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Vote for Setup 7597    New Setup for Mercedes-Benz Sauber Mercedes C 9 Race Car      
Setup ID
Tuner
Make
Car
Model Year
Track
Votes
Views
Horsepower
Best Lap
Date Entered
Last Modified
7597
1989
Suzuka Circuit
0
1967
967
1:36.777
02/22/2009 10:42 PM
06/03/2010 4:43 PM  
Muffler Racing Suspension Racing
Racing Chip Normal Transmission Full Customize
NA Tune None Clutch Standard
Front Tires R3 - Medium Flywheel Standard
Rear Tires R3 - Medium Carbon Driveshaft None
Nitrous None GT Auto - Wing None
Turbine Kit None Limited Slip Full Customize
Intercooler None AYC None
Supercharger None VCD None
Brakes Normal Weight Reduction None
Brake Controller Equipped Increase Rigidity Equipped
Setup Item Front Rear Setup Item Front Rear
Spring Rate 14.8 15.3 Stabilizers 6 6
Ride Height 70 70 Brake Balance 5 4
Shock Absorbers Downforce 63 88
Shock Bound 8 8 LSD Init. Torque 8
Shock Rebound 9 7 LSD Acceleration 26
Camber Angle 2.1 1.5 LSD Deceleration 10
Toe Angle -1 1 Nitrous
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Final Auto Set
3.048 1.864 1.276 0.930 0.720 3.769 17
ASM
Oversteer
ASM
Understeer
TCS Ballast
Balance
Ballast
Weight
AYC VCD
0 0 2 15 0
My Sauber Merchedes C 9 has a total of 3580 miles on it. This will explain the power drop in this car. It'll work with a fresh new C 9 as well. Since most of this track is flat, I kept the spring rate and the ride height for that reason as well as the shock bound and the stabilizers. The rebound was messed with for two reasons: 1.) I felt as the car didn't have the turn-in response it needed and 2.) trying to put a little (not a lot) oversteer into the car. This will also explain my Toe Angle and my Camber Angle. Negative Toe in front in order to reduce understeer as well as a positive toe in the back for Rear wheel stability. Moved the weight up front in order to have more turn-in stablity as well as high speed stability without even having to add weight. Tuned the LSD according to the tuning guide here. Downforce remained the same as well as this car's gear ratios. Oh yeah a TCS of 2 or 1 will work fine. If you decide to race in this, up the TCS to 4 or 5 to preserve tire life
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