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    Someone should but that Novikov jump with yellow C4 to Revman here...

    Perfect example why they must brake sometimes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pantealex View Post
    Someone should but that Novikov jump with yellow C4 to Revman here...
    THis one https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAofj6slRGo
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    I think that Mitsubishi changed orientation of the engine between Evo III and IV gr.A cars to have better behavior on jumps (to reverse rotation of engine). I believe that even with cars there is similar although way weaker effect like in motocross where You can tilt the car while in the air by pushing brakes or throttle, i.e. when You need to start braking just after the jump it's better to land front end first while if You need to accelerate it's better not to do so.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    I think that Mitsubishi changed orientation of the engine between Evo III and IV gr.A cars to have better behavior on jumps (to reverse rotation of engine). I believe that even with cars there is similar although way weaker effect like in motocross where You can tilt the car while in the air by pushing brakes or throttle, i.e. when You need to start braking just after the jump it's better to land front end first while if You need to accelerate it's better not to do so.
    I read somewhere that the 205 T16 was famous at first for tilting on jumps, because the crankshaft-flywheel-gearbox main shaft was exactly at the centre of gravity of the car, and if the driver lifted on a jump, the nose dived, if accelerated, the nose rotated upwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TWRC View Post
    I read somewhere that the 205 T16 was famous at first for tilting on jumps, because the crankshaft-flywheel-gearbox main shaft was exactly at the centre of gravity of the car, and if the driver lifted on a jump, the nose dived, if accelerated, the nose rotated upwards.
    True, and the Evo2 version fixed this issue.

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    Thank you everybody. Just fascinating to me.

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    Quick questions.....During the shakedown are all of the passes made in the same direction? Is there a maximum number of passes a car can make?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Revman View Post
    Quick questions.....During the shakedown are all of the passes made in the same direction? Is there a maximum number of passes a car can make?
    Of course same direction always.

    I think there's just a time limit of some hours and during that you can drive as much as you can, but mostly the drivers try won't drive more than three mandatory passes to save tyres, as the same tyres must be used in the actual race as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnttiL View Post
    Of course same direction always.

    I think there's just a time limit of some hours and during that you can drive as much as you can, but mostly the drivers try won't drive more than three mandatory passes to save tyres, as the same tyres must be used in the actual race as well.
    Thank you.

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