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    Best settings?

    Hi,

    Whats the best settings for your car? This is to prevent it sliding all over the place, faster acceleration basically make your car run perfect, if anyone has got a good set up please can you post it me on here please, Im tired of my car sliding around and going off the track when braking etc.

    Thank you,
    Karl.

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    Hi

    Which car? The setup is pretty different for pretty much each one.

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    Which car? Which track? Track temp? Air temp? Weather? Surface? Tyre compound? Driving style? What controller? What controller settings? Do you like understeer or oversteer?

    Anyway, for setup beginners the game does have an in-game mechanic to help you out with problems so try there first.
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    In the setup menu there are basically two default setups to choose from, a Loose one and a Stable one. I think it typically selects Loose by default, so just switch it over to stable if you're struggling. On some cars, that makes a fairly drastic difference. Other than that use Race Engineer to tweak things but you'll have to be relatively conscious of the specific problems you're having in order too fix them (i.e. it's a problem with braking, I'm sliding straight on when I brake. Or I'm experiencing understeer mid-corner). If that is beyond you now, you'll just have to stick with the defaults and drive around the limitation of the setups until you understand the basics of car setup a little better (plenty of resources on the web to get you started. I'm hopeless at setups too, but know enough now to fix simple problems using Race Engineer).
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    hy,first of all

    Im using the rolling balance on differencial to keep the car stable without acceleration.
    Breakingbalance to the front until the car stays stable.
    I'm using no bumpstops.
    low fast bumps high rebounds.
    Low steps from slow to fast bump and rebound.That about the shock absorbers.
    Front rebound step not too low.
    raise the Lsd until the car understears and lower it by one then.
    If you're not using aids,set traktion control in setup to 1 if the car itself doesn't have it,check that before.If the car has it,somewhere between 10 and 17 percent.
    Try out lower tire pressures to make the car easier to drive.
    I have to translate some things From german to English before I continue.
    You may try this out first and write if you like it.
    By the way,using high tire pressures in the front lets you lower the rear downforce even more without causing trouble.Doesnt work on some cars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Skiddy Pants View Post
    Hi,

    What’s the best settings for your car? This is to prevent it sliding all over the place, faster acceleration basically make your car run perfect, if anyone has got a good set up please can you post it me on here please, I’m tired of my car sliding around and going off the track when braking etc.

    Thank you,
    Karl.
    First go and visit the Garage here and pay attention to the Gray "Stickies" at the top of the page. http://forum.projectcarsgame.com/for...Car-Setup-Talk
    Check out Casey's Tire Pressure Guide in the "Stickies" so you know what tire pressure range to achieve for most cars(Karts and WRX are not included).
    There are many TT setups already posted for various cars(mostly GT3s since these are the most popular) but others as well. If you need a setup for a particular car/track just request one.
    People are willing to help you out but as others have already stated you need to be more specific with your request for assistance.
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