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> TIPS, Looking for help here
wilbertoJM
  Posted: May 23 2013, 02:11 AM


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so ive been running the akina downhill and cant seem to really improve my time so far im stuck on 3'05 get that at least every run and i cant really find a way to improve my times. ive seen a few replays on the leaderboards but i couldnt get any useful info out of them.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=85aF7ZVtBko&feature=youtu.be

a first person view would of been a better. but if anyone could help that'll be awesome shifty2.gif shifty2.gif shifty2.gif shifty2.gif shifty2.gif shifty2.gif

This post has been edited by wilbertoJM on May 23 2013, 02:11 AM
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no help from me here but I will say, that looked awesome, thats how the anime should look!
wilbertoJM
  Posted: May 23 2013, 08:37 PM


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QUOTE (thestreetzking @ Today, 5:26 AM)
no help from me here but I will say, that looked awesome, thats how the anime should look!

thanks !
divinity Jy
Posted: May 23 2013, 11:05 PM


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You have to be very aware of what speeds you brake to during the corners and you have to accelerate exactly at the right speed. When you watch the leaderboard replays, remember to look at their exit speeds for every corner.
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I'd take a look at Wolf's guide in the IDAS4 section. He has a comprehensive guide for running sub 3 times on Akina DH. The games are practically the same so the stuff he describes should work.

But if you're trying to push for better times, general tips would be:

1. Brake points: Figure out and memorize where to brake. Try to find the optimal spot to begin braking. If you brake too early and you'll have to hold the brake down longer than necessary. Brake too late you'll oversteer on exit.

2. Line - Sloppy line = bad times. Tighten your lines and try to find ways to shorten your overall travel distance without compromising your speed.

3. Steering: Steer/counter steer quickly to avoid losing too much speed when turning.
wilbertoJM
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QUOTE (icedagger @ 8 hours, 43 minutes ago)
I'd take a look at Wolf's guide in the IDAS4 section. He has a comprehensive guide for running sub 3 times on Akina DH. The games are practically the same so the stuff he describes should work.

But if you're trying to push for better times, general tips would be:

1. Brake points: Figure out and memorize where to brake. Try to find the optimal spot to begin braking. If you brake too early and you'll have to hold the brake down longer than necessary. Brake too late you'll oversteer on exit.

2. Line - Sloppy line = bad times. Tighten your lines and try to find ways to shorten your overall travel distance without compromising your speed.

3. Steering: Steer/counter steer quickly to avoid losing too much speed when turning.

thanks this actually helped. ive been beating my time little by little.


http://youtu.be/Yyv8TNqFSRY check it out. thanks ! whistling.gif smile.gif