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Rank: Driver's Permit
#1 Posted : Saturday, February 25, 2017 2:46:33 PM(UTC)
Hi - I have to use a non-adjust front aero (Forza) kit for my Aston Martin V12 Zagato Tune. (to keep the PI numbers down)

For my front Aero I chose the Forza non adjustable, I could of also chosen the Aston Martin Aero which is also non adjustable.

I like to get into the fine details when doing a full tune so its very frustrating that I can not get any info on what kind of downforce numbers I'm getting on these kits. There must me somekind of downforce? knowing can help me fine tune my rear aero as well as springs etc..

I spent 2 hrs on the Internet trying to find something.. Forza game only says it provides downforce.. nothing else..

Can anyone help Me ??

Thanks

Jamie

Edited by user Saturday, February 25, 2017 2:47:14 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

Rank: S-Class Racing License
#2 Posted : Monday, March 20, 2017 3:51:07 PM(UTC)
Tuning calculator?

try about half of the min aero the forza aero. about 10-20
Rank: Driver's License
#3 Posted : Sunday, July 9, 2017 3:26:15 AM(UTC)
"Aero-dynamics" is a general word. It just means "to use moving air", it can be used for more grip (generates down force) and it can be used for more speed (promotes better air flow by having less air friction over the body of the car or by adjusting air pressure at the back/bottom of the car). Sometimes there is a weight change too which may cause the opposite effect of the 'better' aero as seen in the bar graphs (better handing vs more top speed).

Add the non-adjustable aero and see which bar graph goes red vs green. Side skirts will increase top speed.

I use the long straight on Nurburgring to see how many MPH is gained or lost by a certain aero piece.

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