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

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

  1. rickykaka3

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    Do you think that body rigidity improves the car? In what? Thanks

    I want to know if it can improves the car, as i tested a car (sti '09) with improved rigidity and i was 4sec faster than the sti with no improved rigidity.
     
  2. feydrautha

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    I wish I understood this better, but unfortunately, all I can say is that the cars feel better to drive to me with it installed. :guilty: Sorry I can't be more helpful in that regard.
     
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    No worries, thanks anyways for the feedback
     
  4. demonchilde

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    I'll add my two cents man.
    From my tests, I didn't like what I saw on the majority of what I used it on, UNLESS I got it right from the start. If I got it, and then tuned it, then the tune worked around 'whatever it does'. But any car I've already tuned, (*this is important), adding this threw off the feel of the ride. *however, if after the tune, something doesn't "feel" right about your car, maybe your tuning it, and the rides a little shakey and no matter what you change it doesn't effect it, try this.

    Case in point;
    One of my grind cars is the BMW Z4 M Coupe. Wonderful car, but no matter what I did to it, it felt like I needed to change something, but I couldn't quite figure out what. So I got the rigitidy improvement and nailed it. Bugs gone, and the rides very tuned now.
    I still say, use it as a last resort. You don't want to have to buy 2 of every car if you don't like it, lol.
     
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    "You don't want to have to buy 2 of every car if you don't like it, lol."

    Definetely not ;)
     
  6. feydrautha

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    Thanks! Will keep in mind.
     
  7. Rhombohedron

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    I did a comparison of your old (pre 1/17) and new setups for the Autobianchi A112. Both runs were at Laguna Seca on sports soft tires with all aids except ABS off and 500pp. My best lap for the old setup was a 1:36.353, and my best lap for the new setup was 1:36.142, making the new setup better (for me at least) by .211 seconds. I didn't notice any real handling changes though. Car feels really easy to drive, and I found my groupings with both setups to be pretty consistent (< .5 seconds deviation per lap). Highly recommend that setup/car for 500pp events if you're looking for a simple, corner eating lightweight hatchback. Obviously, this car is suited for small tracks with many corners and few straights.
     
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  8. feydrautha

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    The changes to the Autobianchi were mainly made in the name of improving traction and tire wear rather than outright lap time. The. 2s are probably traction related.

    If you wanna try something really funny, you should give the Honda 1300 a swing on the nurburgring. Nitrous down the straight is particularly surprising to unsuspecting victims. I dropped my friend, who was using a car with 2x power, like a prom dress.

    Got a few new ones on the way tonight! Stay tuned!
     
  9. Rhombohedron

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    Sounds hilarious, might give it a try sometime. Might I request that you tune the Nissan Silvia 240RS (S110) '83? It's a surprisingly quick car, loads of fun to drive, and has a neat heritage being Nissan's 200-car production version of their Group B rally car. I sense that it even has drifting potential.

    Edit: Also, 1:32.718 at Laguna Seca on SS tires and 500pp. Nearly 4 seconds faster than the Autobianchi...
     
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    You got it!
     
  11. feydrautha

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    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_5.jpg Honda ODYSSEY '03

    The JDM Odyssey has got to be the coolest minivan in existence. IMHO it looks great lowered and with some wheels. Handles surprisingly well too. Thanks Obama 4wd!

    Use nitrous for optimal trolling results.

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

    Grip Setup

    492pp
    427hp
    1367kg


    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims +2
    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    90 89

    Springs
    8.81 6,45

    Dampers
    C2 3
    E3 4

    ARB
    3 5

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.189
    Set final to 3.018
    Set gears

    1:3.877
    2:2.683
    3:1.940
    4:1.479
    5:1.189

    Final 3.018

    LSD
    7 10
    17 17
    21 18

    Torque Split
    25:75

    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
    Standard hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca_7.jpg
     
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    Tsukuba Circuit_5.jpg Honda ODYSSEY '03 Drift Tune

    The whole concept of this was so amusing that I just had to try it. Turned out ok; not the best drift car ever, but it will get very sideways and make you laugh.

