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  1. okay... so loads of people are complaining about the new physics model in ets2 saying " We can't drive fast along C-D anymore! :angry: " and " the new physics model has ruined C-D "....

    just a quick idea... how about... i dont know maybe.... slowing down? .... just an idea though :mellow:

    1. FernandoCR [ESP]

      FernandoCR [ESP]

      Same as when 1.32 came out, with reduced trailer stability. People complained about "bad physics", when the reality is that what's bad is their driving.

    2. Killua  // Ireland ^_^

      Killua // Ireland ^_^

      I drove fast on C-D earlier, at 150km/h in places without any problems, the 1.33 physics do not prevent fast driving, I also tested it on EU4 (NCZ server) last night to see what it was like so I'd know and glad I did, obviously you have to slow down for corners, some more then you would have in 1.32 and the 2nd intersection on C-D nearer Duisburg you really need to slow down for even though its straight because of the bumps there if you go at high speed you will lose control and crash (happened me on EU4 last night)

       

    3. Killua  // Ireland ^_^

      Killua // Ireland ^_^

      I'm hoping SCS do not make more physics changes

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