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Michael Bauers
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Old post #61 posted Jul 28th 2010, 19:52:48 Quote 

I hope it's not FOBY mentioning that you should first ensure you have optimal wing setting before you worry about split.
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Old post #62 posted Jul 28th 2010, 19:53:23 Quote 
Quote ( David Craig @ July 28th 2010,19:49:35 )

Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 28th 2010,19:43:03 )

Your settings for wings are pretty close to the extremities, so this is not unusual.


i've never had that before in other cases where wings are on there limits :S do you just mean when the wings are very high? or on the limits of the drivers happy range?

Very close to 999.
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Old post #63 posted Jul 28th 2010, 19:56:13 Quote 
well it ain't that close on my set up. so don't think that the reason.

Quote ( Michael Bauers @ July 28th 2010,19:52:48 )

ensure you have optimal wing setting before you worry about split.


If this is true then this would make sense. I thought you could do it whatever the wing setting even if the driver isn't happy with it.
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Old post #64 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:21:17 (last edited Jul 30th 2010, 19:39:06 by Al Omar Rajawat) Quote 
this post violate FOBY so i'm changing it... :P
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Old post #65 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:23:57 Quote 
Quote ( Al Omar Rajawat @ July 30th 2010,19:21:17 )

tried wingsplit for first time & got significant improvement in qualifying. :)

SSSSSSSSSShhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ;p

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Old post #66 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:25:10 Quote 
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SSSSSSSSSShhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ;p


It's no secret :)
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Old post #67 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:26:32 Quote 
Quote ( Al Omar Rajawat @ July 30th 2010,19:21:17 )

tried wingsplit for first time & got significant improvement in qualifying. :)


Congratulations.
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Old post #68 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:27:42 Quote 
Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 30th 2010,19:25:10 )

Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 30th 2010,19:23:57 )


SSSSSSSSSShhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh ;p


It's no secret :)

The good ones are ;p
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Old post #69 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:28:26 Quote 
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The good ones are ;p


I have a list of them all saved ,thanks team :D
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Old post #70 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:28:59 Quote 
Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 30th 2010,19:28:26 )

Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 30th 2010,19:27:42 )


The good ones are ;p


I have a list of them all saved ,thanks team :D

So how come you are consistently slow?
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Old post #71 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:29:00 Quote 
Quote ( Al Omar Rajawat @ July 30th 2010,19:21:17 )

tried wingsplit for first time & got significant improvement in qualifying. :)


You FOBY'ed something, congratulations.
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Old post #72 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:29:22 (last edited Jul 30th 2010, 19:30:31 by Brendan Evans) Quote 
Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 30th 2010,19:28:26 )

I have a list of them all saved ,thanks team :D


Give them to me, and I'll teach you how to manual/c in forza with no traction. :)

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You FOBY'ed something, congratulations.


FoundOutByYourself'ed???
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Old post #73 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:30:55 Quote 
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 30th 2010,19:28:59 )


So how come you are consistently slow?


Consistency is a good thing :)

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Give them to me, and I'll teach you how to manual/c in forza with no traction. :)


I know how to do it ,but that doesn't mean I can do it :D
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Old post #74 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:31:52 Quote 
Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 30th 2010,19:30:55 )

I know how to do it ,but that doesn't mean I can do it :D


That is well and good, but I still want your wingsplits hahahah
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Old post #75 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:36:27 Quote 
Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 30th 2010,19:28:26 )

I have a list of them all saved ,thanks team :D

If such a list exists, it's not worth the spreadsheet it's pasted on. . . unless it's just '+'s and '-'s.
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Old post #76 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:38:03 Quote 
Quote ( Alan Tansley @ July 30th 2010,19:36:27 )

Quote ( Jed Lilly @ July 30th 2010,19:28:26 )

I have a list of them all saved ,thanks team :D

If such a list exists, it's not worth the spreadsheet it's pasted on. . . unless it's just '+'s and '-'s.

Yep, there's too many different factors that can influence them, although a list can give you a good starting point if you don't know how to figure them out by yourself.
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Old post #77 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:40:41 Quote 
What ever happened to allowing people to find things out by themselves.

Testing etc.

