Originally Posted by TwoTone
Not to hijack the thread, but how do you think that set up would work for VTA indoor carpet? I've been tempted to try it out.
My driving style just doesn't seem to work with one ways.
+1 with Tryhard's answer.
You do have to be very smooth with your throttle and brakes to use a one way properly, or a one way can work against you.
Think of it this way. all the time the car is accelerating and braking there is more chance of getting that level of speed or braking wrong.
With a one way, the throttle should be quite gradual (not like an on off switch). this equates to carrying more speed through a corner, and a more balanced and smoother throttle.
However. With a 540, you are not racing with lots of power or an insane amount of speed, so you need to keep the speed you have kept up through corners, hence using the one way can help that.
Just be careful of your braking zones and other cars around you....
Your racing lines can also change to use the speed more, which may involve taking a wider line than usual.
Some tracks can be high bite, taking too much speed through a corner may result in grip roll, but with a 540, again, this shouldn't be a problem, but one thing to have in the back of your mind that should it happen.
Should it happen, firstly, look at gluing the sidewalls of your tyres, or secondly, look into your car setup a bit more.
Sounds like Tryhard has this thread covered, but if im around i'll try to add some answers if need be