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  #11 (permalink) Old 01-26-2010
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Sure john, I'll try anything. Appreciate it.
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Try this setup.It's from Michael Main.He posted it awhile ago,but it's very stable.

You'll have to <1 click the lr perch to get the ride height,but I didn't do anything else,and while maybe not the fastest,it is very steady.Starts to tighten up quite a bit at around 30 laps.It should be a good setup start.

Get used to driving loooooose,it's the only way to keep up.lol

Good news is,it's easier to correct than it was in NR2003.Takes a lot of getting used to.I'm sure not real comfortable most of the time.Ha!

Smooth off and on the throttle,same with the brakes,the least input you need the better.lol

Can't help with the steering,but I always have to change the ratio for my TSW.10-1 is crazy for me.

For a change of pace,try out the spec racer this week,it's a riot.I even managed to finish a Charlotte road course race on the lead lap.lol(all be it,by about 10ft.Ha!)A lot of fun.



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Put this file in your /Documents/iRacing folder.

Make sure to back up the original in case you want it again.
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Any chance it could have something with the latest build to do?
I tried practicing in the SK at Stafford for week 1 but I can't get 1 lap down and i've tried all my old sets + the defaults. The LM has a little of the same too but not as much. I haven't tried anyother cars but I've read about the legend and dallara having similar issues for some.
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Thanks everyone, I got it driving a little better. Haven't yet tried your control file john. But I think I've narrowed it down to the ffb. when I turn it off I can drive fine but that's not fun because I can't feel anything, so I've just got to keep it real low. I used the Daytona promo today so now have Daytona and the COT, and tbh, even though the COT is a death trap I seem to be able to control it better than the truck.
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Originally Posted by DPawlak View Post
NO FFB...
So would you say turning OFF FFB is a good idea? I'm loving the FFB, but I love being more consistent as well lol.
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