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help with content manager

Discussion in 'Chit Chat Room' started by Bob Peirce, Aug 13, 2019.

  1. Bob Peirce

    Bob Peirce Racer

    I downloaded a car mod and used content manager to install it. I found it had unreasonable grip and discovered it used a Version 3 tire, which I assume is stickier than Version 10. I was able to use content manager to correct that. I had to select a Version 10 tire from a BMW that was the same size. Does that matter? However, I found the Version 10 street tire was much too slippery so I tried the semi-slick tire. This was much closer to real life but not quite. It does raise the question of what AC thinks is a reasonable street and semi-slick tire.

    In the process I discovered the default tire model was k+. That implies there are other tire models what are they? Among other things I discovered the available tires in my size eliminated using any sort of real slick. I was reluctant to try a compromise size because it probably wouldn't be realistic. Other tire models might provide something I can use.

    Next I discovered the mod had very limited camber adjustments. The range was 0 to -0.3 in front and I was trying for -1.0 or more. The limit is about -1.5 in the rear. I was hoping for -2.5. Can content manager increase that range? If not is there another way to do it? The mod still has unrealistic levels of power oversteer and I'm thinking more negative camber might help that. OTOH, I may be overestimating the potential effect in the sim. Maybe it doesn't matter.
     

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  3. Cote Dazur

    Cote Dazur Alien

    Your question would have more chance to have helpful answer in the
    Physics modding - Cars & Tyres thread
    https://www.assettocorsa.net/forum/index.php?forums/physics-modding-cars-tyres.31/

    You do not need CM to install mods or change tyre. CM automated the process to make it easier and faster.
    Putting BMW tire means nothing as there is a wide range of BMW using a wide range of tires types, which may or may not fit on your "mysterious" mod car.

    Good luck in your project.
     

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