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medal 5062 SUPER MOD
121 days ago
OK, I give up. You guys continue to use a method based on a wrong assumption about the bars and only gives you the correct settings in Rookie 70 to 80% of the time.

I will use a method that ignores the bars and yields the correct setup in any tier 100% of the time.
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medal 5000
121 days ago (Last edited by Gudang Garam 121 days ago)
Kevin
Elite...

The number is between 1 and 40
Is it 20? - No it's lower than 20
Is it 10? - No it's lower than 10
Is it 5? - No it's higher than 5
Is it 7? - No it's higher than 7
Is it 8? - No it's higher than 8

OK it's 9 - Five guesses



Why dont u try this method with your another account or make a new account then u play it until pro or maybe u have another accout in pro u try this method join a league then quit from that league to another league do this for many times n prove it.

Here let me tell u 25 means 100% for ride height when u see the bar road of bumpiness is about 70% so it will be 16-20 or
Then wing level 25 means 100% if the overtaking chance bar is about 15-20% the wing level will be 17-22 or maybe 23 its different config with wing level there are 2 methods to set wing level on pro the wing level will have small number or high number for example 15-25 or 15-5 but it depends on how many % the bar of overtaking chance shows us!!  If the wing level too far so it will be the small number . try them together ride height n wing level after u see the bars trust me it works 100% and this is very simple not like your method.. 

Note: difference setting between wing level n ride height

If the bar overtaking chance is so high about 78-85% usually the number will be small so use 15-5 or 10-1 try them change it to be 2 numbers for example 8 if 8 doesnt match change to be 6 then 4 then 2 !! Do this depends on the percentage of the overtaking chance bars
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medal 5013
121 days ago
This isnt assumption as u said kevin ! But it really works 100% road bumpiness bars and overtaking chance is important to set wing level and ride height !! Seriously ive shared this method and its very helpful

Show me what is your method to set them up i wanna know ? 
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medal 5062 SUPER MOD
121 days ago
Just for a moment pretend the bars don't exist. We know that for a dry race the range for both ride height and wing are:

Rookie: 1-10
Pro: 1-20
Elite: 1-40

Elite has the largest possible range so is the most difficult to determine. I will use this to prove that five practice laps are enough to determine the ideal setup.

My next race is Hungary and I know the values are between 1 and 40. So for my first practice lap I will set suspension to Neutral and both ride height and wing to mid range... 20.

I run a practice lap and my driver reports:
Suspension is too firm (so because it is neutral and there are only three possible settings the correct setting is logically "Soft")
Ride height is too high (so the ideal setting must be between 1 and 19)
Wing level is too low (so the ideal setting must be between 21 and 40)

I run a second practice lap now I've narrowed the range and again I use the mid point of the new range. I set suspension to Soft, ride height to 10 and Wing to 30.
I run a second practice lap and my driver reports:
Suspension is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)
Ride height is too low (so now I know the range is between 11 and 19)
Wing is correct (wow, I got lucky and found this in two practice laps)

Now the only setting I'm not certain of is Ride height. Again I se the mid point of the new range (11-19) which is 15. So for my third practice lap I use suspension Soft, Ride height 15 and Wing 30.
My driver now reports
Suspension is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)
Ride height is too low (so now I know the range is between 16 and 19)
Wing is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)

For the fourth practice lap again I now know the correct ride height is either 16, 17, 18 or 19 so I set it at 18. My driver now reports:
Suspension is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)
Ride height is high (so now I know the value is either 16 or 17)
Wing is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)

For the fifth practice lap I can choose either 16 or 17 for Ride height, if the driver reports it is wrong the correct value is the other one.

This will work 100% of the time with five practice laps in Elite but because the possible range in Rookie is only 1-10 you only need a maximum of three laps to find the ideal setup.
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medal 5013
121 days ago

Kevin
Just for a moment pretend the bars don't exist. We know that for a dry race the range for both ride height and wing are:

Rookie: 1-10
Pro: 1-20
Elite: 1-40

Elite has the largest possible range so is the most difficult to determine. I will use this to prove that five practice laps are enough to determine the ideal setup.

My next race is Hungary and I know the values are between 1 and 40. So for my first practice lap I will set suspension to Neutral and both ride height and wing to mid range... 20.

