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Discussion in 'rFactor 2 Racing Club & Leagues' started by Jamie, Sep 28, 2017.
Did the glitch come back after the update?
Tony, don’t remove me pleaseeee.
Thanks so much Jamie about your setting, algo I sent mine if you want to test. Some interesting to read.
Has been away from on-line racing for a while, but this looks like a good one to get goin again
Sign me in please
@Nick Milton don't know if you use it but Razer Cortex(Gamebooster), if not its worth a try before doing a reinstall it helped stop microstutters in Raceroom for me and helped a couple of other games I always use it while gaming.
Hello Sten. Welcome to the Aussie RD club. Please be reminded Teamspeak is mandatory when you race ( just in case issues arise etc) as is having your real name both in-game and on TS.
We look forward to welcoming you to our friendly club on Sunday.
Thx! Looking forward to Sundays race and I'll be on TS for sure. So, on to practice.
I'm not so experienced in setting up a scheme for testing out car setups so I'll probably will stick to the default, with minor changes. I've got a lot of work to do to get familiar with the track and to improve on my driving skills so I'm not looking for an optimally tweaked setup just at stable and balanced one to work from.
So, I wonder if anyone of you can give me a hint on how good/driveable the default setup is compared to the ones you're using
Greatful for any help. Thx in advance
Sign me up please. @Tony @Jamie
Tyre pressures seem seriously high in these cars, so lower them as much as possible. Also I'm running a detached rear ARB to try and counter that sudden snap oversteer on corner exit.
It's definitely a tricky combination, the car and the nature of the track is going to make it a long 45 minutes lol
Yeh your times look like your struggling
1 lap is fine, will see how I go once the tyres are gone lol will be good fun though!
I should be on the server this afternoon if anyone wants to do some laps.
Add me in please guys
Thanks a lot Shawn. I started to lower the tyre pressures a bit but I'll take your advice and go further down. Also good for my self confidence to hear that the snap oversteer is experienced by others and not only caused by my driving skills, or lack of. I'll go for your advice on the rear ARB setting.
Well, that's for later. Now it's well past bedtime here in Stockholm and I have to get up quite early and practice for the race.
I'm in for a change.
Sebring is always nice
I'm listed twice.
yer we thought we would give yo a double chance
No server Tony?.....
setting it up