Arrakis Speed Shop//UPDATED 4/4/16// NSX-R 500pp SH-SS/

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by feydrautha, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. feydrautha

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    PP is bogus on this and many other small displacement, light cars. Autobianchi has the same problem. Let me know what you think-I really got lucky on this one- my first guess was not far from what ended up with. Ialso Managed to avoid that whole dance where you change everything only to end up where you started .
     
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  2. XS

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    I agree, it's very annoying how off the PP is on very light cars. I love the Caterham but it isn't competitive because its PP is so high, which means it's just collecting dust. Unless you're a GT savant who can drive the Caterham at 100% for lap after lap, the car is simply useless. I feel the exact same about the Mini Marcos. For instance, with your tune I lapped the Matterhorn long course at an average of 1:53:xxx per lap, yet my fastest balls-out lap was 1:46:6! But in competition I'm just not good enough to keep the average speed high enough to stay in the 1:40s. Speaking of which, your tune is good! I applied NOS (first car I did so actually) so I could at least use it in some career mode events. But overall it's a lot of fun. Corner entry is sharp and fast. Easy to hold the line through mid-corner, and fairly easy to throttle up for a decent exit. Like many FF cars if you're a bit too vigorous with the throttle on exit it will push wide. I tinkered with the LSD but nothing seemed to fix that. Overall it is a very fun tune!! Kudos again! I think my problem with tuning this car is I did, just like you said, tuned it too far and was just digging a deeper hole the more I tweaked the car, not realizing that it just needed a little help over stock settings, not a lot. Cheers!!
     
  3. feydrautha

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    Lsd decel seems to make the biggest difference on entry and particularly helping put the power down on exits. Thanks!
     
  4. Akvarius

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    Bookmarked :cheers:
    What I especially like is the little information you put with the tunes.
    Can't wait 'till I get my own axe murderer :)
     
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    Lol thanks! Thinking about a few changes to that car to make it a touch less murderous...
     
  6. feydrautha

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    Côte d'Azur_2.jpg Ford Mustang SVT Cobra R '00

    Actually looks alright slammed with the right wheels. The wing has to go as well. Rubbish on tight circuits....which totally explains the "stay classy burnouts in Monaco" motif. Now that would be a fun event--get a bunch of not so classy muscle machines (and drivers) together and clog streets of the principality; revving engines, doing burnouts and generally causing mayhem. You could call it "Monte Carlos in Monte Carlo..." Or just "3" ;)

    11/17/14 updated for new physics

    593pp
    775hp
    1,348kg

    Sport Soft Tires
    Rims std.
    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    95 96

    Springs
    8.21 6.93

    Dampers
    C 3 5
    E 4 4

    ARB
    4 5

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 124
    Set top gear to 1.167
    Set final to 2.625
    Set gears

    1:3.310
    2:2.517
    3:2.009
    4:1.644
    5:1.376
    6:1.167

    Final 2.625

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 124
    Set top gear to 1.068
    Set top final to 2.540
    Set gears

    1:3.310
    2:2.517
    3:2.009
    4:1.627
    5:1.318
    6:1.068

    Final: 2.540

    LSD
    12
    14
    21

    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Supercharger
    Nitrous- yes 30%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Ballast 45kg
    Position (+45%)

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  7. feydrautha

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    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_8.jpg Amuse S2000 Street Version '04

    Can be driven reasonably quickly without much effort but very tricky to extract its maximum performance. A real challenge.

    Marvelous engine.

    518pp
    408hp
    1049kg

    Sport Soft Tires
    Rims std.
    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    85 85

    Springs
    8.42 9.26

    Dampers
    C 3 4
    E 4 3

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.10

    Racing Brakes
    3 2

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.500
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.308
    Set final to 3.860
    Set gears

    1:3.781
    2:2.810
    3:2.220
    4:1.822
    5:1.531
    6:1.308

    Final 3.860

    LSD
    12
    13
    23


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Standard Hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_9.jpg
     
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  8. feydrautha

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    Autumn Ring - Mini.jpg Aston Martin DB9 Coupe '06

    One of those cars that works well as a grip car, but is also a very friendly and forgiving oversteer car. As I have stated previously, you can't really go wrong with a V12 either. If you feels like showboating very inappropriately, then this is the Aston for you.

