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#1 R48

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Posted Mar 27 2009 - 05:36 PM

Is there a good base setup for the Ferrari 250?

#2 Aristotelis

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Posted Mar 28 2009 - 01:54 AM

Yes I have a couple so I might not do the whole development post as I did on the other 2 threads. Would you like to choose a track also? I usually have 2 different kind of setups for the 250, depending if the track is too bumpy or completely flat.

I'll post them later tonight as I'm not on the simPC right now.

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Posted Mar 28 2009 - 06:03 AM

Dijon or Goodwood would be good for me. I'm sorry I missed your other threads where you had set ups for the Ferrari. I'll try to find them.

Thanks!

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Posted Jun 03 2009 - 08:02 AM

Sorry to drag this up again - have the setups been posted somewhere?

I find that I don't have many options on setting up the F250 as the car basically has oversteer under all conditions, so I just have the back fully soft and the front fully hard at every track. I do quite like the car when it is set up like that, but cannot understand how you can drive it with harder springs in the back.

Or am I doing something wrong here?




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