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    Quote Originally Posted by blinkngone View Post
    Sorry cpcdem, your Ferrari is dead, it died in the patch notes, strangled to reduce horsepower. Sorry, turned into an overweight slug to change horsepower to weight. Probably won't work and people will still be upset in multiplayer with the 488 being too fast.
    Nah, I don't think so, the main problem is it's hard to keep it on the road now . But once I used softs, then I easily made it to the 1.29s again, so the horsepower reduction must not have been extreme.
    I start to think this tire change wasn't on purpose, because the default setup still uses hard tires, so it's gonna be very difficult for people who go to TT without tuning...But of course only the devs can tell us for certain.

    Good thing is my beloved Renault TC still works as I expect it to do!

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    Don't know bout y'all but I'm tired of car conditions changing with almost every new patch and previous setups being no longer compatible as they were. Round and round the mulberry bush.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidt33 View Post
    Don't know bout y'all but I'm tired of car conditions changing with almost every new patch and previous setups being no longer compatible as they were. Round and round the mulberry bush.
    I haven't gotten really much time to test the cars, but it seems like BMW M6 GT3 either had a motion ratio change, or its roll center changed. The car had a lot more body-roll with a setup that was pretty stable, I had to really jack up the rebound to get it driveable.
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    the 488 had no power reduction at all, it still develops 497 hp in Red Bull Ring.
    you gotta break a bit earlier though, the weight difference is noticeable.

    btw i tested the McLaren as well in RBR and even if it got buffed in power (now 490ish hp) it is still less powerful and slower than the Fezza

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    Quote Originally Posted by Voodoochild View Post
    the 488 had no power reduction at all, it still develops 497 hp in Red Bull Ring.
    you gotta break a bit earlier though, the weight difference is noticeable.

    btw i tested the McLaren as well in RBR and even if it got buffed in power (now 490ish hp) it is still less powerful and slower than the Fezza
    Were you using Hard or Soft tires at RBR?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zeratall View Post
    I haven't gotten really much time to test the cars, but it seems like BMW M6 GT3 either had a motion ratio change, or its roll center changed. The car had a lot more body-roll with a setup that was pretty stable, I had to really jack up the rebound to get it driveable.
    What tires were you using?
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    There are not many runs yet but there was a pretty good run using Hards at Monza GP. The person really reduced the camber from Default Loose and this is what I am finding as well with the GT3s. AM Vantage GT3.
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    Last edited by blinkngone; 06-04-2018 at 09:38.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davidt33 View Post
    Don't know bout y'all but I'm tired of car conditions changing with almost every new patch and previous setups being no longer compatible as they were. Round and round the mulberry bush.
    Yeah it can be frustrating but you just have to adapt. I could manage the one GTE I tested but the GT3s are a challenge for me. So far for the GT3s it's step 1 lower tire pressure and step 2 reduce camber(front and rear). On the TC cpcdem hasn't seen an impact so maybe some car classes will be ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blinkngone View Post
    Here is where I am at with the Renault RS.01 GT3, lowered tire pressure only. To me, I can't get handle on when I am about to lose grip with this car. I am slower even though I am trying harder. A previous poster said he thought there was more grip(gripier) so maybe I need to reduce the camber a little from my Patch 4.0 setup.
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    I have the same feeling as you... And I drove that car A LOT!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blinkngone View Post
    Yeah it can be frustrating but you just have to adapt. I could manage the one GTE I tested but the GT3s are a challenge for me. So far for the GT3s it's step 1 lower tire pressure and step 2 reduce camber(front and rear). On the TC cpcdem hasn't seen an impact so maybe some car classes will be ok.
    I can't reduce the rear pressure more on the Renault... Already at 1.30 and reaching above 1.80 bar after 4 laps.
    I tried to reduce the camber too... But you're just making the contact patch worse.

    My setup around Zhuhai is crazy right now... Softest rear springs and ARB (0N/M ^^), Power ramp at 70.
    0/4 Aero and degraded front axle (Increased springs, arb and pressure )

    The car still feels oversteery sometimes...
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironik View Post
    I have the same feeling as you... And I drove that car A LOT!

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    I can't reduce the rear pressure more on the Renault... Already at 1.30 and reaching above 1.80 bar after 4 laps.
    I tried to reduce the camber too... But you're just making the contact patch worse.

    My setup around Zhuhai is crazy right now... Softest rear springs and ARB (0N/M ^^), Power ramp at 70.
    0/4 Aero and degraded front axle (Increased springs, arb and pressure )

    The car still feels oversteery sometimes...
    Hi ironik, have you tried using the Soft tires yet? I am still trying to get the Hard tires working but cpcdem tried the Soft tires at RBR and this seemed to help him with the 488.

    With the Hard tires I am just trying to adjust pressures and camber, I was able to get within about a tenth of my WR, how far off of your Patch 4.0 PB are you?
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