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Simplified Dyno Guide (Unfinished)

Napisany przez Nick33BC, 20-02-2019, 21:37

Simplified Dyno Guide (Unfinished)

Offline Nick33BC

This dyno guide is meant to be easy to understand and new player friendly. It will not be 100% in-depth to try and keep it simple and understandable.
But there still might be some information even for the old players to learn.

This is a racing dyno guide, This guide may not help for drifting.

Message to all new players: Remember to assign your dynos!
When you make a dyno for your car it is not assigned by default. You have to assign it manually for it to take effect and be usable.

Click the "View Spoiler" button to view information on the dyno slider you want to learn about!

- Tire Pressure
Instead of thinking about the tire pressure slider as a grip slider, Think of it as a "how much you turn" slider.

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If you are turning too slowly, You are getting understeer. And if you are understeering you will have to slow down too much to get around corners. Which will cost you alot of time in races.

But if you turn too fast and oversteer, It might be uncontrollable and make you spin out.

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The goal is to have the Tire Pressure as low as possible while it is still controllable. So you can turn as fast as possible and keep your speed around corners without losing control of your vehicle.
Some cars (FWD Cars mainly) can be easily controllable at -10 tire pressure. Test it out to see what you are comfortable with.
- Downforce - Aerodynamics
Put it to 10 for all cars. It makes the car grip better.

It does not effect acceleration or top speed. It only effects the cars controllability.
- Center of Mass for RWD - Aerodynamics (WIP)
Center of Mass to the rear of RWD cars makes them turn more when going up curbs. Center of Mass to the rear also helps with making RWD cars more stable.

But Center of Mass too far to the rear can cause oversteer when going over curbs and can cause predictability problems.

In Progress
- Center of Mass for FWD - Aerodynamics
FWD cars like the center of mass to be in the front. +10 Center of Mass will work for most FWD cars.

Center of Mass to the front makes FWD cars much easier to handle. It gives more grip to the front wheels meaning less lift off oversteer but it can mean more understeer on acceleration.
- Center of Mass for AWD - Aerodynamics
AWD cars like the Center of Mass to be in the middle of the car. But 0 on the slider is not always the middle of the car.

The Kuruma has it's Center of Mass far to the rear by default, So moving the slider to +10 moves the Center of Mass closer to the middle for the Kuruma.
While the Sultan is already balanced, So it's perfectly fine with 0 Center of Mass.
- Drivetrain
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The Drivetrain slider does mostly work how you would expect.
If you set the slider higher you will get a higher max speed, If you set it lower your max speed will decrease.
If you set the slider higher your acceleration will decrease, But if you set the slider lower your acceleration may also still decrease...

You can get the most acceleration on circuit tracks and URLs normally from -3 to +5 on the slider depending on the car.
Lower on the slider will give you better low gear acceleration for things like Street-X. But will give less high gear acceleration so you will actually go slower on long straights.
- Brake Bias
Moving the Brake Bias to the front will cause more understeer when braking. If your brakes are too powerful and are set too far forward, Your brakes will lock and you will slide forward with no ability to turn.
                    Example of brake locking. Pro Brakes, +10 Brake Bias.   ------>         [Image: giphy.gif]

Moving the Brake Bias to the rear will cause more oversteer when braking. By setting it further back you can allow yourself to turn more while braking. But too much and you will spin.
                                                   Pro Brakes, -10 Bias.                                        [Image: giphy.gif]
- Suspension Stiffness - Suspension
Stiffness is mostly simple.
If you see the body of your car sway and bounce when driving, The suspension might be too soft.
If your car drives over curbs like a plank, It might be too stiff.

Those types of big problems are pretty easy to fix, As there is a large margin of error.

Though, it also has some more subtle changes.
Changing the stiffness effects how the car reacts to bumps and curbs of course, And the goal is to set the stiffness so you can drive over curbs and bumps as smoothly and consistently as possible.
But how the car reacts can be completely different depending on car and dyno, Just continue testing for yourself to find the best for your own dyno or for a particular map/map type.
- Ride Height - Suspension
The main use of ride height is to help you get over curbs. Raising your car allows you to go over curbs and large bumps without the body of the car hitting the ground.

Lowering your car is usually a bad idea for street racing or anything with curbs. But slightly lower ride height can help with some maps such as bayview.
But it is recommended that you raise your ride height at almost all times. (Unless you have a already super high car such as a SUV or a Clover)
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Example: In both gifs are the same dyno with the only difference being ride height. If the body of your car hits the ground you may be sent flying by curbs.
- Suspension Bias - Suspension (Unfinished)
In Progress
- Steering Angle - Suspension
Steering Angle effects how much the car turns at lower speeds. So if you set the slider higher and you let off the gas and start slowing down you will notice the car turns more.
But this is not always a good thing, With some cars you will oversteer when you try to accelerate at low speeds because you are turning too much. This can be helped by lowering Steering Angle.

But of course, Some cars understeer at low speeds and this can be helped by raising the Steering Angle.

Updated: 23/02/2019
- Added more to Ride Height information.
- Added Steering Angle information.
- Added Drivetrain information.

Updated 21/03/2019
- Fixed some typos.
- Added Suspension Stiffness work in progress information.

Updated 26/10/2019
- Small fixes.
- Multiple small updates.
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Offline scaftz

I finally see why you have been doing stupid near SF performance shop earlier. Seems like a great guide. Good job.

Away Lefty

Downforce 10 for every car isn't that good actually, in cars like A-Type and Locust it makes then even more broken in terms of stability. Most Vintage cars actually dislikes Downforce, Banshee and Sentinel also dislikes downforce a little bit aswell.

Offline Akatoyaa

+10 downforce is good as far as your suspension can handle curbs. While on flat surface downforce will always be good, different thing is weight reduction alone, some cars just don't like WR even if downforce helps.

Situation looks little different in drift, higher downforce = shorter drift while not accelerating.

Offline LukaRaos

Well done, a really good guide!

Offline Bunny

I like where this is going and it is as understandable as it gets for the new player. Keep up the good work!
dude I'm a rabbit, how do you expect me to sign

Away bamers

ýou da real mvp Nick
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Offline HanzoITS

Respecc, ma comrade!
HZITS, Hanzo Itsuka, Colin McRae, HanzoITS

Offline Berkayy.

Nice man

Offline Nick33BC

Sorry that i have not finished this yet. I have been busy recently. I will try to complete it soon.

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