A powerful way to take control of your racing setup documentation. This alone will save you time and money. As an example of the way the magic number works, say you have a rear wheel drive sedan with 55% static front weight, such as our Holden Monaro example. If it's a road car, you'll find it handles nicely on the road. You can spec the set up of your car by using our Weight Transfer Worksheet.
I tend to mention permanent modifications in the comments section at the time they first appear, then delete them on future sheets - a solution I'll admit to being imperfect. Engines tend to be assembled, tuned, and maintained by a separate group which may or may not be part of the team. We can discuss options for all the areas influencing your car's handling. Hopefully it will be an idea generator for you and you can tailor it to suit your specific needs. Unfortunately your profile does not allow me to email you directly - please email me and I will foreword any or all of the above to you. Links: More advanced users may want to use inthebagbud's extended version of this setup sheet. Based on our experience setting up 100's of race cars, we can get your project moving in the right direction.
Are you ready to take your racing program to the next level? Corner weights must be entered to claculate cross weight, rear weight nad left side weight percentanges. See how we have set up the race cars that have saved our clients seconds in lap time. Once connected to cellular or WiFi, your setups will be uploaded to our website where you can then view, edit and print your sheets. Please to use the Trackside Companion. It's also a simple social network.
If for some reason you are having issues however, the Simple version should work. It gives you a direction with your set ups - a higher number is more understeer than the baseline set up, a lower number is less understeer. They rarely seem to fit the existing format for the setup sheet. Don't worry, we can not see or share your setups, it is for your eyes only. In an oddity of how things have evolved, the setup sheet is typically the configuration for the rest of the car. Fields calculated internally by the setup sheet show in blue. We have to decide whether, when, and how to indicate these changes on the setup sheet.
Link to Google Android Play Store. To give you something to think about until the next post, here's a recent sports car racing prototype setup sheet. I wrote the above post from work so I couldn't post them earlier today. Thought starters about set up issues. Much of what we do is simplified so you can use the ideas straight away.
. That would require a lot of work on my part. Some of these evolving changes are permanent, some not. They are specific component serial numbers, for use in part lifing, and vehicle dynamics calculations, such as wheel rates. Keep in mind that even if the increments are the same, the values displayed still vary. Of course you will replace any worn parts. This program is the key to developing your race car, special, project, or show car.
A worksheet accompanies the car to the setup pad for note-taking during the setup process. August 2017 T4 2017 Canberra Australia Canberra 18. I would have to go through each car to find the full range of changes that could be made for each setting. Permanent modifications are either excluded or get a mention in the notes section at the time they are done. Irrespective of your experience in racing, I think you will be genuinely surprised at the insights we gain pertaining to your particular car.
May 2019 T4F 2019 ddd Costa Rica ssss 09. Here's How to Set Up Your Car for Good Handling. Once logged in, you can save the setup sheet and recall it anywhere, anytime. For example, different torsion arm lengths will make a big difference in what size torsion bars to use, seat height differences affect what block sizes to use, rack height differences will effect ride height measurements, and so on. You get the logger files so you can do some analysis yourself.