AWRacing - Tune Garage

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Excellent. Tires last 10 laps at Sardegna. Another gem. Thanks.

When maxed out, is fast enough at LeMans in the WTC900. It’ll get 4 laps on fuel on FM6. Great brakes and cornering power. On FM1, it’ll hit 228 mph. I just stretched out the gearing, setting top gear at 380, first gear at 132, and evenly spaced the rest.
Currently testing a "900" tune and have some things to fine tune but sounds like you've got it covered! nice!
 
Am waiting the 900 pp tune to test it since am bit obsessed with that race this period.
Pretty much use the 800pp tune, ECU & Power restrictor up to 100, High RPM Turbo & Racing Intercooler, the set Top speed to 370 and gears as follows:
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Honda Civic Type R (EK) '98 - Engine Swap - 700PP


Wide Body, Wide Wheels, Front aero and Rear Wing, Used for any 700pp races at any track, LeMans needs FM6 and shortshifting mid rev bar for 3 laps
Awesome tune! However I can't seem to get 200 downforce on the front. Any chance you could give us the specific custom body parts? Thanks!

EDIT: Nevermind, I figured it out. For those who had the same problem you have to use rear type A.
 
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Honda Civic Type R (EK) '98 - Engine Swap - 700PP


Wide Body, Wide Wheels, Front aero and Rear Wing, Used for any 700pp races at any track, LeMans needs FM6 and shortshifting mid rev bar for 3 laps
Excellent tune, very fun to drive, thank you!
Used it on Road Atlanta against Sophy, it was a fun and satisfying race.
Out of curiosity, is there a particular reason you used RM tyres despite having enough PP left to fit RS tyres?
 
Mitsubishi Evolution III GSR '95 - Engine Swap - 800PP


at the request from @Adwinistrator, Wide Body, Wide Wheels, Wide Offset, Front aero and Rear Wing, Used for any 800pp races at any track, Sardegna needs FM2/3 for 5 laps and Daytona needs FM3/4 for 5 laps

Waiting for it to come back to the UCD. Looking forward to it. Thanks.
Pulls like a train. And you can make it dance with trail-braking. Excellent. Thanks!
 
Porsche 356 A/1500 GS Carrera '56 - Engine Swap - 700PP

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Wide wheels.
Used for any 700pp races at any track, LeMans needs FM6 and shortshifting at 8.25-8.5k rpm for 3 laps

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Welcome to my tunes!

After many conversations here and either pointing people in the right direction I thought I'd share what I've come up with on GT7 in terms of tunes,

But first if anyone wants to attempt some tunes themselves I have a half finished troubleshoot guide on tuning here:
When starting a tune from scratch it is important to go through the following steps
  1. Weight and Power to the entry requirements,
  2. Tune the Gearbox to the Power and Top Speed required
  3. Adjust the LSD
  4. Adjust the remaining items to how you like

Link to guide
I need a tune for SF23 HONDA Spa Francorchamps
 
I need a tune for SF23 HONDA Spa Francorchamps
There are a handful of people here in the forum who are among the absolute tuning cracks on the one hand and on the other hand make their tunes available here in the forum for free (without us having to watch whole videos on YT to get 3 screenshots). Most of them also tune cars on request for people who appreciate it.
This is not a matter of course.

Please treat them with the respect they deserve!

Cheers
M
 
Cheverolet Corvette C1 '58 - Engine Swap - 700PP


Wide Body, wide wheels.
Used for any 700pp races at any track, LeMans needs FM6 and shortshifting at 7k rpm for 3 laps




Excellent! I did go a slightly different route. I added all bolt-on power upgrades, giving 845 hp. No permanent engine upgrades. No Supercharger or intercooler. No weight reductions. For the trans, I kept your 5.000 final drive, changed top gear to 385, kept first at 128 and evenly spaced the rest. At LeMans, it’ll hit 200 mph on FM6 and 214mph on FM1. It gets 2.4 laps on fuel.
 
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Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640 '09 - 800PP

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Wide wheels, Wide Body, all aero.
Used for any 800pp races at any track, Races with Fuel need FM6 and short shifting at various points depending on the race,
Sardegna used RS tyres and 2 stop, While other races I used RM tyres

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Porsche 356 A/1500 GS Carrera '56 - Engine Swap - 700PP


Wide wheels.
Used for any 700pp races at any track, LeMans needs FM6 and shortshifting at 8.25-8.5k rpm for 3 laps

Excellent. These Overpowered, non-aero cars are tough to tame. I used the same tune on the maxed-out non-swapped version adjusting the gearbox to compensate. The non-swapped is great. Being much slower, it doesn’t have the high speed braking stability issues. Thanks again.
 
Excellent. These Overpowered, non-aero cars are tough to tame. I used the same tune on the maxed-out non-swapped version adjusting the gearbox to compensate. The non-swapped is great. Being much slower, it doesn’t have the high speed braking stability issues. Thanks again.
For bumpier tracks this tune needs lower spring and front expansion numbers
 
Lamborghini Murciélago LP 640 '09 - 800PP


Wide wheels, Wide Body, all aero.
Used for any 800pp races at any track, Races with Fuel need FM6 and short shifting at various points depending on the race,
Sardegna used RS tyres and 2 stop, While other races I used RM tyres

Fun tune. Fast with a little bit of lift-throttle oversteer. I barely got 4 laps at Sardegna. Still wins big, though. Thanks.
 
Porsche Cayman GT4 '16 - Windsor-351-Maverick Engine Swap

Tuned for 800pp races, Sardegna needs FM6 and shifting at 7,000 rpm to make 5 laps.
For the gearbox set Auto Top Speed to 340, then move Final gear all the way to the right, set Auto Top Speed all the way left, then change final gear to 2.615 and set individual gears as per tune
Can you share this one again please?
 
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