Ok my plan to corner balance tday in daylight is ruined cos I have to goto a family new years gather, so won't have any daylight footage of the balancing when I do it later tonight :/
thx, it's a constant learning r&d process. have an idea, research, prep, try it out, test, review and repeat.You have an interesting way of corner weighting a car but I'm glad you have had a go at it
Any further with the app?
Trial and error is the only way to get results Its good to see different approaches to the same taskthx, it's a constant learning r&d process. have an idea, research, prep, try it out, test, review and repeat.
we'll find how it handles in the next trackday.
the last screenshots posted was how the app looked and have added that front/rear left/right bias value you suggested and was useful.
I'll be refining the graphics next week at work before it's ready to be released on the app store
still lots to be refined n added but it's a start
indeed I can add the amount and bias of ballast to the load distribution.Trial and error is the only way to get results Its good to see different approaches to the same task
I noticed you'd added it in. Helped me keep up with each of your tests you see axle bias as well as overall corner and cross weight percentages
Another little idea... would it be possible to add in a ballast on the app? For example driver weight? As you couldn't exceed the scales but it could help adjustments? Just a thought
Can I join ? Also can I bring any car up ?suppose I should've just reduced the FR preload rather than the pressure. we'll try once again soon.
this morning lowered the FR down to 2.9bars and still pulls so gonna swap wheels over in abit.
also been looking at trackdays and the cheapest & nearest one I've decided to goto is Elvington Airfield in Yorkshire Jan 19th Sunday £99 open-pit all day.
anyone wanna join?
holy moly just googled the track and it was where hammond had his massive crash
Looks good I'll have to see and will call them Tommow to check how it works so am ready for the day
can only safely rotate em back to front cos they're directional tyres.You'll have to start rotating the tyres more frequently eh
think its a dual carriageway.Motorways have less camber than single carriageways?
Still struggling to see how 0.5mm of tread depth can cause a car to pull
To add an explanation to my comment.
When you corner weighted the car it was a 50/50 l/r balance static with no driver.
Adding driver weight, will pull your balance over to the right, would suggest to me pulling to the right if anything? And assuming its a factor, cancel out out the tread depth difference?
Not me telling you you're wrong just seems inconsistent with your setup