DiRT Rally 2.0 Subaru Legacy RS WRC Car setup Monte Carlo 1

DiRT Rally 2.0 Subaru Legacy RS WRC Car setup Monte Carlo 1

[ Data ]

Track: Route de Turini Descente – Col de Turini Monte Carlo

Weather: Dry

[ Alignment ]

(Front)Toe Angle: -0.20

(Front)Camber Angle: -2.10

(Rear)Toe Angle: 0.40

(Rear)Camber Angle: -1.75

[ Brakes ]

Braking Force: 2,760.00

Brake Bias: 72

[ Differential ]

(Front)Viscous Differential: –

(Front)LSD Driving Lock: 36

(Front)LSD Braking Lock: 32

(Front)LSD Preload: 75

(Centre)Viscous Differential: 24

(Centre)LSD Driving Lock: –

(Centre)LSD Braking Lock: –

(Centre)LSD Preload: –

(Centre)Torque Bias: 50

(Rear)Viscous Differential: –

(Rear)LSD Driving Lock: 36

(Rear)LSD Braking Lock: 32

(Rear)LSD Preload: 75

[ Gearing ]

1st Gear: 0.362

2nd Gear: 0.433

3rd Gear: 0.585

4th Gear: 0.715

5th Gear: 0.889

6th Gear: 1.000

Final Drive: 0.192

[ Damping ]

(Front)Slow Bump: 5

(Front)Fast Bump: –

(Front)Bump Zone Division: –

(Front)Slow Rebound: 5

(Rear)Slow Bump: 4

(Rear)Fast Bump: –

(Rear)Bump Zone Division: –

(Rear)Slow Rebound: 4

[ Springs ]

(Front)Ride Height: -15.00

(Front)Spring Rate: 189.30

(Front)Anti-Roll Bar: 28.35

(Rear)Ride Height: -15.00

(Rear)Spring Rate: 135.85

(Rear)Anti-Roll Bar: 41.19

– Impression

This track is a drift track. Let’s enjoy the drift. I focused on stability. This car has a sharp torque curve. I felt the rear of this car was nervous. I balanced the front and rear LSDs. I softened the rear damping and rear springs to ensure stability.
Please adjust to your preference.🙏

Subaru Legacy RS WRC Col de Turini / Logitech G29 DiRT Rally 2.0 DLC
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