Sharing Setups Use the subforum here for sharing setups. GTL-specific tips Live telemetry To show live telemetry in GTL, install the XD plugin here: http://www.vitumo.de/ Show damper settings in real units Open your *.PLR file and set Damper Units="1". The damper settings in the garage will now show in real force units (3000 Ns/m etc) instead of step increment (1,2,3,4,5 etc). Although the real units will not easily tell you how stiff or soft the dampers are, they will show you the difference between Bump and Rebound. Normally if you set both the Bump and Rebound to 1 it doesn't mean that the two damper forces are equal and this will be much clearer if you show the real units instead of step increment. It will also show you how much one click affects the damper value (some cars will give just a small change in damper force per click, will other cars give a larger jump in damper values). Changing wing settings, making asymmetric setup and changing fast-speed damper setting Since the garage menu in GTL is simplified compared to rFactor and GTR2 it doesn't show all the available setup options in game. However, GTL works in the same way as these sims but in GTL we have to edit these settings manually. To edit the setup go to Userdata/*username*/Settings/*track* and open the setup file *.svm in Notepad. Here's the extra options you can change: Wing settings: In the svm file look for [FRONTWING] and [REARWING]. By increasing the setting you increase the downforce. Note that none of the default cars have wings and it's extremely rare that mods have them too. Only cars I remember that has adjustable wings are Porsche 935 and BMW E21 320 Asymmetric setup: In the svm file you can change the setup of each individual corner which is not possible from the garage menu. In the svm file, the sections for each corner are named [FRONTRIGHT] etc.. Now you can change springs/dampers/camber/pressures for each wheel. Note that having uneven dampers and springs usually makes the car more difficult to drive and can just as easily make you slower than a symmetric setup (I never use asymmetric springs/dampers). However, adjusting the tyre pressure in each corner can help you get even temperature distribution in all tyres. Fast-speed dampers: The garage menu only shows the damper settings for slow speed damping, so to edit the fast-speed you can edit the settings FastBumpSetting and FastReboundSetting in the svm file. SlowBump refers to damping under slow suspension movements (braking and turn-in for instance) and FastBump is for high velocity suspension movements (driving over bumps/kerbs).