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Author Topic: Setup Workshop Series - Part 1 - Advance TAB  (Read 231 times)

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Re: Setup Workshop Series - Part 1 - Advance TAB
« on: August 20, 2017, 07:22:47 pm »
Since moving to rF2 I've had a share of trying stuff out regarding setups. I'm still searching to understand everything and every (well most) tip helps. E.g. Tech indicating that a too high coast setting induces understeer, might clear up an issue I'm having lately. In the past I used a lower setting than now. I did it to solve an issue I had on the Le Mans track and continued using it elsewhere. Apparently not a good idea. When I get back home, I'll test with a lower setting.

The best setup guide I've got, I found on RaceDepartment. It was for free but the author has removed it to make people pay a small compensation for his work (because his wife/gf was a bit upset with giving it away  for free etc.). But I haven't found it in a pay-model again.
If it hadn't been for this situation I would have uploaded it here. It is really complete with an entire explanation of the car physics and a small table indicating what to adjust in case of under/oversteer in entry/mid/exit. I've learned tons from this guide.
But I have found a similar summary recently: https://embed.gyazo.com/0fb38d15dbab970e03b2462cb0604bd7.png  In some aspects this decision tree is even better since it indicates what to adjust first, second... I haven't tried this one out.

I don't mind if the really fast drivers don't want to share a setup in advance, but sharing a setup might also be helpful in hindsight, after the race. This way you can learn yourself where you went wrong and learn for the next race. This way the fast drivers don't directly compromise their result but the slower drivers get a way to improve on their own.

 

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