themap21: They can races; normal, bangers and gta, they can be deathmatches, captures, LTS, just anything involving Monster Trucks, get it submitted
Feb 16, 2018 16:22:09 GMT
The_Geo_Stigma: remember if you have a capture you want to see played, Material Pursuit is always looking, we'll be starting again march 3rd with our new bi-weekly slot at 8pm
Feb 17, 2018 16:04:56 GMT
The_Geo_Stigma: with new host/co-hosts themap21 and rzasman taking the charge to help me bring you GCCC's main capture event. we also accept races that aren't locked to supers for you alternative race builders
Feb 17, 2018 16:06:42 GMT
Beware The Black Grizzly! 5 min Lap Time. Medium Stunt Skill Level, Medium Technical Track. SLOW DOWN IN YELLOW TUBE SECTIONS! Featuring an Inverted Loop Tunnel Dive, aim/climb to the right and be upside-down before tunnel drop.
I wanted to make a track around Mt Chiliad. Originally I wanted to go all the way up and over the mountain, but halfway in I realized I was running out of props even at 150, so I came back around a tad low, and used up 147 props for the track, and 3 props for the Grizzly roar sound from the speakers. I had an idea for a new inverted tunnel trick that I hadnt seen done before, and it worked out rather nicely. The Inverted Loop Tunnel Dive is an AGNT009 creation. Copy cats are permitted if you like it, lol. I wanted something fun, and technical at the same time since Im a great racer, and wanted sections I could pull away from noobs. The track has a very theme park roller coaster feel, and thats what I wanted and it worked out well. Enjoy.
Since the video was filmed, Ive lifted the first sea platform a tad. I noticed in high stormy seas, the water was too high and cars could barely get through it and barely reach the speed boost, and even then the water held the boost back. So that platform is lifted so that the ramp half cant be affected by the sea, and the two platforms combined are tilted .4 degrees into the sea, so that when you launch out of the tunnel, you just barely clear the deeper water and rolling waves, with a small chance to get slowed down and nip the last bit of deep water in stormy seas. So the track is all weather certified now.