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ekracing

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Still in desperate search of some kick ass \stick to the track like glue using a wheel (Gen6) setups (for all tracks), anybody have some ??? I'm no good at making them, please help. Thanks in advance!
 
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Eglit47

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CCM setups are very fast. The difference between these settings and the original Fast settings can be more than one second on some tracks. With these settings, you can outrun AI cars at 100 percent difficulty. The game fast settings are very tight and slow.
 
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Ongias25

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CCM setups are very fast. The difference between these settings and the original Fast settings can be more than one second on some tracks. With these settings, you can outrun AI cars at 100 percent difficulty. The game fast settings are very tight and slow.
Where do You find the CCM setups? Never heard of them.
 
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Dr. Noise

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Yeah, those CCR setups are beasts. Though, they can be sketchy to drive. I wouldn't recommend them against the AI. They're great for an online atmosphere (at least with a group that isn't constantly under yellow flag). The reason I mention that is because any time you're on cold tires while coasting around under yellow the setups become massively massively loose. Naturally the AI is completely unaffected by this on restarts. Having a setup so wildly loose makes restarts a big ol' hassle. When I do racing against the AI, I've often found myself detuning the Gasman setups. Those ones are about equally as fast but aren't quite as wild. Generally any wild setup can be tamed (though it will slow them down) by moving the front bias forward (F). That's the magic setting for NR2003 settings when it comes to getting a car to turn a corner like a beast. The farther you tune it to the back (B) the better you can take the corner, but it'll always get looser and looser the more you move it back.
 

Eglit47

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Another fast setups are Intimidator and Ronnie setups. With Atlanta_Intimidator70Qv1[1][1].cup.sim setup my best testing lap is 28.082. With MShouler Qualifying 28.165s.cup.sim setup my best testing lap is 27.861.
 
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