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    Ferrari 488 GT3

    Entering the turn, the Ferrari spins out. For example, the 1st turn at Daytona RC. What can i do to fix this?

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    while braking? move brake bias forward
    off brake and off throttle? increase rear diff locking and preload
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    I'm looking for a Tuner. Possibly team up and race GT3 Leagues. I don't know much about tuning.

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    Call me crazy, but as near as I can tell most GT3 cars drive pretty darn good right out of the box. I haven't driven Daytona RC in a while, maybe I'll have to give that a try tonight... but for virtually every track I do drive, I find the handling of the Ferrari in particular to be quite good... I've tried most of the other cars as well, and the handling of the others don't suit me very well, but I suspect it has more to do with me just preferring the way the Ferrari drives.
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    I should ask... are you manually shifting? or running automatic?

    I ask, because I used to run automatic all the time, recently switched over to manually shifting, what I've found is I can brake much later and spin out into corners way way less , by manually downshifting reasonably well while braking, quite amazing how much of a difference is makes for me.
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    Most of the time this will be the issue of your engine braking being to low like on 1 i run mine at at 5. The higher up you go the more stability you get under braking but it also increases understeer. Here is my tuning page where i leave setup video's every week, i have a recent setup for the Ferrari on the last page. http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...12#post1468612
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    Quote Originally Posted by KrypticTMG View Post
    Most of the time this will be the issue of your engine braking being to low like on 1 i run mine at at 5. The higher up you go the more stability you get under braking but it also increases understeer. Here is my tuning page where i leave setup video's every week, i have a recent setup for the Ferrari on the last page. http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/sho...12#post1468612
    Thanks for your input

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    Decrease your diff coast locking. This will make the car more stable off throttle. It sounds like you have too much rotation going into the corner. The next thing to change is brake bias/pressure. More towards the front. Then if its still a problem increase engine braking or change gear ratios so there is not as much difference between the revs of the gear you're in and the gear you're changing too.

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    Also if you are shifting down into 2nd or 1st too early you may be causing the rear tires to lock up.
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