Nascar Heat 5 Kansas Xfinity Setup

Nascar Heat 5 Kansas Xfinity Setup

Have you been looking around for the latest and best setups in Nascar Heat 5 but struggled to find any good ones?

We all know how essential it is to have a great NASCAR Xfinity setup in NH5, especially in such a tricky circuit as Kansas Speedway.

If you’re looking to crack into the mid 30s then you’ll want to make sure you get yourself a great car setup to give you the best chance.

Nascar Heat 5 Kansas Xfinity Setup

You’ll want to run a negative 3.2 camber in the front right while a positive 3.6 degrees in the front left.

That positive camber on the front left will help you a lot with the initial turn-in phase, whereas the negative one on the right wheel will increase the mid-corner turning phase where there’s the highest lateral force on the tires.

You’ll want a pretty stiff swaybar around 1.675° since it will help you rotate the car nicely on entry, while at the same time not unsettling the rear too much at the apex.

Nascar heat 5 kansas track

It’s really key to not have too much oversteer in the car as it would hurt your confidence and prevent you from pushing the limits.

In terms of gearing, you’ll want to run a 3 gears setup with a rear-end ratio of 3.40.

Make sure you get yourself a nice draft as that can improve your laptime by even 2 to 3 tenths around Kansas’ straights.

Nascar Heat 5 Kansas Speedway Xfinity – video onboard

Here’s a brief video onboard around Kansas with the Xfinity car from “The Setup Man” which will help you improve your driving and ideally your lap times.

Remember to lift off as little as possible in the corner so that you can maximize the exit speed and hold it down the straights.

If you’re looking for a proven setup that was able to get into the mid 30s you just have to go through the video where you can discover the setup he has run.

NASCAR Heat 5 Xfinity Setups

About the autor

Alessio Lorandi

Alessio has been involved at the highest levels in racing since the age of 5 (2003). He won a CIK-FIA World Championship in 2013 and then raced in F3, F2, and finally GT3s before now dedicating himself to SOLOX. He’s now on a mission to help thousands of sim racers around the world achieve their fullest potential through his ACC setups.
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