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Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 @ Silverstone

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Setups' started by Benni Strunk, Oct 24, 2014.

  1. Hi guys,

    did anyone make a setup for this combo? I'm struggeling hard to get it right there. Did a 2.01.9xx with my setup, which is 1-2 seconds slower than my times with the other GT3 cars. I'll upload my setup, maybe someone has any tips what to change? Feels quite stable, but slow with too much understeer.

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  2. Added my new setup, i'm pretty happy with that right now. Managed to get a 2.01.142. Is it possible to change the thread title and delete the "Looking for..."? I think this setup is a good base to start for other interested guys :).

    EDIT: oh, and i forgot to add the "GT3" in the thread title, thread is about the race car. @Georg Siebert could you please change it? thanks a lot :)
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  3. May somebody please change the thread title as mentioned in the post before? @Bram Hengeveld maybe? Thank's :). Added a new version of the setup, high 2.00.XXX possible.


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  4. Hi Benny, changed the title - didn't get notified by your tag for some reason.
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  5. Thanks !
  6. Cristian Haba

    Cristian Haba
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    Modified setup from the one above, a bit more downforce and more forgiving suspension geometry (atleast I think so). Try finish your braking before turn in, exits are much more important with this car as it does suffer from understeer at entry and progressive oversteer at exits. Put the power down progressively for best results.

    Hot laps on optimum track circa 2:02.xx to mid 2:01.xx

    For the club race 24L, you might have to raise the suspension for the fuel load. Laps on 88-90% surface around 2:06 - 2:07 and lots of fun.

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