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  1. E' stata appena rilasciata tramite Steam la nuova build aggiornata (v0.1.0.2823) di KartKraft, interessante simulatore di guida dedicato al mondo del karting. Inoltre al momento è possibile acquistare il software con lo sconto del 50%, a soli 8,99 euro. Questa nuova release, fra le varie migliorie e novità, porta con sè il nuovo kart modello KA100 Iame, con 22 cavalli ed un tyre model ulteriormente aggiornato con un modello termodinamico in 3D applicato al pneumatico! PEr commenti in merito correte sul forum dedicato.
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    Guida al setup nel karting

    [Parte 1] Guida al setup nel karting: cos’é un go-kart e come funziona?
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    Kart Racing Pro Beta 14 disponibile

    L'inarrestabile Piboso ha rilasciato la nuova versione Beta 14 del suo Kart Racing Pro, imperdibile simulatore dedicato al mondo del karting, arrivato proprio ieri anche sulla piattaforma Steam Greenlight. Come si legge dal lungo changelog, oltre ai consueti bugfix, troviamo anche interessanti novità in questa ultima release, come la possibilità di danneggiare l'assale (ben nota ai kartisti!) e notevoli migliorie nel comparto multiplayer, che potete provare direttamente sui nostri server dedicati. Per il download del software, in un pacchetto di 757MB, correte a questo link. Changelog: fix: dynamic track surface optimizations fix: steering geometry fix: ballast inertia fix: camber and toe setup fix: reconnection during a race fix: dedicated server pause / resume fix: exhaust smoke multiple pipes support fix: improved alpha mipmapping fix: improved 3D grass rendering fix: Unipro shift lights new: axle damage new: physics driver lean new: laps race length option new: event name new: dedicated server save option new: output plugins race data new: EdTracker support new: possibility to disable a joystick input new: steer speed sensitivity option new: replay orbit camera speed new: engine and intake paint support new: HUD lights new: terrain deformation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQgM1D7BtIo
  4. News item: http://rfactor.net/w....for-rfactor-2/ One of the most fun and least appreciated types of racing in rFactor 2 has got to be the karts. While for some this can create a whole standalone simulation, it is merely one of many vehicle types we offer to our users as a free download. If you haven’t tried them yet, be sure to give them a try with this updated version! Download here! (Requires up-to-date build of rFactor 2). Physics (both Karts) – New tires which have enabled the contact patch model for the first time. – Added new wet weather variables for tires. – Numerous AI correlation tweaks. AI warm tires quicker, wear slower and more evenly (F/R). – Reduced inertia for wheels and engine. The wheels were set conservatively due to instability, an issue which new, more accurate tires have are the result. – Reduced axle and gearbox friction to what should be a more accurate level. – Softened undertray collision points which makes the kart more realistic and controllable over tall curbs. – Fixed geometry bug that went unnoticed that was caused by a build bug fix (which was improperly defined in the previous kart release, and has been corrected for Builds 860 and newer). – Tweak to reduce some ‘hopping’ experienced in certain extreme situations. Physics Junior Kart specific – Engine engine has more low end torque. Combined with other changes, it now accelerates a lot better from standstill. Physics KartF1 specific – Increased grip to correspond better with the class of tyre this is simulating. UI – Changed category name in-sim from ‘Kart Cup’ to ‘Karts’. – Camera offset to match steering wheel. Graphics – Updated shaders – Updated textures – Minor 3D fixes The contact patch model is still not fully complete, but at a sufficient point now. It is still lacking some lateral and longitudinal variability due to temperature / pressure and the lat/long deflections are still slightly over sensitive under extreme conditions when patch is extremely small. The vertical deflections are considered accurate. We will release more details soon. There are also some setup adjustments not yet available in the UI. An update will follow. This post has been promoted to an article
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    rFactor 2: Kart by ISI v1.14

