Forza Motorsport 2 Car issues.

I have played Forza 2 at least twice now, and somehow my first career was deleted, no biggie am redoing it all over again. Now as for redoing it over again, I do remember when i played the game during my first career and was given the 1969 Dodge Charger I was able to add all the upgrades to it and be able to handle the car no problem and win races. Now on my second career attempt I have done the same exact thing and added all of the upgrades to the car and it slides all over the place now(I know probably what you are thinking, because I just thought of it myself, the upgrade to the game since the last time I played it.) Well... if that is the case, then why is it when I add ALL the upgrades available to the car it is loose as hell? So I tried uninstalling all upgrades and guess what? The same thing!! Loose as hell. How can this be? The upgrades are supposed to improve the car not do 'nothing' to it. I have also adjusted the tuning of the car to accommodate the issues I am having and tried to tweak it but still to no avail...so my question to you all is this: Why have a car in the game with upgrades and adjustments that do not do anything to it whether it is stock or completely upgraded? Sound useless to me, and I really enjoyed playing that car until the game upgrade ruined that.

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 2 Applies to:

I suggest contacting the Forza Motorsport Support Team directly. You can email them directly at: *** Email address is removed for privacy ***.

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You might just be missing something or there is an assist (Traction Control, ABS, or Stability Control) is off when it was on the last time

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@VernierSlake -  I did all that to no avail, still the same results.

@ JS14NYU - I will keep that in mind next time.

@ Hawk SE - Damn, how did I miss that part of it! That was it!  I just adjusted certain difficulty settings and she drives like the charm I once knew of her! Thanks! Now I can get her to level 5 and then put her amongst my elite retired cars!! 8-) Thanks again!!!

Flash Gordon Approaching......

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From what I recall the Dodge Charger always had a dodgy backend unless you used a rear wing, put a ton of downforce on the backend, faffed about a lot with the camber settings and were very careful under braking.

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