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    Real World McLaren 650 GT3 set up

    I have the real world set up from my teams 2016 McLaren 650GT3. This set up is for Sonoma raceway and was used on our Pirelli World Challenge championship winning car(2016) driven by Alvaro Parente, Its the Yellow KPAX car you can choose in the game. We no longer run McLarens so i guess its ok to share this info and see how the game likes it. I am away from home so i am unable to give it a try until thursday.

    Spring LB/INCH
    Front:1300
    Rear:900

    Ride height:
    LF:76.5 RF:78.5

    LR:89.5 RR:91.5


    Camber
    LF:4.6 RF:4.8

    LR:3.7 RR:3.4

    Toe: MM
    LF: 0.0 RF: 0.0

    LR:1.0 (0.039 in) RR:1.0 (0.039 in) Rear is toe in

    Caster:
    LF:11 RF:11 Degree

    ARB: Game is not set up in positions, i would just count how many options and correlate
    Front:4 of 6
    Rear: 6 of 6

    Dampers: listed in clicks, not in a force measurement like in the game, Ohlins dampers, i forget how many clicks are available in each adjustment, i will try and find out.
    FRONT More damping force as numbers get higher
    LOW Comp: 15
    High comp: 32
    low reb:29
    high reb:35

    REAR:
    low comp:14
    high comp:18
    low feb:29
    high Reb:40

    Differential:
    Ramps: 65a/45c
    Preload coast: 20 fl-lb
    Preload accel: 20 ft-lb

    Wing: P6

    I drive the McLaren often so it will be interesting to see how it feels set up like this when i get home.

    Give it a try if you'd like and see how it works for you.
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    Thanks a lot for the info! Is it common running so much (negative) camber?

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    What about Motion Ratios?
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    Spring rates 1300 front 900 rear LB/inch
    = 227.7 N/mm front, 157.67 N/mm rear.

    I guess that's the raw spring rate.

    I wonder if the damper "clicks" match with the number of available options in the game, so you could maybe just count up from minimum.
    Same for the ARB.

    I'd convert the rear toe to an angle if I knew the wheel and tire total diameter.

    Diff Coast 27Nm (someone double check that please).
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkraft300 View Post
    Spring rates 1300 front 900 rear LB/inch
    = 227.7 N/mm front, 157.67 N/mm rear.

    I guess that's the raw spring rate.

    I wonder if the damper "clicks" match with the number of available options in the game, so you could maybe just count up from minimum.
    Same for the ARB.

    I'd convert the rear toe to an angle if I knew the wheel and tire total diameter.

    Diff Coast 27Nm (someone double check that please).
    27.11 N/mm good.

    Ok, ARB Front, 12 clicks total so I come up with 65N/mm(8 clicks instead of 4). Front Slow 27700(Default is 19700), this is a fairly common range in TT on the rare occasion someone touches the Damper page.
    Fast Bump 5880(Default is 6240). Slow Rebound 54500!(Default is 19300). Fast Rebound 5700(Default is 5900). Anyway this what the Front looks like compared to (Default Right side).
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    Front and Rear. Hey, I may be a click off due to sticky arrows and Curious the cat harassing me but should be close.
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    Last edited by blinkngone; 06-04-2019 at 16:04.
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    Thanks blink.
    I'm interested to try this setup at sonoma.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkraft300 View Post
    Thanks blink.
    I'm interested to try this setup at sonoma.
    Ok, Sonoma is really difficult track, good luck.
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    So something I stole from this setup is the low preload. Normally I'd run 60-100 preload.
    I've tried the low preload across LMP2 Ligier and McLaren 650 and it's worked a charm on corner entry front grip. The ligier likes a slightly higher preload to steady the front but otherwise it's brilliant.
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    Nice will test this setup as well. Thanks for sharing of course.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkraft300 View Post
    So something I stole from this setup is the low preload. Normally I'd run 60-100 preload.
    I've tried the low preload across LMP2 Ligier and McLaren 650 and it's worked a charm on corner entry front grip. The ligier likes a slightly higher preload to steady the front but otherwise it's brilliant.
    Cool, at the Ovals we often run -30 preload.
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