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Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by CyKosis1973, Dec 6, 2013.
Judging by the stats, it's the '04.
Yes, it is...
I'd know because I was tuning one…before AC stepped firmly on my toes with his one that'll no doubt be tune of the week for weeks to come. *walks away grumbling*
its the 04 type II, i'll correct it.
That's an issue that was going to come up sooner or later having so many tuners under one roof. As for me, tune and post what you want I don't mind if two different tuners post the same car. It gives us more options. Although I would like to hear everyone's opinion on this.
Hey if PD can get away with giving everyone multiple copies of the exact same car, I have no problem with more than one of us here in CoTHO working on the same car.
Giving players a variety of choices is good and just because I've tuned a certain car doesn't mean none of you should be allowed to post your own tunes for that car.
Just took both these tunes round the 'Ring; Both handle nice & predictable, fast on the straight and they'll blast out of a turn with no dramatics; if i had to find a flaw, Thrud squirms a little under heavy braking, but easy to deal with. For hard core warrior women(and daughters of Odin if i remember rightly) they're very forgiving of driver error, even major slides are easy to recover.
Better yet both tunes can be put on the same car(2 tuning sheets so you can swap between them with only a couple of changes) and both work beautifully... very clever, sir!
Sweet, 2 great cars for the price of 1... bargain! (Me? cheap?)
(p.s. I apologise for my rubbish photo skillz, I'm not good with photo editing.)
Clueless over The Hill Outlaws
"Subaru BRZ S '12 450pp SH"
Source and Parts list:
Buy from: Subaru(do not change oil)
Paintjob: off black mica
aero : custom wing type b
Weight Reduction: stage 3
Window Weight Reduction: yes
Carbon Hood: yes
Chassis reinforcement: no
ECU Tuning: yes
Engine Tuning: no
Intake tuning: yes
Exhaust Manifold: no
Catalytic Converter: yes
Exhaust: yes Race
Clutch/flywheel: Triple Plate Clutch
Carbon Drive Shaft: yes
torque assist center differential: na
Ride height front 110, rear 110
Spring rate front 4.95, rear 6.50
Dampers (Compression) front 3 rear 4
Dampers (Extension) front 3 rear 4
Anti-roll bars front 4 rear 4
Camber angle front 0.0 rear 0.0
Toe angle front .00 rear .05
Brakes: stock fr 3 rr 2
rear = initial 10, acceleration 10, braking 12
set to 5.500 then 112 mph
1st: 3.568, 2nd: 2.490, 3rd: 1.885, 4th: 1.490, 5th: 1.212, 6th: 1.014
Ballast weight : 19/50
Power Limiter : 96.8%
Everything else: OFF
The car has 450 PP, weighs 1049Kg with a 52/48 front/rear weight
distribution, has a power to weight ratio of 4.17 kg/hp, has 251 HP
@7900 rpm and produces 180 ft-lb torque @7200 rpm
Tested and tuned online at NBR 'Nord. Works well for most tracks.
Abarth 500 updated. Abarth 500 '09 450pp CS
I'm working on a street car 600PP on SS for NURB and i did lap time 6:42.226 Online race , is this time good or i need to improve the transmission more or improve my driving . I will post the tune maybe by today night and it will be Sparky ll
No idea my friend, I've not ventured above 500PP on SH tyres yet. I took an old favourite of mine out for a few free laps last night and ran a few messy 7:30's. It felt like a lot of fun, may be we should start thinking about running 500PP SM in the lobby?
Nissan Skyline GT-R V Spec II Nür (R34) '02 "N1ghtmare"
This is a GT-R. And there's a very angry old guy over there who's about to smash me in the face for bringing it into a "quirky" garage, so I'll be brief. It made the Zonda look like a Honda, and that was no slouch by any measure. I think that's all the explaining I need to do? Ah, right, the name. I planned to use an N1 R34, but since this was faster, it just inherited the nickname.
Source and Parts list:
Buy from: Dealership
Oil Change: No
Paintjob: Black Pearl
Wheels: BBS LM-R
aero : Type A Aero Kit
Weight Reduction: Stage 3
Window Weight Reduction: Yes
Carbon Hood: Yes
Chassis reinforcement: No
ECU Tuning: No
Engine Tuning: Stage 2
Intake Manifold: No
Exhaust Manifold: Yes
Catalytic Converter: Yes
Clutch: Triple Plate
Carbon Drive Shaft: Yes
Ballast weight : --
Power Limiter : 98.4%
Top Speed: 124, Final Gear:2.000
Approximate Top Speed: 194mph
Ride height: 90/90
Spring rate: 6.60/7.85
Dampers (Compression): 3/3
Dampers (Extension): 6/6
Anti-roll bars: 1/5
Toe angle: -0.10/0.05
Brake balance: 5/5
Everything else: OFF
tuned with a DS3
The car has 550 PP, weighs 1248Kg with a 55/45 front/rear weight
distribution, has a power to weight ratio of 2.49 kg/hp, has 501hp/6400rpm and produces 479 ft-lb torque/5200rpm
6:56 at the Nurburgring, 1:26 at Trial Mountain, pretty much walked over everything I've tuned so far at this PP.
I think you left out the LSD settings and if possible could you recheck the fitted part list seeing i aint coming anywhere close to the PP / HP with the fitted parts
Magnificent tunes! Perfect handling and tire ware!
