300 mph Club

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by spsajewski, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. jedi09

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    I'll try this out. I found that waiting until the top of the hill to use the nitrous gives the best results, that way you don't waste any going up hill.
     
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  2. mcsqueegy

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    For me personally, once the road flattens out I lose speed so it makes sense to hit the nitrous earlier.

    Stingray '14 with 920bhp:

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    It actually hit 320 but didn't show on the replay :confused: anyway that's with stock transmission and suspension, goes to show how little difference some things make...

    Tried it without nitrous, hit 299 quite a number of times :mad:
     
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  3. spsajewski

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    I agree, I find that you can hit the nitrous right at the 2800-2900m mark and that will give you just a sliver left at the bottom of the hill.
     
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  4. NixxxoN

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    That's not true for every car, depending on how fast you go, if you start using your nitro on the start of the uphill part, you run out before the end of the downhill.

    Also, lets not forget. What are your nitro settings? Maximum power, minimum lasting? Cars have different nitro values aswell.
     
  5. mcsqueegy

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    For any car that continues to accelerate once the road flattens out, sure, then you'd use nitrous at the top of the hill. Can't say that's true for any car I've tried yet though.

    And no, the nitrous doesn't run out beforehand... again, with the cars I've tried, I've been able to use it as early as 400m before the uphill and still have enough left for downhill. Some more powerful cars might run out early, but I haven't had this yet.

    Nitrous is always at maximum power, whether that be 50, 70, or 100.
     
  6. Huston189

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    Why so uptight? This is his post your commenting on, right?
     
  7. GTP_CargoRatt

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    Why do you feel the need to quote something I posted a week ago and have obviously moved on from? As I said in that post, I was only trying to make a suggestion, that's all. Your interpretation of me being uptight is only your imagination.......or a way for you to try and annoy me. :rolleyes:
     
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    Nissan 300ZX TwinTurbo 2seater (Z32) '98 (873bhp)

    Not the type S model that's already on there.

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  9. Silencer_24

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    Nissan GT-R SpecV '09 (1074 bhp)

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  10. Silencer_24

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    Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C6) '06 (919 bhp)
    Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09 (1050 bhp)

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  11. Huston189

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    Sorry bro! Didn't see the date!
     
  12. spsajewski

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    So looking at the list we can see that every car on it is a coupe bodied car. Has anyone got a Sedan/Saloon or any other body type car to 300 mph?
     
  13. Streeto

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    I'm assuming you guys cant reach these speeds without the use of NOS right?

    Seeing as a 1000hp car with 70% NOS is essentially 1700hp on spray, it would make a little more sense.

    But I still can't get my head around a road legal car doing 290mph+...
     
  14. spsajewski

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    A fair handful of these cars can indeed do 300 mph without Nitrous and most others can still manage 290 mph. I know my personal favorite, the Alfa Romeo TZ3 Stradale '11, does 302 mph without Nos or drafting.
     
  15. Streeto

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    Oh, well that's ridiculous then, it certainly needs to be fixed because that's far from realistic.
     
  16. spsajewski

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    I don't think it's crazy. The Alfa makes 1200hp, I stretched the gears extremely far, and lowered it as much as possible. It not as if it flies up to 300. Indeed the acceleration isn't very fast at all and due to the setting, it's not really fit for doing anything but high straight line top speed. I'm sure that the Veyron SS, with the same horsepower and more weight, could do 300 mph with the correct setup, it's just that they want the car to be drivable.
     
  17. FastGT23

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    Might want to work on It some. Mine does 306 by itself no nos or draft
     
  18. Benny44

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    My Alfa does 306 too with hard racing suspension. Jut put on full customize suspension to see if I can squeeze out a couple more mph.
     
  19. mcsqueegy

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    At least cars aren't doing massive wheelies like in the previous GT games :p But I do agree it seems cars don't suffer much drag and can hit some ridiculous speeds sometimes.
     
  20. mcsqueegy

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    Some new cars:

    SLS AMG '10
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    Viper GTS '99 (1095bhp)
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    Zonda C12S '00 (1030bhp)
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  21. lldantell

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    i tuned my alfa tz3 to do 305 no nos and flat road.i could post the picture but i dont have any usbs that would make my ipad to be compatible with my laptop
     
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  22. Austin1

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    How do you get Veyron to 300 mine stops working at 233 from I'm assuming the electronic limit.
     
  23. spsajewski

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    Fully tuned and with the transmission stretched you should see 300 mph easily. I know my Veyron did 355 mph without too much effort.
     
  24. montez34

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    Here you go, first sedan to hit 300mph. 2008 Mercedes Benz C63 AMG 4 door.

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  25. montez34

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    I think the C63 AMG might be the only sedan in the game that can break 300, I've tried a bunch of other high hp sedans and most of them top out between 280-291.

    It took 30 minutes of tuning to get the C63 to hit 300.

    I found out some interesting stuff

    1. No matter which suspension I used or what I set it to the top speed never changed.

    2. Flat floors reduce the top speed

    3. Removing the factory wing does nothing for top speed
     
  26. Austin1

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    No, like the car just dies, it's still accelerating at a decent rate, a lot left before it redlines, but at 230 it cuts out it's power and takes away my control of the car until I get below 170 again.
     
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  28. mcsqueegy

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    I can confirm those, I thought maybe the Audi RS6 would break 300 considering it makes over 1000bhp but was disappointed with the result. Most sedans/wagons are simply too heavy to make use of the power.
     
  29. spsajewski

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    Did you tune the transmission at all? It makes no sense that that should be happening.
     
  30. GT CHAMP

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    Great job hitting 300+ mph guys, I see multiple people posting pics but none posting tunes. Kind of odd since it is the "tuning forum". Anyone care to share how to hit 300+ mph?