Wanted to say hello to all and tell you how much i enjoy the forums. I am a 47 year old veteran of GT1-5,GTR(2),Forza1-3,i-racing, LFS and many more racing sim-type games. I hope i am not stepping on the rules or a previous posting but i noticed alot of confusion concerning setups and where to begin doing setups...so i thought i would share my collection of tips.Hope it helps newcomers to the fun of suspension tuning! Setup Reference Guide A)Understeer correction Understeer INTO Corner...*soften front comp. dampers *soften rear rebound dampers *softer front anti-roll bar *harder rear anti-roll bar Understeer MID Corner....*softer front anti-roll bar *harder rear anti-roll bar *increase front downforce *decrease rear downforce *increase camber Understeer OUT of Corner.*harder front rebound dampers *harder rear comp. dampers *softer front anti-roll bar *harder rear anti-roll bar B)Oversteer correction Oversteer INTO Corner....*harder front comp. dampers *harder rear rebound dampers *harder front anti-roll bar *softer rear anti-roll bar Oversteer MID Corner.....*harder front anti-roll bar *softer rear anti-roll bar *decrease front downforce *increase rear downforce Oversteer OUT of Corner..*softer front rebound dampers *softer rear comp. dampers *harder front anti-roll bar *softer rear anti-roll bar *raise rear ride height *soften rear suspension stiffness C)Basic suspension principles If you increase overall stiffness...vehicle will become responsive grip reduced over bumps and rough surfaces resistence to body roll increased If you increase front stiffness.....Induces understeer Reduces oversteer Front resistence to body roll increases If you increase rear stiffness......Induces oversteer Reduces understeer Rear resistence to body roll increases If you increase front anti-roll.....Induces understeer Reduces oversteer Reduces camber change in corners If you increase rear anti-roll......Induces oversteer Reduces understeer Reduces camber change in corners If you increase rebound only........tires may leave surface on bumps and rough surfaces If you increase bump only...........body roll is resisted vehicle may become less stable D)Analysing Setups 1.Gearing & Tire selection 2.Brakes 3.Ride height & Springs 4.Anti-Roll bars 5.Camber & Toe settings 6.Dampers 7.Aerodynamics This is by no means the only way of analysing setups...i personally find it easier to start with gears and tires and work from there. I also try to avoid radical camber,toe,and dampers settings unless the car warrants it...let the springs and anti-roll bars do their work and make smaller adjustments to the rest. Again...great forums...great community...awesome tuners...hope i have done my part to add something useful!