DRM Revival Mod 1.1 – Released

The DRM Modding Team has released a new version of their DRM Revival Mod for rFactor that was released back in April.

The new version further improves this impressive mod, fixing some small issues and improving the graphical performance. Most importantly, the team has also carefully tweaked all the cars physics to allow even closer racing.

The slight changes now allow all of the car models to be competitive during the course of a one hour race depending on the chosen track. The new version is available both as update for version 1.0 users and all-in-one package for those who haven’t given this great mod a try yet.

Changelog

BMW M1

- Tire wear increases minimal
– Tire temperature increases minimal
– Tire grip front lowered minimal
– Maximum rpm set to 9150 rpm (-50 rpm) reduced
– Power from 10HP at 8250 rpm reduced
– Motor decreases 8750 rpm damage (old 8850 rpm)
– Slipping the clutch increases without throttle lift

FORD CAPRI

- Reduce the percentage reduction engine durability
Porsche 935

- Reduced wear minimal on the front
– Increased wear minimal on the rear
– Tire grip increases on the fronts

LANCIA

- Reduced temperature front wheel
– Wear nlowered minimal
– Grip on the rear increases ( Latitude to Longitude )
– Increased Power from 3.500-7.500 rpm
– Fuel consumption reduced minimal
– Motor decreases 8.970 rpm damage (old 8.950 rpm)
– Reduces slipping of the clutch
– Suspension harder
– Added more gear ratio

WARNING:! Old setups can be used, but must be adapted to the needs of gear/suspension again

BMW 320

- Cooling capacity increases
– Fuel consumption reduced minimal

Other fixed errors

- Correction of the rear lights
– Wheel in the cockpit view “transparent” and less gray reflective.
– Fixed error when M1 taillight
– Fixed reflection shadow at night
– Reduced memory requirements of the textures.
– Fixed sound bug from the BMW 320

The mod includes five different car models, ranging from the popular Porsche 935, the BMW 320, the Lancia Beta Monte Carlo to the Ford Capri and BMW’s legendary M1.

Every car model comes with unique physics and tire & suspension data, the physics are compatible to both RealFeel and LeoFFB. The cars feature plenty of historic liveries and richly-detailed cockpits & matching sounds.

In its heydey, the German Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft was one of the most popular national racing series that ever existed, featuring spectacular & powerful cars and legendary drivers like Hans Stuck, Klaus Ludwig, Hans Heyer, Rolf Stommelen & Bob Wollek.

Download DRM Revival 1.1 Complete Version Here

Download DRM Revival 1.1 Update Here

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  • JohnSc

    Great news, but i don’t see a “fix” to the Porsche 935’s engine, breaks relatively easy. Still, great patch to the best Rfactor mod.

  • kalle

    Could someone translate the changelog into English… I’ve got no idea what “Reduce the percentage reduction engine durability” means… :-P

  • Dennis Matzies

    Ok, hope, it is better.The engine is more durable when you rev the it  too high.

  • Dennis Matzies

    ok,hope it is better

    The engine is more durable when you rev it too high.

  • Eduardo Kissilevitch

    I think this patch have problem I´m getting mismatchs.

  • Arie Beuker, de

    I love this mod, im getting it tonight (full update)

  • Sigmatc24

    You have to delete the initial install first -DRM revival 1.0- manually and completely. Do not forget rFm files too and then install this one if you want to get rid of this errors

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