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Discussion in 'F1 2010 Setups' started by Lukian, Sep 29, 2010.
Good Setup with Lotus.
Oh, tks for sharing
Yo Guy's..i drove Lotus on carrer very first season. Turn to a 1.47.107 only after 2 try out the car seem to have a decent drive conduct..i just can't hope to fighting in the top. But challenging and i've adjust the roll bar rear to 9 rather then 11 maybe one or two other try whith the set. without assisting i prefer that.can u tell me how about make no change gear ratio on a lap on online played ??
can someone help me. i'm doing all these's set-up and times in time trail. but i'm seeing the cars don't act the same, so what are people doing it in? do it effect overall time?
Why dont you guys state which mode the setup is for.. Like for me I only do online GP 50% all sims on, and none of this setups works...
For the new -11 game I think there should be different threads for TT, Online GP Equal cars, and offline GP.
Yeah that sounds like a great idea to me.
I did the set up (thread set up) on TT Mclaren, 1:35.951, possibly get a 1:35.5 if I try forever Nice set up!
With a few minute changes for my driving style (small tweaks for higher downforce front and back, equal brake bias, stiffness, rollbars etc) I drove a 1:43.426 in FP2 with Lotus (Season 1) - more than 1 second faster than P2 driver! - using 360 gamepad, med TC, no ABS. Very good setup, find it much simpler to smoothly work through the track and it's quite tolerant of riding the kerbs.
wow this setup is awesome 1:40,983 gp-mode Xbox 360 pad thanks Lukian
I got a 1:29.344 with this set up in a McLaren, thanks
Doing fine and dandy in a Virgin, career mode, pad, with Brams setup. As usual First post, thanks a mill for all your setups, Bram! And to all others who post setups too. I do try out quite a few for every track.
You will never really achieve the same times in career as you will get in time trial, so if you're playing career that would explain why you're struggling to match them. Are you using a wheel or pad? It does make a huge difference. I used to use a pad on PS3 but recently got a good wheel and my times have tumbled dramatically. Hope this helps...