    Update 5/25/14 changes to ride height, dampers, transmission. Drifts easier.

    Drift Setup

    492pp
    427hp
    1367kg


    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    85 85

    Springs
    7.81 7.91

    Dampers
    C3 6
    E4 3

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    -0.20 -0.20

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.260
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.189
    Set final to 3.950
    Set gears

    1:3.011
    2:2.307
    3:1.826
    4:1.460
    5:1.189

    Final 3.555

    LSD
    5 10
    5 60
    5 5

    Torque Split
    10:90

    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
    Standard hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Tsukuba Circuit_4.jpg
     
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  13. feydrautha

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    Willow Springs International Raceway - Big Willow_2.jpg Nissan SKYLINE GTS-R (R31) '87

    Looks pretty decent with the right stance and wheels. There is a Best Motoring segment where Dori-Dori drives one of these that has been tuned using Carburetors. The altitude of the track affected the carbs and the car wouldn't rev properly, but man did it sound great. I really like the motor in this one. Shift at 8,000 RPM.

    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, added nurburgring transmission.

    534pp
    516hp
    1147kg

    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims +2

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    81 82

    Springs
    7.98 6.19

    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 4.750
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.221
    Set final to 2.725
    Set gears

    1:3.676
    2:2.693
    3:2.107
    4:1.714
    5:1.432
    6:1.221

    Final 2.725

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Just change the following from above

    4:1.639
    5:1.271
    6:0.979

    LSD
    11
    12
    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
    Rigidity up
    Ballast 50
    Position (+45)

    Willow Springs International Raceway - Big Willow_3.jpg
     
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    Tsukuba Circuit_3.jpg Nissan SKYLINE GTS-R (R31) '87 Drift Tune

    Nissan RWD turbo vehicle, so pretty much mandatory.

    Drift Setup

    535pp
    516hp
    1097kg

    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    78 75

    Springs
    7.56 7.86

    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 1.221
    Set final to 3.718
    Set gears

    1:4.238
    2:2.989
    3:2.237
    4:1.752
    5:1.432
    6:1.221

    Final 3.718

    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 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
     
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    Syracuse - Night_6.jpg Nissan SILVIA 240RS (S110) '83

    Careful with this one, you might put someone's eye out with it! ;) If the looks have you skeptical, the sound of the engine cranking up when you get in it should have you sold. This car also has Group B rally heritage! Drive it!

    Thanks to Rhombohedron for his feedback during this car's development.

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

    Grip Setup

    500pp
    356hp
    873kg

    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims +1
    No driving aids except ABS 1

    Ride height
    90 91

    Springs
    5.56 4.17

    Dampers
    C2 3
    E3 5

    ARB
    3 4

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.00

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 5.250
    Set top speed to 99
    Set top gear to 1.364
    Set final to 3.373
    Set gears

    1:3.614
    2:2.542
    3:1.981
    4:1.612
    5:1.364

    Final 3.373

    LSD
    11
    12
    21

    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

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

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
    Ballast 25
    Position (+35)

    Syracuse - Night_7.jpg
     
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    Tsukuba Circuit_7.jpg Nissan SILVIA 240RS (S110) '83. Drift Tune

    Well, what did you expect?

    Drift Setup

    529pp
    442hp
    848kg
    Comfort Hard Tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    88 85

    Springs
    4.56 4.71

    Dampers
    C2 1
    E4 1

    ARB
    4 1

    Camber
    0.0 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 1.393
    Set final to 3.718
    Set gears

    1:3.825
    2:2.638
    3:2.019
    4:1.638
    5:1.393

    Final 3.718

    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 40%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Tsukuba Circuit_6.jpg
     
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  17. feydrautha

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    Gemasolar_2.jpg Audi RS4 '01

    Tons of power. Looks awesome. Be mindful that this car's motor is in front (seriously, who thought that was a good idea?) of the front axle, tuck the nose in early and use the 4wd to power out of the corner. For tighter circuits, you might consider making the front springs softer by .02-.04 and using the front end instability to help get the car turned it.

