Monte Carlo - Monaco (Wet)

Bram Hengeveld

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Car
McLaren
Aerodynamics
Front Wing Angle: 11
Rear Wing Angle: 9
Braking
Balance: F 46% - R 54%
Pressure: Low
Brake Size: Large
Balance
Ballast Distribution: F 50% - R 50%
Front Anti-roll Bar: 3
Rear Anti-roll Bar: 9
Suspension
Front Ride Height: 4
Rear Ride Height: 5
Front Spring Stiffness: 7
Rear Spring Stiffness: 5
Gearbox
Gear 1: 126 kph / xxx mph
Gear 2: 151 kph / xxx mph
Gear 3: 175 kph / xxx mph
Gear 4: 199 kph / xxx mph
Gear 5: 223 kph / xxx mph
Gear 6: 247 kph / xxx mph
Gear 7: 272 kph / xxx mph​
Engine
Throttle map: Cruise
Fuel: Fixed
Alignment
Camber front: -0.70
Camber rear: -2.50
Toe front: 0.09
Toe rear: 0.20 - 0.23
 
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Zev

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Oct 12, 2010
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easy way :
multiply or divide with 1,6

100 mph = 160 kph

200 khp = approx 125 mph
 

Anthony Lucas

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Oct 1, 2010
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I'm in Europe - MPH is best. Kilometres suck! Down with kilometres!
thats harsh kilometres converts to more, makes you think your going alot faster just imagine them as MPH then you will be doing 300 MPH lol

@Bram the only way i can drive Monaco is if god comes down and drives the car for me lol i still cant get the hang of this track with any setup unless i drive round it at 60 KPH and even then last place is on the cards :)
 
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Monte Carlo - Monaco (Wet) Setting by Bram Hengeveld converted into MPH

Car

McLaren

Aerodynamics

Front Wing Angle: 11
Rear Wing Angle: 9

Braking

Balance: F 46% - R 54%
Pressure: Low
Brake Size: Large

Balance

Ballast Distribution: F 50% - R 50%
Front Anti-roll Bar: 3
Rear Anti-roll Bar: 9

Suspension

Front Ride Height: 4
Rear Ride Height: 5
Front Spring Stiffness: 7
Rear Spring Stiffness: 5

Gearbox

Gear 1: 126 kph / 78 mph
Gear 2: 151 kph / 94 mph
Gear 3: 175 kph / 108 mph
Gear 4: 199 kph / 123 mph
Gear 5: 223 kph / 138 mph
Gear 6: 247 kph / 153 mph
Gear 7: 272 kph / 169 mph

Engine

Throttle map: Cruise
Fuel: Fixed

Alignment

Camber front: -0.70
Camber rear: -2.50
Toe front: 0.09
Toe rear: 0.20 - 0.23
 
Nov 3, 2010
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Europe is better than UK, and I'm English! It would take me about 20 years to get used to using centimetres and kph rather than feet, inches and mph! Better off just getting a converter!