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#226 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 8:23:36 AM(UTC)
I can tell you right away that if there isn't lobbies without homologation this will be the worst selling Forza ever. If people wanted to be restricted this hard they would buy a PlayStation 4 and get Gran Turismo. I hope they do right by their fans and at least offer a normal Forza experience or at least restrict the homologation to competitive lobby's.
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#227 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 8:24:13 AM(UTC)
So I want to race with the 2017 Camaro ZL1 in singleplayer. When you buy it, it has a 667 rating. But because the car is limited to the Sport Tourings homologation you have to use sport tyres, which brings the car to 689, way above the allowed 675. Now you can try whatever you want, you can't bring the car down to 675 with custom tuning. The only way is using the premade homologation which magically brings it down to 675 with sport tyres, but just try that for yourself. The car can't brake anymore, it is acceleration slow as hell, so you have absolute no chance to win against not-easy AI.

Great system, Turn10. So you actually can't use the car in singleplayer at all because of homologation rules. And I can't even buy the basic 2016 Camaro SS and mod it, because it's locked behind a RNG wall... Just let me build my own rules for the open league part, tuning makes absolutely no sense anymore since you can't drive a car in multiple classes...
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#228 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 8:44:57 AM(UTC)
I read that you could add weight and also reduce hp with a restrictor plate... guess that isn't so?
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#229 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 9:06:11 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: SHTS WEAK BRAH Go to Quoted Post
I bought this game almost entirely for the single player aspect. That aspect is destroyed by homologation for me. The freedom to build a car from the ground up, tune, and move through the ranks was my favorite part of the forza series. I can understand homologation in the online/leaderboard scene, but don't destroy the fun of career mode with such a stupid and limiting "feature". This may be a complete oversight by T10, but I fear it's a money grab put in place to push people towards loot car crates instead of grinding to buy all the cars they need to fit into these race categories.

I really hope they can turn this into an ON/OFF "feature" and soon. I'm obviously not the only one upset, would making a petition for this option be worthwhile? How can we get them to fix this fundamental flaw?


I also feel that the forced homologation really removes much of the upgrading/tuning side of the game. For me, this was the most important part of the game.

I think the homologation is great - as an addition, not as a replacement fro classes. Now, cars can barely be upgraded, or if you do go outside your homologation with upgrades, you can't race them anywhere but a freeplay race. Where are the rivals?

Mod Edit - Profanity removed
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#230 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 10:02:18 AM(UTC)
Looks like a lot of people struggle with building cars that fit the homologation restrictions, particularly when your bone stock car goes beyond the PI limit as soon as you fit in the division's relevant tires.

You should be able to find an engine "upgrade" called Homologation Restrictor Plate or something similar that reduces horsepower. You try that, the appropriate tires, then see what else you can stuff your car with.

Edited by user Sunday, October 1, 2017 10:03:48 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#231 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 11:01:44 AM(UTC)
Muscle Cars in 'A' Class
Why am I not allowed to do this in any mode? I don't understand why T10 doesn't want me to have fun.

Edited by user Sunday, October 1, 2017 11:03:16 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#232 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 11:22:57 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: BabySeal363 Go to Quoted Post
Looks like a lot of people struggle with building cars that fit the homologation restrictions, particularly when your bone stock car goes beyond the PI limit as soon as you fit in the division's relevant tires.

You should be able to find an engine "upgrade" called Homologation Restrictor Plate or something similar that reduces horsepower. You try that, the appropriate tires, then see what else you can stuff your car with.