    Download here! (Requires up-to-date build of rFactor 2). Physics (both Karts) – New tires which have enabled the contact patch model for the first time. – Added new wet weather variables for tires. – Numerous AI correlation tweaks. AI warm tires quicker, wear slower and more evenly (F/R). – Reduced inertia for wheels and engine. The wheels were set conservatively due to instability, an issue which new, more accurate tires have are the result. – Reduced axle and gearbox friction to what should be a more accurate level. – Softened undertray collision points which makes the kart more realistic and controllable over tall curbs. – Fixed geometry bug that went unnoticed that was caused by a build bug fix (which was improperly defined in the previous kart release, and has been corrected for Builds 860 and newer). – Tweak to reduce some ‘hopping’ experienced in certain extreme situations. Physics Junior Kart specific – Engine engine has more low end torque. Combined with other changes, it now accelerates a lot better from standstill. Physics KartF1 specific – Increased grip to correspond better with the class of tyre this is simulating. UI – Changed category name in-sim from ‘Kart Cup’ to ‘Karts’. – Camera offset to match steering wheel. Graphics – Updated shaders – Updated textures – Minor 3D fixes The contact patch model is still not fully complete, but at a sufficient point now. It is still lacking some lateral and longitudinal variability due to temperature / pressure and the lat/long deflections are still slightly over sensitive under extreme conditions when patch is extremely small. The vertical deflections are considered accurate. We will release more details soon. There are also some setup adjustments not yet available in the UI. An update will follow.
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    Warlock porta il karting in Assetto Corsa

    In tanti sognavano la possibilità di guidare persino un go-kart in Assetto Corsa e da oggi il sogno è divenuto realtà: Warlock ha infatti rilasciato la prima versione beta del suo karting mod, che è possibile apprezzare nel video di anteprima qui sotto.
  7. Vasilis and I have been working on making a 125cc Shifter Kart for AC. The mesh is very early in it's stages, but I've been working on the physics the last few days for it. The suspension is solid, since in real life these don't even have suspensions. So all of the tuning has been put into the tires. That's where I need the most insight... Does any body have experience with these sort of karts in the real world? I'd love to ask some questions, and even have some people try the vehicle out. I've been able to get the proper dimensions and drivetrain items in place, but the tire physics have been sending me in circles. http://www.mediafire.com/download/r5pmyg8cxwp92b4/kart_V0.00000005.zip fonte AC forum
  8. Mostrati per la prima volta assieme alcuni giorni or sono, i go-kart e la pista Quebec SuperKarts per rFactor 2 sono ora ufficialmente disponibili. Assieme al mod e al tracciato è inoltre disponibile un nuovo showroom e una nuova interfaccia grafica, scaricabili dai link presenti sul nostro forum. I go-kart sono forniti in due versioni, Junior e Kart F1: la prima ha 20 cavalli e un peso di 150 Kg pilota incluso, la seconda invece 40 cavalli e un peso leggermente superiore, accoppiata anche ad un set di freni anteriori per gestire al meglio la maggiore potenza.
  9. For those unfamiliar with karting, the first thing you will notice driving one of these is just how quick the steering is. With the steering ratio approximating 1:5 (depending on setup), three times quicker than most conventional road cars, you may fall into the trap of too much steering input. Small and precise movements are best. Karts are also forced to run a locked axle, which means the inside rear tire has to be unloaded to allow the vehicle to steer properly. Significant understeer results if you fail to do so. The primary mechanism for providing a means to overcome this issue is through the front end steering geometry. Cranking the steering is usually accompanied by oversteer. A common mistake of amateurs is both applying lock too early or using excessive steering lock which can result in sudden snap oversteer. Though sometimes that might be exactly what you want! The wide sticky tires used in karting provide huge amounts of grip, able to exceed 2G’s without any downforce to speak of. The chassis is finely tuned to deal with these G-forces. Braking can be rather difficult in either category, the Junior kart, having only rear brakes, requires a constant watch for snap oversteer on account of locking rear wheels. Trail braking is of limited use, as this can lead to excessive oversteer upon corner entry, which on account of only having a single speed gearbox, with grippy tires, can bog you down right out of the power band. The ideal corner is to brake in a straight line, very limited trail braking on turn in, and then keep the kart in a shallow and consistent slide with high percentages of throttle input to ensure the engine does not bog down. The engine in junior form, provides peak power just below 9000 RPM, however still sings on song until 12000 RPM before the power curve begins to fall away sharply. You will want to make sure the engine seldom sees RPM of below 6000. In Kart F1 form, the engine produces peak torque and power at much higher RPM, peak torque is around 12000 and peak power around 13500 RPM, the curve doesn’t fall off too much until about 15500. Gearing is very important to extract the maximum performance out of your karts. We would like to express our gratitude to Skip and Joey Essma of Ess Racing for their time and effort. (Hey, sponsors, sponsor Joey).
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