Antares Speed Factory | Updated 6/1/16 | Subaru Impreza GDB-C "Black Falcon"

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  1. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes
    This car is unbelievably balanced. Even as a road car it feels like driving the old R32 GT-R racecars. The car accelerates and corners nicely, like a typical 4WD sportscar. Overall, the performance of this R32 GT-R is balanced at an above average level. Although it doesn't stand out in any aspect, it fares well anywhere. Great car for most 550PP events and races.

    Nissan SKYLINE GT-R V-spec II (R32) '94
    550PP Track Tune


    Tested at Mount Panorama Motor Racing Circuit
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 550 PP
    Displacement: 2568 cc
    Max Power: 517 HP / 6800 rpm
    Max Torque: 451.4 ft.lb / 5400 rpm
    Weight: 1230 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.37kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 54:46

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Black Pearl (M)
    Aero Kits: Type A
    Wheel: RAYS VOLK TRINITI V Black (Inch Up: 1)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change
    Improve Body Rigidity

    TIRES
    Sports: Soft / Sports: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    • Engine Tuning Stage 2
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 93 / 93
    Spring Rate: 7.40 / 6.55
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 4 / 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 / 4
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: -0.05 / 0.05
    Brake Balance: 6 / 6

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 3.325
    4. 2nd: 2.450
    5. 3rd: 1.905
    6. 4th: 1.550
    7. 5th: 1.345
    8. 6th: 1.195
    9. Final Gear: 3.000
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 10 / 15
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 8 / 5
    Braking Sensitivity: 6 / 15
    Torque Distribution: 30:70

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 95.0 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 30
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2015
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  2. Bowtie-muscle

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    Another garage opening is always a welcomed sight. Best of luck with this and with your plunge into the FITT Fray:tup:
     
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  3. Antares26

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    Thanks! It's always a pleasure to be welcomed by the veterans here :D
     
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  4. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes
    I was in a bit of a dilemma when tuning this car. Either add turbo and some power limiting to give some extra torque, or stay NA and keep the gentle powerband. Chose the latter. The car's also on the lighter side so it's a joy around corners. A few tweaks to the suspension and this car is also good around bumps, not too soft but not too hard. It's a good car for sprint races around street circuits.

    Scion FR-S '12
    500PP City Tune


    Tested at London
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 499 PP
    Displacement: 1998 cc
    Max Power: 354 HP / 8000 rpm
    Max Torque: 235.8 ft.lb / 7500 rpm
    Weight: 1030kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.90 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 53:47

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: New Imola Orange Pearl
    Wheel: OZ Quaranta Black (Inch Up: 1)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Hard / Sports: Hard

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Engine Tuning Stage 3
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 95 / 95
    Spring Rate: 5.40 / 7.60
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 4
    Dampers (Extension): 5 / 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 / 3
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: -0.05 / 0.00
    Brake Balance: 5 / 5

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 3.250
    4. 2nd: 2.340
    5. 3rd: 1.785
    6. 4th: 1.440
    7. 5th: 1.230
    8. 6th: 1.090
    9. Final Gear: 3.450
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: -- / 15
    Acceleration Sensitivity: -- / 9
    Braking Sensitivity: -- / 10

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 100.0 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2015
  5. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes
    This car understeered heavily when I first started working on it. The LSD was the magic part to work with and I just had to give the diff a strong preload to emphasize the open settings on acceleration. Like other FF cars, you really have to be gentle on the throttle on corner exit, especially on this one. Just do that, and the car actually handles pretty nicely, even around fast turns.

