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2010 Build Notes

04.29.2010 Build Release Notes

The Impala A, Impala B, and Silverado have had their 2010 Season 2 updates released. Here are the final full release notes for all 3 vehicles.

Impala A

– Torque distributed into the live axle is more correct. This makes the car more stable on throttle in left turns.

– The wing has been replaced with the new spoiler.

– Rear quarter panels adjusted for 4 inch drop.

– Increased power, rev limit and altered drag to correspond with 2010 Daytona 500 qualifying and race pace speeds.

– Decreased engine cooling with qualifying tape configuration at Super Speedway tracks.

– The physical collision model better matches the visible 3D model.

– Slightly less engine braking.

– Slight tweaks to the tire performance.

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– Added truck arm positions for both left and right sides in order to achieve ‘truck arm split’ as well as different anti-squat.

– Slight change to garage screen layout. Cross weight now displays at top of page.

– Added cross weight max and min limits for tech inspection. The approved range is 40% to 65%.

Impala B

– Torque distributed into the live axle is more correct. This makes the car more stable on throttle in left turns.

– Raised the front end of the car to more accurately model valiance clearance on race track and reduce tire through fender issue. Setups will need to be altered as moving the front end has moved suspension geometry, increasing or decreasing static camber displayed in the garage.

– Increased drag at all tracks to correlate better with real life top speeds.

– The physical collision model better matches the visible 3D model.

– Slightly less engine braking.

– Slight tweaks to the tire performance.

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– Added truck arm positions for both left and right sides in order to achieve ‘truck arm split’ as well as different anti-squat.

– Clamped rear end differential limits for Indianapolis oval and Martinsville

– One rear end gear available for New Hampshire oval.

– Slight change to garage screen layout. Cross weight now displays at top of page.

– Added cross weight max and min limits for tech inspection. The approved range is 40% to 65%.

Silverado

– Torque distributed into the live axle is more correct. This makes the car more stable on throttle in left turns.

– Small update to tire wear rate for all tires and grip change at Super Speedway tracks.

– Differentials clamped for each track.

– Increased weight as per NASCAR minimum requirements.

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– Edited ride height limits.

– Slightly less engine braking.

– Added truck arm positions for both left and right sides in order to achieve ‘truck arm split’ as well as different anti-squat.

– Slight change to garage screen layout. Cross weight now displays at top of page.

– Added cross weight max and min limits for tech inspection. The approved range is 40% to 65%.

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– Shadows can now properly cast onto the digital display in the cockpit view.

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