Bronze Dragon Tuning; Closed indefinitely.

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by Otaliema, Nov 1, 2014.

  1. Otaliema

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    I don't know how well it will take to the wet it was tuned on dry Tarmac with never a thought to wet track. But it also never gets past 60% surface water so RS or IM tires work quite well.
     
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    I tackled a monster and made a drive it how you like F40 '92.
    Below the limit of the car, it's stable and predictable, at the limit it will try and kill you. Take it past, you better be ready to drift, recovery? never heard of it. :lol:
    Enjoy peoples.
     
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    I promise I haven't dropped off the face of the planet. Just be busy dealing with life, sick kids, Halloween, sick wife. Broken cars, doctors, fatigue and lack of pkay time. I have a couple in the works. I will get them up soon. New FITT Touge at La Serria so at least one new tune coming for that
     
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    Life does get in the way some times. Concentrate on that and perfecting your FITT tune in between that and sleep. GT6 is a game at the end of the day so take it easy and stay healthy.
     
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    Congratulations to our newest Member Of The Week :bowdown:
     
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    ^^^^^^ What he said! ;) :cheers:
     
  7. Otaliema

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    Thank you both gentlemen. @shaunm80 even got a plug in it. Maybe he will get recognized here soon. Has the most active garage on the forum:tup:
     
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    Congratulations for being member of the week. Very much deserved may I add. Thanks for the plug too, I appreciate that a lot. :)
     
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    Echo of what Shaun said, congrats and fully deserved.
     
  10. Otaliema

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    Well they asked for thread recommendation and the only one that came to mind was Exeter GT :tup:

    Thank you :tup:

    Think it would a bit much to link it in my sig?
     
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    Good day to you sir, I hope you've recovered from your MotW party with little ill effects :lol::tup:

    I just saw this pop up and thought I'd take a sneak peek :). I do have one question for you though. Other than a nice picture of a ZZII caning it out of the last turn at Suzuka....was there any other information you wanted to attach to the link? :sly: :lol: Sorry couldn't help it :D :cheers:
     
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    Yes! the guide :lol: I thought I had corrected my copy/paste guess I didn't, and I didn't ready the url when I posted it.
    Thank you sir.

    And yes No ill effects. I'm ratther boring at parties cause I only drink one or two ;)
     
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    Me too, it makes for a cheap night though :)
    Hey don't worry about it :):tup: We all make mistooks...see :lol:.

    OK, that's going to be a lot more reading added to the "get to" pile. Thanks for putting the time and effort into developing this guide for the community, I'm sure it'll be a lot of help to a lot of us :tup: :cheers:
     
  15. Otaliema

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    It does make for a "cheap" night if you drink the average stuff, but my wife and I like top shelf so it still costs us $50 s round :lol:

    That's the hope with the guide.
    I hope in GT7 I have to rewrite it because the transmission tuning is better
     
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    Ah, quality over quantity. I can dig that :)

    I'm sure it will :tup: Just don't get your hopes up, I think the transmission model is going to be pretty far down the list as far as improving things go. I'm pretty sure it'll be in the "if it ain't broke..." box, they've been using the same model for it since forever as far as I can tell, can't see them changing it now :)
     
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    The most expensive fire water I've ever come across was 23 years ago at an upmarket bar in Melbourne. Louis Tres French Brandy. $75 Aussie dollars for a SHOT! :crazy:
    That's 30ml! :eek:
    Needless to say, I ordered something else.
     
  18. Otaliema

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    Let's see 23 years back the US dollar was medium strong... So $50 bucks a shot when the min wage was $6.00 an hour twos of work to buy one shot...yikes.
     
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    I updated the SSR-11 GT1 track it's now 12m wide 8.03 km long and 15 fewer turns. I cleared some wiggles out and smoothed it out as well.
     
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    New (revised) Volkswagen Sicorro R '10 Added to the garage.
    I updated my old FITT tune from @Bowtie-muscle Hot Hatch Challenge held at Brands Hatch GP from a little over a year ago. It's faster, more stable and a Full PP range car now. tires +/- 1 level no issues. Tear it up, light em up and win some $$$

    Re Ammiya AsparaDrink RX7 '06
    Total domination of the GT300 seasonal Enjoy.
    *Note takes 2 races to pay for the car.
    Also recommend the BRZ GT300 Base Model '12 Race tune fast stable fun
     
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    So I just built your '06 RX7 GT300 car. You have it listed as a Stage 2 Engine with no mention of a turbo but when I built it the only way I could match you HP and PP numbers was to add a Mid RPM range turbo and leave the engine stage stock. Just wanted to let you know! About to take it to the beginner seasonal now. I'll let you know how it goes! :cheers:

    Edit: Definitely an easy win over these rabbits! The car is extremely stable and fast! I was surprised by how well the gears worked, although I shouldn't be considering how much time you've put into working out how the transmissions work in this game! Bravo sir! :tup:
     
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  22. Otaliema

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    Thanks for the heads up on the typo in the listing. Had preschooler distraction when listing it. I'll get that fixed.
     
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    RUF008.jpg

    RUF 3400S '00 For better or worse here it is.
    Have fun drive it hard but treat it nice or you will find it will slap you.
    This car was tuned in accordance with the rules and regulations for the FITT RUF Challenge
    The car has been tested at other tracks and it works well. The transmission needs work for longer tracks but 240 km/h top end is still respectable.
    Enjoy!
     
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    RUFF CTR2 '96 FITT Tune.

    Lotus Elise '11 Unlimited Full Bore, No ballast, No limits.
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    It likes Sport Soft the best. Racing it gets twitchy, Medium and harder it gets slippery, but thats not a bad thing for smoking shots :tup::lol:
    7 minutes at Green Hell, 1:10's at Mid field and 3:05's at SSR-11 (still learning my own track :ouch:)
     
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    Introducing the Shotaliema Black Panther BRZ Have fun Boys and Girls.
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    @shaunm80 and myself took our popular BRZ grifter slapped a Flat Floor on it per CoTM requirements. Retuned it a touch and made a rock solid car that won't crash barring a major error.
     
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    The pics aren't displaying on my phone :(
     
  28. Otaliema

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    I'm sorry are they showing broken image icons? They are the same ones as the CoTM thread, same links so if CoTM is working it's something funky. Might try clearing your cache it might too full.
     
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    Just showing the letters IMG in between [ ]


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  30. Otaliema

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    That is indeed very odd. I'll delete and edit it back in. see what happens.
     
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