Tested at Ascari.
The LSD settings are missing because I forgot to mention, I kept the original diff. And did you do the oil change and all that? Are you over or under 550PP?
Suzuki Alto Works Sports Limited '97
Yep, bet you didn't see this coming from me, did you? You know, since I joined the Outlaws group that represents one half of this garage, all the tunes I did were rather controled, none of them had that "WTF" feel to it. XDesperado had his crazy Mira\Cuore, ACSR had that wonderful no-striped Ford GT, and Onboy had a Lotus Espirit that almost killed me back at the High Speed Ring. Well, wait no more. Ladies and gents, welcome to my own piece of insanity, "Dangerous K".
So, at this point, you are saying two things to yourself. The first one being "Oh my god, my eyes, what is that!?" and the other being "So, what does this bring to the table?". Well, the answer for the first is, the car isn't called "Dangerous" because I found the word funny, this thing is all about the danger of going blind, as for the second, well I'm glad you asked... A nice coat of chromed pink for the body and bright red Hayashi's for rims means that this car will have people looking... and shooting you with rifles. Or laughing. However, this whip also brings something else. A 150 hp, nitrous fed engine. Yes, you heard it. This thing is packing all the best parts your virtual money can buy. Including a super Atkins diet, so that this car weighs 631 kg. Yap, this car has it all, super light body, and a super powerful (for Kei car standards) engine. So, you're now saying "Yes, but I bet it handles as bad as it looks..." Are you sure? Because this whip brings nothing but amazing grip to the track. Yes, understeer has been obliterated in favour of a more fun behaviour. Since I biased the handling towards a FR behaviour, once you get tired of grip you can put on hard tires and pull some handbrake drifts (trust me, I did a few of those). I didn't make this for any specific race, you can toss it around on Toscania Dirt for all I care. This car is all about embarassing the driver as much as it embarasses the competition. Ferrari can't claim that, I'm sure... But it is fun, and that's all that matters. Enjoy the impending danger of living with "Dangerous K".
Paint: GT-Chrome 003-W
Rims: Hayashi rims painted in Tourmaline Red
Fully custom suspension, transmissiona and LSD
Torque-Distributing Centre Diff
Carbon Propeller Shaft
Triple Plate Clutch
Racing Brake Kit
High RPM Turbo Kit and basically the most expensive engine parts you can buy (including NOS)
Stage 3 Weight Reduction, window weight reduction and Carbon Bonnet (body colour)
No oil change
Ride Height: 90\100
Spring Rate: 4.00\5.00
Dampers (compression): 4\5
Dampers (extension): 5\6
Anti-roll bars: 2\3
Camber angle: 1.5\2.0
Toe angle: -0.15\0.15
(Set max speed first, then all the other gear ratios)
1st gear: 2.375
2nd gear: 1.614
Max Speed: 260 km\h
If you drive this, please provide some feedback on it, I don't mind critics, as long as they're constructive.
I'll get on with the paperwork tonight, chaps. Keep up the good work
I saw @CyKosis1973 has updated the OP, but:
This little thing is a heavy weapon (Well done, Sam! ), and it deserves to be listed in the OP.
And @Onboy123 's Nissan Skyline GT-R V Spec II Nür (R34) '02 should be there too.
@DaDog , I've checked the parts list for the GT-R, it all matches up…
I had the same issues like @DaDog . I reach 558PP with the specs.
Are you going to make the "Big-Boy Baddass" version of the Esprit V-8, lol?
You don't have to, I mean, I have my own build for it and use it a lot, I just know it could be better, and after the job you did on it in gt5, I'm willing to bet you could nail it ^^
Then I can only assume I got the oil change thing wrong, and you'll have to ditch the exhaust manifold or something to bring it back in line.
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All up to date. Keep your Homepages updated for me guys
Thank you my friend good to know that you like my Sparky little weapon
You're welcome, Sam! It's really good. It won with SM tires, in 650PP challenge at Ascari/10 laps.
WOW i think you will like also the Big brother ZZll Sparky ll , its running three tunes 500PP SH,550PP SM and 600PP SS . I'm just waiting to have time to post this car and the three tunes on it
I can't get the transmission right, because it says to set top speed to 112, and I can only get down to 124. Am I missing something which is possible since I'm a noob to Gran Turismo and this is my first post. Have been running NASCAR for PC for 15 years, up to the 2003 version by Papyrus a year ago. Needed something new since there is nothing but cheaters on it these days. GT6 is awesome, I almost have enough courage now to get online soon. Not much of a gear head. I'm like Cole Trickle, "they said, get in the car and drive".
No, I think that it's probably me, since I messed up the parts list. I'll build another one with an oil change, see where the differences are, and update the tune accordingly. For now, you can always use the gearbox but use 124mph instead of 112 and see if you can match the ratios.
Edit: It's 124mph, not 112mph, my mistake.
Hi ya crazy peeps...
I've been trying to get a Toyota Soarer 2.5GT-T to not be an understeering brick or a spinning top.
It can be a ~750hp beast with so much turbo lag that you can get out and make a sandwich and get back in before the qheels actually stary to move... however you will be facing the wrong way at this point.
Anywho... Looking to do a 450pp and 530pp version of this for various reasons.
Has anyonw else had a play?
It may be becausw the car is white with orange spoked rims?