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Post by HONUSDAN on 5/16/2015, 1:17 pm

I know our focus has been on the controller and an update may change everything. With that being said I've been working a lot with the road car and some of these initial setups are terrible. I'd like to use this as a spot we car share things we've done to help make them drivable.

Edit: If you select "Return To Pit Box" it may reset your tune. If you do this at the end of qualifying make sure you fix your tune before your race.


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Post by HONUSDAN on 5/16/2015, 1:25 pm

I know Del may have something to add here, but the 1st car I worked on is the Caterham Seven Classic:

1st problem was the car would spin under braking. I moved the Brake Balance to 55%.

Tire Pressure: 155Bar (All tires)
Traction Control Slip: 14%
Front Springs: 43N/mm
Rear Springs: 26N/mm
Bump: It's not giving me a number but 2 clicks to the left

Check the gearing: Make sure 4th gear is at 100 and 5th is at 082


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Post by HONUSDAN on 5/16/2015, 2:19 pm

Ford Focus RS:

Tire Pressure: 210Bar (All Tires)
Front Springs: 55N/mm
Rear Springs: 35N/mm
Front Sway Bar: 70N/mm
Rear Sway Bar: 45N/mm
Limited Slip Acceleration Lock: 50%
Limited Slip Deceleration Lock: 20%


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Post by HONUSDAN on 5/16/2015, 3:15 pm

Mitsubishi Evo X:

Front Tire Pressure: 210Bar
Rear Tire Pressure: 216Bar
Front Springs: 74N/mm
Rear Springs: 54N/mm
Front Sway Bar: 54N/mm
Rear Sway Bar: 36N/mm


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Post by STANMAN911 on 5/19/2015, 9:18 am

Ill repost when I get home but there is an adjustable setting that mimics the left foot braking technique. This technique is used in real life RWD cars to help stabilize the back of the car under braking. Here on PC there is a setting that can automatically apply a certain percentage of throttle for you under braking.

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