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> IDAS5 Beginner's Guide, No clue as to what you're doing? Ask here!
Subbz
Posted: Mar 8 2011, 09:54 PM


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I was wondering, how do you do the gutter run correctly? How do you approach the gutter and what do you do once you get the tires in?
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  Posted: Mar 10 2011, 02:53 AM


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There's more than one kind of gutter.

Akina's are just sections where the car feels like it's more responsive and there's a slight resistance to get out of the gutter. As long as your tires go in and you're not banging the sidewall, you're doing it right.

Tsukuba's grippy gutters need you to just slip your tire(s) in at normal cornering speeds. The shortcut gutters need to have a speed of 85+ or so, or else you fall in.

Treat Nagao like Tsukuba's shortcuts.
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Posted: Mar 10 2011, 09:43 AM


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nice guide... I'm not a beginner anymore so, let me put some questions here. I've learned the grip style racing... actually its the only easy and safe way to drive in IDAS5 IMO. so how do we do drift then??? I tried a few times but my Drift line is out... and I spin my rear end of my 86 too much... so I've been researching on how to drift for about 3 weeks now.. I've also watched how N-Dreamroad-S (an IDAS5 Japanese racing team lol.) drift... and they are really good... here is an example video of one of the top 10 Akina DH drivers for IDAS5 in the world drive..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dOtOzeAcMI4&feature=channel_video_title

Observe how he drift... I've never been able to do that yet...
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Posted: Mar 10 2011, 11:06 AM


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QUOTE (DigiBunny @ 8 hours, 12 minutes ago)
There's more than one kind of gutter.

Akina's are just sections where the car feels like it's more responsive and there's a slight resistance to get out of the gutter. As long as your tires go in and you're not banging the sidewall, you're doing it right.

Tsukuba's grippy gutters need you to just slip your tire(s) in at normal cornering speeds. The shortcut gutters need to have a speed of 85+ or so, or else you fall in.

Treat Nagao like Tsukuba's shortcuts.

Thanks for the response. But I need a little more detail. For akina I need to know if you need to go full throttle once you hook the tires in and would you need to countersteer as well? For nagao, since the gutters are deep and can't really be hooked into what's the best way to use it as a shortcut?
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QUOTE (Subbz @ 4 hours, 39 minutes ago)
Thanks for the response. But I need a little more detail. For akina I need to know if you need to go full throttle once you hook the tires in and would you need to countersteer as well? For nagao, since the gutters are deep and can't really be hooked into what's the best way to use it as a shortcut?

Once you hook the tires, you can just floor it like normal; except on hairpins. No countersteer, no nothing. I mean it's there to increase traction anyway.

As for Nagao; speed and lining are your best friends. Just don't fall under the preset speed while over the gutters. I'm no longer sure what that speed is anymore though.

@jon
Tap the gas and countersteer hard to slide, brake into the corner to correct your speed, then accelerae out. Youtube has a specific guide uploaded.
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QUOTE (Subbz @ 9 hours, 55 minutes ago)
Thanks for the response. But I need a little more detail. For akina I need to know if you need to go full throttle once you hook the tires in and would you need to countersteer as well? For nagao, since the gutters are deep and can't really be hooked into what's the best way to use it as a shortcut?

if im not wrong for Nagao and Tsukuba gutters,
you cannot fall below 84kmph, that's the borderline for getting into the gutters
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QUOTE (DigiBunny @ Yesterday, 3:45 PM)
@jon
Tap the gas and countersteer hard to slide, brake into the corner to correct your speed, then accelerae out. Youtube has a specific guide uploaded.

Link for the specific guide uploaded???
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Posted: Mar 12 2011, 12:33 PM


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Thanks for the tips. I also noticed that my tire wear gets really bad towards the end of naval uh. After a couple of tries I was able to figure out how to conserve my tires. Man I'm really liking what they did to this game. It's a lot more realistic compared to 3 smile.gif.
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Posted: Mar 20 2011, 08:46 AM


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one simple question, i've been playing ID for quite some time. but i only recently started looking at forums and so.. WHAT is "boost"?!
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Please look at the front page video for total beginners to see what boost is.

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THE pic don't show up`
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Posted: Aug 5 2012, 04:12 PM


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this may seem like a stupid question but how do you change your avatar? i just started playing maybe a month ago and i have never got to change it.
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QUOTE (imprezagc8 @ Aug 5 2012, 04:12 PM)
this may seem like a stupid question but how do you change your avatar? i just started playing maybe a month ago and i have never got to change it.

rolleyes.gif I think this is not a stupid question.. i'm facing with this puzzle when i start play IDAS5 a year later. Actually we can't change any avatar or Level if your arcade machine in level 1.1. Or if your arcade machine not in online . So forget it to change you avatar or increase you level. facepalm.gif facepalm.gif
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so only 1.2 you change your avatar?
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Posted: Aug 15 2012, 09:30 AM


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As far as I know, the version that allows you to change your avatar offline is with version JPN 2.0 or EXP 2.0. I think anything less requires you to play online for that to happen. Tuning in version 2.0 is also ALOT faster and cheaper.

When IDAS5 was dominant in my place, they were only around 2 arcades that has EXP 2.0 machines. The rest stuck with 1.0, I guess it was too expensive to buy a new one. Fortunately updating IDAS6 versions is a lot easier.

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