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Generic Weekly Hotlap Challenge 189 – Lack of slack and a wet session with "The Old Lady" down the Hatch

Discussion in 'Console Lounge' started by Totall Wrytoff, Jul 25, 2020.

  1. F1415182235

    F1415182235 Hardcore Simmer

    F1415182235
    AC - 2:10.594 - X1
    [​IMG]
    Here's what I got for now; max stiff front spring, 70 for the rear.
    Unfortunately my wheel is starting to fail, so this might be my last hotlap challenge.
     
  2. Until you get your new wheel... surely?:eek:

    Look after your hardware everyone, there seems to be something in the air!:(
     
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  3. LadyTW

    LadyTW Racer

    AC
    Lady TW
    2:34.680
    PS4
     

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  4. HandyAndy1962

    HandyAndy1962 Simracer

    Improvement
    ACC
    HandyAndy1962
    16:08.856
    PC
     

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  5. Tony212

    Tony212 Racer

    AC
    Ueasy fox
    2:12.169
    XB1

    I have no idea what I'm doing for car setup.
    Went with mediums and raised pressure to 20 cold.
    I have no tire temp or anything to really see what's going on with my tires as I drive, am I missing something?

    It's a very fun combo, I need to figure out how to make the steering less sensitive, and if possible add a little grip in the rear.
     

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  6. F1415182235

    F1415182235 Hardcore Simmer

    I think it contracted covid-19:p
     
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  7. GoodGame.eXistenZ

    GoodGame.eXistenZ Hardcore Simmer

    Finally ordered my Sim-Lab P1-X rig:
    [​IMG]

    It shows as out of stock due to currently high demand and high customer backlogs, but I was able to go through the order process anyway and, hopefully, it will arrive soon. I did not go with the ceaper and less rigid (although really small differences according to customers) GT1-Evo as I did not want to regret anything.

    Now I am broke - like really broke.:confused::confused::confused:
     
  8. Rod100

    Rod100 Hardcore Simmer

    Improvement
    Rod100
    AC
    2.11.582
    Xbox1

    Used a Frankenstein setup, based on @Pretend racer's setup, but with less camber at rear, plus @F1415182235's harder front springs. Thank you both for the setups!

    Today I bought ACC, first impression is that sound and FFB are better than classic AC, but I suffered with that 30fps and a considerable input lag. I think I'll wait for software updates.[​IMG]

    Sent from my ASUS_Z012DC using Tapatalk
     
  9. Improvement
    Totall Wrytoff
    2.11.779
    PS4
    upload_2020-7-31_23-21-5.png
    Improved despite a huge slide in turn 11. More to come.
    Another hybrid of @Pretend racer 's set-up, thank-you, with a lower and softer rear end.
    Although, I think the correct tyre pressures helped the most.:)
     
  10. @Rod100 - you did a few laps then.:eek::)

    Nice session!:D
     
  11. Rod100

    Rod100 Hardcore Simmer

    And before this session there was another one with 13 laps. I have to practice much more to compensate for my poor driving.

    Sent from my ASUS_Z012DC using Tapatalk
     
  12. mike reynolds

    mike reynolds Hardcore Simmer

    @GoodGame.eXistenZ

    Nice purchase....I have the GT1 evo and the difference from my previous omega GT rig is night and day....I had to buy a few extra pieces of profile for various additional mounting solutions but once you have an 80/2o rig, there’s no going back....looking forward to a picture of your new set up when it’s all come together.

    If you’ve not already ordered them with the rig....I’d highly recommend a pack of their cross cable binder blocks, perfect for tidy and easy cable management with a few small cable ties!

    I sadly sold my old MX5 today, it was only a fun weekend car and having converted the garage into a gym during lockdown I couldn’t justify keeping it, to watch it rust away on the drive....so it’s gone to a couple of young hoodlems who want to turbo/track day it so at least someone else will have fun with it now.

