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Comment by Tim on 2006-07-19 at 09:14:08:

I have Rally Shift too, and I like it. I haven't been able to make any good cars in the Rally Shift Garage yet. Maybe you should make your cars available for download, or show us the numbers you used to make them.

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Comment by ARNO on 2007-03-02 at 10:24:52:

I suggest you first to make one car mixing others cars available properties. If you like that car's way to turn... and light the chassis and in engine you add more rpm and up the engine torque one of my car reach the max (700 nm ) this are easy operations without a lot's of risks, but it's true that I have no good idea for changing tires shapes or wheel's width... Tell me if I have helped.

Bye...

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Comment by Eric on 2011-05-16 at 08:24:29:

Doubling the weights of your opponents cars using Rally Shift Garage is the simplest way to championship. Heavier cars finish after a long time so there's a limit on adding weight. Heavy cars also clank and bang while driving which can be annoying if you just groove on the Rally Shift engine roars of the race. Changing wheel radii and width can destabilize the car making it a challenge to drive to win. I'd try lightening your car by 500kg and maybe 1.5 times the weight of your opponents cars to start. But if you like to play demolition derby, the heavy cars don't budge much even from high speed head on collisions.

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Comment by OJB on 2011-05-31 at 08:34:52:

Yes changing the weight is an easy way to "fine-tune" performance without too many side effects. It's not as much fun as changing the engine power, suspension, gears, etc though!

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