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Thread: BMW 320 Turbo Group 5 setup?

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    BMW 320 Turbo Group 5 setup?

    Any help please?

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    It's a semi-trailing link in back so if you're having trouble losing the rear end, particularly when lifting throttle, you may want to try a little more camber and toe-in on the rear.

    What in particular bothers you about the car?

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    Tx for relpy. I found some help. Tx.

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    I would be interested in some brake setup tips for the 320 turbo. Because my 320 turbo go straight on braking even with brake pressure (in setup) set to 80%. I use Xbox1 gamepad.
    I will try the camber and toe in for rear wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by milliotseb View Post
    I would be interested in some brake setup tips for the 320 turbo. Because my 320 turbo go straight on braking even with brake pressure (in setup) set to 80%. I use Xbox1 gamepad.
    I will try the camber and toe in for rear wheels.
    You'll have to adjust the brake balance to correct this behaviour. Lowering the % will give you more turn-in under braking

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    The diff is almost locked in the default setup @ 90/90 and a good place to start...

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    Ok. I was also thinking to the diff as it seems the same kind of issue as the GT40.

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    I had ago in this last night and in the race I couldn't get the tires to warm up.
    Lap three had the front right go green for half a lap and then cooled again, How do I get heat in the tires?

    In TT I'm much quicker as they're preheated.
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    Lowering pressure generally allows the tyre to heat up more. In TT you also have a fixed low fuel of load 5 litres

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    cheers I'll take a look at lowering tyre pressures.
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