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vdrift review
08-01-2006, 06:54 PM
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vdrift review
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08-01-2006, 07:18 PM
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I saw this a few days ago when people started following his link to our site. I'm happy that people are reviewing VDrift and liking it. However there are some factual errors in the review. I'll see if you guys can pick them out.
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08-02-2006, 04:50 PM
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Yeah really cool to read a review. Altough the sentence: "The cars themselves are typically European builds" got me thinking about building some American cars Wink
Oke here come the mistakes Smile
1: There is no Gas pump at which you can refuel Smile
2: Joining a server? Where, tell me so I can join 2 Smile

Anyway it's very nice that somebody takes the time to create a review of Vdrift. That way it will get more attention.

1 thing in his story is absolutely not a mistake: "this is one of the best open source efforts I've seen in a while" Smile

Goodnight all, I'm off to build some "American" cars hehe.
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08-02-2006, 08:57 PM
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kcid Wrote:Goodnight all, I'm off to build some "American" cars hehe.
We need a few more American cars, at least some non-Fords. I think even more though, we need more Japanese cars. We have the fewest of those...
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08-02-2006, 10:02 PM
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thelusiv Wrote:
kcid Wrote:Goodnight all, I'm off to build some "American" cars hehe.
We need a few more American cars, at least some non-Fords. I think even more though, we need more Japanese cars. We have the fewest of those...

saleen S7R that american (BMW motor) right?
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08-03-2006, 01:48 PM
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Which American and Japanese cars are the most popular? Do you guys mean like mitshubishi's and toyota's? And Chevy's and.... I'm european so please give me some names of some nice American/Japanese cars.
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08-03-2006, 02:51 PM
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Alright here's a few good RWD Japanese models:
Nissan: 350Z, 300ZX, 240SX, 280ZX, Skyline
Acura: NSX
Toyota: MR-2, Supra, Trueno (I know we have the Levin, but a real AE86 would be cool too Smile )
Lexus: RWD ISxxx models, SCxxx
Mazda: RX-7, RX-8, Miata
Mitsubishi: 3000GT
Speed Racer's Mach 5

and a few RWD American models:
GM: Corvette, Camaro/Firebird/TransAm, El Camino
Saturn: Sky
Dodge: Viper, Charger, Dart
Ford: we have plenty already Smile
General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard
The Batmobile

Now for FWD/AWD cars, here are a few more ideas:
Acura Integra GS-R/Type R, Honda Civic Si/Type R, Nissan Sentra SE-R, Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T or GS-X, Ford Focus Rally, Mazda MX-3 V6, Honda CRX Si, Subaru WRX, Mitsibishi Lancer Evolution VII/VIII/IX

Let me know if you want to know specifics on any of those.
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08-03-2006, 11:29 PM
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I agree with thelusiv's japanese car list.

For american cars, I want to emphasize the corvette -- we totally need one. Also, having a viper and cadillac sts would be nice.

For european cars, I think we could use a new porsche and an audi.
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08-03-2006, 11:29 PM
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I agree with thelusiv's japanese car list.

For american cars, I want to emphasize the corvette -- we totally need one. Also, having a viper and cadillac sts would be nice.

For european cars, I think we could use a new porsche and an audi.
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08-04-2006, 12:27 AM
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Quote:Nissan: 350Z, 300ZX, 240SX, 280ZX, Skyline
+280Z

exotic/historic: 917, 917-10, 917-15,
Quote:Dodge: Viper, Charger, Dart
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Quote:General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard
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Just a thougt, I'm trying to get involved, but probably not in graphics.
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08-04-2006, 12:27 AM
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Quote:Nissan: 350Z, 300ZX, 240SX, 280ZX, Skyline
+280Z

exotic/historic: 917, 917-10, 917-15,
Quote:Dodge: Viper, Charger, Dart
Smile
Quote:General Lee from Dukes of Hazzard
Big Grin
Just a thougt, I'm trying to get involved, but probably not in graphics.
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08-04-2006, 06:00 PM
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joevenzon Wrote:I agree with thelusiv's japanese car list.

For american cars, I want to emphasize the corvette -- we totally need one. Also, having a viper and cadillac sts would be nice.

For european cars, I think we could use a new porsche and an audi.

Look into SVN Joe, there's a present for you called Z06 Smile thats short for a Corvette Z06
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08-04-2006, 06:00 PM
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joevenzon Wrote:I agree with thelusiv's japanese car list.

For american cars, I want to emphasize the corvette -- we totally need one. Also, having a viper and cadillac sts would be nice.

For european cars, I think we could use a new porsche and an audi.

Look into SVN Joe, there's a present for you called Z06 Smile thats short for a Corvette Z06
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08-05-2006, 12:04 AM
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kcid Wrote:Look into SVN Joe, there's a present for you called Z06 Smile thats short for a Corvette Z06
Very nice, a C5 Z06! I knew you could come up with something nice. Smile Thanks
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08-05-2006, 12:04 AM
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kcid Wrote:Look into SVN Joe, there's a present for you called Z06 Smile thats short for a Corvette Z06
Very nice, a C5 Z06! I knew you could come up with something nice. Smile Thanks
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