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    My Talladega Setup (Xbox 360)

    I messed around a bit with the PS3 one posted, it drags in the corners for a few laps though. Trying to figure out how to keep it from dragging without losing MPH. I can get 196-197 out of it. Ran a 48.71 just a few mins ago running the low line.




    Track: Talladega
    Assists: None
    Controller/Wheel: Old MS Wheel
    Online/Offline: Online




    Tires:


    Front Left:
    Cold Pressure 35
    Camber 0
    Caster 3

    Front Right:
    Cold Pressure 65
    Camber 0
    Caster 3.0

    Rear Left:
    Cold Pressure 35
    Camber 0

    Rear Right:
    Cold Pressure 65
    Caster -0.0 (Not sure why the - is there but that's what it shows.)

    Front Toe/Rear Toe: All -1/4"

    Suspension:

    Front Left/Right
    Ride Height: 8.0
    Bump: 71
    Rebound: 19
    Spring: 350

    Rear Left/Right
    Ride Height: 7.5
    Bump: 69
    Rebound: 14
    Spring: 200
    Trackbar: 8
    Rubber: No

    Drivetrain & Aero

    Gearing: Type B
    Brakes: 70
    Steering Lock: 13
    Aero: Tape 100%
    Splitter: 2

    Balance:

    Wedge & Bias:
    Front Bias: 50
    Left Bias: 50.1
    Wedge: 49.7

    Front & Rear Sway Bar:
    Front: 2200
    Rear: 250

    I never messed with qualifying so I'm not sure if less tape in race would help or not. Any tips to get some more speed out of this without losing control of the car, I'm all ears.
    Last edited by AntiSaint; 02-08-2013 at 04:17 PM.

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    Really? All these views and not a single post to help me get more speed out of the car without sacrificing control? I guess everyone just wants to run 200+ and drag the rear end around the track, make one small mistake and lose the car completely.
    Last edited by AntiSaint; 02-10-2013 at 08:08 AM.

  3. #3
    Just take one of the 200+ setups, and tune it down to be drivable.

    Mine runs 202 and drags but is completely control able.

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    All your bumps are too high as well. The shocks need to be able to compress so that the car can get low to the ground. Not to mention your rear ride height is too high and your rear springs are way too low.

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    Post My Dega setup, not the fastest, but works.

    Track: Talladega

    Assists Used:All off except ABS Assist 3

    Controller/Wheel:controller

    Online/Offline: offline



    Tires:


    Front Left:
    Cold Pressure:35
    Camber:0.1
    Caster:2.8

    Front Right:
    Cold Pressure:65
    Camber:0.0
    Caster:2.9
    Rear Left:
    Pressure:35
    Camber:0.0

    Rear Right:
    Pressure:65
    Camber:-0.0
    Front Toe Adjustments:

    Front Toe-In:-1/4"



    Rear Toe Adjustments:

    Left Rear Toe In:-1/4"

    Right Rear Toe In:-1/4"



    Suspension:

    Front Left:
    Ride Height:7.5
    Bump:40.0
    Rebound:19.0
    Spring:350.0

    Front Right:
    Ride Height:7.5
    Bump:40.0
    Rebound:19.0
    Spring:350.0

    Rear Left:
    Ride Height:6.5
    Bump:38.0
    Rebound:14.0
    Spring:400.0
    Trackbar:8.0
    Rubber:no

    Rear Right:
    Ride Height:6.5
    Bump:38.0
    Rebound:14.0
    Spring:400.0
    Track Bar:8.0
    Rubber:no
    Drivetrain and Aero:
    Gearing: type B

    Brakes:
    Bias:70.0

    Steering:
    Steering Lock:13.0

    Aerodynamics:
    Tape:100.0
    Front Splitter:2.0

    Balance:
    Wedge & Bias:
    Front Bias:50.0
    Left Bias:50.2
    Wedge:50.0

    Front & Rear Sway Bar:
    Front:2500.0
    Rear:100.0

    Used AntiSaint's setup as a base and tweaked it to my style. Ran a 48.30 in career mode qualifying (no draft). Gets faster as the fuel burns off, but it a bit loose. Top speed in Qualifying was 199 MPH. If anyone has any tips to make it faster for online, I'm all ears, just don't want to mess with the handling too much. A little tighter is ok. And there is minimal bottoming out.

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    Both of you have your bumps to high and springs too low. Fix those and you'll find a lot more speed, I can promise you that.

 

 

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