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Thread: Porsche Cayman - undrivable?

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    I am having the same issue. Progressed to GT4 in my career and unfortunately got stuck with the car now. Couldnt compete at all even after putting in hours of practise, turning ai difficulty down etc..I am not great at driving but decent enough to bring the car back in one piece.. lol. The car skids all over the place even after bringing the car tyres to optimal settings with patient driving. Finally taking a break from the game by turning to some Forza Horizon madness after blowing my mind with n number or set ups n tweaks..

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    I had exactly the same problems with the cayman at Red Bull. Also had the same issue with the Aston Martin at Red Bull in the other career series (forget the nsame ofbit). I kept losing the backend no matter how careful I was yet in the rain it was easy to drive. The problem in the end was that the game was selecting hard slicks which was the wrong tyre choice. If you select soft slicks instead, all will be transformed.

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    The Cayman GT4 should be very stable with default setups, I find it almost a little boring it’s that planted.
    Check the tyre compound is suitable for the track temps.

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    I know this is really old, but this thread helped me out a lot! Was starting to hate this car, but after some tweaking with the set-up (especially the diff both on- and off throttle) it made the car actually fun to drive! It's still pretty crazy how much later the AI brakes into to penultimate corner at the Red Bull Ring (90 AI), but at least I'm having fun again!

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    As fun as PCARS2 can be, you will forget it for good once you play Assetto Corsa. That, IMO, is a shinning example of accurate car modelling and physics that are practically 1:1 with real-world driving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy Mcboo View Post
    As fun as PCARS2 can be, you will forget it for good once you play Assetto Corsa. That, IMO, is a shinning example of accurate car modelling and physics that are practically 1:1 with real-world driving.
    What real world driving are you using as a baseline for comparison?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twinz View Post
    What real world driving are you using as a baseline for comparison?
    He likes the ffb and the handling makes him look good.
    Much like a modern sports car with fancy electronics that drift for you
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