A little heads up the 2 way default diff settings vary from car to car on AWDs, some are like 50-0 front, 75-75 rear and others are like 21-0 front 48-0 rear. I personally like to set acceration to 100 front and rear to get the most traction, but the deceleration I adjust based on the balance of the car.
Granted most of us are here because we understand tuning is important, I can vouch personally that some of us try things because they work, but don’t fully understand why they work. Would you mind doing a quick rundown on how you put together these values and why they work?
Actually, setting acceleration to 100 by itself does not guarantee bet traction. A zero would give far better traction than 100 if you are isolating the differential.
There are several threads, both dedicated and pop ups, in the FM5 forum that go in depth. For here, which aspect of tuning would you like more information about? I’d be glad to touch on those topics for you.
Thank you for posting these. They make a world of difference. One question. The spring softness. Most of my ranges don’t reach 646.3 should I be going stiffer or softer in respects to the ranges my particular car can reach? Also are some of those negative numbers? It is hard to tell from the dashes separating things.