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Traction Problem

Discussion in 'rFactor' started by Fahad Gaffoor, Dec 29, 2010.

  1. Fahad Gaffoor

    Fahad Gaffoor

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    Guys, I just started playing rFactor a couple of weeks back..
    Enjoying it a lot..

    So i was wondering, since i play the game with all assists off.. (as im preparing for a league)
    F1RFT 2010

    i seem to have problem with traction.. i really cant feather the throttle during the corner exit.. feels like im about to lose the car..

    I know the differential setting, anti-roll bars have something to do it..
    but please if someone could provide me a better explanation or a guide on how to get a better drive out of the corners without losing my car it would be a big help..

    I have read some setup guides, its great.. but im actually looking for some advice..
    thanks in advance..
     
  2. April Dillon

    April Dillon

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    Since it's a RWD car you're driving, try turning up the differential lock under power. That may give you more rear end grip under power, and help both keep the tail where you want it and improve exit speed. Too much will cause understeer in other places though.

    Correct me if I'm wrong though, I'm no expert.
     
  3. Fahad Gaffoor

    Fahad Gaffoor

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    @lemming - so does that imply i increase the differential power??
     
  4. April Dillon

    April Dillon

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    Yeah. Or reduce it, I'm not sure which. But a well tuned differential helps a lot with grip when putting your power down.