    Ford Focus ST '06
    500PP City Tune


    Tested at Circuito di Roma
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 500 PP
    Displacement: 2521 cc
    Max Power: 362 HP / 6500 rpm
    Max Torque: 343.9 ft.lb / 5000 rpm
    Weight: 1171kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 3.23 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 59:41

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Electric Orange
    Wheel: OZ Wave (Standard)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Hard / Sports: Hard

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Engine Tuning Stage 3
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 87 / 90
    Spring Rate: 8.50 / 7.80
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 4
    Dampers (Extension): 4 / 5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 / 4
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: -0.10 / 0.00
    Brake Balance: 6 / 4

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 2.935
    4. 2nd: 2.135
    5. 3rd: 1.650
    6. 4th: 1.335
    7. 5th: 1.145
    8. 6th: 1.005
    9. Final Gear: 3.700
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 25 / --
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 8 / --
    Braking Sensitivity: 5 / --

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 96.7 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2015
  6. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes
    The Aya Brera (Parasite Eve reference, yay!), a car I never really expected to be a yokozuna. The car's even heavier than a Toyota Supra RZ, which is already my standard for a heavyweight sports car. If any, the power really makes up for everything the weight does against the handling. On tight tracks, this car's a real handful, but on the faster street circuits like SSR5, you might just run away with all that power. On the flip side, the weight pushes the car down enough to give you a lot of cornering grip, but any kind of hard braking needs to be done from way early.


    Alfa Romeo Brera Sky Window 3.2 JTS Q4 '06
    500PP City Tune


    Tested at Circuito de Madrid
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 500 PP
    Displacement: 3195 cc
    Max Power: 434 HP / 7000 rpm
    Max Torque: 345.1 ft.lb / 5500 rpm
    Weight: 1402kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 3.23 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 59:41

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Rosso Alfa
    Aero Kits: Type A
    Wheel: OZ Racing Italia 150 Silver (Inch Up: 1)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change
    Improve Body Rigidity

    TIRES
    Sports: Hard / Sports: Hard

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    • Engine Tuning Stage 3
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 100 / 100
    Spring Rate: 10.60 / 8.60
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 4 / 5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 / 3
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: -0.15 / 0.05
    Brake Balance: 6 / 4

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 2.980
    4. 2nd: 2.175
    5. 3rd: 1.720
    6. 4th: 1.410
    7. 5th: 1.205
    8. 6th: 1.050
    9. Final Gear: 3.800
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 15 / 10
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 5 / 5
    Braking Sensitivity: 5 / 15
    Torque Distribution: 25:75

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 100.0 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2015
  7. Pete05

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    Hi JP,
    Just wanted to congratulate you on the opening of your new garage. I'm really liking the look & you've rolled out these tunes pretty quickly. I'm also glad to see you tune with a DS3 & that your preferred circuit is the Nordschleife. If a car handles there, it'll handle anywhere.
    Lastly, I do hope you add your tunes to the Tune Finder. This will ensure your tunes are exposed to everyone & not just those that visit your garage.
    Welcome & good luck :) :tup:
     
  8. Antares26

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    Thanks for the welcome. The tune finder? I wasn't actually aware of that before, so I have no idea how to get started on that, but the idea sounds nice. :)
     
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  9. Pete05

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    I use the Advanced Tune Finder all the time whenever I get a new car. It's found at the top of the Tuning section page when you work your way through the Menu on this site.
     
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  10. Antares26

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    Sounds good! I think I'll start putting up the tunes tonight after the Adu Dhabi GP. Thanks for the heads up, mate! :tup:
     
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    Excellent :tup:
    I'm watching the GP too. Go Dan Ricciardo :)
     
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  12. Antares26

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    Got a lot of tunes lined up for the month. Probably gonna put some of them up this week to get things started.
     
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  13. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes

    This car is a real beast, it feels like an FR NSX. The car turns so quickly and has a lot of power. It's very easy to drive, too, it won't take much time to get used to how the car handles. The car doesn't reward over-aggressiveness though, so make sure to be smooth around the Nurburgring with this car. It's a very competitive car and more so around the Nordschleife.

