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Discussion in 'GT6 Drifting' started by Death2508, Jul 10, 2016.

  1. Death2508

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  2. DolHaus

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    The S15 Touring car isn't the nicest car to drift, never really liked it but this was the best I could make of it -

    Silvia S15 TC
     
  3. Death2508

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    I'm honoured that a tuner such as you took the time to help me. Thank you.
     
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  4. DolHaus

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    No problem :tup:
     
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  6. DolHaus

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    You're going to have to be more specific than that, sounds like operator issue :lol:
     
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    It's you.
     
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  10. DolHaus

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    The second hairpin at tsukuba is far too slow for downforce to have any noticeable effect. Try a different car until you get the hang of things, the S15 touring car is not a good choice to learn with, try the road car instead as it is so much easier to work with
     
  11. Numb2pencil

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    Hmm... It its kind of a vague description, but have you tried lowering your HP? If you don't want to sack the power, have you tried equipping gripper tires (street tires+) to see if you sustain better balance? If you do see a huge improvement when you equip better tires, than you can try lowering your HP/Torque. Many things can factor into the issue you are having. You can also try adjusting your controller or steering wheels sensitivity. Then there is the suspension aspect. Is it too stiff? Too soft? How big is the front and back suspension height difference? Does your front end dip alot up or down when throttle or braking? Did you mess with weight distribution?

    It's kinda hard to pinpoint the solution without seeing you handle your car. Goodluck.


    P.S. I forgot to also add that your gears can make the difference as well depending on your torque/power band.
     
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  12. Death2508

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    Since I posted this, my tuning and driving have improved a lot. Thank you for your help, and I will take your info into account.