Hi, I thought I'd challenge myself by seeing how I could set up a BMW 2002 Turbo with 350kW to run at Deep Forest. But I've bitten off more than I can chew! I've tried every trick I know, but it remains a darty little beast which drifts and snaps without warning. So if people could have a look at my setup and suggest settings to make it more controllable without changing any parts, that would be great thanks. PARTS: racing exhaust, chip, turbo stage 3, large intercooler, port polish, balancing (350kW) sports medium tyres racing brakes, BBC FC suspension, FC gearbox, triple clutch, racing flywheel, lightened driveshaft full LSD, stage 3 weight, stiffness enhance SETTINGS: BBC 13 / 18 springs 3.6 / 3.6 height 180 / 180 damper bound 8 / 2 damper rebound 10 / 2 camber 1.5 / 1.5 toe -2 / 4 stabiliser 5 / 1 gears 3.75 / 2.62 / 2.16 / 1.74 / 1.43 / 1.15 (set with FD = 2.5, auto =11), FD 2.8 LSD 30 / 20 / 40 COMMENTS: My challenge was to stuff the little BMW with 350kW and get it to handle nicely on Sports Medium tyres without downforce. Of course, the handling could be easily fixed with more rubber or aero, but that would be too easy! I found the rear brake could be increased to 24 without locking, but I reduced it to get some entry understeer. If a suspension setting can reduce it's twitchyness then I'd like to return the rear brake to 24. The rest of the suspension is a bit of a mess, I tried everything to make it understeer with little success, in the end the main improvement was LSD decel. The -ve front toe was deliberately used to reduce turn-in, that's how desparate I was! My best lap was 1:23.2 (but I'm not a very good driver, I'm sure quicker is possible).