    BMW M3 GTR '03
    550PP Nurburgring Tune

    Tested at Nurburgring Nordschleife
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 550 PP
    Displacement: 3997 cc
    Max Power: 482 HP / 7400 rpm
    Max Torque: 356.3 ft.lb / 5200 rpm
    Weight: 1105kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.29 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 49:51

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Atomic Orange Metallic Tintcoat
    Wheel: BBS RE-MG (Standard)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Soft / Sports: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 75 / 75
    Spring Rate: 6.70 / 10.50
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 4
    Dampers (Extension): 4 / 5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 / 4
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.05 / 0.20
    Brake Balance: 5 / 5

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 200 km/h
    3. 1st: 3.430
    4. 2nd: 2.500
    5. 3rd: 1.940
    6. 4th: 1.590
    7. 5th: 1.355
    8. 6th: 1.193
    9. Final Gear: 3.000
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: -- / 15
    Acceleration Sensitivity: -- / 8
    Braking Sensitivity: -- / 10

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 94.5 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
  14. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes

    This lightweight turbo FF has good potential. Wheelspin is manageable and the car is very agile through bends, though you'd still have to be careful pushing the car along the fast parts of the Nordschleife, as the car has a tendency to understeer on fast corners. Around the Nurburgring, this Starlet definitely rivals other lightweight FF sports cars.

    Toyota STARLET Glanza V '97
    450PP Nurburgring Tune


    Tested at Nurburgring Nordschleife
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 450 PP
    Displacement: 1331 cc
    Max Power: 212 HP / 7100 rpm
    Max Torque: 191.6 ft.lb / 5100 rpm
    Weight: 834 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 3.93 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 60:40

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Purplish Blue Mica Metallic
    Wheel: HAYASHI RACING STREETWHEEL (Standard)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Comfort: Soft / Comfort: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Mid RPM Range Turbo Kit
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 100 / 100
    Spring Rate: 5.00 / 3.00
    Dampers (Compression): 3 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 5 / 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 / 3
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.00 / -0.10
    Brake Balance: 5 / 5

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 160 km/h
    3. 1st: 2.790
    4. 2nd: 1.940
    5. 3rd: 1.500
    6. 4th: 1.220
    7. 5th: 1.040
    8. Final Gear: 3.400
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 15 / --
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 13 / --
    Braking Sensitivity: 5 / --

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 97.1 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 31 kg
    Ballast Position: 50 %
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2015
  15. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes

    I'll admit, I couldn't really resist this classic 4WD rally car. The car handles well, a little dull compared to the Lancer Evolution that came after this car, but turn-in is still decent while cornering stability is pretty much good. The only problem I really have is the power band, as the torque peaks at a very low range and the crossover point is at a low point, and that's already with a High RPM turbo...so the car feels really heavy on the straights.

    Mitsubishi GALANT 2.0 DOHC Turbo VR-4 '89
    500PP Nurburgring Tune


    Tested at Nurburgring Nordschleife
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 500 PP
    Displacement: 1997 cc
    Max Power: 374 HP / 6400 rpm
    Max Torque: 334.2 ft.lb / 4300 rpm
    Weight: 1097 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.93 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 58:42

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Greencollection Perleffekt
    Rear Wing: No Wing
    Wheel: RAYS TE37V (Inch Up: 2)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Hard / Sports: Hard

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    • Engine Tuning Stage 1
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 105 / 105
    Spring Rate: 6.50 / 7.00
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 5 / 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 / 4
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: -0.20 / 0.00
    Brake Balance: 6 / 4

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 6.000
    2. Top Speed: 200 km/h
    3. 1st: 2.526
    4. 2nd: 2.800
    5. 3rd: 1.400
    6. 4th: 1.120
    7. 5th: 0.940
    8. 6th: 0.820
    9. Final Gear: 4.000
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 10 / 15
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 10 / 10
    Braking Sensitivity: 5 / 15
    Torque Distribution: 30 : 70

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 90.8 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
    Last edited: Dec 4, 2015
  16. Antares26

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    Tuner Notes

    Toyota midships are real beasts of oversteer. So much so that this MR-S felt like the S2000, only worse. The rear end is so sensitive that I actually had to put a wing just to get some downforce. Still, be very careful on turn in, steer as gently as you can because the rear end is just so sensitive, the wing just helps on the faster turns, but on slower corners, you really have to be careful here.

