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Old 06-03-2009, 03:40 PM   #16
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The programs are very cool. I will say they are even better for those that know how to use Excel. I never use Excel so for me to even save stuff was a problem but then my buddy showed me how and now it is alot better for me. Just little bumps until I learn Excel a little better and mess with the programs more. Overall they are easily worth the money I paid for them.
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Thanks WYD!
Not a problem. I will be messing with the program more this weekend. Last week I didn't have much time since i have not been to the track in a few years so I had to spend alot of time working on the car and didn't get to mess around as much as I would of liked to but this weekend will be a little different. I plan on putting my ending setup from last week in the program and save it so when I'm at the races on Saturday I'm just one step ahead.
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just got the program i guess and not sure how to use it any help is great help
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do you have the Corally RDX in the works

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just got the program i guess and not sure how to use it any help is great help
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Set your screen settings to 1280 X 1024 for best results.

Start with your neutral car setup.
Practice on the track and adjust the handling to where its close to getting race ready. Weigh and enter car weights into the program.
(optional with the use of scales system)

Next, set the parameters until cross weight CW reads FREE in condition box.
This will set the front to rear weight of the car insync with the program.(balance)

Each track may have different parameters, setup balance.

As tire wear and weights change or track gets loose as the day gos on the program condition and crossweight percentage will keep you very close.

The program has a practice tab on it (bottom left tab).

You right click on the practice tab and copy and rename the new tab as qualifier 1
any changes made from practice tab to qualifier can be veiwed or printed out at any time (just click on the tab). Making one change at a time.

You can save as many tabs as you like, qualifier 1,qualifier 2, qualifier 3, main, etc. or do multiple cars.

When your done at the end of the day save the program as (track-date) for reviewing at a later time.

The more you use the program ,the more patterns will develop, the better understanding and better decision making you will have with your cars handling.

Your can personalize any screen with pictures and more...it all about having fun!

I hope this helps out.
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Bang for the dollar the programs are worth the money. Very cheap for everything plus when he has updates he sends them to you. Tough to beat. I have not messed around with mine as much as I should be in the end I'm glad I spent the money.

The better that you are with Excel the better the program is. I'm not too good with Excel but I had a buddy mess with my program and he like it alot. I think soon he will get the program because in the end they can make a setup sheet for pretty much any car. Just takes time.
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