BurnOut Tuning - NSX Seasonal Specials

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by hornet_burnout, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. hornet_burnout

    hornet_burnout

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    So following on my own footsteps I'll be posting here some of my tunes, now that I've got my copy of GT6 15th Aniversary!

    Just like past threads (Prologue and GT5), I aim to save and share some of my tuning antics, mostly done for fun and pleasurable hooning, and not to create a tuner garage of any sorts or the ultimate fastest setup.

    But feel free to comment, make suggestions or requests.

    Can't promise I'll read, reply or oblige any of them though :-)
     
  2. hornet_burnout

    hornet_burnout

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    Ok, so my first tune is a Honda S2000.
    [​IMG]

    First, the mods. Upgrade everything, but do not add Turbos, Nitro or Aero bits. Also you should stick with standard size wheels or at most, one inch bigger. This will keep the car predictable. If you go the full size wheels, you'll loose feeling at the limit.

    After upgrading it, apply following settings:

    - Suspension
    Height: 80/80
    Springs: 13.5/7.5
    Dampers Comp: 9/6
    Dampers Ext: 6/9
    Anti-Roll: 2/1
    Camber: 1.4/0.2
    Toe: 0.20/ -0.12

    - Brakes: 7/8 (ABS 1)

    - Transmission:
    Gearbox:
    1 - 3.253
    2 - 2.310
    3 - 1.820
    4 - 1.500
    5 - 1.275
    6 - 1.105
    Final: 3.700 (adjust to match track, maxing out on biggest straight under splistreaming)

    Differential:
    5
    15
    5

    This car will like to be thrown into the corners and do some 4 wheel drift. When not being hooned like that, it'll have massive front grip and turn in, and a lively responsive rear on lift-off. As it's not a natural drifter (or is setup like it) so you need to go with the flow if it starts to slide slightly, but correct it soon if it does a sudden oversteer. It won't power slide controllably. For that you can stiffen the diff on acceleration, but will lose responsive turn in.

    Here's a video of my antics while tuning it:



    (almost rolled it at the Ring, but ended up not even leaving the track)
     
    Last edited: Dec 13, 2013
  3. hornet_burnout

    hornet_burnout

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    Acura NSX '91


    Yes, I did this because seasonals. I had it as a prize and was already pretty modded. In my hands it initially did 1:27.633 (all aids off except ABS1 as usual).

    Me and my flew are leaving at least a couple of seconds out there. That, some fine tuning and SRF on, and it would likely make this a sub 1:20(?)

    If you test it, do let me know :)

    [​IMG]http://www.flickr.com/photos/sergio_burnout_oliveira/12016160654/

    Parts:
    Racing suspension
    Brakes
    Custom. gearbox
    Custom. diff
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Isometric Exh Manifold
    Rear wing
    Full weight reduction


    Tune:
    - Suspension (work in progress)
    Height: 95/100
    Springs: 11/16
    Dampers Comp: 8/6
    Dampers Ext: 6/8
    Anti-Roll: 2/4
    Camber: 0.8/0.3
    Toe: 0.4/ 0.25​
    - Brakes:
    6/6 (haven't tried anything different yet)
    4/4 is better for carrying speed/trail brake​
    - Transmission:
    Adjusted to 220km/h (will do a proper tuning and update here)​
    - Differential:
    Init: 20
    Acc: 60
    Dec: 45​
    - Aero
    Rear: 20
    Power limited to 97% for 470pp

    Yeah I know, crazy diff right? Not a typo, give it a shot...


    UPDATE: ended up 1.25.high SRF off (can't recall exact time, now improved with 02 Type R)
     
    Last edited: Jan 21, 2014
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  4. hornet_burnout

    hornet_burnout

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    Honda NSX Type R '02
    Parts:
    Racing suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Custom. gearbox
    Custom. diff
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Full weight reduction
    Rear wing
    +2 wheels​


    Tune:
    - Suspension
    Height: 90/90
    Springs: 6/10
    Dampers Comp: 2/1
    Dampers Ext: 1/2
    Anti-Roll: 1/3
    Camber: 0.6 /0.0
    Toe: 0.05/0.40

    - Brakes: 4/4
    - Transmission:
    Adjusted to 220km/h or:
    1st 2.792
    2nd 1.941
    3rd 1.503
    4th 1.228
    5th 1.033
    6th 0.893
    Final 4.750

    - Differential:
    Init: 20
    Acc: 16
    Dec: 48

    - Aero
    Rear: 20​

    NO ballast, power limited for 470pp.

    Current time: 2:21.109 SRF Off (easy 2:20 in better hands)
     

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    Last edited: Jan 22, 2014
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  5. dwight42

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    i tried this tune and didint do as good. 8/6 on dampers? I always have mine reversed to that on rear engine cars. Well not exsactly rear engine but its behind the seats making the rear of the car heavier. Maybe i just am not used to this tune and have to learn to drive the car again. Actully i hadnt drivin it yet lol.
     
  6. hornet_burnout

    hornet_burnout

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    Nissan Skyline (R34) '00
    Parts:
    Racing suspension
    Racing Brakes
    High RPM Turbo
    Custom. gearbox
    Custom. diff
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Full weight reduction
    Rear wing

    Tune:
    - Suspension
    Height: 90/80
    Springs: 4.01/3.47
    Dampers Comp: 3/5
    Dampers Ext: 3/5
    Anti-Roll: 3/7
    Camber: 0.0 /0.0
    Toe: 0.32/-0.64

    - Brakes: 5/6

    - Transmission:
    1st 4430
    2nd 3018
    3rd 2120
    4th 1575
    5th 1235
    6th 1015
    Final 4420
    (or just make sure you max out the top gear just before braking into T1)

    - Differential:
    Init: 5/20
    Acc: 5/46
    Dec: 5/5

    - Aero
    Rear: 100

    NO ballast, power limited for pp. On my hands will do a 1.20 as soon as a get an entire clean lap together :)

    Trail brake into the corner, power slide out of it. May not get you to the top of the tables, but will do gold easily while having loads of fun!