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Old 12-19-2008, 05:56 AM
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I would suggest going back to the basic kit setup.

From there, make one change at a time and see how it reacts to how you like the car to work on a given track.

Some people like a very twitchy, responsive car. Others like one that pitches into the corner and looses corner speed.

I personally like a car to be setup so that when it is pushed hard into a corner, it will understeer slightly. This makes grip usually close to my own limits, (providing the speed is good enough) So when it understeers, I know for the next corners to plan accordingly on how much steering and speed I can give it.

Roll centres, wheelbase, roll bars and suspension settings are all there for the smaller adjustments, (even bodyshells) but i'd say your first stop is tyres and what additive you're laying down.

hope that helps!
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