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    RSR-Randle Sim Racing


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    Join date : 2013-05-21

    RSR-Randle Sim Racing

    Post by Daveybird on Tue May 21, 2013 9:44 pm

    Hey, this is DaveyBird (DaveyLM16), and a few months ago, I launched a site called RSR-Randle Sim Racing. rsrdirtsim.webs.com. You'll find lots of mods and tracks that I made. Mostly dirt mods, but also a few asphalt ones, like the RSR ProCup and Late Model Stock Cars.

    We also have SLM Heat DX, an updated version of SlinginDirt's SLM Heat, with updated physics and AI. Make sure to download updates to the mods once they become available.

    I also make tracks (kinda). I modify the GRFs of mostly DRT tracks, especially turning them into dirt ovals from Indiana.

    I've got a feeling you guys over at Revolutionary Racing like pavement better. No problem, the RSR Late Model Stock Cars and Pro Cup might be right up your alley!

    The RSR Pro Cup uses the original NASCAR Heat body, locked with the Ford rear end, and is our ARCA/K&N Pro-type mod, except they have 900+ HP. If you wanna make skins for them, you can use the NASCAR Heat Racing League NBS template like I did.

    The RSR Short Trackers Series (STS) Late Model Stock Cars use an edited original NASCAR Heat chassis, which is made wider, lower to the ground, and comes in four different chassis with different roll cage colors, and has HP and torque to be similar to the actual asphalt late model stock cars.

    Well, I hope you come visit our site, you might like what's over there!

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