    Toyota MR-S S Edition '99
    500PP Nurburgring Tune


    Tested at Nurburgring Nordschleife
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 500 PP
    Displacement: 1794 cc
    Max Power: 323 HP / 7500 rpm
    Max Torque: 237.0 ft.lb / 6500 rpm
    Weight: 885 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.73 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 44:56

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Super Bright Yellow
    Rear Wing: Custom Rear Wing
    Wing Mount: Type B
    Wing: Type H
    Winglets: Type J
    Height: -5
    Width: -10
    Wheel: OZ Racing Ultraleggera (Inch Up: 1)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Hard / Sports: Hard

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Engine Tuning Stage 3
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)
    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 90 / 90
    Spring Rate: 3.00 / 5.00
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 3
    Dampers (Extension): 5 / 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 / 3
    Camber Angle: 1.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.00 / 0.15
    Brake Balance: 6 / 4

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 2.740
    4. 2nd: 2.000
    5. 3rd: 1.570
    6. 4th: 1.290
    7. 5th: 1.100
    8. 6th: 0.970
    9. Final Gear: 3.000
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: -- / 15
    Acceleration Sensitivity: -- / 10
    Braking Sensitivity: -- / 25

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 100.0 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 30
    Ballast Weight: 37 kg
    Ballast Position: -50 %
     
    Last edited: Jan 22, 2016
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  17. Pete05

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    I'm loving that you test at the Nordschleife. Would you consider posting a lap time to aim for when you post cars tested & developed there?
    Also, I notice that this MR-S has a wing fitted. Can you advise us on what height & width for the wing as you haven't listed those settings.
    Either way, it looks like a real rocket of a car. Toyota should've released a turbo version of this car. In stock form, the chassis handles really well and is certainly capable of using more power.
     
  18. Antares26

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    Oh right, knew I missed something. Updated the MR-S. Thanks! Although to be honest, the car was a real pain because it was very wild on SH but I didn't want to switch to better tires so it was pretty challenging to make it work.

    Posting the lap time sounds good, I'll try getting around to making laps around these cars.
     
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  19. Pete05

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    Personally, I like the SH tyres and rarely fit anything better to my road cars. Although not perfect, I feel they offer the same grip level as the best R compound street legal tyres you can go out & buy for your road car.
    Keep up the good work.
     
  20. Antares26

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    I also think the same, the only time I fit SS tires is 550PP and above, because the power 550PP cars make is too much for SH tires, which makes them somewhat undriveable unless it's 4WD.
     
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    The high horsepower cars on SH are what I call a challenge that offers a reward when it all comes together :mischievous:
    Having said that, penalties apply for care free driving :scared:
     
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    I think that applies for any car out there, especially around challenging tracks like Nurburgring and touges.
     
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  23. Antares26

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    NA1_track.jpg

    Tuner Notes
    Unlike the NA2 NSX Type R, this one was a real challenge to tune. The car is pretty rigid, so cornering felt like a racecar. You’ll have to wait until you’re midway through a long corner until you can go full throttle, and the grip will hold out just enough to get you out of the corner with plenty of speed. Braking’s also good too, but brake too deep and the rear’s bound to throw itself out.

    Honda NSX Type R '92
    550PP Track Tune


    Tested at Apricot Hill Raceway
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 545 PP
    Displacement: 2977 cc
    Max Power: 459 HP / 8000 rpm
    Max Torque: 319.4 ft.lb / 6500 rpm
    Weight: 1035 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.25 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 46:54

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Indy Yellow Pearl
    Wheel: Motegi Racing TOUGE (Inch Up: 1)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Soft / Sports: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Engine Tuning Stage 3
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 85 / 85
    Spring Rate: 8.25 / 10.50
    Dampers (Compression): 4 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 6 / 6
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 / 3
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.05 / 0.00
    Brake Balance: 5 / 5

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 200 km/h
    3. 1st: 3.160
    4. 2nd: 2.145
    5. 3rd: 1.605
    6. 4th: 1.280
    7. 5th: 1.065
    8. Final Gear: 3.500
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: -- / 10
    Acceleration Sensitivity: -- / 10
    Braking Sensitivity: -- / 20

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 100.0 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
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  24. Antares26

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    Evo8_track.jpg
    Tuner Notes
    Because I was testing for a small and tight track, this tune might not be that good on bigger tracks, though the Evo 9 tune is just for that. Torque distribution near 50:50 was a good choice, full throttle at the apex just gives so much exit speed. Ballast is added to even out the balance a little because 60:40 just understeered everywhere.

