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    Camber does nothing?

    I was messing with a tune for the McClaren gt3 and noticed that according to the telemetry, no matter what I did with the camber either max or min that the left side tires kept a few degree spread from inside to outside and the right side tires did not change...I then tested the same on a FA car and noticed the same. Also visually the camber did not change.


    Anyone else notice this?

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    Yes but by increasing the camber or decreasing the camber did you notice a positive/negative effect on lap times?
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    Haven't gotten that far yet but I did max out the left side and zero out the right side on an FA car and it didn't seem to change much if anything
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    Very strange!! Ill do some testing too tomorrow.
    Ive noticed there isnt much temp increase/decrease.....
    Unless you have to do more than 12 laps.
    Tbh i dont go past realistic limits 3.5 max front 3.0max rear ( generally 3.2 front between 1.9-2.4 rear, car depending)) but i will to test this. theory.
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    Im not questioning what your saying, i agree. Im intrigued to see if i can get the inners or outers hotter or colder substantially.
    Also to see if it has a detrimental effect to lap times......
    Ive never noticed this.........
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    That's what I spent today doing. Now reinstalling incase it's a glitch haha

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    It's not a glitch. This is an area we are investigating. You're not crazy.
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    Thanks for the info. Sorry if it was a repeat topic
    Last edited by IR STiGGLES; 20-05-2015 at 22:35.

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    how is your tire pressure, remember running a lower pressure wont have any effect on camber if the pressure is so it low its the same contact patch footprint, due excessive flex in the inner sidewall, when running higher pressure that is when it will be more noticeable having a rigid sidewall
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    See post 7
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