Nascar3 Quickfix for Setups
by David Reid

This may not be a complete fix but will give you a Idea where to start.

Pushing or Tight

Push Going in the turn

Push Coming off the turn

  1. Move weight back
  2. Decrease cross weight
  3. increase both rear shocks
  4. Increase rear tire pressure
  5. Increase rear sway bar
  6. Decrease front sway bar
  7. Increase rear sway bar
  1. Decrease right front tire pressure
  2. Decrease right front shock
  3. Increase right rear shock
  4. Increase right rear tire pressure
  1. Decrease left front tire pressure
  2. Increase right rear tire pressure
  3. Decrease left front shock
  4. Increase right front shock

Loose

Loose going in

Loose coming off the turn

  1. Move weight forward
  2. Increase cross weight
  3. Decrease both rear shocks
  4. Decrease rear tire pressure
  5. Increase front tire pressure
  6. Increase front sway bar
  7. Decrease rear sway bar
  1. Increase right front shock
  2. Decrease right rear shock
  3. Increase right front tire pressure
  4. Decrease right rear tire pressure
  1. Increase left front shock
  2. Decrease right rear shock
  3. Increase left front tire pressure
  4. Decrease left rear tire pressure

    Start with the ACE setup and learn the track. Ok after you have done that for about 2 hours then it's time to tweak your setup. Remember to make your  adjustments a little at a time don't go in and change all of your shocks at once by 20% make small adjustments and practice ,practice . practice. The problem I had when I first started the game was the car felt like it was pushing at every track, I soon learned that I was driving in to the turns to hard sometimes you have to go a little slower to go fast. and doesn't hurt to let the car roll a little before getting back in the throttle.

Camber

    I never mess with the camber as long as my tire temps are even all the way across the tire.

Gear

    I usually like to see that oil light blink one or two time before I let off for the turn normally I only adjust 4th gear

Grill Tape

    On big tracks like Talladega I run as much as I can without blowing the motor ( In a Race about 70% / 100% for Qualifying) On short tracks I don't worry much about it

I hope this has helped

D_REID

 


 

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