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Porsche Carrera GT Setup?

Discussion in 'Gaming Discussion' started by Baxie, Jan 25, 2008.

  1. Baxie

    Baxie I am the passenger....

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    I been having some problems with my Porsche Carrera GT in Forza. I seem to be experiencing strong amounts of oversteer on seemingly straight lines, and when entering a corner it flips to understeer way too rapidly.

    Has anyone managed to get a proper setup for this car?
     
  2. HavockJoker

    HavockJoker PGR4 Master

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    Nope. I get tons of oversteer and can't get it out. So I just stuck with it and got used to it.
     
  3. Car Freak

    Car Freak loves dirt too

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    oversteer is fun... why would you want to dial it out?? :D
     
  4. CptDarknuggets

    CptDarknuggets 200 Angry Clydesdales

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    Have you put all the downforce you can on the back? Also try putting some toe-out on the back wheels.
     
  5. HavockJoker

    HavockJoker PGR4 Master

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    Put no downforce on the car and drift. Its so fun.
     

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