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Setup ID
Tuner
Make
Car
Model Year
Track
Votes
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Horsepower
Best Lap
Date Entered
Last Modified
105
1997
Road Setup
1
3346
 
 
11/25/2001 3:26 PM
11/25/2001 5:49 PM  
Muffler Suspension Full Customize
Racing Chip Transmission Unknown
NA Tune Clutch
Front Tires Flywheel
Rear Tires Carbon Driveshaft
Nitrous N/A GT Auto - Wing N/A
Turbine Kit Limited Slip Full Customize
Intercooler AYC
Supercharger N/A VCD
Brakes Weight Reduction
Brake Controller Equipped Increase Rigidity N/A
Setup Item Front Rear Setup Item Front Rear
Spring Rate 18.0 19.0 Stabilizer 5 5
Ride Height 89 89 Brake Balance 24 24
Shock Absorbers Downforce
Shock Bound 7 9 LSD Init. Torque 10
Shock Rebound 9 10 LSD Acceleration 20
Camber Angle 1.5 1.0 LSD Deceleration 40
Toe Angle 2.0 2.0
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Final Auto Set
3.136 2.063 1.480 1.116 0.884 0.736 4.062 36
ASM TCS AYC VCD
0 0
This is for a fully modified Acura NSX with Racing Soft tires front and rear. The car handles beautifuly, the gears could stand to be a bit taller, and the car is surprisingly fast for the 475 horsepower mine has.

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Joined: 01/03/2003
Last on: 01/03/2003
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Posts: 1
Updated 01/03/2003 10:04 PM Post a reply Quote this post View Burnz's info
I really liked this setup. One thing I found to reduce lap times was to reduce the front stabilizer to 5 or even 4 while leaving the rear at 7. Makes you able to take the long turns much quicker, just so long as you can control a bit more oversteer. And taller gears also helped like you suggested. Great job.

*EDIT: Just noticed you actually had the stabilizers at 5 not 7. In any case, I'd suggest having the front stabilizer 2 points lower than rear.
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