I was a MASSIVE fan of the earlier NAGT builds, loved them. But over the past few builds it seems to have lost some of its "charm". I will try to explain, but it is hard to put a finger on it.
One thing I have noticed the first thing anyone does now is just drop them on their butts, max out the front camber and lighten up the suspension....that seems to be the charm.
And this means as you race around tracks the continual sparks out the back of the car(s) in front seem to highlight what is happening and detract from the overal experience.
In fact that was how I figured out how cars where so much quicker than me. When I saw the sparks I dropped the right height to minimums and my times dropped as well.
I also got sent some setups that I can only describe as NASCAR setups...so asymetrical is was scarey. And they where FAST...with no real penalties to tire wear, heat or handling. MAYBE one corner had to be taken differently on the asymetrical setup compared to normal.
Now, is this a "bug". No, I think it is more "direction of mod" or "decsision on physics" and that is cool. But it certainly lost me as a fan.
Personally I will trade off "overal feel" for a fraction of "realistic setup principles" anyday, but that is just me.
So my feedback is just that, not saying the mod is wrong, but its direction lost me as a fan for fun.
If more work went into penalties for bottoming out (friction etc), camber trade off (increase grip up to a point, after that it should at LEAST be harder to brake) and someway to make it so massively asymetrical setups and overly soft setups would offer a penalty with the advantage gained.
Looking forward to future builds, but yeh, the Charm has been lost.......
I really did not want to post this as I believe The Pits do the best job in modding (they are a top 3 group in my eyes) and I feel it was a direction choice, again that is totally cool, but miss my NAGT action.....I found alternatives, but they didnt contain a Mustang