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    Default Post Your Setups In This Thread

    Share your setups for others to try

    Please include:

    Car Make/Model
    Qualify or Race setup
    And the track you created it for
    Dave Slee (DaveS) #38


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    Guys,
    I put together an IROC Porsche setup for Zandvoort. If you don't have the track, No Grip has it: http://www.nogripracing.com/files.php?subcat=51

    IROC Porsche Zandvoort.svm

    I can get a 2:05 time but can do better once I get used to driving a car that has four Hippity-Hops for tires.

    Val

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    So you're figuring we're gonna run Zanny do ya

    IROC race schedule will be posted a bit later tonight (hopefully)

    DaveS
    Dave Slee (DaveS) #38


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    Just did some testing at Westwood. The IROC Porsche is a wobbly beast. There are a lot of settings that can't be changed, including some of the most important ones, like power and coast and preload. Here's a setup I developed to be as stable as possible on this narrow track. I'm not a great setup person, but perhaps this can serve as a base for tweaking.

    http://www.4shared.com/file/EdfqxLDn/IROC_Test.html

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    Dave, I was kinda hoping too... but I am open to any track!

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    Here is my first attempt for a Westwood setup, managed consistant 1:14's with a best of 1:13.608

    http://www.adrive.com/public/b952787...2983f2eda.html

    DaveS
    Last edited by DaveS; 04-22-2011 at 04:19 PM.
    Dave Slee (DaveS) #38


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    One thing to check with the IROC cars, there are some supposedly "historically correct" setups for the IROCs that come with P&G 2. They should be sitting in your GTR2 root folder after installing P&G 2. They are named:

    IROC_street.svm
    IROC_base.svm
    IROC_evo1.svm
    IROC_evo2.svm

    I think the P&G documentation explain each of the setups (the setups evolved throughout the season. The real IROC series required all drivers to use the same fixed setup.)

    I don't have P&G currently installed on my computer, so I can't give you any more details, but I'll get it installed this weekend.
    Eric Elliott
    Terrapin Racing #224

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Hopkins View Post
    Just did some testing at Westwood. The IROC Porsche is a wobbly beast. There are a lot of settings that can't be changed, including some of the most important ones, like power and coast and preload. Here's a setup I developed to be as stable as possible on this narrow track. I'm not a great setup person, but perhaps this can serve as a base for tweaking.

    http://www.4shared.com/file/EdfqxLDn/IROC_Test.html
    Phil, I love your setup, you should consider posting this setup for direct download in the setups sections of the forums. I turned a best of 1:14.1xx with it and really like the way it feels. The car is certainly a tough challenge to drive, but as I get used to it, your setup is helping. Thanks for sharing it -- David
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    Sure. I'm no setup expert, that's for sure. But I've been using the very helpful Guida_GTR2 that I've seen mentioned on other forums here at CMS. It's a step by step guide that really helps me zero in on a stable setup.

    http://www.4shared.com/document/jTF4...uida_GTR2.html

    Glad mine worked for you.

    Phil

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    Default Road Atlanta 1970 - IROC Porsche

    It's a bit squirrely on the outlap, but it gets better after about a lap and a half. PB 1:25.449 in race trim. Enjoy.

    Remember: Slow in...Fast Out.
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