    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII MR GSR '04
    550PP Track Tune


    Tested at Willow Springs International Raceway - Streets of Willow Springs
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 550 PP
    Displacement: 1997 cc
    Max Power: 500 HP / 6500 rpm
    Max Torque: 454.4 ft.lb / 5200 rpm
    Weight: 1230 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.46 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 57:43

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Red Solid
    Wheel: OZ Quaranta (Inch Up: 1)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change
    Improve Body Rigidity

    TIRES
    Sports: Soft / Sports: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 95 / 95
    Spring Rate: 8.90 / 7.80
    Dampers (Compression): 2 / 4
    Dampers (Extension): 4 / 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 / 3
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.10 / -0.10
    Brake Balance: 4 / 6

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 6.000
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 2.880
    4. 2nd: 2.090
    5. 3rd: 1.610
    6. 4th: 1.300
    7. 5th: 1.100
    8. 6th: 0.956
    9. Final Gear: 3.500
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 8 / 15
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 5 / 10
    Braking Sensitivity: 8 / 20
    Torque Distribution: 45:55

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 93.9 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 83 kg
    Ballast Position: 50 %
     
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    Evo9_track.jpg

    Tuner Notes
    For bigger circuits, the tune of the Evo 9 is more on cornering stability. The car won’t turn on a dime because its balance leans to the front, but be patient enough to stay off the throttle until the car points directly towards the exit, then the car will go fast out of corners at full throttle. I also added some ballast because the Evo’s 60:40 weight distribution was just asking for understeer.

    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR '05
    550PP Track Tune


    Tested at Silverstone International Circuit
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 550 PP
    Displacement: 1997 cc
    Max Power: 519 HP / 6100 rpm
    Max Torque: 475.3 ft.lb / 5400 rpm
    Weight: 1235 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.37 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 57:43

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Blue Mica
    Wheel: American Racing VN500 (Standard)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change
    Improve Body Rigidity

    TIRES
    Sports: Soft / Sports: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    • Engine Tuning Stage 2
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 95 / 95
    Spring Rate: 9.60 / 7.40
    Dampers (Compression): 3 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 5 / 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 2 / 4
    Camber Angle: 0.5 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.15 / -0.05
    Brake Balance: 5 / 5

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 6.000
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 2.780
    4. 2nd: 2.060
    5. 3rd: 1.620
    6. 4th: 1.300
    7. 5th: 1.100
    8. 6th: 0.960
    9. Final Gear: 3.500
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 10 / 7
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 15 / 10
    Braking Sensitivity: 12 / 8
    Torque Distribution: 45:55

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 94.0 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 80 kg
    Ballast Position: 50 %
     
    Last edited: Dec 6, 2015
  26. Antares26

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    GDBC_track.jpg

    Tuner Notes
    Compared to the Evo, the Impreza is much easier to work with because it’s not very front-heavy. The turn response is very quick and braking is also impressive. Shift at 8000rpm instead of going all the way to redline because there’s more torque at mid-range. On a long straight like the back straight at Motegi, shifting early easily gains two or three tenths over shifting at redline.

