iRacing setups for the SK Modified Car at South Boston Speedway are available for free download on these pages. If there are more than 9 iRacing setups available for this car/track combination, look for the navigation links near the bottom of the page.
How to Open the Setups
- Save these setup files to C:\Documents\iRacing\setups\skmodified\.
- Do not attempt to open the setup file in Windows.
- Load the setup in the iRacing simulation under Garage – My Setups.
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I made this SK Modified setup for South Boston Speedway 2017 Season 1 (night racing). This is my initial setup and seems to be a little tighter than the other one I made (see version 2).
This is the second SK Modified setup I made for South Boston Speedway 2017 Season 1 (night racing). I think it's not quite as tight as the other one and seems to work really well on longer runs.
Here's my SK Modified setup for South Boston Speedway 2017 Season 2, night racing. Just keep it rolling in the turns fast and smooth. Don't let it dip too low on exit. Not too hard on the brakes, and not too hasty on the throttle on exit. It should be good for the whole race. It has enough fuel to run about 75 green flag laps (4.2 gallons).
Here's my setup for South Boston Speedway 2017 Season 3, night racing with default weather and 50% track usage. It's very stable and has enough fuel to go the distance.
South Boston Speedway 2017 Season 3, night racing, by Robert Tarbox Jr.
Here's a great setup for the SK Modified at South Boston Speedway 2017 Season 4 - night. This has enough fuel to run at least 50 green flag laps.
Here is a great setup for warmer night racing track temperatures at South Boston Speedway 2017 Season 4, or for morning or late afternoon racing.
Here is an iRacing SK Modified setup for South Boston Speedway 2018 Season 3. This setup was prepared for 103° track temperature by Rusty Wilhelms.
Here is an iRacing SK Modified setup for South Boston Speedway 2018 Season 3. This setup was prepared for 88° track temperature by Lee Root.