Drift Haus Tuning Garage

Discussion in 'GT6 Drifting' started by DolHaus, Feb 7, 2014.

  1. twitcher

    twitcher

    Messages:
    6,232
    @DolHaus, nice work on the thread. I haven't had a chance to try any of your tunes out, but there's a few cars that you've done that are on my "list of cars to build", so I'll definitely be referring here, if for nothing else than some comparison testing against my own tunes.

    If you spend enough time here on gtp, you will soon discover that there is a small group of people who have very narrow views as to what drifting is, or should be, and if you deviate from their ideals, they will be very quick to :censored: all over you (everything from the type of cars you use, to how you set them up, to your driving style itself). The funny thing is, in the back of their heads, I think most of them feel they are somehow saving the drift world from itself :lol:

    Keep doing what you do....there are more of us out there that support and appreciate efforts like this, than there are those who will oppose you.
     
    Tetsu_X, PUSH, Stavingo and 2 others like this.
  2. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Thanks man, appreciate it.
    I'm aware of the situation, I know where the ideas stem from and the logic behind it, its not that they're wrong its just that there is no right answer. Drifting is all about feeling, it cannot be quantified in the same way that race tuning can, because of this it leads to arguments that can't be won. The same thing happens with 4WD cars, some people like them, some won't even try. Its a shame, but such is life.
    Please feel free to try my tunes and tell me what you think, always keen for reasoned feedback.
     
    twitcher likes this.
  3. Gonales

    Gonales

    Messages:
    2,150
    Location:
    Germany
    I'm just going to make this really simple. I'm not elitist, nor narrow minded. I just find it sad that people deviate from something that is considered normal in real life, just because it's harder. Grow a pair, and learn to slide a locked diff. In the end you will gain, not lose.

    Same thing as 4WD or RWD. Sliding a locked diff makes you faster, more grippy, and easier to control. Why not use a 4WD car, because that is exactly the way you are going.

    Oh, so I make one post, the other guy makes six, and it's all me? Grow up Streeto.
    Edit: Counterpart? I barely know S30...
     
  4. Streeto

    Streeto

    Messages:
    3,131
    Location:
    Japan
    I'm going to try these tunes on some new builds I'll let you know buddy!

    Gonales please calm down your temper, the poor guys thread is at stake here.
     
    Biller, Stavingo, TexRex and 2 others like this.
  5. Cheese7killer

    Cheese7killer

    Messages:
    137
    Location:
    Australia


    Hey! i just wanted to ask you a question with one of your tunes. When you say turbo: stage: normal, does that mean low, middle or high rpm turbo? Thanks
    Ive tried this setup, its decent-i have a similar setup. I prefer my setup stiffer, but your tune is still good!. Ive tried your lsd setup. Its ok, but its not something i would use. Anyways good luck with your tunes. Keep up the good work!
    One more question. What controller sensitivity do you have?
     
  6. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Sorry, hadn't noticed that, will edit tomorrow
    It means standard, has not been upgraded.
     
    Cheese7killer likes this.
  7. TexRex

    TexRex Premium

    Messages:
    18,492
    Location:
    United States
    I didn't feel like it was enough to just "Like" this and wanted to say how pleased I was to see it. Advice accompanied by condescension or condescension alone is less likely to be heeded than advice alone. And hey, maybe people should try the setups instead of deciding they're wrong based on appearances alone. I happened to apprreciate the Aristo tune with minor tweaks to power and springs/dampers, so thank you @DolHaus
     
    FussyFez and DolHaus like this.
  8. FussyFez

    FussyFez

    Messages:
    1,460
    Location:
    United Kingdom
    Top work @DolHaus .

    I run 60 5 5 sometimes just for the fun of it :tup::D


    (/sarcastic)

    Seriously though. Some cars do work with 5 60 60. Just not all of them.

    I'm also going to drop a hand grenade and say I think 60 60 60 is locked. (if anyone disagrees, PM me, don't clutter someone's tune thread.)

    Keep up the good work mate!
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  9. Dagger311

    Dagger311

    Messages:
    6,658
    Location:
    United States
    This is my favorite drift car I've driven. You can put it at any angle and easily control it. I clocked my fastest lap ever on gt arena with this.

