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

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  1. feydrautha

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    Gemasolar_2.jpg Toyota SPORTS 800 '65

    I saw one of these in person once at the Lane Motor Museum, in Nashville, TN. It is actually smaller in person than it appears in the game.

    Update 10/29/14 updated for new physics, added transmission for nurburgring

    494pp
    163hp
    524kg

    Sport Soft Tires

    No driving aids except ABS
    Rims+2


    Ride height
    73 74

    Springs
    4.18 3.52

    Dampers
    C3 5
    E4 4

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.250
    Set top speed to 87
    Set top gear to 1.229
    Set final to 2.629
    Set gears

    1:3.075
    2:2.386
    3:1.898
    4:1.520
    5:1.229

    Final 2.629

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 4.250
    Set top speed to 87
    Set top gear to 0.992
    Set final to 2.645
    Set gears

    1:3.075
    2:2.218
    3:1.683
    4:1.301
    5:0.992

    Final 2.645

    LSD
    11
    11
    21


    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
    No rigidity up
     
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2014
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  2. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_7.jpg Toyota SPORTS 800 '65 Drift Tune

    Another amusing drifter. Nitrous not mandatory like in the S800, but fun and useful.

    487pp
    156hp
    524kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    68 65

    Springs
    4.26 4.46

    Dampers
    C1 1
    E1 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.2 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    3 2

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.259
    Set top speed to 87
    Set top gear to 1.106
    Set final to 3.867
    Set gears

    1:3.507
    2:2.442
    3:1.782
    4:1.368
    5:1.106

    Final 3.867

    LSD
    10
    60
    5


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo
    Nitrous- yes 100%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
     
    Last edited: Jan 10, 2014
  3. Nomad67

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    Yeah, I have actually regarding that guide...you've seemed to of worked out the kinks on that Nova for sure. I think we have similar handling tastes. I also read you've had your Stang on the Dragon...I totally hear you on the brake replacing lol..I was there in 2008 on my bike, road from Ontario....Took the Blue Ridge Pkwy as far as we could going there. I was riding a heavy cruiser, the bike with fuel is almost a 1000lbs....with me 1225lbs...so slowing down that beast on the Dragon took a lot of pad.

    Then for giggles thru my wife (she rode her bike down as well, just not comfortable riding the Dragon) on the back of mine for a hot lap...the bike actually handled better with the two of us. I also ground down about quarter to half inch of my floor boards as I has a small fireworks show shooting out from back of my feet. Great place!

    LOL, well she was my wife...so there was a certain amount of trust involved...as well she was a very good rider herself, and even better passenger, never knew she was there....I had a couple of sport bikes following us...thought I was slowing them down....so I pulled off at the look out so they could go by...they pulled off with me.. I thought to myself...oh, oh...gonna get an ear full, ...broke some etiquette on the dragon or something...they were grinn'in from ear to ear....said they loved watching all the sparks flying out of the back of my bike...and was wondering how I went through so quick with a passenger on a cruiser no less. I also watched in amazement...as I saw one rider with one arm..he had his bike set up so he had all the controls on one side....this guy was popping wheelies lol....I have never driven a car thru there but taking your mustang thru must've been a lot of fun.
     
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    It was a lot more fun after the springs than before! It's a big, heavy beast of a car with terrible seats; and not at all appropriate for the dragon! I actually started to get physically exhausted from propping myself up while manhandling the car; and I'm a pretty big, strong dude (that might actually be the problem.)
     
  5. Rhombohedron

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    Really enjoy your tune for the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA 1600! I was expecting it to be a handful given my previous experiences with lightweight rear wheel drive cars, but instead I got a pleasantly docile cornering machine. Nice work!
     
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    Thanks! It's probably one of my favorite cars in the game. If you have a minute, you might like the Isuzu 117. It feels very similar to drive.
     
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    Nice V8lvo btw.
     
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    What I like about your shop is it's fun! Somehow it stands out, maybe because nobody really drift tunes a Toyota Sports 800?? But as far as your tunes go, they're decent. I can manage some very good lap times with them straight out of the box. Then, as with every tune and tuner, when I adapt them to my driving style I can manage to pick up another second or so. Good job man :tup:. I always get a little excited to see your updates just so I can see what you've tuned next.
     
  9. Rhombohedron

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    Thanks! It's still a little bit underpowered for drifting, but it does a decent job as long as the turns are sharp enough. I've been spending way too much money on troll cars and sleepers for my own good.
     
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    Willow Springs International Raceway - Big Willow_5.jpg Mazdaspeed Atenza '05

    FITT Car of the Month Contribution, January 2014

    You see these driving around every now and then.

    We all know what it is when we see it; but I doubt many other people do.

