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Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme Setups' started by Bram, Jul 23, 2011.
My setup for Interlagos
Thanks Bram will give it a try :eek:
onde coloca o arquivo?
In your setup folder: X:\Games\GSC\USERDATA\YourName\Settings\Interlagos
Here is my V2, has less understeer than the original I posted:
View attachment KP_Interlagos_RaceV2.svm
Here is my Interlagos Set, good for race:
Thanks for sharing, Keith.
Keith, what is your time with this setup?
Hi Fabianoh, think I was doing 1:38's with it, but I'm not the best driver around that's for sure, so I think low 38's and high 37's would be possible by others. I created the set based on race though and not pure speed (it has 55L of fuel), so if that's what you are asking then you might be better off using Bram's set? Also I think the sets that come with GSC are the best default sets I've ever seen come with a sim, so they are a really good base to start with, that's what I did with this set.
What are you wanting to achieve though?
So I am not that bad after all, did 1:39 with default setup with a DFGT. Will try your V2 setup, thanks!
thx for share
How do you get 95% brake pressure on V8's?
Mine only moves between 80%-90% - very strange.
Bump, can anyone explain above re brake % at 95%?
this video was for version 1.6 where the brake pressure could get up to 100%, since this new version 1.7 thebrake pressure can reach a maximum at 90%
Watch the video, awesome run but for me i played a little of it and can't break onto the 1.30:000 times, using a LDFP wheel and pedals
Would you be even able to do the time with a Logitech Drive Force Pro wheel and pedals?
Thanx for the setup will give it a try and compare to my setup, comments to come later
I was getting 1.39's on this track, then I installed your setup Keith and got a low 1.37 right away. I changed only the brake bias a little and the steering lock. After many laps I tried lowering the wing to 3, since that is what I am most used to. I can now slide around turns and hit curbs happily without spinning out ever. Not only is this setup improving my lap time, but I now have a tremendous amount of control over the car too. Yeah, the 3 wing slides a lot, but once you learn how to slide the car well, you can pretty much get the car to do whatever you want it to.
I purposely drift the car on 3 turns and it helps me retain a higher speed. If I begin to lose control, I can recover very easily, which is the best part about it. I can also give it gas early coming out of a turn without spinning around - and if it begins to spin, again - I can recover easily. The 3 wing also handles all of the curbs without any problems - it's probably what I like most about driving the car. The 3 wing loves grass too, lol.
I was just on a server and I drove over the last high curb before the long straight-away and a guy drafting me made the mistake of following me over the same curb. He spun out badly and took out 3 other cars behind him. I knew before I approached the curb that he would follow me over it and wipe out. It was pretty funny. Normally I avoid that curb, but I couldn't resist setting the trap.
Can I use this setup for GSC 2013?