I play at Megamall, SM Manila or SM San Lazaro..
Do u know "Wolf"/"DamienWolf" by any chance?
The stronger the aura, the more of a boost u get.
true...Whatever car u get, there will be some other car that has an advantage on a certain course over your car
most of time, difference in skill can negate can that advantage., so its not just about skill, but how much of an advantage u have over the other person.
the difference in tunes (spoiler, rims and etc) are so insignificant, any tunes can achieve similar times.The other upgrade, different spoilers, rims etc.....actually change the way ur car drives.
most of times, tunes are just for aesthetics. so just pick whatever looks good for you.THe biggest spoilers usally keep ur car on the road more, such as in the rain where u slide too much. The gold rims do the same. The smaller spoiler gives u more accerlation, and the one inbetween is just as it is, a middle points between the two.
ok, nothing wrong with this opinion.Also, in my opinion, STAY WITH ONE CAR!!
no, battle lvl, racer lvl, and aura have nothing to do with performance.you still get battle lvls, racer lvls that make ur car faster waaaay after you finished upgrading it. The auras also make u go faster. The stronger the aura, the more of a boost u get.
most likely, that was boost on battle.If u dont believe me, drive a car with a aura other then blue, then drive the same car that is upgraded without the aura. I had a friend with a rainbow aura cause he cheated and would race on the other machine and let himself win. WHen i raced him, i would catch up to him on every turn, but i couldnt pass him cause he would just block then after awhile his car picks the speed back up that he lost. I could tell it was his driving too cause i could see the line he was using, and he was riding in the middle of the lane on every turn.
kinda true...So STAY WIT ONE CAR!! you might lose on certain courses, but use that to ur advantage.
how your weakness can be your advantage by practice???Practice that one course over and over till u got it down. Then ur weakness is ur advantage..
3'06?? quite OK, but still can be improved a lot...in a matter of speaking. I drive a S2000 and i know ill never get below 3 mins, though my shortest time was 3:06, i need to figure a way to go through the turns that i slow down on. I used to get 3:12 and higher all the time, but its about practice.
well, trueno is not good battle car since it's 2nd slowest in terms of start-up, meanwhile s2000 is 6gear so it's faster than any 5gear car, but it's slowest startup for 6gear though.Now, i beat treunos on the downhill. How u ask since i cant seem to beat their time? Easy, i pull into the lead cause of my 6 speed, then take a different line the what the normal treuno driver would use to throw him off. You'd be surprised how well this works. cause once they slow down on a turn, that loses enough time to where u can still beat them.
ok idea, but just remember there's car limitation, you will really have a hard time on wet condition and some course (eg. tsuchisaka) with s2000.So just stay with one car, and get good on EVERY course so u never loose.
correct, in fact evo3 currently is the best car on akagi uphill dry and 3rd best car on akagi downhill dryevo3 CE9A...
- good in akagi, both downhill and uphill (personally i think it's better than an FC/FD on the uphill)
incorrect, evo3 ranked below average on akina (ranked around 20th for both downhill and uphill) and even worse on happo (ranked around 30th for both ways), it's performance in shomaru is no difference than akina (again, ranked about 20th for boty ways- not bad on akina (gc8v is better on uphill), happo and shomaru
quite true, but evo5 is better on iro and evo4 is waaaaay better.- very nice on iro
on usui... not really....- quite slippery on usui and tsuchisaka