need a Kentucky setup
Lower your tire pressures raise your rigth rear spring by 200 lbs
Wedge & Bias Front & Rear Sway Bar
Front Bias: 51.7 Front:2000
Left Bias : 52.0 Rear:900
Wedge : 49.6 (do not adjust on this screen, use rideheights)
Drivetrain & Aero
Gear Type: A BrakeBias:55
SteeringLock:14 Grill Tape:100%
Front Splitter:4.5 65%Race
FrontLeft: Front Right:
Ride Height:5.5 RideHeight:5.5
Spring: 350 Spring:400
Rear Left: Rear Right:
Ride Height:7.5 RideHeight:7.5
Spring:250 Spring: 680
Trackbar: 5.5 Trackbar:5.5
Front Left: Front Right:
Rear Left: RightRear:
Pressure:17 Pressure: 43
Front Toe Adjustment Rear Toe Adjustment:
Front Toe-in:-1/4 LRear Toe-in:-1/4
R Rear Toe-in: -1/4
Ran a 28.88 in qualifing, got the pole on champion. Runs 29.09 during the race.
Kentucky actually feels pretty nice with the default setup. It's a little tight but that's really all.
Favorite driver: Dale Earnhardt Jr
That's a setup I made, runs 29:29 at best, consistent 29:50's if you have a good rhythm. Just for a note though, the setup runs on the tight side a little. I have a setup that I ran 28:88 and runs 29:10's consistent but I will not share, don't believe me look up my gamer tag under Kentucky Night on the leader-boards or just find me. Xv 7HE BOSS vX
Last edited by AdamWyatt88; 02-03-2013 at 03:21 AM.
Put lefts at 12 rights 26 right rear spring raise 200 lower front swaybar to your liking if its loose left rear spring rubber
I use this setup and i just let it float then get on it. Its pretty consist setup. but i had to change a few things to make it tighter for myself.