    *update 2/3* change to front and rear toe. Car has much better braking and turn in stability and a touch less understeer.

    583pp
    718hp
    1297kg


    Sport Softs, Racing Tires (any)
    Rims +1
    No driving aids except ABS 1
    Controller sensitivity (0)

    Ride height
    81 80

    Springs
    9.68 7.07

    Dampers
    C3 4
    E4 5

    ARB
    2 4

    Camber
    0.2 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.03

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 124
    Set top gear to 1.117
    Set final to 3.082
    Set gears

    1:3.002
    2:2.225
    3:1.778
    4:1.488
    5:1.276
    6:1.117

    Final 3.082 (2.600 for Nurburgring)

    LSD
    7 11
    16 15
    21 24

    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

    Gemasolar_3.jpg
     
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    Ascari Full Track.jpg Honda CR-X SiR '90

    Good old Honda CR-X with a good old B-Series. Can you imagine what these motors would be like if only they could be adapted for FR swaps? I've seen them in Elises and MR-S's before, but imagine one of these in an AE86 (I promise I'm not trolling, 4AG heads,) or an MX-5, or a Cappuccino! That would be awesome!

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    2/21/15 updated for new physics. Darth Vader breathing apparatus removed.

    470pp
    262hp
    867kg

    Sport Softs tires
    Rims +1

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    98 95

    Springs
    8.58 6.63

    Dampers
    C2 4
    E4 1

    ARB
    4 6

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.252
    Set final to 3.405
    Set gears

    1:3.470
    2:2.716
    3:2.198
    4:1.809
    5:1.503
    6:1.252

    Final 3.405

    Transmission for Suzuka

    change the following from above:

    4:1.808
    5:1.493
    6:1.227

    Final 3.375

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Change the following from above:

    4:1.808
    5:1.493
    6:1.222

    Final 3.035

    LSD
    7
    17
    23

    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

    Autumn Ring - Mini.jpg
     
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    ha ha, there is another guy on here somewhere from the Nederlands whose tag is Gurney Halleck! What is it with all you Frank Herbert fans?! (One of my favourite books by the way and you should also read Hyperion and Fall of Hyperion by Dan Simmons - absolute solid gold). Love the look of the Volvo Estate LOL. :)
     
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    Thanks! I'll have to meet Gurney, always nice to talk to another Dune fan. Hopefully he won't try to kill me for being a Harkonnen animal! I've actually tried to read some of FH's other stuff, Jesus Incident was OK, but mostly he's just too weird and out there for me. It's funny to think that Dune is his most sane and coherent work.

    I agree with you on Hyperion! I was absolutely floored the first time that I read it. IMO the only work of SF that I know of that is comparable in breadth and scope to Dune. Not so sure about the 2 Endymion books though.

    Glad you like the Volvo!
     
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    You should also check out Alastair Reynolds. He's got some fresh BIG ideas.
     
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    Thank mate, will do. We are so on the same page about Endymion - what the **** happened there?! Its one thing to find Buddhism or whatever and have 3 page descriptions of hanging gardens coupled with boring, lame hero/heroine, but contradicting all the great stuff in the first 2 books was unforgivable!!! Thanks for your recommend, I will let you know - and won't hijack your oil shop with any more literary waffle!! :D
     
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    Waffle away! You might have noticed I'm not the most serious oil shop. Also, It's always nice to talk to a fellow SF literate!:cheers:
     
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    Ha Ha, cheers. Its the fact that you don't take yourself so seriously is great, plus the cars you have chosen to touch up - some really great classics. I love the old BMW, so happy to see it in the hill climb - even if Usain Bolt could have beaten it to the top. Don't worry, if I want the silk department, I will head to Hami or Praiano - but its great to check out all the tuners like yourself. There are some hidden gems out there! I checked out 'Jack the Ripper's' Aventador tune; he may not be able spell for **** and his serial killer analogies are dodgy at best - but boy, what a tune! And using camber contrary to what everyone, including me thought. My vote for most improved car performance along with some random Delta Wing 13 tune I tried which is also miraculous. I am really pleased you have entered the Shelby 350 - was starting to think she had been forgotten about which would have been a pity. On a final note; Gene Wolf's 'Book of the New Sun' in 2 volumes is just weird enough to be great and is a forgotten, obscure masterpiece IMHO. :cheers::tup::gtpflag:
     
