Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Setups' started by Peter Hartz, Oct 22, 2014.
anyone got some good setups?
stay off the inside kerbs
Can someone post their times with this setup please? I'd like to see how good or bad I am compared to the average sim driver.
With my own setup I topped at 2:21.2, race pace 2:22.0
Will try this setup tonight
can you share it?
It is not finished yet, still working on improving it, will share what I have though when I get to my PC, currently on my phone
2:21.9 was my top with this setup, soft tyres and low fuel can bring it down to 2:21.2 (and maybe even sub 2:21)
did faster with mine
If you lower your rear wing 1 click, diff power to 50% or so you can take a second off your time @Ricardo Umans
I took off 0.6 with just the diff power and softer front suspension. Although I dont think the front needs adjustment, its steady enough I suppose
I am not the most reliable driver I bet my setup can go faster as well. Does feel like yours misses topspeed for Blanchimont, Kemmel Straight and maybe even Pouhon though
makes it all up in the corners
Im sure it does, however IMO it is harder to defend on a straight than in a corner during a race
Simple example, we did a multiclass race a while ago, me in a fast GT2 vs an F Abarth. I overtook it on a straight and then simply defended in the corners where I was slower, just to pull away at the next straight leaving no opportunity to overtake And since our topspeeds differs over 10kph I think my setup is stronger during a race
Is more or less better/faster for the diff power?
I think, not sure, that more is better as you will put more power to the track, although if it is too high you will have massive wheel spin and totally lose it
Have driven @Ricardo Umans Setup in yesterdays Club Race. Just reduced Wings to 5/4, Diff down to 50% and reduced front camber by 1 click, increased rear camber by 1 click. Haven`t done a hot lap cause i just wanted to be confirm with the balance in race. Should be fine for high 2.21 - low 2.22 with 30 Liters of fuel and Meds.
More is usually better when you accelerate in a straight line. It will give you equal power on both wheels. But in corners it can make the car very 'snappy', so you suddenly get oversteer when one or both wheels start spinning. Lowering the diff makes it more predictable and usually easier to handle. When you're not spinning the wheels, lower diff gives you a bit more oversteer on exits, which can be useful, especially on a lot of exits at Spa.
Yep, "throttle" steering is very useful in spa, since AC is the only game in which i can feel what threar of the car is doing
I think if people can handle 10% / 10% diff settings, then they should go for it.
PS: Congratulations for 2nd forum message achievement
Just a setup, definitly not the best, but rather competitive for both qualif and racing.
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