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Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa Racing Club' started by scottiedawg66, Jun 7, 2019.
looking forward to it @Bobby Pennington
All we need is @johndough247 and @Keith_G to sign up and we gonna have a party!
Indeed! I find them VERY intriguing and much easier to control than an F1/IndyCar level open-wheeler. Yes, chasing your ghost around DOES help. I found that with practice, I can keep more on throttle than on brake.
Bert, what's this "for once" crap?
Oh @Bobby Pennington you are a clever one! I will be there in spirit watching you but unfortunately have to go to a family dinner on Wednesday!! They always schedule "Everything" on Wed Of course it is her actual birthday so I can't really assume it is a conspiracy I will join you guys next week I'm sure, but this week would get me in big poo poo if I decided to stay home! Will miss you guys but look forward to next time. Have a great race - Keith
Wise man my friend. We get to do so much and they let us be boys. Have fun and hopefully I'll see you next week. I'll keep an eye on that sneaky Irish American @DingoStarr and nudge him into the kitty litter when he trys to lap me
@scottiedawg66 I've been falling asleep on signing up lately, but you know I'll be there
Just an FYI...90% chance of thunderstorms in my area tonight, so if I get zapped from the server and Teamspeak at the same time, you'll know what it is.
Sorry I won't be there for this one! These cars are great to drive and Mugello is such a nice flowing track. Enjoy and be nice to each other
Nice to see someone thinks like me. I do the same thing.
Sorry guys, like a teen on prom night...I don't want to but I gotta pull out. Have a fun race.
Chicken I wasn't really going to nudge you into the litter. I was going to BASH you into the wall See you later this week on next week Roberto
Hope you guys had fun last night! I meant to ask earlier, did anyone else have issues with tire temps/pressures with this car? I only got to practice a little bit with it, but I was really struggling with tire overheating/high pressures on any setup I tried, or at least it appeared that way in the ProTyres app. I downloaded and tried Scott's setup, and it really felt fine, but the temps were going full red at times.
might have been an issue with the pro tires app...with the standard tire app in AC mine were in the optimal range.
Ah ok, thanks, next time I'll try disabling the app and try the standard one. I think there may be updates to ProTyres that I haven't downloaded also, so I should do that.
I raised the left side tires up to 17 because at 16 they were overheating for me. It's a clockwise track, the left side is going to take more abuse.
For whatever reason, these cars always show a little heat issue with proTyres app. Mine were mainly a surface temp ( the top of the tire will show heat across it instead of the entire carcass) so it's not that big of a deal. You'll run into some mods that always show tire temp issues. Has something to do with the tire model they use. The regular Kunos tire app will always show them as ok, but I like proTyres app because I can look at the life of the tire and it's grip windows at different amount of laps. Really useful when you run races over an hour long.
Ok full disclosure, I'm not sure I fully understand what all the various colored boxes are telling me in the proTyres app. I was about to post a screenshot to see if I could get some help, but I see now it is really all explained on the download page for the app. Now I just need to start paying more attention to see how the tire temps (core vs. surface for instance) work together. There is a lot to learn!
I know some of the theory of tire temps across the surface from my real life experience, but I actually haven't really had much luck in sims using camber to adjust the inside-to-outside temps like I would on a real car. I suspect it's just something I'm misunderstanding.