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Kyrill Verheij

Hello, i was trying to make a nice setup for my mine ^^ But my question is.. my tyre right rear tyre is 60 celsius... and my front is 90/95 celsius.. that should be good enough i thould. So how can i make my read tyre hotter to make a better lap? thx
 

Paulo Ribeiro

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Basically, if you want to increase some temps, increase some tire pressure to your tires, dont forget to read the inner-medium-out
temperature, you dont want to drive with a medium tire value higher/much higher than the in-out, despite some tracks like Monza, where you can afford to have a slighty higher medium value :yo:
 

Bram Hengeveld

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The Mini Coopers are front wheel drive cars, which means that the fronttyres do the most of the work resulting in higher temps in the front. The rear tyres are just following and have lower temps, which is normal.
 
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Kyrill Verheij

The Mini Coopers are front wheel drive cars, which means that the fronttyres do the most of the work resulting in higher temps in the front. The rear tyres are just following and have lower temps, which is normal.
So it doesnt mather howmany kpa I do?
 
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go for most equal temp from inside to outside the rest dosent matter realy cuz the do mostly nothing like Bram said
 
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Kyrill Verheij

Ok, thx for your help :D I think i will get faster laps whit this help :D
 

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