    *updated* 1/18/14 suspension, LSD changes. Thanks to Rhombohedron for feedback!
    Tuned for the Nurburgring Nordschleife

    552pp
    536hp
    1230kg


    Sport Soft Tires
    Rims +1

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    95 93

    Springs
    8.62 8.82

    Dampers
    C3 4
    E4 5

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.3 0.0

    Toe
    0.03 0.00

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.250
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.334
    Set final to 2.330
    Set gears

    1:4.628
    2:3.265
    3:2.443
    4:1.913
    5:1.564
    6:1.334

    Final 2.330

    LSD
    7 10
    16 18
    21 20

    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 40%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Willow Springs International Raceway - Big Willow_6.jpg
     
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2014
  11. feydrautha

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    Thanks! that is very high praise and I am honored. I am really glad that you like them! I've always had a thing for "inappropriate" cars; and its cool that I can put these out there for people to enjoy. Also, just in the time i have been here, I have learned so much about this game from everyone. Neither of my friends who plays GT lives close by (and the one who does plays Forza:yuck:) so it's really cool to have a community to share this awesome game with. Thanks!
     
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  12. feydrautha

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    lol. I love troll cars..
     
  13. Rhombohedron

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    I gave the Autobianchi A112 Abarth a try. That thing is loads of fun! It's got the stability you'd expect from a front wheel drive car, but it still has a surprising amount of steering response. I found it to be faster than the Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint at Laguna Seca at 500PP too, which is probably because I was able to drive the A112 with a lot more aggression than with the Alfa Romeo. I think I may have to keep this page bookmarked...
     
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    You flatter me sir. I'll try not to disappoint.:)

    If you are running sports tires on the a112 you might want to try bumping the rear damper compression up a notch- I think it will help traction a little bit.
     
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    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_1.jpg Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupe '54

    I did not fully appreciate the magnificence of this car until I saw one in person at the Fangio Musem in Balcarce. Argentina. This museum is really something special. Balcarce, the birthplace of Juan Manuel Fangio, is a very small town in the middle of the vast Pampas grasslands of Argentina. Nestled within a few unassuming buildings in the town center is THE most badass car museum you have ever, ever visited; funded and run by Mercedes-Benz. The interiors of the building(s!) are enormous, and the lineup of cars was very serious. Some of the more notable heavy hitters in the lineup that I can remember included a prewar Alfa 8c, Mercedes w156s (2 of them!), Maserati 250F, Minolta Toyota 88cv, and Mclaren MP4/4! The best part was that none of the cars is roped off and security is minimal! You can walk right up to all of these beautiful pieces of history!



    505pp
    415hp
    1059kg


    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    95 96

    Springs
    7.37 5.37

    Dampers
    C3 5
    E4 4

    ARB
    4 6

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.206
    Set final to 2.975
    Set gears

    1:3.196
    2:2.487
    3:1.970
    4:1.555
    5:1.206 (1.150 for Nurburgring)

    Final 2.975

    LSD
    11
    14
    21

    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 35%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.jpg
     
    Last edited: Feb 14, 2015
  16. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_1.jpg Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Coupe '54 Drift Tune

    This one is for all the trolls out there in troll-land.

    505pp
    415hp
    1059kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    88 85

    Springs
    5.09 5.40

    Dampers
    C2 1
    E3 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.2 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.308
    Set final to 3.993
    Set gears

    1:4.385
    2:3.016
    3:2.161
    4:1.637
    5:1.308

    Final 3.993

    LSD
    10
    19
    5


    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
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Tsukuba Circuit_2.jpg
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2014
  17. feydrautha

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    Gemasolar.jpg Toyota 2000GT '67

    Goes together as a package deal (you hear that? PACKAGE DEAL:mad:) with the SPORTS 800. Yeah....SPORTS....mmmm. You know, a SPORTScar is totally better than a regular sportscar. Don't know why, but it just is.

    There are 2 Tunes available for this car, one for grip using SS tires, and one for drift using CH tires.

    11/4/14 Updated for new physics; added Nurburgring Transmission.

    Grip Tune

    469pp
    288hp
    937kg

    Sport Soft Tires
    Rims +1

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    80 81

    Springs
    6.72 5.68

    Dampers
    C3 5
    E4 4

    ARB
    4 5

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.06

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.179
    Set final to 3.545
    Set gears

    1:3.084
    2:2.351
    3:1.851
    4:1.475
    5:1.179

    Final 3.545

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 1.093
    Set final to 3.045
    Set gears

    1:3.249
    2:2.389
    3:1.819
    4:1.412
    5:1.093

    Final 3.045


    LSD
    10
    13
    21


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 35%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Gemasolar_1.jpg
     
    Last edited: Nov 5, 2014
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  18. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_5.jpg Toyota 2000GT '67 Drift Tune

    Maybe a little bit less wrong than the SL drift car, but only because it's a Toyota.

