What does tape and Wedge do in Nascar Heat 4?
If you want a tighter car, up the wedge ; a looser car, decrease the wedge. I usually do it by 0.2% at a time. Tape can make the car go faster. The more tape you put on your car, the faster your car will go.
What does a wedge adjustment do in Nascar?
Round (of wedge): Slang term for a way of making chassis adjustments utilizing the race car’s springs. A wrench is inserted in a jack bolt attached to the springs, and is used to tighten or loosen the amount of play in the spring. This in turn can loosen or tighten up the handling of a race car.
What is Nascar Heat 5 tape?
Higher tape % will increase speeds, water/oil temps, loosen the car. Lower tape % will decrease speeds, water/oil temps and tighten the car. Tape causes aerodynamic changes that have very little affect at speeds less than 140 MPH. to turn in the middle of a corner.
Will there be a Nascar Heat 5?
The only official licensed game of the thrilling 2020 season, NASCAR Heat 5 includes all the drivers, teams and cars from the NASCAR Cup Series and the support series.
What does tape do in NASCAR?
The reason they do this is to either clean the grill to remove debris that can interfere with cooling, (NASCAR cars have much, much smaller grill openings then normal) or to add a bit of tape to reduce the opening size and help the aero of the car.
Why do NASCAR cars look crooked?
Even though it looks like the cars are sliding sideways, they’re really not. Their tires are still in very good grip with the racetrack. They are just steered in that direction to skew the body of the car. They used to put the bodies on crooked on the chassis to get that side force.
How do you fix a loose car in NASCAR?
The suspension springs can be adjusted to compensate for tightness or looseness in the car during turns (called wedge adjustment, which you can read about here). You can use a ratchet a turn that long jackscrew attached to the suspension in either direction to make a car looser or tighter.
How does tire pressure affect NASCAR?
NASCAR tires routinely change pressure by 20-40 psi from the tire sitting on the pit wall to the time it’s run a couple of laps. So the pressure you put into the tire is no where near the pressure you have three to five laps into the race.
How do you adjust cross weights?
If you want to add cross weight put a turn in the right front and left rear and take a turn out of the left front and right rear. On non coil over cars you may need to go two turns on the rear for every one turn on the front. By adjusting all four corners you will help maintain your ride heights.