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V8 Springs no more adjustables: why?

Discussion in 'Stock Car Extreme' started by sinarca, Dec 3, 2013.

  1. sinarca

    sinarca

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    I apologize if already explained
     
  2. Wedsley Dias

    Wedsley Dias

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    There was a technical change in the official season of Stock Car 2013:
    Unified the use of springs with the same height and thickness for all teams. This measure was adopted to reduce cost and equalize teams

    For this reason, GSC2013 does not allow this adjustment item.
     
  3. sinarca

    sinarca

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    Ah ok, thanks ! It's a shame because some bumpy tracks require
    softer springs.
    I' have tasted several times the wall....:-(
     
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  4. Troy Barman

    Troy Barman

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    Curitiba is the killer for me.
     
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  5. Wedsley Dias

    Wedsley Dias

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    Still, the options of fast and slow compression can help.
     
  6. sinarca

    sinarca

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    Among other things, GSC2012 springs stiffness by default was minor than GSC2013:
    200N/mm front and 185 N/mm. rear, Vs. 245 N/mm.