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Author Topic:   DTR:Sprintcar chassis question
djrebel
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted October 21, 2000 01:10 AM UIN: 9495938
since my cd hasnt come yet, could anybody that has the full version send me a copy of a chassis?, so i can atleast put it into my reg DTR and play with it for a couple of days...

djrebel
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted October 21, 2000 12:38 PM UIN: 9495938
ok, thanks everbody, i finally got my cd guys and gals, so please quit sending the files,again thanks everbody for helping out, man ever need help just post it, and you will get it, and i like that...thanks again

Speedbump
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 199
posted October 21, 2000 01:12 PM
Since you are decent at swapping files, try putting N Texas into sprints....I understand it is quite humerous watching the AI cars.

djrebel
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted October 22, 2000 02:59 PM UIN: 9495938
sure, ill give it a shot as soon as i get used to what the cd has to offer first, i redid my skin, if ya want it goto my skinz page off my sprintz page and download it and all the rest of the skins that are there, after i try that track, ill let ya know how it turns out for me...

djrebel
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted October 25, 2000 07:32 AM UIN: 9495938
quote:
Originally posted by Speedbump:
Since you are decent at swapping files, try putting N Texas into sprints....I understand it is quite humerous watching the AI cars.

which one asphalt or the dirt, N Texas?

Speedbump
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 199
posted October 25, 2000 01:52 PM
the person that suggested it never said, but I assume it was the dirt N Texas.

djrebel
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 29
posted October 25, 2000 02:41 PM UIN: 9495938
well, i have ran on both dirt & the asphalt jungle and i must say, i never seen so much yellow...lol, alot of crashes, and i even tried the figure 8 tracks with the sprints and it too was comical...

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