    Autumn Ring - Mini_2.jpg

    609pp
    687hp
    1370kg

    Sport Soft Tires
    Rims std.
    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    80 81

    Springs
    8.96 9.31

    Dampers
    C 3 6
    E 4 3

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.03

    Racing Brakes
    3 2

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 124
    Set top gear to 1.251
    Set final to 2.950
    Set gears

    1:3.787
    2:2.688
    3:2.104
    4:1.731
    5:1.459
    6:1.251

    Final 2.950

    LSD
    11
    12
    23


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 30%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Front aero
    Flat floor

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  9. feydrautha

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    Gemasolar.jpg Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III GSR '95

    Lighter than the later Evos. 4wd is less sophisticated though. Best shift is between 7.5k and 8k Rpm. Will cause AE86 motors to grenade....



    "Kyouichi!?"

    Update 12/1 changes to suspension, transmission, lsd.

    555pp
    555hp
    1030kg

    Sport Soft Tires
    Rims +1
    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    108 105

    Springs
    6.43 4.85

    Dampers
    C 3 6
    E 4 3

    ARB
    4 6

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 6.000
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 0.930
    Set final to 3.815
    Set gears

    1:2.664
    2:2.032
    3:1.632
    4:1.341
    5:1.115
    6:0.930

    Final 3.815

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 6.000
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 0.826
    Set final to 3.815
    Set gears

    1:2.664
    2:2.032
    3:1.632
    4:1.313
    5:1.048
    6:0.826

    Final 3.815

    LSD
    7 11
    15 14
    22 23

    Torque Split
    35:65


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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  10. feydrautha

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    Gemasolar_2.jpg Jaguar XFR '10

    The phrase "pulls like a freight train" most accurately describes this car's powertrain. It also has some other characteristics in common with a freight train, so it must be hustled with care. But hustle it you can.

    4/18/15 updated for new physics

    591pp
    800hp
    1460kg


    Sport Soft Tires
    Rims std.
    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    95 96

    Springs
    9.65 8.37

    Dampers
    C 3 5
    E 4 4

    ARB
    5 6

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 137
    Set top gear to 1.017
    Set final to 2.695
    Set gears

    1:3.167
    2:2.448
    3:1.948
    4:1.576
    5:1.278
    6:1.017

    Final 2.695

    LSD
    12
    15
    22


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Supercharger
    Nitrous- yes 30%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    standard hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_7.jpg Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_4.jpg Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_1.jpg Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_2.jpg
     
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  11. XS

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    I actually love the Cobra R in GT6. I've seen several people say it's slow for its PP range, doesn't take tight circuits well, etc. But this car absolutely kills the Indy Road Course, Laguna Seca, Brands Hatch, Grand Valley, and Nurburgring GP/D. I find it to be quite competitive. I'll give your tune a go soon and see if it's even faster!
     
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    The car had some nasty on-off throttle snap that took a while to iron out. Not sure that I eliminated it completely.
    The problem on tighter circuits is that big F150 lump out front; which is compounded by the fact that the car is a bit on the soft side, so you really need to plan ahead to transfer weight properly. Tight circuits like Monaco or Tsukuba, and particularly autumn ring mini, don't give you enough space to do this properly. I tried everything to make the car roll less-stiffer springs, arb's, and dampers- everything made the car worse. Really curious for your thoughts on this and eliminating that "snap."


    P.S. sorry I didn't post yesterday's updates to your thread. I totally forgot!
     
  13. Racing ralf

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    Great tunes! I've already tried many of them. Especially like the peugeot 106 ralley and the ur-quattro. And won the 10 rounds on ascari endurance race against bugatti's and ferrari's with your autobianchi a112 :) (+18 sec)
    Also like the fact that your not trying to make an FF car feel like an FR car by adding insane amounts a ballast in the rear. That makes them sluggish and spoils the driving fun.
    Continue the good work!

    P.s. The ur-quattro is even more balanced and easier on front tyres with 50kg balast +50
     
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  14. feydrautha

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    Thanks! Funny thing is that I haven't used any of these cars for career mode, it's always fun to hear the crazy things that people are using them for. Honestly I never thought the A112 could be competitive against anything, let alone Ferraris and Bugattis! Been meaning to mess around with the ur-quattro, I'll give your ballast suggestion a try!
     
