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8118
2003
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1757
1032
 
12/01/2009 4:08 PM
 
Muffler Racing Suspension Racing
Racing Chip Sports Transmission Full Customize
NA Tune Stage 3 Clutch Triple Plate
Front Tires R3 - Medium Flywheel Racing
Rear Tires R3 - Medium Carbon Driveshaft Equipped
Nitrous Equipped GT Auto - Wing None
Turbine Kit None Limited Slip Full Customize
Intercooler None AYC None
Supercharger None VCD None
Brakes Racing Weight Reduction Stage 3
Brake Controller Equipped Increase Rigidity None
Setup Item Front Rear Setup Item Front Rear
Spring Rate 8.8 8.2 Stabilizers 5 5
Ride Height 86 86 Brake Balance 5 5
Shock Absorbers Downforce
Shock Bound 6 6 LSD Init. Torque 10
Shock Rebound 4 4 LSD Acceleration 45
Camber Angle 2.6 2.6 LSD Deceleration 60
Toe Angle 0 0 Nitrous 50
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Final Auto Set
1.922 1.249 0.893 0.671 0.530 0.407 5.500 14
ASM
Oversteer
ASM
Understeer
TCS Ballast
Balance
Ballast
Weight
AYC VCD
1 1 1 0 0
Optional Wing number are Front = 22, Rear = 30.. Great handling car, using the accelerator to steer comes into play with this one..Nitrous can also ply a big role too.. Nitrous in 4th will break traction in the car.. another reason for the low torque number in the LSD.. all of which can be adjusted depending on how well you handle the car.. Option for TCS, and ASM would be 5..does effect the cars ability to turn in slightly.. Had a lot of fun in this one.. sweet spots all over in this car..LOL

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Excellent
Posted 11/15/2010 12:10 AM Post a reply Quote this post View Musclehead's info
Very god setup man, the only problem ive had with it is the brakes, bcause i run F/R:M/H Tires, i lose the rear end in straight line braking, but it handles very well in the corner, it feels like i threw on super softs up front (which i didnt, they wear too quickly) Thumbs Up Nod

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Updated 11/15/2010 1:49 PM Post a reply Quote this post View MarkusXO's info
The problem your looking at is caused by an imbalance in traction between the fron t and rear tries.. with 1032 HP, you have to have a very easy light touch.. and really real world pedal control..

My advise with this setup is IF you raise the tires to R2's.. then rise them all.. This will keep the balance and forces at play in the same places without throwing them around on the car.. causing a loss of control.. especially when mixed with the HP in a turn.. the rear will slip and front will grip.. so raise the front to R2's.. and you should keep the balance but be aware of the difference in traction and what that means for braking and acceleration.. I ran Autumn Ring Full just now to test the car on R1's.. and I drifted a lot of it.. but the balance was still in place.. Just with adjustment in compensation for the Tire change.. You may very well find that if you attenuate the car as you should on R3's .. it will last through most.. just keep the sliding and wheel spinning to a minimum where you can..

Also.. try it without the TCS and ASM.. take them to 0.. what it is currently in my profile.. You may also back off of the LSD Decel a bit.. too much can cause the front to slip under heavy braking into a turn..

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Posted 11/21/2010 4:19 AM Post a reply Quote this post View Soda666's info
Markus, my controller is old & its just the standard little thing anyways, don't have pedals. With that said will this setup even work for me? Since most of my driving has to involve a led foot because of just how old my controller is.

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Updated 11/21/2010 1:24 PM Post a reply Quote this post View MarkusXO's info
Well.. when I said attenuation and the wheel/pedals thing.. I meant you have to go easy.. I tuned and drive this car with the normal controller which came with the PS2.. and I don't use the sticks I use the D-pad.. SO it should definitely work..

The problem comes in when you are used to driving other cars very hard and throwing them around a lot.. meaning shifting weight and direction.. so on.. I tuned the car to give a muscle car feel... and to be fun to drive.. anyway.. I find the car easy to drive the same way but after I get a feel on how it is going to react and when and where to do what..

You don't always have to be at full throttle, or full brake with the car.. and even the basic controller will allow for it.. Wink
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