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Messages - Seanus
« on: June 19, 2020, 09:07:24 PM »
« on: June 19, 2020, 11:36:15 AM »
I've got you covered, somethings coming in shortly.
Bump is good, I had overlooked that!
Direct car link, still from Shaun's site http://www.mediafire.com/file/cimkvg6jdvpora2/Radical_SR3_V1.4.rar/file
edit: Just use the above and drop my update into it. My update is just the one replacement file. (and not mandatory)
And I'll rehost the track shortly, but look into uBlock origin as a browser extension, with it I have no problem with Sharemods links. And nix any antivirus software you have, they are all a scam.
For the track use this link https://drive.google.com/file/d/1uWp1rSVlt6bIXhuOKNVGxd_ZsnOpS9cz/view?usp=sharing
Bump, see post above.
Dated tomorrow but uploaded today the Valiant gets a lot more camber compensation at the rear. Previously the Hillman received De-Dion rear suspension. And the other two seemed to be quite good out of the box.
First time I've used Camber Extravaganza and noted that as well as giving a delta to 'ideal' camber it can also be used as a guide for rollbar stiffness.
If the outside wheel has gone into positive camber but CC still recommends adding more positive camber then the car has rolled too much and you need to stiffen that end.
Bump, see post above.
Rationalised the wheel inertia and weights, meaning a redo of spring and damper rates. Both get 5 speeds and all the ratios available for their DG500 Hewland boxes.
Valiant and Hillman have been corrected in today's update.
If we use Hotlap mode and the 'Friends Leaderboard' app we can track the car's speed. I've only done a handful of laps at Big Willow in the Imp and Charger.
Sorry Phil, I've put the XU1 on the back burner for the time being.
This may take a while, so probably not the next season or even the next.
Whole thing's a bespoke tubular chassis with 908 running gear, once you turn the motor around all you need to do is flip the diff left to right.
Do you think the spring frequencies and damper rates are in a good spot for such a car? I'd like to keep them fixed or with a tiny amount of range just to tip the balance one way or the other. Which way the wheels point I've left wide open.
Thanks Roo, I missed that, was just about to ask for a rerun. I believe the CSP version may have caused it as JPG_18, the one behind the physics extensions, mentioned that the steering ratio adjustment in the patch was broken, but that it is now toggled off.
1970 Hillman Imp Ford V8, Harry Lefoe
1972 Alfa Romeo GTAm Tipo 33 2.5 V8, Brian Foley
1974 Valiant Charger Repco Holden F5000 V8- John McCormack
1975 Porsche 911- mid-engined 2.1 Turbo, Jim McKeown
1976 Chev Corvair Chev V8, Frank Gardner
Toe, Camber and a little bit of ride height(for Rake) will be the only things adjustable. See the latest iteration of the Lefoe for the direction I'm going in.