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#1 badbob099

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Posted Mar 02 2018 - 09:44 PM

anybody have any setups for the 1955 mod? cant seem to find any...

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Posted Mar 02 2018 - 10:56 PM

I haven't seen any setups. What I use is GPL Setup Manager to set the gearing for each car. Sometimes depending on the track, I'll bump the final diff ratio up or down( I don't change the trans. ratios) so that on the longest straight I'll be maxed out in top gear. For Monaco, I set the steering ratio faster on all the cars. The default setup for suspension works fine for me. I like my brake bias set at 54 to 56 %. I hope this helps you.

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Posted Mar 03 2018 - 07:05 AM

What I like to do on all cars is use ramp angles of 60 / 60 or 85.

The cars have very little grip and using 60 / 30 make the car feel very stiff in the corners, very little rotation / enormous understeer.
I feel it is very beneficial when you make you car loose under braking / lifting. It enhances its cornering abilities.

For cars like the Gordini or Connaught you may try 45 / 60 or 85, since they lack power and are easier to handle.

Edited by GrandPrixYannick , Mar 03 2018 - 07:05 AM.





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