    So having paid the wife tax on my proceeds, I’m left with around £700 for a sim rig upgrade....can’t decide between heusingveld sprint pedals (have fanatec v3s ATM) or an ultra widescreen monitor....decisions decisions.
     
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2020
  13. GoodGame.eXistenZ

    GoodGame.eXistenZ Hardcore Simmer

    Hey man, nice to hear your thoughts. I currently own a Speedmaster rig, where the V3 pedals and the CSW 2.5 are the absolute maximum in terms of rigidity - it cracks and squeaks. The thing with all the extras was the main reason why I choose the P1 over the GT1. To mount the Simucube to the GT1 I need the additional Simucube bracket + the rig front extension for extra stiffness. That left me with some additional expenses where I felt why not just go the easiest path...
    Also, I ordered the Clubsport Shifter mount, Heusinkveld handbrake mount, button box holder (which one is still on my to do list), heel rest, cup holder and yes, the cable blocks ;). That should cover all my needs.

    Sorry to hear about your car, I am in the same situation. But selling it is the way to go, like you say. Letting it rust is wrong and money lost.
    If I can give my 5 cents, I would go for the ultra wide. I just made the switch from 21: to 32:9...never going back in simracing. So, that would be my recommendation. Sure, if you own a monitor that is already really good, I'd go pedals first.
     
  14. Peggy11

    Peggy11 Hardcore Simmer

    Improvement
    ACC
    Peggy11
    15:31:563
    10 Laps
    PC

    V12 Hotstint.png

    I messed up lap 3 which was 1.5 seconds slower than any of the other 9 laps :mad:

    Despite my initial reaction of 'Oh No' upon seeing this car, in the rain, as this weeks challenge I have actually really enjoyed it! :D
     
  15. P308R

    P308R Hardcore Simmer

    Hey guys, I sincerly apologize for my absence. I've started a new job in the beginning of july and I simply run out of time to race properly. The playstation doesn't even get warm :confused: Not sure how the weeks ahead going to look but I'll probably be pretty low profile. I peek in from time to time but as far as participation goes.....complicated.....
     
  16. Peggy11

    Peggy11 Hardcore Simmer

    Improvement
    ACC
    Peggy11
    15:29:865
    10 Laps
    PC

    V12 Hotstint.png

    All good laps this time around, and I've achieved my personal goal of a sub 15:30 run, so I'm well pleased. :D

    I'd have to string 10 perfect (for me) laps together to improve again. With the F1 and BTCC on live tomorrow that'll probably be my lot for this one.
     
  17. moodyryder

    moodyryder Hardcore Simmer

    AC
    moodyryder
    2.12.726
    ps4
    Logitech G29 ;)

    20200801_174045.jpg

    Back in the game after extended technical issues. With a little help from my friend. :)

     
  18. ACC
    Total Wrytoff
    15.50.988
    10 laps
    PS4
    upload_2020-8-1_21-9-32.png

    upload_2020-8-1_21-10-10.png
     
  19. Rod100

    Rod100 Hardcore Simmer

    Improvement
    Rod100
    AC
    2.11.209

    I almost gave up improving yesterday's time, but finally I did it.

    Now jumping to the cinquecento.[​IMG]

    Sent from my ASUS_Z012DC using Tapatalk
     
  20. Neilski

    Neilski Hardcore Simmer

    AC
    Neilski
    2.09.284
    PC
    Took me a while to get back into this, but yeah it's good fun. I tried really hard to make the mediums work but gave up in the end.
    Sooo hard to work out where to get back on the power too, in quite a few corners. I think I've got most of them figured out now but as usual my problem is consistency. At least 5 tenths floating around to be grabbed, but I'll be damned if I can grab them all on the same lap.
    Awesome time @Pretend racer! Oh and yeah, my best sector times are very like yours, so I'd put serious money down that the guy with the 37.966 in the final sector had some assistance from the armco :D
    upload_2020-8-1_21-41-17.png
     
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