630PP 2WD Racing Car Super Lap: Nürburgring 24h

Discussion in 'GT6 Seasonal & Quick Match Events' started by nowcontrol, May 18, 2017.

  1. UpTopLog

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    thanks give it go later

    good setup, just have to face it, i'm just not quick enough. where i'm losing i'm not sure, so rest it a while, come back.

    edit: 7.18.5 much lower downforce will advise later

    edit: 7.17.0 down force 584/779 TC 1

    edit: 7.16.0

    edit: 7.15's and squandered a 7.14. it's coming.
     
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  2. hotsaucer

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    AS; no it just regulates your steering movements. You just need to practice battery management.. if you engage the electric motor right away out of a corner you will light up the rear wheels. So basically practice holding the brakes on a bit longer but only like 10% pressure (after hard braking) on them to get a greater recharge and then start accelerating at like 80% throttle until you feel that you can give it the full enchiladas :tup:

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. Retiree

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    Finally I've made it back. Spent a week on AC, that was ok, but then had a date with an oral surgeon and that turned to :censored:. Long short, had three rear teeth on my lower right gum cut out ( always wondered what happened to them, just never came through) turned into a major infection, and exposed bone shredded my tongue and turned into ulcer city.

    After a week in bed, couldn't eat drink or swallow saliva I thought I'd better get my butt into gear as everyone was disappearing into the distance. Loading up on painkillers having blurry eyes and reflexes shot to:censored: and being on the 'Ring is not the way to do it. When I finally got a full lap it was 7.48 but at the finish I realised I had been gritting my teeth and I was in major pain again :censored: so that was that.

    All you guys are going like rockets so that makes it easier to bear.:bowdown:
     
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  4. Jeje6410

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    Take good care of you my friend. There is a remedy very effective using as a mouthwash: it is the beer but you should have the right. :lol::lol: Courage my dear friend. Take good care. :cheers::cheers:
     
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  5. Retiree

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    Hello my friend, I'm also on antibiotics so my damn doctor said "No beer", hands are starting to shake:D
     
  6. AlexAlien

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    Then try something stronger :lol: Hope you get well soon mate! :tup:
     
  7. hotsaucer

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    Please note I have updated the TS030 setup :gtpflag:
     
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  8. Wolf68

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    Get better soon!! I really enjoy your comments around here, and you are a damned fast driver!!


    @hotsaucer thanks for the updated set up!!
     
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  9. Retiree

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    Thanks for that my friend. It's gunna take a while so pile in and take advantage, that's what I do when Jeje has to work.:lol:
     
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  10. phineas777

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    Good session tonight dropping 3 seconds...

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    :D :tup:
     
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  11. coryclifford

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    I thought so, as I was just wheeling around watching ghost lines. Noticed you picked up the pace a bit.

    :tup:
     
  12. phineas777

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    :D

    :cheers: Cory

    Still a terrible first section (GP?) though.

    :tup:
     
  13. BenMillard

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  14. Wolf68

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    Unfortunately I have to work night shifts all this weekend so no game for me till next week sometime...sigh
     
  15. Uday9479

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    I thought the 2J would be the best car but many friends here seem to be opting the TS030 & are getting some great times.

    Will try this car again for sure. Managed a 1:40:242 with the 2J today. Want to break into the 30's now.
     
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  16. coryclifford

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    I have tuned, tweaked and tuned and tweaked a Toyota til I'm actually quite thrilled with it. Therefore, I share! :D

    No rigidity
    Oil changed
    90/90
    1/1
    1/1
    3/3
    0/0
    -.04/0.14
    Brakes 7/8
    Diff 6/10/5
    600/810

    Trans
    Default
    Final 4.700
    Min speed
    3.720
    2.670
    2.070
    1.750
    1.500
    1.303
    Final 3.225

    Not sure how it works with an Auto…

    I'm down to 7:13.1 :tup:
     
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  17. Flavio Ponte

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    :lol:7:22:548 with 2J... Fifth portuguese overall (third with no active steering).
    pretty comfortable with the setup. Now it's just a matter of a "balls to the wall" lap without afraid of the walls and MAYBE I can take another 2 or 3 seconds. The guys bellow 7:15:000... GET A FRIGGIN LIFE!!!!
     
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  18. Ian JB

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    Hiya Cory,

    I will have to have a crack at this one as this challenge is driving me to distraction ( no pun intended ).

    I have managed a 7.50.xx lap but its red ( in a 2J ).

    Here's hoping.

    Cheers.

    Ian.
     
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  19. coryclifford

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    Good luck @Ian JB, the car is quite easy to drive once you're settled in. Which why I think I went faster. Easier is gooder. Cheers and a beer clink. :D
     
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  20. UpTopLog

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    Good going CC. The setup is great, but the more D/F and i'm a sec off. I did however make a mistake and did body rigidity, not sure how much this makes a difference.
     
  21. coryclifford

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    Not sure, but I'd assume it understeers more. Buy another. :D

    More aero means faster in the corners. Push it harder than you're comfortable with. :D or :mischievous: and :tup:
     
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  22. Ian JB

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    Whoahhhh!!!

    8.03.xx at the first attempt - " Cheers and a beer clink. :D "

    Its a Red wine clink here to be truthful - I bow before a master of the art - Thank you Cory.

    This one really has been rattling my cage here! Lap after lap after lap and all "red".

    Thank you again Cory.

    Ian.
     
  23. coryclifford

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    Well done, Ian. Beer to wine clink. :tup:
     
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  24. tmtk

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    A good start with 2J.
    After a couple dozens of attempted laps I finally did three "white" laps with @hotsaucer tune from the previous TT (Suzuka) and a badly adjusted final gear (hits limiter on the long straight).
    My three white laps:
    1 - 7:40
    2 - 7:32
    and just now
    3 - 7:27.093 (slight mistakes, but pushing)

    I wanted to feel this car driving "out of tune" first before I try a dedicated tune, hoping for some improvements while driving over bumps and less jumps, we'll see. When 2J flies - it's bad.

    I drive AT and here not being able to downshift to 1st in some corners really hurts my exits, hopefully I find a gearing that will strike a balance in that area.
     
  25. Retiree

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    Uday, did you touch the ground at all on that lap??
     
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  26. Uday9479

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    I'm still quite weary with the 2J as the car gets quite nasty when touching or going over a kerb. It feels as if the opposite lock takes place i.e. the car gets a sudden push to the other side. That's why I don't be aggressive on the turns & avoid the bigger kerbs.

    Otherwise the car is quite stable when braking. If 2 wheels go on the grass, then it's as good as a goner.

    Congrats.

    Patience has to be the biggest attribute to Your time. Since the lap is so long, it will take a lot of persistence and precision to get a clean lap.

    If I make a mistake before the half way point, I restart.

    I would suggest you to continue even after the lap gets invalid. As You'll know that now no mistake will make a difference, You'll probably push harder to see the limits of the car & track.
     
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  27. phineas777

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    Shaved off another 1.1 seconds...

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    Using my own 'tune' which is still a work in progress...:tup:
     
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  28. Retiree

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    Good going mate, you're making it hard. They must have changed the curbs on the "Ring, they're all spring loaded now. :censored::banghead:
     
  29. Uday9479

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    Tried something (out of the box)!

    Changed the max speed to 450 in the 2J. It helped improve my time to 7:34:666. My previous best to this was 7:40:242.

    Again then changed the max speed to 400 & improved time to 7:32:942 for a 470th rank.

    :cheers:
     
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  30. coryclifford

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    7:12 club :D

    12.770

    I'm shaking. :lol:
     
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