For cars with larger rear tires than front tires, add -1% brake bias and add .1 to front toe.
If single tire temperature differences exceed 10 degrees, then increase antiroll bar settings and retest.
NOTE: There is a relationship between the vehicles weight, aerodynamic downforce, and the tires ability to warm and cool to optimal operating pressures. Lighter cars may benefit from lower pressures, and high downforce or heavyweight cars may require higher than normal pressures
NOTE: Gearing, power and torque won't directly effect how the differential works.
Use the benckmark in-game to dial in optimum final drive ratio's for max speed or
max acceleration tracks accordingly.
Add or remove camber to prevent uneven heating.
Increase front positive toe to improve turn-in response, decrease to improve stability. Increase rear negative toe to improve rear stability, decrease to reduce understeer.
Closely related to front camber settings. Don't adjust out of the 5.6 to 6.0 range
while used with the other settings. 5.5 Caster adds approx 3 degrees of dynamic
camber to the front wheels at full sterring lock.
Anti Roll Bars
Front Anti Roll Bars:
Rear Anti Roll Bars:
Front Springs (lbs/in)
Rear Springs (lbs/in)
You may need to adjust your ride height. Lower is better, but too low may cause excessive bottoming out. Adjust as needed.
Front Rebound Stiffness:
Rear Rebound Stiffness:
Front Bump Stiffness:
Rear Bump Stiffness:
Don't underestimate the effects of downforce. Adjust for more speed or for more
Brake Balance: Set brake balance to 47% front. Adjust balance in 2% increments for
best feel, stability or benchmark performance.
Brake Pressure: Set brake pressure to 110% with ABS, 90% without ABS. Adjust pressure
in 5% increments for best feel or benchmark performance.
If rear tires are at least 30mm wider than front tires subtract 1% from brake balance.
Adjust force in +/-5% increments for best feel, or benchmark performance.
Adjust balance in +/-2% increments for best feel, or benchmark performance.
Use friction telemetry screen to determine which wheels are losing traction first and adjust balance accordingly.
FWD: 35% Accel. / 0% Decel.
RWD: 60% Accel. / 50% Decel.
AWD Front: 35% Accel. / 0% Decel.
AWD Rear: 80% Accel. / 70% Decel.
AWD Split: 25% Front / 75% Rear