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Old 11-07-2018, 05:16 AM
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Hi,
thanks for the Kind words.

A friend of mine trief it outdoors and he was pretty happy as well, but the car gets easier to drive with the links (in my opinion).
With that high grip at the ETS it is important that your car is easy to drive.

Well basically i drive the car out of the box. That's what i want to do with every car, because only that way i can help other Drivers with their cars.
As the next ETS is in february I'm planning on testing some different stuff. F.e. gear diff, Caster plate made by SepesRacing and so on...
I can Keep you updated on this if you are interested.

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that would be great. really curious about the caster plate. Thanks for coming here
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Originally Posted by Simon_L View Post
Hi,
thanks for the Kind words.

A friend of mine trief it outdoors and he was pretty happy as well, but the car gets easier to drive with the links (in my opinion).
With that high grip at the ETS it is important that your car is easy to drive.

Well basically i drive the car out of the box. That's what i want to do with every car, because only that way i can help other Drivers with their cars.
As the next ETS is in february I'm planning on testing some different stuff. F.e. gear diff, Caster plate made by SepesRacing and so on...
I can Keep you updated on this if you are interested.

Best regards
Simon
Yes please keep us updated here.

thsnk you!
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Hi guys,

so I organiced the T-bar Setup a friend of mine used at the RT Pegasus Masters (ETS carpet with large but demanding layout)and uploaded it on petitrc.
(I think the rear height adjuster is ticked wrong in the sheet).
You have to look it up by yourself because i can't post links at the Moment...

He managed to score a great P4 and was fastest in the first practice sessions (in front of me, David Ehrbar, Andreas Stiebler, ...) with lower grip.
When the grip came up he was struggling a Little bit but still could finish 4th.
So as a conclusion i would say that the T-bar Setup with Kit-chassis is more useful on low grip but when it Comes to high grip the link-Setup is faster.
But as always feel free to test that on yourselves and let me know!

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