    469pp
    288hp
    937kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    73 70

    Springs
    6.58 6.98

    Dampers
    C1 1
    E1 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.2 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.179
    Set final to 4.358
    Set gears

    1:3.952
    2:2.718
    3:1.947
    4:1.475
    5:1.179

    Final 4.358

    LSD
    10
    60
    5

    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 100%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
     
    Last edited: Jan 11, 2014
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  19. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_4.jpg Volvo 240 GLT Estate '88 Drift Tune

    There is a great video on YouTube of a guy who built one of these with a 2jz in it, out looking for trouble. The best part is when he smokes a Supra with all of his friends laughing hysterically in the back seat.




    This one is for Rhombohedron

    *update 3/5/15*
    a few small changes to front ride height and camber made this car much easier to drift. Thanks to Taylor420 for his suggestions!


    467pp
    367hp
    1402kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    110 110

    Springs
    8.03 9.23

    Dampers
    C2 1
    E3 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 3.730
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.654
    Set final to 3.562
    Set gears

    1:5.392
    2:3.732
    3:2.698
    4:2.058
    5:1.654

    Final 3.562

    LSD
    10
    60
    5


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

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

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Tsukuba Circuit_3.jpg
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2014
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  20. FishHunters

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    Will definitely be trying some of your tunes very soon! I like the "oldies" theres a certain elegance to them. They may not be the 458's, Enzo's or Aventenders but they have their own aura. Its like seeing an old classic parked on the street. You step up look around the vehicle, then get closer and look inside. You take it back to your garage and tinker til you make it purrr. Then get it out on the road and push it to it's limits. What a joy ride it was.
     
  21. feydrautha

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    I know what you mean. Modern cars are faster and technically superior in every way, but they lack a certain character that the older ones possess. Also, they smell great, like a mixture of gas and old leather! Allow me to recommend the '65 Alfa GTA; it's one of my favorites.

    Edit: though by the time I get through with them there is not much "classic" about them anymore. :)
     
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    Syracuse - Night.jpg Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 Duetto '66

    Cue the Simon & Garfunkel.

    I have always thought that the proportions of this car were a little awkward, but it looks ok when lowered. Could use a little more power; but very nice to drive nonetheless.

    There are 2 tunes available for this car; a grip setup using SS-RS tires, and a drift setup using CH tires.

    GRIP SETUP

    Update 10/15/14 updated for new physics.

    447pp
    223hp
    844kg

    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    73 74

    Springs
    6.82 4.89

    Dampers
    C3 5
    E4 4

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.142
    Set final to 3.546
    Set gears

    1:2.989
    2:2.253
    3:1.767
    4:1.410
    5:1.142

    Final 3.546

    LSD
    11
    14
    18


    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
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Syracuse - Night_1.jpg
     
    Last edited: Oct 15, 2014
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  23. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_6.jpg Alfa Romeo Spider 1600 Duetto '66 Drift Tune

    Why the hell not?

    DRIFT SETUP

    446pp
    223hp
    844kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    68 65

    Springs
    6.20 6.40

    Dampers
    C2 1
    E3 1

    ARB
    2 3

    Camber
    0.3 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.142
    Set final to 4.601
    Set gears

    1:3.725
    2:2.577
    3:1.863
    4:1.421
    5:1.142

    Final 4.601

    LSD
    10
    60
    5


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    Nitrous- yes 100%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Tsukuba Circuit_7.jpg
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2014
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  24. feydrautha

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    Ascari Full Track_1.jpg Shelby GT350R '65

    I once heard a Mustang aficionado say of this car's handling: "It couldn't get out of it's own way." :lol:

    I actually like the way that this car handles! Tested at Seca and Nurburgring, primarily on SS tires.

    No shenanigans with the throttle, or you will end up in a wall. On fire.

    There are 2 tunes available for this car; a grip setup using SS-RS tires, and a drift setup using CH tires.

    GRIP SETUP

    2/21/15 updated for new physics.

    539pp
    525hp
    1042kg


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


    Ride height
    75 76

    Springs
    8.75 7.34

    Dampers
    C3 5
    E4 4

    ARB
    4 5

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.118
    Set final to 3.275
    Set gears

    1:3.046
    2:2.357
    3:1.865
    4:1.465
    5:1.118

    Final :3.275 (Nurburgring: 2.675)


    LSD
    13
    16
    21


    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
    Window weight reduction
    Std. Hood
    Rigidity up

    Ascari Full Track_2.jpg
     
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  25. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_8.jpg Shelby GT350R '65 Drift Tune


    The trick with this one is to balance the car on the supercharged engine's fat torque band rather than banging it off the rev limiter like many other drift cars.