  15. Racing ralf

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    The nice thing about racing your streetcars on ascari is that you need a balanced tune to win, and since it is not a fast circuit light cars with high pp have an advantage since you can use softer sports tyres and in some you don't have to pit at all. Drove it twice with your honda civic type r 08 (best FF?), and set a better overall time in normally aspirated trim than in turbo aspirated trim for instance, both on SS tyres.
     
  16. feydrautha

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    That's actually really good info, I got the impression that most of my FF setups were really hard on the fronts. The civic is pretty nasty (in a good way! ) and wouldn't surprise me if it was faster NA. I just like cars with too much power! Not sure about "best FF car" though. I am very partial to the Spoon cars; just redid the Integra and I really like it. I'll try to update the post for it after this.
     
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    I've tried out the spoon civic '00 and.... you'r so right! What a car! I've also given a honda civic type R '97 the same setup and that works equally well. The couple are now my online racing track tools. The honda for the faster circuits (slightly heavier but more hp) and the spoon for the slower tracks (better brakes and higher corner speed).
    Made 1 adjustment though: increased the LSD deceleration from 23 to 40 since the cars were nervous on high speed braking making me clip the grass regularly resulting in a spin. This also resulted that mid turn braking (going in to fast, I'm a moderate driver:() results in turning the nose towards the inside of the corner instead of drifting out of the corner.
     
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    FF's braking and exit characteristics are greatly affected by LSD decel. Curious to give this a try.
     
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    Tried this out. Has quite a bit more understeer on turn in, but exits feel better. Personally, I prefer more off throttle turn in, but some folks might like the easier corner exits.
     
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    Beautiful setting friend.
     
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    Thanks!

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    Eagle Talon Esi '97


    507pp
    393hp
    1024kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims +2

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    83 80

    Springs
    7.16 5.39

    Dampers
    C 2.4
    E 4 1

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.194
    Set final to 3.425
    Set gears

    1:3.179
    2:2.357
    3:1.842
    4:1.463
    5:1.194

    Final 3.425

    LSD
    7
    16
    23

    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
     
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    City of Arts and Sciences - Night.jpg Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 '98 or

    900hp Japanese Tentacle Monster from Beyond the Black Toilet!!!


    This car will violate you... in a good way.

    630pp
    958hp
    1345kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    80 82

    Springs
    9.72 9.98

    Dampers
    C 3 6
    E 4 3

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.03

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission (short)

    Set final to stock
    Set top speed to 124mph
    Set top gear to 1.234
    Set final to 2.774
    Set gears

    1:3.735
    2:2.655
    3:2.092
    4:1.716
    5:1.442
    6:1.234

    Final 2.774

    LSD
    7 11
    17 15
    23 24

    Torque Split
    40:60

    Triple plate clutch
    Carbon Driveshaft

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 30%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_1.jpg
     
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  24. feydrautha

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    Syracuse - Night.jpg
    Syracuse - Night_1.jpg SRT4 '03

    You hear stories of these running crazy amounts of boost on stock internals almost as often as you hear about them grenading motors. One of my favorite all time deeply flawed-but awesome cars, and guilty pleasures. This one turned out way better than my wildest expectations, and is particularly hilarious on the 'ring.

    When my friend and tester Rhombohedron asked, in exhasperated tones: "why the hell does this this thing have so much power!?" The most appropriate answer I could think of was: "Because SRT4, bro."

    If you push, it will push back; take it easy on the corner exits.

    Update 9/25/14 updated for new physics.

    570pp
    560hp
    1105kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    88 85

    Springs
    7.73 5.81

    Dampers
    C 2 4
    E 4 1

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission (short)

    Set final to 5.500
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.007
    Set final to 3.286
    Set gears

    1:3.213
    2:2.277
    3:1.752
    4:1.413
    5:1.178
    6:1.007

    Final 3.286

    Transmission (Nurburgring)
    Set final to 5.500
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.007
    Set final to 3.000
    Set gears

    1:3.213
    2:2.277
    3:1.759
    4:1.399
    5:1.141
    6.0.935

    Final: 3.000

    LSD
    7
    17
    23

    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
     
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    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_1.jpg Amuse S2000 R1 '04 and Amuse NISMO 380RS Super Leggera

