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What part of the set up should I concentrate on most help tyre wear?

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10 minutes ago, peanutt2000 said:

What part of the set up should I concentrate on most help tyre wear?

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F1 2019?

Soft suspension, soft ARB, low tyre pressure, low brake pressure.

 

 

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29 minutes ago, peanutt2000 said:

Yeah 2019. Cheers mate

Cool, 2019 is nice.

 

Forgot to add, lower differential values and to make sure that you balance the brake bias accordingly (if your front tyres lock up a lot, try ro move brake bias rearwards and or lower brake pressure).

 

Have a good day.

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2 hours ago, peanutt2000 said:

What part of the set up should I concentrate on most help tyre wear?

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Don t forget the Camber config.. I recommend starting to setting up the car for this in the default settings and After doing some laps change with different settings until you feel and achive the right balance beetween tyre wear and Speed.. After go to aerodynamics section and adjust them.. The rest had been said above 😃😃

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Lower on throttle differential settings do help with controlling rear tires wearing out to fast.

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Camber & Toe are CRUCIAL! Basically if something helps you turn better it's wearing your tires out faster. It's basic physics as tires are happiest going in a straight line or turning gently in wide arcs. Camber and toe enable tighter arcs, better turning and more tire wear. Also better acceleration. The more boring the car's handling is, the more it drives like a dumpster then the lower the tire wear!

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