    Subaru IMPREZA Sedan WRX STi spec C (Type-II) '04
    550PP Track Tune

    Tested at Twing Ring Motegi East Course
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 550 PP
    Displacement: 1994 cc
    Max Power: 462 HP / 6100 rpm
    Max Torque: 425.7 ft.lb / 5400 rpm
    Weight: 1122 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.42 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 54:46

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Shadow Silver Mica
    Wheel: ENKEI RPF1 (Inch Up: 1)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Soft / Sports: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    • Engine Tuning Stage 2
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 95 / 95
    Spring Rate: 8.00 / 6.50
    Dampers (Compression): 5 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 5 / 5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 / 3
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.10 / -0.10
    Brake Balance: 5 / 5

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 3.480
    4. 2nd: 2.500
    5. 3rd: 1.920
    6. 4th: 1.555
    7. 5th: 1.310
    8. 6th: 1.150
    9. Final Gear: 3.300
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 15 / 10
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 10 / 10
    Braking Sensitivity: 10 / 5
    Torque Distribution: 35:65

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 98.8 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 0
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
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    GRB_track.jpg

    Tuner Notes
    This GRB Impreza is a car that keeps a lot of traction on corners and on power. My biggest issue with this car was understeer, which was quite severe on a course like Suzuka East, where heavy lateral load quickly swings on both directions along the esses. Like the GDBC, shift at 8000rpm to make the most out of the mid-range torque.

    Subaru IMPREZA WRX STi spec C '09
    550PP Track Tune

    Tested at Twing Ring Motegi East Course
    DS3 Controller | TCS: 0 | ABS: 1 | Grip Reduction on Wet Track/Track Edge: Real


    Performance Points: 550 PP
    Displacement: 1994 cc
    Max Power: 484 HP / 5800 rpm
    Max Torque: 462.4 ft.lb / 5500 rpm
    Weight: 1188 kg
    Power-to-Weight Ratio: 2.45 kg/HP
    Front/Rear Weight Distribution: 54:46

    CUSTOM PARTS
    Paint: Sunrise Yellow
    Aero Kits: Type A
    Rear Wing: Special Wing - Type A
    Wheel: OZ Racing Italia 150 (Standard)

    PIT SERVICE
    Oil Change

    TIRES
    Sports: Soft / Sports: Soft

    TUNING PARTS
    • Height Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension
    • Racing Brakes
    • Fully Customizable Dog Clutch Transmission
    • Fully Customizable Mechanical Limited Slip Differential
    • Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    • Carbon Drive Shaft
    • Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    • Engine Tuning Stage 3
    • Sports Computer
    • Racing Exhaust
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Intake Tuning
    • Weight Reduction Stage 3
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood

    SUSPENSION
    Ride Height: 100 / 100
    Spring Rate: 8.50 / 7.10
    Dampers (Compression): 5 / 5
    Dampers (Extension): 5 / 5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 / 3
    Camber Angle: 0.0 / 0.0
    Toe Angle: 0.00 / 0.00
    Brake Balance: 5 / 5

    TRANSMISSION
    (Buy all power parts before setting this)
    1. Final Gear: 5.500
    2. Top Speed: 180 km/h
    3. 1st: 3.570
    4. 2nd: 2.590
    5. 3rd: 1.990
    6. 4th: 1.600
    7. 5th: 1.355
    8. 6th: 1.200
    9. Final Gear: 3.300
    DRIVETRAIN
    Initial Torque: 15 / 8
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 12 / 8
    Braking Sensitivity: 15 / 10
    Torque Distribution: 35:65

    POWER
    Power Limiter: 93.6 %

    BODY
    Downforce: 0 / 15
    Ballast Weight: 0 kg
    Ballast Position: 0 %
     
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  28. Burned_Rubber

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    You've got a great looking garage here. Your new STIs and EVOs look quite tempting. 30 new tunes in less than a month is nothing short of impressive. Nice job, keep em coming!
     
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    Thanks a lot! Nice to have a FITT event winner coming by. The first 6 or 7 tunes were ones that I have here were ones I've done before starting this garage, all I had to do was make them work better on their test track.

    As for the Evos and STIs, I particularly had trouble with the Evos since they were so front heavy, it took me quite a while to get them handling better. In comparison, the STis were much better, but the GRB was a bit of a handful at first. I loved how all these cars turned out, though, 4WD tuning is really harder than it seems.
     
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    I have 7 tunes lined up for posting tomorrow, been working on them for the past week so I'm excited to get them up here in the garage :D
     
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