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    Quote Originally Posted by Roger Prynne View Post
    You don't say what car this is for, some people might not know.
    looks to be a formula a tune
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    "Those toe out figures, I thought you were a chassis tuner? Can you please explain why you have positive .03 on the front followed by positive .02 on the rear? My logic says your trying to split the chassis in half having both sides working against each other, and if the pull isnt so great whats the tire wear like considering the constant fighting between each tire?
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    Quote Originally Posted by NVI0U5 View Post
    "Those toe out figures, I thought you were a chassis tuner? Can you please explain why you have positive .03 on the front followed by positive .02 on the rear? My logic says your trying to split the chassis in half having both sides working against each other, and if the pull isnt so great whats the tire wear like considering the constant fighting between each tire?
    Its to encourage your inner superkart
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    Quote Originally Posted by NVI0U5 View Post
    "Those toe out figures, I thought you were a chassis tuner? Can you please explain why you have positive .03 on the front followed by positive .02 on the rear? My logic says your trying to split the chassis in half having both sides working against each other, and if the pull isnt so great whats the tire wear like considering the constant fighting between each tire?
    Quote Originally Posted by TrevorAustin View Post
    Its to encourage your inner superkart
    The only benefit I can see being its tuned for Silverstone GP, so has more straights than corners, is to scrub out the tires as much as possible to gain operating temp halfway around the track, Im hoping there is more to this than just that
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    The +3 front wheel toe out is to offset the rears slip angle when exiting under acceleration. I could knock it back a bit but the extra amount gives stability to the axle by way of negative camber thrust when cornering hard. The setup can be altered and handling traits apear. I'm sure if the rear got too slippy and you let go of the wheel, the car would straighten up, without the toe it would carry on into a dounut.

    Not all things are relevant at everytime or any time. The chassis compromises itself, tuners mould the compromises through give and take and what ifs.

    Toe has many uses, this works for it's intended use on the rig, you'll notice the front tyres will cool down if you're not 'on it' enough! On other tracks they cool down to a point of deflation if you aren't at least 90% committed when driving this training rig.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NVI0U5 View Post
    The only benefit I can see being its tuned for Silverstone GP, so has more straights than corners, is to scrub out the tires as much as possible to gain operating temp halfway around the track, Im hoping there is more to this than just that
    Have you completed the Super Kart championship? If so, have you drove through the first bend Copse at 160mph+, then flat through to Becketts in the training rig? Remember this is a training rig. DONT COMPLAIN TO ME ABOUT IT, ask me what you need to know about it and I'll try to help. Thanks

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    I welcome criticism of the rig if presented with reasonable posts.

    I will be posting updates(time permitting) to it as needed and ask for any intrested members to drive it at another track. At the new track, I will try to explain why I think they help.
    The rig will get better, as players will controlling it. We're all on a learning curve. This ain't Forza!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FA RACING 01 View Post
    Hope the tunes will be good.
    Thanks. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder?
    What you see here may help you develope your own tune that will be good, for you.
    Reducing your time when making tunes. Nobody likes a show off! Unless they're your mates?

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