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    Syracuse_2.jpg TVR Tamora '02

    I really, really like the way this car drives. I like it even more than the '65 Alfa GTA. It is so versatile. If you drive it smoothly, it can put in some decent lap times. If you drive it like a hoonigan (which is how it was meant to be driven, screw lap times,) it has some really nice, controllable oversteer. It's a terrible shame that this company went under before we could get any of their wonderfully dangerous machines here in the States. I can only hope that the rumors of their resurrection are true. Fingers crossed...

    Also,

    PDI, Y U NO LIKE SAGARIS!!!???

    Sincerely,

    Everyone


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    Update 9/29/14 added Nurburgring Transmission.

    570pp
    536hp
    886kg


    Sport Softs
    Rims std.
    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    71 72

    Springs
    6.46 7.23

    Dampers
    C3 6
    E4 3

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.03

    Racing Brakes
    3 2

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 124
    Set top gear to 1.205
    Set final to 3.179
    Set gears

    1:3.287
    2:2.439
    3:1.891
    4:1.499
    5:1.205

    Final 3.179

    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 5.000
    Set top speed to 124 mph
    Set top gear to 0.997
    Set final to 3.055

    Set gears

    1:3.287
    2:2.439
    3:1.831
    4:1.361
    5:0.997

    Final: 3.055

    LSD
    16
    10
    22


    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

    Willow Springs International Raceway - Big Willow_6.jpg
     
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    Alfa Romeo Giulia Sprint GTA '65 Drift Tune

    Another entry in the "inappropriate drift car" segment. For Matteo05.

    524pp
    285hp
    662kg

    Comfort Hard tires

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    69 65

    Springs
    4.90 5.04

    Dampers
    C2 1
    E4 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 99
    Set top gear to 1.142
    Set final to 3.714
    Set gears

    1:3.137
    2:2.157
    3:1.636
    4:1.335
    5:1.142

    Final 3.714

    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 50%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

    Tsukuba Circuit_9.jpg
     
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  27. feydrautha

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    Gemasolar_4.jpg Spoon CR-Z

    This one rounds out the Spoon road cars. Tepid at best; I really wonder where Honda was going with this car, as it has neither interesting performance nor particularly good fuel economy. What's really alarming is that even Spoon could only do so much with this car. Mugen CR-Z looks cool, but according to PDI it doesn't exist, so I guess we'll never know. At least the handling is nice.

    11/11/14 updated for new physics, added transmission for Nurburgring.

    453pp
    238hp
    995kg


    Sport Softs
    Rims std.

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    88 85

    Springs
    6.81 5.14

    Dampers
    C2 4
    E4 1

    ARB
    4 5

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 -0.02

    Brakes
    2 3

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.115
    Set final to 3.745
    Set gears

    1:3.046
    2:2.310
    3:1.846
    4:1.527
    5:1.293
    6:1.115

    Final 3.745


    Transmission for Nurburgring

    Set final to 4.750
    Set top speed to 112mph
    Set top gear to 0.988
    Set final to 3.425
    Set gears

    1:3.046
    2:2.310
    3:1.846
    4:1.492
    5:1.212
    6:0.988

    Final 3.425

    LSD
    7
    17
    21

    Triple plate clutch

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

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Standard hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up

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    Last edited: Nov 12, 2014
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  28. feydrautha

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    Special Stage Route 7_1.jpg Toyota SUPRA RZ '97 Drag/Wangan Tune

    Sometimes you just need to drive something with a stupid amount of power really fast in a straight line. Or do obnoxious brakestands and burnouts. This car is for that purpose. This is my first Wangan/drag car; I think I got the gearing right, left a little room on the top end for drafitng/nos. If you have any suggestions on how to improve it, please let me know, I am new to the discipline.