Maybe this makes sense. But still the car is absolutely useless, because it can't drive without the power reduction in the campaign because of homologation restrictions. I always had fun in Forza building up my cars to compete in high classes. The new restrictions make the whole tuning nearly useless
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#233 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 11:23:11 AM(UTC)
Hi, I'm playing forza 7 in xbox one fat. and the game does not let me homologate the cars manually when I leave a car of class c nonrequisitos requests but with the parts of my preference it does not accept and does not release me for the races. only release me if you make automatic homologation very frustrating it.

the interior of the cars in third person game are very ugly looks only the shapes of the interior without details and refinement much lower than the Forza 6. I am sad I am very fan of the franchise and expected much more of the game this is my third Forza that I buy edition VIP
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#234 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 11:38:26 AM(UTC)
I played again today... Not fun. After dozens of crashes and ALT+F4(due to the infinite save), I just sucked it up and tried to play career. I found a championship that claims to be "open" to any car class and that will adjust A.I drivers according to my car choice. NOPE! still won't let me drive some of my cars because they are in "disadvantage" and need to be "homologated." Yet other cars I can drive and tune without problems. So what's the point?

During Free Run, even when limiting to a specific class (in this case, I chose Luxury Sports since I wanted to drive my E60 M5 against equivalents), there were KTM's, Impreza's, Catherhams and other cars that I am sure are not in the Luxury Sports division/class/type (whatever it's called). So yeah, even that is broken.

I am so trying to love this game, just for the fact that I spent 100 bucks on it. It is such a task just to play it.
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#235 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 5:03:14 PM(UTC)
I found a problem with Homologation. The 2017 Camaro ZL1 starts at 667 and when I try to race with it in campaign it says I must holologate it. I tried doing the upgrades myself to be at the 675 PI but it won’t accept my work. Instead the only way i can race with it is if I let the computer Homologate it. This has turned out to be a major problem because it does an engine swap so I can’t even race with the 6.2 liter engine it comes with. This has bummed me out because I canmt even use the natural ZL1 in the campaign.

Is it possible for this to be addressed or will I just have to come to terms with never getting to use the regular 2017 ZL1 in the campaign?
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#236 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 5:45:40 PM(UTC)
I'm not sure how homologation fixes any kind of leaderboard car issue. I don't really think there is anyway to fix that issue. The best racers are always going to figure out which cars are fastest and use them.

I'll know more Tuesday(or I guess Wednesday by the time it installs) when I pick up the standard edition. I can stomach losing $60 better than I can $100(if they choose to leave the game broke). However, I'm betting that they are going to have to do some serious tweaking to this system.

Edited by user Sunday, October 1, 2017 5:48:51 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#237 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 6:07:03 PM(UTC)
Am I the only one that recognized that the horsepower ratings are either jacked up or too low? The focus rs only has 300 hp and other cars that should have like 150hp have like 280hp now. This is insanely inaccurate. I compared figures from FM6 to FM7 and they get the exact same drag and lap times as the FM6 counterparts that have 100 less horsepower. Why did they jack up the horsepower figures like this? These inaccuracies really irk me. I can send a list of all the cars with inaccurate info but it would be 95% of the cars. Some examples however, I will list below. Did they pull these new figures out of their asses? And no these are not Forza Edition cars:

Acura RSX: rated at 275hp when it should be 200hp
Alfa Romeo 8C: rated at 614hp when it should be 450hp!!!!!!
Hennessey Venom rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,200hp!!!!!
2017 Focus RS rated at 300hp when it should be 350hp!!
2017 Raptor Race Truck rated at 694hp when it should be 450hp
2017 Acura NSX rated at 586hp when it should be 573hp
Abarth Fiat 131 rated at 250hp when it should be 140hp!!
Alfa Romeo 4C rated at 306hp when it should be 237hp
BMW M4 rated at 497hp when it should be 425hp
2009 BMW M5 rated at 561hp when it should be 500hp
Bugatti Veyron SS rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,183hp!!!!
2016 Camaro SS rated at 496hp when it should be 455hp
2014 Chevy SS rated at 515hp when it should be 415hp!!
1988 Monte Carlo SS rated at 317hp when it should be 180hp!!!!!
Chrysler 300C rated at 560hp when it should be 470hp!!!!
Challenger/Charger Hellcat rated at 650hp when it should be 707hp!!!
Ferrari FXX K rated at 792hp when it should be 1,036hp!!!!!!
2015 Mustang GT rated at 538hp when it should be 420hp!!!! (That's the GT350's power rating!!)
2016 Civic Type R rated at 283hp when it should be 306hp
2014 Civic Si rated at 271hp when it should be 205hp
Honda NSX rated at 400hp when it should be 276hp!!!!
Hummer H1 rated at 579hp when it should be 300hp!!!!
Infinit G37 rated at 540hp when it should be 348hp!!!
Koenigsegg Agera rated at 995hp when it should be 940hp
Koenigsegg One:1 rated at 844hp when it should be 1,241!!!!!! (They rated it lower than the Agera for christ sake! **** happened there????)
Koenigsegg Regera rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,500hp!!!!!
Lambo Huracan rated at 584hp when it should be 602-610hp
McLaren P1 GTR rated at 803hp when it should be 986hp!!!!
Mercedes-AMG GTS rated at 639hp when it should be 503hp (They actually got the Fast & Furious one correct at 503hp!! Were they drunk when they made this game???)
Nissan 370Z rated at 441hp when it should be 332hp!!
R34 GT-R rated at 359hp when it should be around 320hp!
R33 GT-R rated at 392hp when it should be in the high 200s, like 290ish. (You seriously rated it higher than the R34?? The hell?)
1994 Fairlady Z rated at 499hp when it should be 300hp!!!!
Nissan 240SX rated at 255hp when it should be 155hp!!
Noble M600 rated at 543hp when it should be 650hp!!
Pagani Huayra rated at 812hp when it should be 700hp!!
Huayra BC rated at 762hp when it should be 740hp! (You rated a regular huayra higher than the BC? Reasoning for this?)
Porsche 918 rated at 915hp when it should be 987hp!!!
Volvo S60 Polestar rated at 417hp when it should be around 350hp
Volvo V60 Polestar rated at 479hp when it should be the Same as the S60!!


There are relatively very few cars in this game that have correct statistics. What is the reasoning for this? The funny thing is most of the cars perform exactly the same as they did in previous games, so the different power ratings are basically useless. Why were these figures changed without the performance to back them up? Or a better question would be why are the stats changed at all period? The stats were correct in the previous games but are now all over the place and looks extremely unprofessional! Even non-car people know what a bone stock 240sx does NOT have almost 300hp. Where did these figures come from? Out your asses? I need an answer because honestly these inaccuracies destroy the game for me. I abhor inaccurate information ESPECIALLY about cars. I know how much power and torque each car should have, so these extreme inaccuracies are slapping me in the face. Correct them.

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#238 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 6:09:47 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: mrjeffster16 Go to Quoted Post
Am I the only one that recognized that the horsepower ratings are either jacked up or too low? The focus rs only has 300 hp and other cars that should have like 150hp have like 280hp now. This is insanely inaccurate. I compared figures from FM6 to FM7 and they get the exact same drag and lap times as the FM6 counterparts that have 100 less horsepower. Why did they jack up the horsepower figures like this? These inaccuracies really irk me. I can send a list of all the cars with inaccurate info but it would be 95% of the cars. Some examples however, I will list below. Did they pull these new figures out of their asses? And no these are not Forza Edition cars:

