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  1. This suspension setup suits my driving style. I normally run -3.00, -1.50, .09, .29/.32 — 7, 4, 7, 4, 4, 4 — at least as my base to build off of. I’ll be experimenting with it on other tracks as well. I love the way it handles during off throttle (which I’m almost always 50/70. Shaved .6 seconds down to a 139.5 in TT with my first go. Cheers mate
  2. Team: HAAS Lap Time: 1:24.549 Race Mode: Career - One-shot Q Weather: Dry Controller Type: PS4, ABS, Med TC Aerodynamics Front Wing Aero: 5 Rear Wing Aero: 6 Transmission Differential Adjustment On Throttle: 50% Differential Adjustment Off throttle: 70% Suspension Geometry Front Camber: -2.70 Rear Camber: -1.20 Front Toe: 0.07 Rear Toe: 0.26 Suspension Font Suspension: 9 Rear Suspension: 4 Front Anti-Roll Bar: 9 Rear Anti-Roll Bar: 4 Front Ride Height: 5 Rear Ride Height: 4 Brakes Brake Pressure: 82% Front Brake Bias: 60% Tyres Tyres Front Tyre Pressure: 23.0psi Rear Tyre Pressure: 21.1psi Weight Distribution Ballast: 7 Best race lap: 1:27.049 Little rough on tyre wear - I'll be tweaking next go round
  3. Well I'm sure someone can probably answer the question better than I. Especially regarding OFF THROTTLE. But those have been my personal observations....after watching a YouTube vid and experimenting. TRL Limitless vid:
  4. The way I've come to understand it is: ON THROTTLE - the lower, the more stable the rear end so far as breaking loose when accelerating out of a corner --- but the higher, the quicker. So deciding between stability and quickness depending on your skill with the throttle on your wheel/controller. I personally usually run 50-60%. OFF THROTTLE - the lower (it seems to me), the less quickly engine drag from downshifting actually slows you down. I personally run 75-80%. I feel pretty confident in my description of ON THROTTLE, but OFF THROTTLE is still a bit iffy. I just know where I like it. Deke
  5. Mate. The best way to find YOUR setup is...try all these different suggestions (whether for your team or not), figure out the one that best suits your driving style....ie, the one that feels best to you... Then use that as your base. Typically Aero tweaks can make all the difference track to track, once you find the feel of the car.....granted, sometimes you mess with other stuff just to find out.....but typically. I mean, when I try BAM Myst's setups (pretty much the fastest I've seen posted here *kudos*), I can barely keep the car under control....granted I'm driving a HAAS in Career with a PS4 controller. Yet Maggi's setups for Force India, seem to work well for me. I've learned no matter how much I tweak it in some scenarios.....I get slower. The point is, you find a setup that makes the car "make sense" to you.....and you save that as your BASE setup....then tweak from there. At least that's my two cents on setups. Deke
  6. Yep. Power Unit Lifespan adjusts to your driving style. C2 after AUS race completion Lifespan at 248 laps.
  7. I think he's talking about selecting the "All Audio" setting in the PS4 Sound/Devices section.
  8. Well, C3, C4 & C5 were 209. I suppose I'll just run the AUS race with C2 as well to get a more accurate comparison. Maybe the Lifespan (lap count) adjusts to my driving style? I have a hard time believing something that complex was coded in. But perhaps it is based off the same logic as the Race Strategy coding for Personalized plans. I'm no coder. Confusing to me. Will update. D
  9. Um. So doing a second 50% career with HAAS to test this issue...and found something else... C1 (career 1) After 20 laps P1+2+3+Q total, and 28 laps for rac - 48 laps. TotalPower Unit shows: 240 LAP lifespan - 192 laps left - 17% OVR wear C2 (career 2) After 26 laps P1+2 total Total Power Unit shows: 205 LAP lifespan - 179 laps left - 11% OVR wear All assists and Race settings identical in both C1 & C2....So why in the world are the expected lifespans different? One is 240 and the other is 205? Going to start a C3 and see if it is also different. Perhaps it is a randomized feature? Anyone else ever seen/noticed this?
  10. PS4 HAAS Does anyone else still feel that the engine and parts wear is still a little off? I haven't done a 100% distance season yet. I am wondering if I am getting "charged" 2 laps for every 1 made in Practice. I'm on my second attempt at a 50% Career, and after Australia race completed showing a total of 17% wear...which is good, but I did the absolute minimum laps in Practice, even only taking 1 lap in each P2 & P3. But surely I should see that amount of wear even after - say - doing the Race Strategy practice session with all 3 available tyres....I am currently going to test this against the 2nd career and see the difference. I don't know, I guess I'm just wondering if I'm the only one who still feels it's a bit off. I find it to hard to believe that I have to put ALL points into Durability. Deke
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