    Both of these cars are pretty good. The s2000 is very fast through the corners with a touch of oversteer, while the Z has tremendous stability as its weapon, giving the driver the confidence to attack lap after lap. I really love them. Their brilliance should come as no surprise, as even in the company of names like Kobayashi, Niikura, Ama-san and Ichishima; Tanabe-san from Amuse was a real genius. Many of his demo cars seemed to take performance tuning a step further than his peers. For instance, on the Super Leggera, many of the body panels were replaced with custom manufactured dry-carbon pieces for drastic weight reduction. I believe the s2000 R1 is the car that dominated BM's touge circuit for a long time.


    Update 10/29/14 updated both tunes for new physics and added nurburgring transmissions.


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    S2000 R1 '04

    537pp
    418hp
    1041kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    80 80

    Springs
    12.35 13.31

    Dampers
    C 3 4
    E 4 3

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Racing Brakes
    3 2

    Transmission

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.637
    Set final to 2.690
    Set gears

    1:5.095
    2:3.705
    3:2.885
    4:2.333
    5:1.935
    6:1.637

    Final 2.690

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.487
    Set final to 2.690
    Set gears

    1:5.095
    2:3.705
    3:2.872
    4:2.280
    5:1.833
    6:1.487

    Final: 2.690

    LSD
    12
    14
    23

    Triple plate clutch
    Carbon driveshaft

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Standard hood
    Standard windows
    Rigidity up

    Downforce
    0 100

    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_3.jpg

    NISMO 380RS Super Leggera

    568pp
    563hp
    1236kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    80 80

    Springs
    14.82 13.90

    Dampers
    C 3 5
    E 4 4

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.03


    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 124mph
    Set top gear to 1.259
    Set final to 3.110
    Set gears

    1:3.630
    2:2.724
    3:2.161
    4:1.767
    5:1.478
    6:1.259

    Final 3.110

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 124 mph
    Set top gear to 1.201
    Set final to 2.750
    Set gears

    1:3.809
    2:2.799
    3:2.176
    4:1.742
    5:1.431
    6:1.201

    Final 2.750

    LSD
    12
    14
    23


    Triple plate clutch
    Carbon driveshaft

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    std comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    std. cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 30%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Std. hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Downforce
    150 250

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  26. feydrautha

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    Circuit de Spa-Francorchamps_1.jpg Bugatti Veyron 16.4 '13

    I know, I know, you're probably thinking that this car is a complete disaster with so much power. Honestly, I haven't heard anyone with nice things to say about this car; and I can't really understand why. It has terrific stability and really makes its tremendous power output accessible. Just remember how much power and weight this car has and brake accordingly. Lap times are still pretty silly even on SS tires. Take it for a spin!

    Syracuse - Night.jpg

    I have never considered the Veyron to be a particularly good looking car, but I think I've managed to capture a few flattering angles.

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    700pp
    1324hp
    1476kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    80 85

    Springs
    8.86 12.65

    Dampers
    C 3 6
    E 4 3

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Racing Brakes
    3 2

    Transmission

    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 162mph
    Set top gear to 0.911
    Set final to 2.730
    Set gears

    1:3.277
    2:2.321
    3:1.801
    4:1.461
    5:1.223
    6:1.046
    7:0.911

    For Nurburgring change 6th and 7th

    6:1.025
    7:0.870

    Final 2.730

    LSD
    7 10
    16 18
    22 23

    Torque Split
    40:60


    Triple plate clutch
    Carbon Driveshaft

    Power
    Std tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 40%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Std hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity std.
    Ballast 70kg
    Position (-50)

    Downforce
    0 200

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    Last edited: Apr 22, 2014
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    Syracuse.jpg Fiat Coupe Turbo Plus '00

    Ahh yes, the little FWD Fiat from hell! I love this car; I love the styling, I love the powerplant, I love that it's Italian, I love that it's driven by the wrong wheels, I love that it's forbidden in the States, etc...what a brilliant car! Took a little while to tame the understeer on this one, but I think I got it. (Mostly.)

    Update 9/29/14 updated for new physics. Added Nurburgring Transmission.

