't react as fast as I'd like when changing direction" "Bike doesn't come out of corners quick enough" and "Bike isn't fast enough on the straight"

I find this results in a much more responsive bike that enables me to break later and keep on the inside at corners whilst keeping a moderate speed. This means I can overtake quite easily on the inside and then overtake a few more when I open up the throttle on the straight
arczi-san Jun 28, 2013 @ 3:02pm 
I usually ask my engineer to change gear ratio (to be faster on straights), and change faster direction. Just wanted to know if there is some site, or forum, like on F1 games from Codemasters, that you can try different setups, from different styles, different people.
Craporz Jun 28, 2013 @ 4:58pm 
dont think so the game is so new.
i use my engineer, to set suspension and stuff, then i manual fit the gears.
This way i gain about 2 sec. on one track.

In 2010/11 of MotoGP the gears was a mess from start so there you had to make change, and there was no engineer to help, there there was some on the forum posting there results, and Suzuki was the best bike at breaking.
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mscullen Jul 11, 2013 @ 3:15am 
I've found this website useful. Sometimes the advice given on that page conflicts with what the in-game mechanic suggests but I've been using it for a few races now and so far it has worked a charm.

http://aprilia.rsvmille.home.comcast.net/~aprilia.rsvmille/bikes/suspension_guide.htm
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arczi-san Jul 11, 2013 @ 12:24pm 
This site is pretty interesting. Thx, I will check it in my free time:).
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