Any AE86 handling tunes *non-drift tunes*

Discussion in 'GTS Tuning' started by Robert9427, Apr 25, 2019.

  1. Robert9427

    Robert9427

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    Looking for a track tune for the ae86 preferably tsukuba but just a good handling tune in general
     
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  2. Satomiblood

    Satomiblood

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    I'm a bit surprised no one has posted anything on the AE86. With the type of following this car has, I figured someone would've at least shared a drift tune here. Like you, however, I'm more interested in a driving tune.
     
  3. Creampuff1

    Creampuff1

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    love this car, handles great.
    Power 243 bhp
    weight 855kg
    traction 0
    tyres optional, I like racing softs
    brake balance 0
    ride height 85 85
    2.10 2.00
    6 6
    60 60
    90 90
    2.5 2.0
    0.0 in .30
    drivetrain 10
    21
    30
    Gearing I just maxed at 250km/h
     
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  4. Robert9427

    Robert9427

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    Thanks brother gonna try this out when i get home
     
  5. Pedinhuh

    Pedinhuh

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    My tune is mostly focused on tracks were top speeds don't really matter much, I run it for fun though so you may not like the limited top speed:

    Power: 247cv(stage 3 max power)
    Weight: 855kg (stage 2 max reduction)

    Tires: Sports Soft/Sports soft
    TCS: 0
    Brake Balance: 0

    Suspension:

    Ride height: 90/90
    Natural frequency: 2,10/2,10
    Sway bar: 4/4
    Compression rate: 60/60(I don't mess with this)
    Rebound rate: 90/90(I don't mess with this)
    Camber: 0,5/0,5
    Toe: 0,00/0,60

    Downforce: N/A

    LSD:

    Initial torque: 5
    Acceleration: 20
    Deacceleration: 20

    Transmission: Stock transmission.

    I don't like the straight cut noise, but if you're going to use a custom transmission, move the top speed slider to 260km/h and then move the 1st gear ratio all the way to left, the 2nd gear ratio you move half way the distance you moved to left of the 1st gear ratio, the other gears you can leave as they are...The car should have just enough power to not hit the limiter.