Acura RSX: rated at 275hp when it should be 200hp
Alfa Romeo 8C: rated at 614hp when it should be 450hp!!!!!!
Hennessey Venom rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,200hp!!!!!
2017 Focus RS rated at 300hp when it should be 350hp!!
2017 Raptor Race Truck rated at 694hp when it should be 450hp
2017 Acura NSX rated at 586hp when it should be 573hp
Abarth Fiat 131 rated at 250hp when it should be 140hp!!
Alfa Romeo 4C rated at 306hp when it should be 237hp
BMW M4 rated at 497hp when it should be 425hp
2009 BMW M5 rated at 561hp when it should be 500hp
Bugatti Veyron SS rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,183hp!!!!
2016 Camaro SS rated at 496hp when it should be 455hp
2014 Chevy SS rated at 515hp when it should be 415hp!!
1988 Monte Carlo SS rated at 317hp when it should be 180hp!!!!!
Chrysler 300C rated at 560hp when it should be 470hp!!!!
Challenger/Charger Hellcat rated at 650hp when it should be 707hp!!!
Ferrari FXX K rated at 792hp when it should be 1,036hp!!!!!!
2015 Mustang GT rated at 538hp when it should be 420hp!!!! (That's the GT350's power rating!!)
2016 Civic Type R rated at 283hp when it should be 306hp
2014 Civic Si rated at 271hp when it should be 205hp
Honda NSX rated at 400hp when it should be 276hp!!!!
Hummer H1 rated at 579hp when it should be 300hp!!!!
Infinit G37 rated at 540hp when it should be 348hp!!!
Koenigsegg Agera rated at 995hp when it should be 940hp
Koenigsegg One:1 rated at 844hp when it should be 1,241!!!!!! (They rated it lower than the Agera for christ sake! **** happened there????)
Koenigsegg Regera rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,500hp!!!!!
Lambo Huracan rated at 584hp when it should be 602-610hp
McLaren P1 GTR rated at 803hp when it should be 986hp!!!!
Mercedes-AMG GTS rated at 639hp when it should be 503hp (They actually got the Fast & Furious one correct at 503hp!! Were they drunk when they made this game???)
Nissan 370Z rated at 441hp when it should be 332hp!!
R34 GT-R rated at 359hp when it should be around 320hp!
R33 GT-R rated at 392hp when it should be in the high 200s, like 290ish. (You seriously rated it higher than the R34?? The hell?)
1994 Fairlady Z rated at 499hp when it should be 300hp!!!!
Nissan 240SX rated at 255hp when it should be 155hp!!
Noble M600 rated at 543hp when it should be 650hp!!
Pagani Huayra rated at 812hp when it should be 700hp!!
Huayra BC rated at 762hp when it should be 740hp! (You rated a regular huayra higher than the BC? Reasoning for this?)
Porsche 918 rated at 915hp when it should be 987hp!!!
Volvo S60 Polestar rated at 417hp when it should be around 350hp
Volvo V60 Polestar rated at 479hp when it should be the Same as the S60!!


There are relatively very few cars in this game that have correct statistics. What is the reasoning for this? The funny thing is most of the cars perform exactly the same as they did in previous games, so the different power ratings are basically useless. Why were these figures changed without the performance to back them up? Or a better question would be why are the stats changed at all period? The stats were correct in the previous games but are now all over the place and looks extremely unprofessional! Even non-car people know what a bone stock 240sx does NOT have almost 300hp. Where did these figures come from? Out your asses? I need an answer because honestly these inaccuracies destroy the game for me. I abhor inaccurate information ESPECIALLY about cars. I know how much power and torque each car should have, so these extreme inaccuracies are slapping me in the face. Correct them.



And it's not even that the cars are only off by like maybe 5 horsepower or less. That wouldve been fine. But these cars are off by up to hundreds of horsepower, which is absolutely ludicrous for a game that is supposed to be a "realistic racing simulator." It makes the game look so cheap and fake. It completely cancels out the facts that the graphics are gorgeous and all the car sounds are revamped. I can't believe I'm seeing this **** in a SIM game!!!!
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#239 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 6:22:38 PM(UTC)
You’ve bought the cars with automatic upgrades for homoligation. Remove the upgrades and it will correct the power figures.
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#240 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 6:23:46 PM(UTC)
Out of 732 cars in FM7, there are maybe 150 or so that have correct stats. That's a problem.
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#241 Posted : Sunday, October 1, 2017 7:27:41 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: mrjeffster16 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: mrjeffster16 Go to Quoted Post
Am I the only one that recognized that the horsepower ratings are either jacked up or too low? The focus rs only has 300 hp and other cars that should have like 150hp have like 280hp now. This is insanely inaccurate. I compared figures from FM6 to FM7 and they get the exact same drag and lap times as the FM6 counterparts that have 100 less horsepower. Why did they jack up the horsepower figures like this? These inaccuracies really irk me. I can send a list of all the cars with inaccurate info but it would be 95% of the cars. Some examples however, I will list below. Did they pull these new figures out of their asses? And no these are not Forza Edition cars:

