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I changed the front diff tuning to the following:
preload: 80 N/m
and it's perfectly stable now.
Here's a video:
I'm not sure that the handling is 100% accurate to real life - a bit unstable as others have said - but decent enough I guess. Also great...
The Assetto Corsa config has a torque curve and power output almost identical to the real car (around 10 nM off), so might want to take a look at that
Nice job with the update, and thank you. One nitpick (because it's going to bug me): it's Huayra, not Huayara ;)
That's pretty amazing. Thanks for sharing :D
It's more the inertia effects, not really the look ahead
It's good to look at, but nauseating and distracting if you're actually driving IMO
It was handed over to someone else to do, but he was banned, I think. I sadly don't have time to maintain the sheet anymore and no one else has...
Fine with me. Probably fine with jojos38 as well since they have made a public GitHub page.
The tires work fine on my side
Did you get a 5:07 with the FR17 using a keyboard as well? If so, that's honestly really impressive :D
I've seen someone mention that they got a 6:59, so sub 7:00 is possible. I also wonder if the tires on the car are a fair comparison to the tires...
Here's a lap of the Nordshleife for people to compare to whatever they consider a real life counterpart. The car handles perfectly well...
Make sure you're using the softest tires for the FR17
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I've seen someone mention that they got a 6:59, so sub 7:00 is...
Civetta Scintilla GTs Corse with Carrera GT sound mod by Kirbyguy
Ah. If you upload a video of a lap, I'm sure someone will be able to give you pointers. Low 07:00 or even sub 7 mins is possible with the GTs...
Thanks. What input device are you using though?
I do wonder as well. I doubt I'll do a build with full power though. I prefer RWD and I'm struggling to get a decent suspension tune with ~1150...
Thanks. I find that the platform is really well balanced. Obviously power is more than adequate, even just the NA V10. I was a bit skeptical about...