    Update 10/9 updated for new physics. Better traction, smarter gearing.

    614pp
    937hp
    1258kg


    Sport Softs, Racing Softs
    Rims +1

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    80 82

    Springs
    9.35 6.96

    Dampers
    C3 5
    E4 4

    ARB
    3 4

    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 .940
    Set final to 2.000
    Set gears

    1:3.377
    2:2.562
    3:2.002
    4:1.562
    5:1.216
    6:0.940

    Final 2.000

    LSD
    11
    12
    21

    Carbon Driveshaft
    Triple plate clutch

    Power
    Stage 3 tuning
    Sports comp
    Racing exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Sports cats
    Intake tuning
    High rpm turbo (you might consider running mid turbo for standing start or shorter races)
    Nitrous- yes 70%

    Weight
    Stage 3 reduction
    Carbon hood
    Window weight reduction
    Rigidity up
    Ballast 50
    Position (+45)

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    Last edited: Oct 9, 2014
  29. feydrautha

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    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_2.jpg Daihatsu Cuore/Mira TR-XX Avanzato R '97 & Mitsubishi MINICA DANGAN ZZ '89

    I can't get enough of these little Kei cars. There is just something really cool about their little, high revving, high tech turbo engines; and the handling is terrific! IMO they look really cool too. I am offering 2 for 1 on this one because the setups are very similar and because of this classic Top Gear clip which, along with a series of articles in EVO about David Yu's Cappuccino long-termer, sparked my interest in these little machines.

    Update 9/20/14 both cars updated for new physics



    City of Arts and Sciences - Night.jpg Daihatsu Cuore TR-XX Avanzato R (J) '97

    Also works for the Daihatsu Mira R.

    Update 6/6/14 changes to suspension, trans. Lsd

    484pp
    185hp
    622kg

    Sport Softs
    Rims +1

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    77 74

    Springs
    5.18 3.45

    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 5.250
    Set top speed to 87
    Set top gear to 1.264
    Set final to 3.261
    Set gears

    1:3.171
    2:2.435
    3:1.932
    4:1.553
    5:1.264

    Final 3.261

    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

    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_1.jpg

    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_3.jpg Mitsubishi MINICA DANGAN ZZ '89

    I think I like this one a little more than the Daihatsu. 10,000rpm is hard to resist, and it's a little bit lighter to boot.

    Update 6/6/14 changes to springs, transmission

    469pp
    154hp
    567kg

    Sport Softs
    Rims +2

    No driving aids except ABS 1


    Ride height
    87 85

    Springs
    4.34 2.72

    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 5.750
    Set top speed to 87
    Set top gear to 1.313
    Set final to 3.694
    Set gears

    1:3.330
    2:2.544
    3:1.989
    4:1.602
    5:1.313

    Final 3.694

    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

    City of Arts and Sciences - Night_5.jpg
     
    Last edited: Sep 21, 2014
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    Gemasolar.jpg Lotus Esprit Turbo HC '87

    You may have noticed that I haven't tuned any MR cars. That's because they have caused me nothing but :banghead: :mad: thus far. This is the first one that I am comfortable sharing, and only because I learned a few things from studying Hami's excellent NSX seasonal tune.

    *Update* change to rear toe. Better stability under braking.


    550pp
    499hp
    1009kg

    Sport Softs
    Rims std.
    No driving aids except ABS 1
    Controller sensitivity (0)


    Ride height
    60 110

    Springs
    6.57 9.60

    Dampers
    C 6 9
    E 6 9

    ARB
    4 2

    Camber
    0.0 0.0

    Toe
    0.02 0.03

    Racing Brakes
    3 2

    Transmission
    Set final to 4.759
    Set top speed to 112
    Set top gear to 1.325
    Set final to 2.950
    Set gears

    1:4.273
    2:2.751
    3:2.002
    4:1.582
    5:1.325

    Final 2.950

    LSD
    13
    14
    22

    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
    Ballast 50
    Position (-40)

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    Last edited: Feb 25, 2014
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