Acura RSX: rated at 275hp when it should be 200hp
Alfa Romeo 8C: rated at 614hp when it should be 450hp!!!!!!
Hennessey Venom rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,200hp!!!!!
2017 Focus RS rated at 300hp when it should be 350hp!!
2017 Raptor Race Truck rated at 694hp when it should be 450hp
2017 Acura NSX rated at 586hp when it should be 573hp
Abarth Fiat 131 rated at 250hp when it should be 140hp!!
Alfa Romeo 4C rated at 306hp when it should be 237hp
BMW M4 rated at 497hp when it should be 425hp
2009 BMW M5 rated at 561hp when it should be 500hp
Bugatti Veyron SS rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,183hp!!!!
2016 Camaro SS rated at 496hp when it should be 455hp
2014 Chevy SS rated at 515hp when it should be 415hp!!
1988 Monte Carlo SS rated at 317hp when it should be 180hp!!!!!
Chrysler 300C rated at 560hp when it should be 470hp!!!!
Challenger/Charger Hellcat rated at 650hp when it should be 707hp!!!
Ferrari FXX K rated at 792hp when it should be 1,036hp!!!!!!
2015 Mustang GT rated at 538hp when it should be 420hp!!!! (That's the GT350's power rating!!)
2016 Civic Type R rated at 283hp when it should be 306hp
2014 Civic Si rated at 271hp when it should be 205hp
Honda NSX rated at 400hp when it should be 276hp!!!!
Hummer H1 rated at 579hp when it should be 300hp!!!!
Infinit G37 rated at 540hp when it should be 348hp!!!
Koenigsegg Agera rated at 995hp when it should be 940hp
Koenigsegg One:1 rated at 844hp when it should be 1,241!!!!!! (They rated it lower than the Agera for christ sake! **** happened there????)
Koenigsegg Regera rated at 1,000hp when it should be 1,500hp!!!!!
Lambo Huracan rated at 584hp when it should be 602-610hp
McLaren P1 GTR rated at 803hp when it should be 986hp!!!!
Mercedes-AMG GTS rated at 639hp when it should be 503hp (They actually got the Fast & Furious one correct at 503hp!! Were they drunk when they made this game???)
Nissan 370Z rated at 441hp when it should be 332hp!!
R34 GT-R rated at 359hp when it should be around 320hp!
R33 GT-R rated at 392hp when it should be in the high 200s, like 290ish. (You seriously rated it higher than the R34?? The hell?)
1994 Fairlady Z rated at 499hp when it should be 300hp!!!!
Nissan 240SX rated at 255hp when it should be 155hp!!
Noble M600 rated at 543hp when it should be 650hp!!
Pagani Huayra rated at 812hp when it should be 700hp!!
Huayra BC rated at 762hp when it should be 740hp! (You rated a regular huayra higher than the BC? Reasoning for this?)
Porsche 918 rated at 915hp when it should be 987hp!!!
Volvo S60 Polestar rated at 417hp when it should be around 350hp
Volvo V60 Polestar rated at 479hp when it should be the Same as the S60!!


There are relatively very few cars in this game that have correct statistics. What is the reasoning for this? The funny thing is most of the cars perform exactly the same as they did in previous games, so the different power ratings are basically useless. Why were these figures changed without the performance to back them up? Or a better question would be why are the stats changed at all period? The stats were correct in the previous games but are now all over the place and looks extremely unprofessional! Even non-car people know what a bone stock 240sx does NOT have almost 300hp. Where did these figures come from? Out your asses? I need an answer because honestly these inaccuracies destroy the game for me. I abhor inaccurate information ESPECIALLY about cars. I know how much power and torque each car should have, so these extreme inaccuracies are slapping me in the face. Correct them.



And it's not even that the cars are only off by like maybe 5 horsepower or less. That wouldve been fine. But these cars are off by up to hundreds of horsepower, which is absolutely ludicrous for a game that is supposed to be a "realistic racing simulator." It makes the game look so cheap and fake. It completely cancels out the facts that the graphics are gorgeous and all the car sounds are revamped. I can't believe I'm seeing this **** in a SIM game!!!!


