Helping McLaren F1 Stability at 170+ mph; no Wing

Discussion in 'FM4 Tuning' started by Tone1872, Jan 22, 2014.

  1. Tone1872

    Tone1872

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    Hi, all. I am wondering if there's a way to tune to help the stability of the F1 at high speed (170+) without ruining the look of the car by adding a wing at front or rear? The car is already supposed to have a wing that automatically extends.
    Thanks,
    Tone
     
  2. YakieS1

    YakieS1

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    Hey Tone, what do you mean by stability? I doubt you're trying to do a steady turn, but is the rear stepping out if you even try to "change lanes" on a straight? I'd start by adding rear toe in, then soften rear anti roll and damping...
     
  3. Tone1872

    Tone1872

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    Hi and thanks, YakieS1. The F1 McLaren is easy to put out of control when driving straight because the car is so sensitive to steering input at 170+ mph without a wing. I'll do what you suggest--if you have more advice, that would be welcome.
    Thanks,
    Tone