    DRIFT SETUP

    558pp
    603hp
    1042kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    68 65

    Springs
    6.95 7.15

    Dampers
    C2 1
    E4 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.3 0.1

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.224
    Set final to 3.839
    Set gears

    1:4.105
    2:2.824
    3:2.022
    4:1.532
    5:1.224

    Final 3.839

    LSD
    10
    19
    5


    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
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Tsukuba Circuit_9.jpg
     
    Last edited: Jan 14, 2014
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  26. feydrautha

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    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_3.jpg Nissan Silvia (CSP311) '65

    Looks Italian, speaks Japanese. Must hang out with the Isuzu 117 a lot.

    Probably stoners.

    I'll just leave this here...




    There are 2 tunes available for this car; a grip setup using SS-RS tires, and a drift setup using CH tires.

    GRIP TUNE

    478pp
    285hp
    857kg

    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    96 100

    Springs
    5.44 4.00

    Dampers
    C2 3
    E3 4

    ARB
    3 5

    Camber
    0.4 0.2

    Toe
    0.02 0.03

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 87
    Set top gear to 1.223
    Set final to 2.547
    Set gears

    1:3.879
    2:2.701
    3:1.972
    4:1.513
    5:1.223

    Final 2.547

    LSD
    10
    11
    19


    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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    Last edited: Mar 21, 2014
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  27. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_10.jpg Nissan Silvia (CPS311) '65 Drift Tune

    Well...it is a Silvia. It would be wrong not to.

    DRIFT TUNE

    478PP
    285hp
    857kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    98 95

    Springs
    5.85 6.13

    Dampers
    C1 1
    E2 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.3 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 87
    Set top gear to 1.326
    Set final to 3.658
    Set gears

    1:4.206
    2:2.928
    3:2.137
    4:1.641
    5:1.326

    Final

    LSD
    10
    60
    5


    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High RPM turbo
    Nitrous- yes 100%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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    Last edited: Jan 14, 2014
  28. feydrautha

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    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_5.jpg Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale '63

    Is it even possible for these guys to make a bad looking car? Alfa twin cam feels nicer than in the Spider. As with all Alfas, very, very pleasant to drive.


    There are 2 tunes available for this car; a grip setup using SS-RS tires, and a drift setup (you know it! :tup:) using CH tires.

    GRIP TUNE

    Update 12/1/14 added Nurburgring transmission. Requested by @GiovyLM .


    443pp
    222hp
    835kg

    Sport Softs
    Rims std.
    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    71 72

    Springs
    6.50 5.45

    Dampers
    C3 5
    E4 4

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.04

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.277
    Set final to 3.475
    Set gears

    1:3.302
    2:2.473
    3:1.947
    4:1.566
    5:1.277

    Final 3.475

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 99mph
    Set top gear to 1.120
    Set final to 3.375
    Set gears

    1:3.302
    2:2.477
    3:1.911
    4:1.477
    5:1.120

    Final 3.375

    LSD
    10
    12
    19

    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
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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    Last edited: Dec 1, 2014
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  29. feydrautha

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    Tsukuba Circuit_12.jpg Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint Speciale '63 Drift Tune

    This was totally necessary.....

    DRIFT TUNE

    443pp
    222hp
    835kg


    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    68 65

    Springs
    6.40 6.70

    Dampers
    C1 1
    E2 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.3 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.277
    Set final to 4.247
    Set gears

    1:4.163
    2:2.881
    3:2.083
    4:1.589
    5:1.277

    Final 4.247

    LSD
    10
    60
    5


    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
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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    Last edited: Jan 14, 2014
  30. feydrautha

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    Gemasolar_2.jpg Caterham Seven Fireblade '02

    Silly little car. EVO magazine once listed one of the drawbacks of owning this car as: "Your wife will leave you."

    Sometimes you have to make sacrifices to have nice things....Bro. :p

    No drift setup this time around. I made one; it works, but is not very adjustable on the throttle and very hard work. not fun, so not worth sharing.

    Likes to flip over on race tires, might try some camber to try to fix that.


    610pp
    223hp
    364kg

    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    64 65

    Springs
    3.19 2.45

    Dampers
    C1 2
    E2 3

    ARB
    2 4

    Camber
    0.2 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.08

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.250
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.773
    Set final to 3.248
    Set gears

    1:6.154
    2:4.341
    3:3.248
    4:2.544
    5:2.079
    6:1.773

    Final 3.248

    LSD
    10
    12
    20 (for race tires change to 18)

    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

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

    Weight
    Carbon hood
    Rigidity up
     
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2014