Originally Posted by mark79
Thanks for the quick reply.
Whats the idea behind the 100 timing advance/ 52 timing boost and no turbo boost though? i also see the FDR is heavy too?
I'll try this set up and if it temps too high i can always gear down. I'm just a bit confused as to why the linked set up is so different to the Jeff Cuffs one on the site.
The gearing is heavy but the acceleration was the same as a 10,5T drivers.
Top speed was higher than that from the 10,5 drivers.
THe Turbo is of because this was to much.
The car was than to fast and harder to drive.
Plus the Car was fast enough on the straight.
Motor was around the 80C
The car with only Boost works great. I tried it today with a 10,5 and the car was fast enough. As you go off the throttle and back on, it accelerates right away and doesn't loose that much. With the Turbo you lose a bit more.
Plus you don't need the Turbo on indoor tracks. It's to much power.
100 timing advance is for as you get your sensor wire loose. you have still some power.