Way quicker. Even taking immense risks over the kerbs I was getting mullered by over 1.5 seconds a lap around Maple. Sebring swung back in the Legacy's favour but not by anything close to that margin, maybe a couple of tenths.
If clipping is required to the legacy then please dont open the gap between the cars.
TBH leave it alone
Who's this smokin bloke causing trouble???
I can go the same speed in nearly all the cars but the legacy for me is the easiest to drive hard for longer .I chose the cossie because its fun and it can bite you back not as much as the BMW but it is possible to do a full 360 if you get it wrong . In fwd it has to be the Kia and RWD I personally would have gone for the genisis . Where as the Focus is fast it doesnt like quick direction changes.
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E36 and 370Z are the fastest RWD, both of them I was faster for short periods that the E46. But over a race, in racing conditions for 12+ laps twice a week the E46 is more reliable for me if not the fastest. (Cossie not tested)
This is how a good thing, the fastest cars should be hardest to drive and carry the biggest penalties for getting it wrong.
Keep it coming chaps - think warriors orig cossie will be the build after week 3 with maybe a little more PI? Scooby perhaps a little weight with flywheel, drivetrain only.
A4 needs settling down a little. Strangely all the of settings 'should' not give it the lack of turn in its got + back end steeping out?! By god it wouldnt turn into that last corner at maple!!
S4 - I got the back end out a bit but tbh I like it like that, and the udnersteer was only really apparent to me at the bottom of the hill in Maple at pretty much the slowest point on the track. I could get it to go around the final corner perfectly every lap (except one where I may have nudged the wall a bit ). On Sebring on one of the right-left chicanes I found that it often would end up straddling the left hand kerb instead of properly turning, but nothing a bit better driving wouldn't solve xD
Oh and on the final corner at sebring of course the suspension would spazz out and the back would compress right up as I accelerated through the corner, then *boing* would jump into the air and get sideways a tad But that's a bit of crazy paving and doesn't really count anyway xD