Originally Posted by Paco1001
Ok so I ran the new setup last night. The front wing for the 2012 ferrari sucks. Ordering up the Mclrean ASAP. The carbon tube I put under the wing to stiffen it up broke.
My car will not take off straight under power at all. It wants to pull hard to the right. I Have checked everthing I could think of last night with no success. Relubed diff. Diff was real tight at the end of the night. Still looped out under full throttle.
Sterring was better but it wanted to turn in real hard under acceleration. Like it didn't want to stop turnning. I had 20wt oil in the side dampers at the start of the night but ended up with Buds lube in there at the end of the night. Car was better but so unpredictable.
I think those tcs rear tires might be too hard for our track. Going to order a set of pits softs as well.
Wow this car is super frustrating right now. My old f1r was way better than the new car has been as of yet. I do have faith though.
Brad may be right regarding front set up being too aggressive.
Have you tried running the battery to the rear? You mention you like the older F1R handling- the F1R was a rear biased car to try and plant the rear end of the car for the tires that were available at the time (pre-Shimizu 72 and 75 tires). With the new generation of Shimizu tires the F1R2 came about to maximize overall grip and especially steering. If your track is lacking the grip then maybe try running the F1R style- weight to the back.
Previously you noted the car kept pulling left, now you mention it is pulling right. Also did you say your car is pushing? That usually indicates overall lack of tire grip if there's a loose rear and pushy front. Did you mention what you're saucing with other than gravity?
One other thing I noticed from your pic is to try is maybe reroute the motor wires over the top of the rear shock plate. If wires are going under the side dampers they could be tweaking the pod. I love 16g TQ Wire brand- it is heaven sent for pan cars! Thin insulation means less pod tweak