I run a practice lap and my driver reports:
Suspension is too firm (so because it is neutral and there are only three possible settings the correct setting is logically "Soft")
Ride height is too high (so the ideal setting must be between 1 and 19)
Wing level is too low (so the ideal setting must be between 21 and 40)

I run a second practice lap now I've narrowed the range and again I use the mid point of the new range. I set suspension to Soft, ride height to 10 and Wing to 30.
I run a second practice lap and my driver reports:
Suspension is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)
Ride height is too low (so now I know the range is between 11 and 19)
Wing is correct (wow, I got lucky and found this in two practice laps)

Now the only setting I'm not certain of is Ride height. Again I se the mid point of the new range (11-19) which is 15. So for my third practice lap I use suspension Soft, Ride height 15 and Wing 30.
My driver now reports
Suspension is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)
Ride height is too low (so now I know the range is between 16 and 19)
Wing is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)

For the fourth practice lap again I now know the correct ride height is either 16, 17, 18 or 19 so I set it at 18. My driver now reports:
Suspension is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)
Ride height is high (so now I know the value is either 16 or 17)
Wing is ideal (so this confirms my previous practice lap)

For the fifth practice lap I can choose either 16 or 17 for Ride height, if the driver reports it is wrong the correct value is the other one.

This will work 100% of the time with five practice laps in Elite but because the possible range in Rookie is only 1-10 you only need a maximum of three laps to find the ideal setup.



Yes it works very very easly then this n very simple !! your method is more simple then this method 2 of these are very good but the bars shows 30% i used your method and the result is 6 , 25 means 100% so 30% means 6,7,8 for the wing level i have no idea actually but your method is 100% works if you using his method depends on road bumpiness bar  i guarantee 100% works for finding the ride height only,


So how can i get the ideal result for wet race?
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medal 4584
121 days ago
Yo kevin it works 100% thanks mate !! Its more simple!! never thought of it before, great !
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medal 5062 SUPER MOD
121 days ago
No


So how can i get the ideal result for wet race?


Once you have found the correct settings for a circuit they will be the same every time you race there as long as you use the same driver. So make a note of the settings somewhere.

If you use a taller driver next time you race at the circuit the ideal ride height will be lower and if the diver is shorter he/she will ask for a larger ride height.

There are two levels of rain, normal and heavy. Normal rain is the most common. Heavy rain is usually snow so tends to happen when it is very cold (Europe in the winter).

For both types of rain the suspension stiffness is the same as a dry race.

For normal rain you need to add to the dry ride height and wing:
Rookie: Approx. 6
Pro: Approx. 12
Elite: Approx. 25

For heavy rain you need to add to the dry ride height and wing:
Rookie: Approx. 12
Pro: Approx. 25
Elite: Approx. 50

These will get you within 2 points of the ideal setup, you may need to do a couple of laps to tweak them if they are not exact.
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medal 5013
121 days ago

Kevin
No


So how can i get the ideal result for wet race?


Once you have found the correct settings for a circuit they will be the same every time you race there as long as you use the same driver. So make a note of the settings somewhere.

If you use a taller driver next time you race at the circuit the ideal ride height will be lower and if the diver is shorter he/she will ask for a larger ride height.

There are two levels of rain, normal and heavy. Normal rain is the most common. Heavy rain is usually snow so tends to happen when it is very cold (Europe in the winter).

For both types of rain the suspension stiffness is the same as a dry race.

For normal rain you need to add to the dry ride height and wing:
Rookie: Approx. 6
Pro: Approx. 12
Elite: Approx. 25

For heavy rain you need to add to the dry ride height and wing:
Rookie: Approx. 12
Pro: Approx. 25
Elite: Approx. 50

These will get you within 2 points of the ideal setup, you may need to do a couple of laps to tweak them if they are not exact.


Well fantastic this is so helpful thank you so much !! 

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medal 5000
121 days ago
Wow !! I never thought this works 100% and easier than mine .. i have to try yours for the next races!!👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 brilliant this is very logic to find the ideal setup!! Many thanks 👍🏻
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medal 5016
121 days ago
Seems like got a new thing !! 😂
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medal 5047
119 days ago
Wah wah mantep nih!!
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