Jack Brabham 67set Up Season 24


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#1 Pablo Fernandez

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Posted 02 January 2009 - 03:27 PM

Here boys!
If someone got one, post it!
Thanks!
I have a new green Bt in the Garage under construction!!    :rolleyes:
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Posted 02 January 2009 - 06:14 PM

Here's a couple to start, modified slightly from Steve Cloyd and Andreas Wilke sets.

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Posted 03 January 2009 - 05:25 AM

Thanks for those Simon, I will check them out.        

GO BRABHAM !!!    

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Posted 10 January 2009 - 02:54 PM

Sure!. Thanks Simon.
Here goes one I made
I'm trying to modif the differential.
I couldn't make the 1 19 yet, it seems needing more practice

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Posted 31 January 2009 - 05:40 PM

NURBURGRING:
This ones are what I use

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 06:19 PM

Che! los demas pilotos de Brabham no escondan mas y posteen los set up!!

The other Brabham drivers don't hide anymore and post yours set up!!

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 06:25 PM

I almost always build off of Dark's setups.  I notice that you usually have one of his listed too.   I usually have to change the steering ratio because I like it alot lower, and I don't have 2 axis pedals so I usually add more front brake.

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Posted 17 February 2009 - 06:58 PM

hello teamys this is my set up for mexico. I hope can help somebody 1 46 8 is my best. ( whitout fuel) just only for 5 laps.
this set up is for race.

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Posted 18 February 2009 - 02:28 AM

View Postefarina, on Feb 17 2009, 07:58 PM, said:

hello teamys this is my set up for mexico. I hope can help somebody 1 46 8 is my best. ( whitout fuel) just only for 5 laps.
this set up is for race.


Thanks efarina for that.  This is why I don't post my setups, my best is 1.50.2.  I can't break 1.50 to save my ass !!!

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Posted 18 February 2009 - 07:11 AM

Hehe!... it doesn't matter Tidge, try, it may help to another drivers.
Thanks Enrique.
I won't race tonight but I find this one for qualy. Good luck Brabham team!

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 12:43 PM

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Posted 24 February 2009 - 04:27 PM

This is my quali setup, which I just add fuel to make a race setup.  It is a little skiddish on cold tires, but give it two laps and it really seems to come in.


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Posted 06 March 2009 - 07:28 PM

Veo que muchos usan para sus autos setups de Wilke. Hay setups de W para Brabham? De donde los bajo? Gracias

I'm seeing that lots of drivers use Wilke's setups for their cars. Are there W setups for Brabham? From where can I download them? Thank you
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Posted 06 March 2009 - 07:41 PM

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Posted 07 March 2009 - 09:59 AM

Gracias :)
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Posted 08 March 2009 - 06:01 AM

Como no corro en Mosport ( :( ) ya anduve dando unas vueltas en Rouen. Pista engañosa :soapbox:

Acá dejo setups de Wilke, Huttu, Davis y Barty Mee. El mas balanceado es el de Wilke. El de Davis es bastante sobrevirante, pero afinándolo un poco se lo puede adaptar (es el que usó Steve Cloyd para hacer su 1:55:2 en Rouen). Algo parecido pasa con el de Barty Mee. Los de Huttu son rarísimos, mientras que todos usan 1 embrague, el usa 5 :blink:




As I'm not attending at Mosport ( :( ) I have been lapping at Rouen. Very tricky track :soapbox:

I'm posting setups from Wilke, Hutty, Davis and Barty Mee. Most balanced setup is Wilke's. Davis's setup is a very pushing one, but it can be balanced with some fine tuning (it's the one that Steve Cloyd used for setting his 1:55:2 at Rouen). Something similar happens with Barty Mee's. Huttu's setup are very weird, everybody uses 1 clutch, he uses 5 :blink:


My best laptime: 2:00:01 (Wilke setup) :blush:

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Posted 08 March 2009 - 06:27 AM

Thanks for that Gabriel.  

As this is only my second season of online racing, I have never heard of any of these drivers.  I am still getting used to running with drivers that don't stay right on the racing line (non AI ). I will have to check them out.

Since there is only a week between races, I typically select Dark's setup from the Track Database, adjust the steering ratio to my liking, then force myself to learn to be fast with his setups. Well, as fast as I can be anyway. I may make some camber or pressure adjustments as I'm practicing, but usually I run his setup verbatim.  He always posts times with his setups, and I can never match any of them.  I had never put any laps on a Brabham before the start of this season, so that is also a learning curve for me.

Had fun racing with you at Monza, I'll do my best for "Uncle Jack" at Mosport.  See ya at Rouen Teammie.


Gracias por que Gabriel.

Puesto que esta es sólo mi segunda temporada de carreras en línea, nunca he oído hablar de alguno de estos conductores. Todavía estoy acostumbrando a correr con los conductores que no se quedan justo en la línea de las carreras (no AI). Tendré que comprobar a cabo.

Ya que sólo hay una semana entre las razas, yo normalmente oscuro seleccionar la configuración de la base de datos de pista, ajustar el ratio de la dirección a mi gusto, entonces yo la fuerza para aprender a ser rápido con sus configuraciones. Bueno, tan rápido como puedo ser de todos modos. Me permite hacer algunos ajustes de la presión o comba como estoy practicando, pero generalmente me quedo literalmente su configuración. Siempre puestos veces con su configuraciones, y nunca puede coincidir con cualquiera de ellos. Yo nunca había puesto ningún vueltas en un Brabham, antes del inicio de esta temporada, por lo que también es una curva de aprendizaje para mí.

Se divirtieron con usted en las carreras de Monza, lo haré lo mejor para mi "tío Jack" en Mosport. Nos vemos en Rouen Teammie.

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Posted 24 March 2009 - 07:01 PM

Mi setup para mañana/My setup for tomorrow

With 64 litres it lasts for 39 laps, so I'm going with 56 for the race/Con 64 litros alcanza para 39 vueltas, asi que voy con 56 a la carrera :gpler:

I just took my Rouen's setup and slowly tweaked it. I can race a 29s pace if I don't mess it up /Setup modificado del de Rouen, puedo mantener un ritmo de 29s si no la arruino :bangin:

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Posted 02 April 2009 - 07:44 PM

Tried many setups, but the only one that works for me is Paul Jackson's setup. Unfortunately I don't have his replay :soapbox:

Probé varios setups, pero el único que me da resultados es el de Paul Jackson. Desafortunadamente no tengo su replay :(

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Posted 05 April 2009 - 07:26 PM

Paul Jackson's setup modified and loaded for race :thumbup: my maths tell me that I need 57 litres for race. I've loaded 67.

Setup de Paul Jackson modificado y cargado para la carrera :thumbup: las cuentas me dicen que necesito 57 litros para la carrera. Le cargué 67.

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This time it blew-up really spectacular! When I realised it was about to go, I gave the accelerator pedal an extra kick and shot the revs up to 12,000…just to make quite sure.

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