Yet it seems many people just wanna hand it out on a plate pretty much.
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Old post #78 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:44:38 Quote 
Quote ( Michael Keeney @ July 30th 2010,19:40:41 )

What ever happened to allowing people to find things out by themselves.

Testing etc.

Yet it seems many people just wanna hand it out on a plate pretty much.

/forum/Search.asp?slInForum=&txtAuthor=&txtIDM=&...
There is nothing that has been revealed in this thread that is not available by searching the existing threads.
The 2nd one on that list contains plenty of useful hints IIRC ;p
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Old post #79 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:46:26 Quote 
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 30th 2010,19:38:03 )

although a list can give you a good starting point if you don't know how to figure them out by yourself.

The trouble is, if you're just given a list it's not a starting point, it becomes an end point if you just take it as gospel.
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Old post #80 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:49:53 Quote 
Quote ( Alan Tansley @ July 30th 2010,19:46:26 )

if you're just given a list it's not a starting point, it becomes an end point if you just take it as gospel.
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 30th 2010,19:38:03 )

there's too many different factors that can influence them, although a list can give you a good starting point


Would be stupid to take it as gospel, as Michael already said.
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Old post #81 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:54:36 (last edited Jul 30th 2010, 19:55:48 by Daryl Gee) Quote 
Quote ( David Craig @ July 28th 2010,19:40:45 )

I had an odd experience with wing splits doing my practises today. I had 3 different wing splits for last 3 runs, and they all had exactly the same net time :S

anyone else had this before?

Yes.
/forum/ViewTopic.asp?Highlight=same+time&TopicId=14769&a...

He got told he was faking it, for some reason, but he wasn't.
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Old post #82 posted Jul 30th 2010, 19:59:53 Quote 
I had very similar times for = and ± 25 in both directions! :-o
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Old post #83 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:02:01 Quote 
Quote ( Daryl Gee @ July 30th 2010,19:54:36 )

Quote ( David Craig @ July 28th 2010,19:40:45 )

I had an odd experience with wing splits doing my practises today. I had 3 different wing splits for last 3 runs, and they all had exactly the same net time :S

anyone else had this before?

Yes.
/forum/ViewTopic.asp?Highlight=same+time&TopicId=14769&a...

He got told he was faking it, for some reason, but he wasn't.

Nice how that link opens to a post of mine ;p
Clearly I've noticed it happen to me on another occasion since then ;p
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Old post #84 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:08:47 Quote 
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 30th 2010,20:02:01 )

Nice how that link opens to a post of mine ;p
Clearly I've noticed it happen to me on another occasion since then ;p

Yes, you had a post on that page. Well done. Clearly the world revolves around you.
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Old post #85 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:12:56 (last edited Jul 30th 2010, 20:13:37 by Michael Winkley) Quote 
I am the world.
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Old post #86 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:17:28 (last edited Jul 30th 2010, 20:38:35 by Mikko Heikkinen) Quote 
Quote ( Michael Keeney @ July 30th 2010,19:40:41 )

What ever happened to allowing people to find things out by themselves.

Testing etc.

Yet it seems many people just wanna hand it out on a plate pretty much.


There seems to be a few people who want to "showcase their knowledge"

and what's even more disturbing is that often it's not even "their" knowledge, but instead knowledge aquired by the team.
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Old post #87 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:18:23 (last edited Jul 30th 2010, 20:18:55 by Daryl Gee) Quote 
Quote ( Michael Winkley @ July 30th 2010,20:12:56 )

I am the world.

You are the children.
You are the one who makes a brighter day, so just start giving.
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Old post #88 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:20:43 Quote 
Quote ( Daryl Gee @ July 30th 2010,20:18:23 )

You are the children.
You are the one who makes a brighter day, so just start giving.
Is That A Song? I Think Ive Heard Those Sentences Before.
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Old post #89 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:27:49 Quote 
Quote ( Nazir Ali @ July 30th 2010,20:20:43 )

Quote ( Daryl Gee @ July 30th 2010,20:18:23 )

You are the children.
You are the one who makes a brighter day, so just start giving.
Is That A Song? I Think Ive Heard Those Sentences Before.

Wacko Jacko. Although slightly amended ;p
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Old post #90 posted Jul 30th 2010, 20:33:09 Quote 
Winkley in "wrong again" shocker.
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