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Skip Barber Formula 2000 setups

Discussion in 'iRacing Setups' started by William Nowell, Jan 7, 2011.

  1. Dario Jagar

    Dario Jagar

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    here are mine sets, good for consistent 1.46,## in race trim
    love this combo
     

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  2. Connor Clifford

    Connor Clifford

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    Okayama setup

    View attachment Oky59s.sto

    Okayama setup. Runs 59s on the short layout and 44s on the long1. Spent a lot of time with this car the other day and this setup dropped my lap times drastically. Tricky at 1st but as long as you blip the throttle on downshifts it's very easy to drive once you get used to it.
     
  3. Sam Peacock

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  4. Pritch

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    Anyone got a setup for lime rock plz....
     
  5. Erik Hafner

    Erik Hafner

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    im driving pressure on 124, brake on 54% and ARB on 7. try it
     
  6. Pritch

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    ty will give it a go
     
  7. Bushi

    Bushi

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    What is a good setup for Watkins Glen classic with the skip barber?
    My outer temp. is always 30°C colder than the middle and inner.

    Btw, what is a good time on this track? I've seen guys putting in 1.22's, but i don't know if they did it with slipstream or not. Just got into this series, so a bit clueless about setup and times.

    I'm putting in low 1.24's-high 1.23's for the moment, without slipstream.
     
    Last edited: Feb 16, 2014
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