@PJTierney A question, why did they limit the diff on the lancia 037 to a max of 36%? It is not enough diff lock to hold it in a powerslide. It will always straighten out. I can set the car up to be more slidey in the back but it makes the rear from the car too tailhappy off throttle. Then it oversteers through the corners without throttle, i can't even go onto the throttle then. Now with barely any difflock possible. I just throw the car into the corner so it slides in, but i almost always come out understeery. The lancia 037 is my favorite rally car by far. I will fiddle around with the setup a bit more but i feel like i am just trying to find a work around a problem that is fixed by more on throttle diff lock. Not saying it would need that full 70% though. Australia in Dirt 4, it had the ability to go up to 70% difflock. the setup: https://youtu.be/Sy3mwCQt8-g ( i notice now, in DR2 way less camber possible, added diff braking and preload, and removed rear anti rollbar) AUS stage (WET) from the group B career in D4: https://youtu.be/PGciw28z3Js?t=110 ( sorry for the quality. I played D4 on a potato that was some 6 or 7 years old. That couldn't handle weather very well ) Topped the leaderboards with it. In the 3 last corners before finish you can especially see how stable it powerslides (in D4!).