    508pp
    404hp
    1112kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    88 85

    Springs
    8.69 4.66

    Dampers
    C 2 4
    E 4 1

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.104
    Set final to 3.089
    Set gears

    1:3.192
    2:2.355
    3:1.851
    4:1.517
    5:1.277
    6:1.104

    Final 3.089

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 4.500
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 0.978
    Set final to 2.705
    Set gears

    1:3.126
    2:2.356
    3:1.856
    4:1.494
    5:1.205
    6:0.978

    Final :2.705

    LSD
    7
    17
    24


    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
    Ballast weight- 40kg
    Position (-49)

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    Last edited: Sep 29, 2014
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    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_7.jpg
    Nismo 270R '94
    and Nismo 400R '96

    Two very interesting drives.

    The S14 must have a very special SR20, because it has a crazy amount of power. One of my good friends has an S14 with a seriously built SR20 that is making close to 500hp at the crank. That car is already obscenely fast and pretty on the limit in terms of reliability/component life, not to mention driveability. Not sure where they found an extra 100hp. ("Lol just crank up the boost/bigger turbo, bro!" -I know, I know, but there has to be more to it than that.)

    The GTR also has a very interesting motor. It revs all the way to 10,000 rpm, but the best shift is at 9,000. On the surface, this is very annoying because you have to resist the urge to just rev the crap out of it, and you are constantly having to think about when to shift. Once you get past this, you will realize that this setup lets you hold a gears a bit longer, rather than upshifting or banging it off the limiter. This Is very useful in tight, technical sectors. Both of these cars really come alive on the Nurburgring.

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    Nismo 270R '94

    554pp
    601hp
    1064kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    90. 91

    Springs
    7.59 6.90

    Dampers
    C 3 4
    E 4 3

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.01 0.03

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.113
    Set final to 3.070
    Set gears

    1:3.575
    2:2.496
    3:1.934
    4:1.566
    5:1.305
    6:1.113

    Final 3.070

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.048
    Set final to 2.660
    Set gears

    1:3.575
    2:2.487
    3:1.923
    4:1.545
    5:1.268
    6:1.048

    Final 2.660


    LSD
    10
    12
    21


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    std comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Standard hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Ballast 20kg
    Position (+48)

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    Nismo 400R '96

    606pp
    783hp
    1245kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    82 80

    Springs
    17.56 15.04

    Dampers
    C 3 6
    E 4 3

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 124mph
    Set top gear to 1.274
    Set final to 3.230
    Set gears

    1:4.265
    2:2.914
    3:2.224
    4:1.791
    5:1.489
    6:1.274

    Final 3.230

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 124mph
    Set top gear to 1.179
    Set final to 2.750
    Set gears

    1:4.265
    2:2.914
    3:2.224
    4:1.779
    5:1.438
    6:1.179

    Final 2.750


    LSD
    7. 10
    16 15
    23 24

    Torque Split
    39:61

    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Standard comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 40%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Standard hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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    Last edited: Apr 24, 2014
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    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_4.jpg Nissan March 12SR '07

    Sweet handling mini hatch! It just looks so cool, too, with it's little flares and body kit. Hilarious reprieve from the two monsters above.

    480pp
    279hp
    854kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    78 75

    Springs
    6.61 4.78

    Dampers
    C 2 4
    E 4 1

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 99mph
    Set top gear to 1.245
    Set final to 3.354
    Set gears

    1:3.224
    2:2.452
    3:1.911
    4:1.525
    5:1.245

    Final 3.354


    LSD
    7
    17
    23


    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
    Ballast 15kg
    Position (-45)

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    Last edited: Apr 24, 2014
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    Gemasolar.jpg Suzuki MR Wagon Sport '04

    A reprieve from the reprieve. Haven't done a kei car in a while, and I had forgotten how much I love them!

    430pp
    149hp
    750kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    87 85

    Springs
    5.10 3.78

    Dampers
    C 2 4
    E 4 1

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Racing Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 5.500
    Set top speed to 87mph
    Set top gear to 1.299
    Set final to 3.002
    Set gears

    1:3.262
    2:2.509
    3:1.974
    4:1.582
    5:1.299

    Final 3.002


    LSD
    7
    17
    23


    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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    Last edited: Apr 24, 2014