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    I have most of my previously run cars at Dubai National redone. I had screen shots of my setups on some of them saved so I manually entered the setups, saved me a little work Still do not understand why my saved profiles didn't, ended up deleting everything and starting over. Anyway, I decided to try the Audi 90 Quattro IMSA GTO, this car is mostly abandoned on the TT since 2015/16, it is a difficult car. I used the -1.7 camber at Dubai National and managed a WR and also a WR at Silverstone National using this camber. I have run some -3.4 camber tracks with moderate success for me, improved my previous PB's and tried some new tracks as well. Still using the default 100% differential lock, don't know enough about this car to try adjusting this parameter. The car snaps backwards on corner entry sometimes if I apply the excess pressure of a butterfly wing on the brake or have the steering angle at 0.001 off when applying throttle. My arms are sore.
    attached is the Silverstone setup.
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    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    If the car is spinning on the brakes, you could push the bias forward a touch, for a bit more consistency/ease of use.
    "Slow is smooth, smooth is fast."
    G29 settings (PC1).
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    Thanks hkraft300. Tried to move forward bias but since I broke my rubbery/plastic thingy in my pedal I mostly run around 49 to 51. Tha Pagani Huayra I am down to 46, this is my worst car for bias.
    My brake setup for National.
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    Last edited by blinkngone; 13-07-2017 at 20:06.
    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    Ruf CTR3 SMS-R. Dubai with -1.7 camber results-Club 2nd, GP 3rd, International 2nd and National 1st. Could not get the higher camber((-3.4) I was using with most of the other cars to work with this Ruf. If I increase the front downforce the front end just felt too squirrely with the high camber. The highest camber I was comfortable using was -2.4. Managed some PB's at Zhuhai, Hockenhiem Short and a few other tracks. For me this car is very sensitive to the shock/springs settings so I would need to adjust these pages to improve and this wasn't part of my camber testing.
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    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    McLaren F1 GTR Long Tail. Camber at -1.7, Dubai Club 3rd, Dubai GP 5th, Dubai International 1st and Dubai National 1st. Dubai GP is the only track I ran front downforce at 1, also for some reason, spring was at 39 instead of 25 where it belongs. This car also runs nice at -3.4 camber on some tracks.
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    With reward brake bias this car late brakes very well, easily controlled. I was behind the ghost going toward the last right hander before start/finish but made up 3 tenths by late braking.
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    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    Long Tail Set Up, sorry, couldn't post both together for some reason.
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    Last edited by blinkngone; 17-07-2017 at 10:50.
    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    Slowly making progress after 2 game crashes. I have run 72 cars at Dubai National out of the 125 available. I don't plan on running karts, only a limited number of open wheel (the open wheel cars need more camber than -1.7) and I just don't care for the Mitsubishis (not trying to offend anyone who likes these cars).
    WR's-33
    2nd's-15
    3rd's-7
    4th's-6
    5th's-5
    6th's-2
    7th's-1
    9th's-1
    10th's-1
    14th's-1
    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    Ariel Atom 300 Supercharged. Dubai -1.7 camber results, Club 2nd, GP 2nd, International 3rd, National 3rd. I didn't have to change tire pressure (from National setup) for these tracks. All runs were the first lap, I don't know if you can even get 2 laps out of these tires.
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    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    Caper Monterey Stockcar. Dubai National 1st, -1.7 camber.
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    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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    CaterhamSP300.R -1.7 camber results Dubai, Club-2nd, GP-2nd, International-1st, National 1st.
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    Bikes wrecked-77 Suzuki RM125, 78 Honda Elsinore 250, 81 Honda CB900F, 2000 Kawsaki ZX12R(2), 2001 Honda F4I, 2005 Yamaha R1. A bike hasn't been made I couldn't wreck, spectacularly, but I'm retired now.

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