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Old 07-09-2008, 02:08 PM   #1
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please help looking for a set up sheet that some has used and works well for a high grip track please let me know
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Old 07-09-2008, 02:17 PM   #2
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Being such a new class it may be hard to find set-ups. First of all run foam tires if allowed. Secondly, for a high bite track you will probably want to find some stiffer springs and sway bars and go up on your shock oil.

What is the car doing and what do you need it to do better?
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when turning into corner's the rear end wants to come around causing the car to spin out i hardly even have to turn the wheel to have the car do this, i am running frt and rear sway bars hard , twister tires, what kind of set up do you have on your car also loking for a good ride height to have for frt and rear thanks
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on a smooth track about 6mm
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dirt cars on asphalt for what reason i dont see the point? dirt is cheap cheers dan
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dirt cars on asphalt for what reason i dont see the point? dirt is cheap cheers dan
thank you for that wonderful insight next time i have a dirt car I'll keep it in mind unfortunitly the Inferno GT is marketed and sold as an on road car not an off road car the entire layout has been redesigned to be an on road car. not a buggy with slicks. when setup properly it does handel quite well granted it's no touring car but it gets around very well

do a search for jspeed he posted up a link to his setup in the other IGT thread it is a pretty good baseline although you will need to fine tune it for your track it is a good starting point.
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when turning into corner's the rear end wants to come around causing the car to spin out i hardly even have to turn the wheel to have the car do this, i am running frt and rear sway bars hard , twister tires, what kind of set up do you have on your car also loking for a good ride height to have for frt and rear thanks

Pop off the rear sway and move the top rear shock position to the innermost position. You should have 9-10mm ride height.

There is a thread that already has a lot of setup information.

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Try this...
http://infernogt.proboards102.com/in...lay&thread=690
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Hey , these cars hve droop screws, these screws will help with weight transfer.
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Yes ,its just like a touring car just bigger, you hve droop settings ,swaybars,springs,different shock postions,foam tires.I cant wait to get the GT2.
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Go here youll find everything you need for the GT,look for Jspeed..


http://infernogt.proboards102.com/index.cgi
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