Request: setup B6 Alpina Laguna Seca

Discussion in 'R3E Setups' started by Don Rudi, Mar 17, 2017.

  1. Don Rudi

    Don Rudi

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    Hi all,

    can anyone help out with a good setup for the B6 Alpina for Laguna Seca?
     
  2. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    Fast lap time setup or comfortable setup?
     
  3. Don Rudi

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    Fast but driveable ;)
     
  4. Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan

    Caramidaru Andrei Bogdan
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    This is a base setup that I use for most Gt3, after I do more tweaks.
    Front toe in - 1.0
    Rear toe in +1.0, lower this if you have to much understeer, lowering will also add more oversteer and more twitchy under braking
    Front bump/rebound 6/8
    Rear bump/rebound low number for slow tracks/slow corners high for opposite
    Minimum suspension front and rear
    Max camber, if the car is to tail happy at corner entry try to have front camber no more than 1 degree more From rear. So rear - 3.9 front - 4.9
    Minimum front antirollbar, minimum to medium rear
    Wing 5-8 depending on skill
    Preload 1,increase if you lose the car under braking
    Brakes pressure 100 and as close as possible to 50/50 on balance, I would go 54/46 and see if I lock up
    20+ on traction control

    In my hands the Alpina has strong corner speed and good power, so try to focus on that, don't push the corner entry to hard, brake a tad early for corner speed and focus on a good exit, especially up the hill and last corner
     
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  5. Don Rudi

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    Thanks so much Mr C :) I will give it a thorough try after breakfast - sounds like this might also be the first time I find a setup for the Nissan like this :D