This bugged me at first too, but it's for the homologation. Every car is optimized for a particular class, and almost none are sold full stock, so has to be under a certain BHP, wheel width, and PI. Cars that should be less powerful can be downgraded in the upgrades menu. Cars that should be more powerful have a restrictor plate in the upgrade menu that returns the HP to normal.

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#242 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 12:22:35 AM(UTC)
I'm pretty confused with the single player career when it comes to car upgrades. Is it even a thing?

Whenever I use an upgraded car for a championship I receiver the homogeneity message and I'm asked to tune the car down to compete. I'm used to the PI range from other Forza titles and really liked it how FH3 just did it the other way around (making the AI driver homogenous to your car, whatever its PI).

Edited by user Monday, October 2, 2017 12:23:15 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#243 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 12:30:09 AM(UTC)
I don't fully understand this either it feels like you either do them to homogeneity or you simply don't race .
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#244 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 12:35:53 AM(UTC)
When u add parts ti the car there will be 2 sets of pi on the left side. 1 pi is the homologation and the other is what pi u will end up at if u add the part. U need to build the car to within the homologation pi and restrictions. For instance many of the Lambo have 4wd. U can convert it to rear wheel drive freeing up some pi to add more more power or suspension parts. Each hologation pi will also have max power, tyre widths and try compound
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#245 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 1:01:00 AM(UTC)
Thanks to the moderator for merging my thread with this one. Reading the OP, I finally understand the new system. Not that I like the new system, but I understand it now and I don't see much point in fiddling with upgrades as the leeway for most stock cars seems far too small to have much effect.

So impactful changes are up to tuning and that's an art of itself I never will learn to master.

If want I to drive a car outside of its division and homologation I'm pretty much down to custom races in free play, right?
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#246 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 1:08:25 AM(UTC)
Correct. Racing outside of set homologation restrictions is not possible in the Forza Driver's Cup.

Free Play, private multiplayer, and Spec Rivals are the places to race outside of the homologation standards.
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#247 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 1:12:36 AM(UTC)
on rivals you can only rent stock car, i cant use the car in my garage even if they fit this " homologation " thing
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#248 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 1:38:44 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: ManteoMax Go to Quoted Post
Correct. Racing outside of set homologation restrictions is not possible in the Forza Driver's Cup.

Free Play, private multiplayer, and Spec Rivals are the places to race outside of the homologation standards.


See at least if Rivals had full homologated leaderboards people could use that to test cars and work out how to build cars for the new system easier. But the way this has been implemented doesn't work. I think it will in the long run and I commend Turn10 for taking a risk and trying this but they need to evaluate the feedback and communicate with their fan base to make this happen. Only time will tell.
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#249 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 2:08:41 AM(UTC)
Hopefully some Class-Based Multiplayer Hoppers show up soon.

I don't think we need 1 for every Class however as people will just ignore Homologation, but a few multiclass ones like ABCS, P&R, CDE etc. would be nice to have.

I like the idea of Homologation but having a more "open" environment where people can run all sorts of cars is also fun.
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#250 Posted : Monday, October 2, 2017 4:49:02 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: vvPULSEvv Go to Quoted Post
I read that you could add weight and also reduce hp with a restrictor plate... guess that isn't so?

The most powerful cars in the various Divisions should have one or more restrictor plate options, you can add weight with heavier rims, a rollcage, and a few other upgrades.

Originally Posted by: ManteoMax Go to Quoted Post
Racing outside of set homologation restrictions is not possible in the Forza Driver's Cup.

This is not entirely correct, the exception being Open events that you play with a car from a Division without homologation rules: Forza Specials, Hoonigan, Fate of the Furious.

Barring these exceptions, all Forza Driver's Cup races are homologated (i.e for the remaining hundreds of cars and dozens of races).

Edited by user Monday, October 2, 2017 4:59:07 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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