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Thread: Sloppys's BEST OF CLASS picks (10 lap plus starter race tunes to follow)

  1. #21
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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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  3. #23
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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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  4. #24
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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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  6. #26
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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

    PLEASE NOTE YOU CAN CLOSE THE RADIATOR ALL THE WAY TO 0% IN THIS CAR TOO, FOR ALL SESSIONS.

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    In ALL the tunes I post in this thread, I am showing 2 radiator settings pages for both qualifying and racing. In every case the more closed setting is the QUALIFYING setting, and the more open the RACE setting. Lower % means Qualifying, higher % means Race. Please ignore fuel loads , set appropriately for your track. Q radiator settings are good for 5 laps or so, R radiator settings for 10 laps or more (at least 10 mins total)

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    CLKLM: I wouldn't recommend that low brake duct anywhere except winter/wet le mans. Within a few laps at any track the brakes, if they're not overheating, will blow up the tyre pressure.
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