v1.9.5 Honda NSX EVO2 - Nürburgring Q + LFM + 1h Race sets
Updated on 08/10/2023
- Quali setup + data (1:53.265) v1.9.3
- Race setup (45L ~ 25min) + data (1:53.572) v1.9.3
- Quali setup + data (1:52.490) v1.9.5 -18KG LFM BOP
- Race setup (45L ~ 25min) + data (1:52.812) v1.9.5 -18kg LFM BOP
- 1hr Race setup (100L) (1:53.582) v1.9.5 -18kg LFM BOP
- The Quali set is extremely quick and provides a nice front end which you can lean on a lot. The rear might have too much traction sometimes. You need to get the car in some form of micro slide in order to find the absolute maximum in this car, but thats nearly impossible to do consistently on this track. Therefore, I would suggest to just try to stay within the limit of the rear tires. This will definitely help the enjoyment in driving this setup (:
- the LFM set is the go-to setup for races that are 30min max, and is a safer quali setup option if the original quali set.
- The race set is made for drivability. It might lack a bit of that awesome rotation the Honda normally has mid-corner, but the rear tires need to stay intact for as long as possible. It's still hard, but with the right driving approach, I'm condifent in saying that it is managable over a whole stint.
UnBoP'ed laps: (outdated, might need changes. For now use the v1.9.5 setups!)
- The Quali set is actually super safe now that the car has gotten more downforce. It might be too safe for most Honda enjoyers. Nevertheless, the set is still really quick and it should definately help you improve. Only a few changes were done compared to 1.9.1/2. I had a 53.0 in there somewhere but S1 is hard :D.
- The LFM race set is practically the quali set but with a bit less toe and it leans a bit less on the rear tires. This set is super stable over a stint I found, so Honda might be a good pick for Nurb.
Have fun :D
- The quali lap is the last lap in the replay file
- The race lap is at the end as well
Any general setup changes to decrease oversteer/improve stability:
- decrease the rear ride height
- decrease the rear anti-rollbar
- increase the differential
- decrease the front bumpstop range
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