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Hockenheim Setup!

Post by F1xStevo_87 (GP3 Mod) on Wed Jan 09, 2013 12:57 pm

Aero: 4,3 or 5,6
Brakes: 52% - 47% (Best use what suits you) High, Standard
Balance: 9,11 EDIT: 6,9
Ride Height: 1,1
Springs: 11,11 EDIT: 9,7
Gearbox: All gears 4 spaces to the right from the middle in a line
Engine: Mix 3
Camber: Front 3.50, Rear 1,50 EDIT: Front 3.30, Rear 1.30
Toe: Front 0.05, Rear 0.20 EDIT: Front 0.07, Rear 0.26


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Post by Guest on Wed Jan 09, 2013 1:40 pm

Thanks for the setup steve i will give it a try Shocked

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Post by dizzymind on Wed Jan 09, 2013 6:48 pm

F1xStevo_87 (AL2 Mod) wrote:Aero: 4,3 or 5,6
Brakes: 52% - 47% (Best use what suits you) High, Standard
Balance: 9,11
Ride Height: 1,1
Springs: 11,11
Gearbox: All gears 4 spaces to the right from the middle in a line
Engine: Mix 3
Camber: Front 3.50, Rear 1,50
Toe: Front All to the Right, Rear All to the Right

if I may add something here, just an observation from a no-assist driver.
most likely this kind of setup is gonna destroy your tires in less then 10 laps. Might be good for sprint race, in 100 or even 50 percent its gonna wear out your wheels bigtime. Biggest problem in this case is deffo the extremes you use. springs 11-11 awefull for the tires, same goes for the allignment. This combined with the allready quite extreme balance you are running will leave you in a tight pitstop strategy and some stubborn car after a sertain amount of laps. Softening up the springs will give you a less nervous car as wel, then again this might not be that much of a problem if driving with traction control on. Remember traction or not, tires wear out. allignment and balance is key for mechanical grip but in the extremes its allways gonna bite you in the ass during lenghty races.

i hope you can see this as a positive critisism. keep up the good work mate.

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Post by F1xStevo_87 (GP3 Mod) on Thu Jan 10, 2013 4:05 am

Thanks Dizzy for your good advice. Very Happy I normally always give out these style of setups as there well balanced & easy to remember, but i do see what your sayin mate. When did Hockenheim on Monday i used a lower balance & softer springs, but left the allignment at the extreme due to i having better control & consistency which i believe was worth it for my tyres strugging a bit more later on. Ive placed a edit next to the Balance, Springs & Alignment for those who would prefer to have their tyres last abit better. Thx again Dizzy.

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