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Vote for Setup 2952    New Setup for Honda Civic SiR-II(EG,J)      
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Model Year
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Last Modified
2952
1993
Road Setup
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2895
 
 
03/02/2005 11:39 PM
 
Muffler Racing Suspension Full Customize
Racing Chip Transmission
NA Tune None Clutch
Front Tires T5 - Medium Flywheel
Rear Tires T5 - Medium Carbon Driveshaft
Nitrous N/A GT Auto - Wing N/A
Turbine Kit Stage 1 Limited Slip
Intercooler AYC
Supercharger N/A VCD
Brakes Weight Reduction
Brake Controller Increase Rigidity N/A
Setup Item Front Rear Setup Item Front Rear
Spring Rate 12.2 9.0 Stabilizer 4 7
Ride Height 99 101 Brake Balance
Shock Absorbers Downforce
Shock Bound 8 7 LSD Init. Torque
Shock Rebound 8 7 LSD Acceleration
Camber Angle 3.5 1.2 LSD Deceleration
Toe Angle -1.0 0.0
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Final Auto Set
 
ASM TCS AYC VCD
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There are major flaws in each of the other posts. Here I am giving you a good general setup that you can adjust to the track conditions and your driving style. Hope this helps you since I've been tuning these cars for years now IRL. Add traction control as you increase the power. You can get more aggressive with the spring rate and shock damping if the track is perfectly smooth, but keep the same front to rear spring ratio as per the car's weight balance (approx 58% / 42%) with a little bias to the rear for steady state oversteer. A little toe out on the rear can help you bring the back end around easier but for most tracks I find it makes the car too loose. The front rebound is to keep the car steady braking into turns at high speeds. I'll be back with brake bias and LSD settings later.
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