Tire sinking

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  1. Rastas

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    Hi guys,small issue here,the tires are sinking a bit,any parameter in tgm can solve this?
    Thanks in advance :)
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  2. Bozak

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    Go to TGM-[Realtime]-SizeMultiplier=(1,1), these two values change the dimensions of the tyre.
     
  3. Rastas

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    Already tryed that broski,no sucess.
     
  4. Bozak

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    Are the tyres in tuning-options-garage also sink in to the ground?
    Have you tried a different tbc?
    I have the same problem in tuning-garage but not in track.
    I hope an expert can help you better than me man.
     
  5. Rastas

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    In the garage is good,the problem is only in track,diferents tbc and tgms,ones less others more.
    The tyres are 265/35R18 Bridgestone Potenza RE-01R
     
  6. lagg

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    Is the tire sinked?
    It seems to me a lack of presure.
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  7. davehenrie

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    Bridgestone Potenza's have a long history of sinking into asphalt. ESPECIALLY those that are only 265mm wide... (sorry, please accept my appoligies for making fun of that.) I'd try Iagg's suggestion, fill the tires to max pressure and look again.
     
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    Check the radius on the .TBC it should match the real size of the .tmg (inlcuding SizeMutiplier)
     
  9. Bozak

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    Check the answer from Raintyre here how to get actual radius from TGM
     
  10. Bernd

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    The best results you get, when the 3D Objects of tires and rims exactly match the sizes of the tgm/tire and the size values for the tires and rims that are written in the tbc.
     
  11. Rastas

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    Is solved guys,i have resize the tgm using Chris online tools :)
    Thanks all for the awsers ;)
     
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