    Very beginner-friendly and ai'll definitely be trying more of them.
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  10. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Skyline350Autumn Ring_2.jpg
    Car Make/Model: Nissan Skyline 350GT Type SP '06

    Wheel / Joypad: PS3 controller
    Power: 434BHP @ 7500 rpm / 46.3 kgfm @ 5500 rpm
    Weight: 1359 kg
    Performance Points:
    511 PP
    Tires: CH

    Suspension:
    (Height-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)


    Ride Height
    Front: 95Rear: 95
    Spring Rate
    Front: 9.54 kg Rear: 8.89 kg
    Dampers (Compression)
    Front: 4 Rear: 4
    Dampers (Extension)Front: 4 Rear: 4
    Anti-Roll BarsFront: 3 Rear: 3
    Camber Angle (-)
    Front: 0.0° Rear: 0.0°
    Toe Angle
    Front: 0.00° Rear: 0.18°

    Drivetrain
    (Fully Customisable Transmission)

    Speed:
    186 mph

    Differential Gear: Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff

    Initial Torque:
    8
    Acceleration Sensitivity:
    42
    Braking Sensitivity: 8
    Clutch & Flywheel:
    Twinplate
    Propeller Shaft: Carbon

    Power


    Oil Change: Yes
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Engine Tuning:
    Stage 3
    Computer:
    Sports
    Exhaust:
    Standard
    Exhaust Manifold: Isometric
    Catalytic Converter:
    Sports
    Intake Tuning: Intake tuning
    Turbo Kit: Stage:
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):
    No

    Body

    Weight Reduction: Stage 3
    Bonnet:
    Carbon
    Windows:
    Weight Reduction
    Ballast: 70kg
    Ballast position: 50
     
    twitcher likes this.
  11. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    JagApricot Hill Raceway.jpg
    Car Make/Model: Jaguar XFR '10

    Wheel / Joypad: PS3 controller
    Power: 576BHP @ 6400 rpm / 69.6 kgfm @ 2800 rpm
    Weight: 1564 kg
    Performance Points:
    541 PP
    Tires: CH

    Suspension:
    (Height-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)


    Ride Height
    Front: 95Rear: 95
    Spring Rate
    Front: 9.22 kg Rear: 8.86 kg
    Dampers (Compression)
    Front: 5 Rear: 6
    Dampers (Extension) Front: 6 Rear: 6
    Anti-Roll Bars: Front: 3 Rear: 3
    Camber Angle (-): Front: 0.0° Rear: 0.0°
    Toe Angle: Front: 0.00° Rear: 0.16°

    Drivetrain (Fully Customisable Transmission)
    Speed:
    205 mph


    Differential Gear: Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff
    I
    nitial Torque:
    12
    Acceleration Sensitivity:
    36
    Braking Sensitivity: 10
    Clutch & Flywheel: Twinplate
    Propeller Shaft:
    Carbon

    Power


    Oil Change: Yes
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Engine Tuning:
    Standard
    Computer: Standard
    Exhaust: Racing
    Exhaust Manifold:
    Standard
    Catalytic Converter: Standard
    Intake Tuning:
    Standard
    Turbo Kit: Stage:
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):
    No

    Body

    Weight Reduction: Stage 3
    Bonnet: Standard
    Windows: Weight Reduction
    Ballast: 104kg
    Ballast position: 50
     
    xghosthunterx likes this.
  12. HTR Tuning

    HTR Tuning

    Messages:
    219
    Location:
    United Kingdom
    Hey @DolHaus

    I just wanted to say I really enjoyed your setups, and i agree that a open diff is better bcoz i tried locked diff but open diff was defiently more easier to control in my opinion. However for other cars i tested it seemed both worked fine. Really nice drift setups, cant wait too see more :)
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  13. HTR Tuning

    HTR Tuning

    Messages:
    219
    Location:
    United Kingdom
    Hi @DolHaus

    Just a friendly suggestion, when i clicked on the link for any tune i had to scroll down, if you want to link a post click on the number on the top, e.g. #1 and you can link it to your OP, just makes life easier. Hope it helped you :)
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  14. HTR Tuning

    HTR Tuning

    Messages:
    219
    Location:
    United Kingdom
    i also had a question, in drift tuning is it bad to fully tune a car (for a beginner)
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  15. Ethan_777

    Ethan_777

    Messages:
    212
    Location:
    United States
    R31 GT-s skyline?
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  16. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    I would avoid putting too much power (in relation to weight) in too soon. High powered cars are a lot harder to both tune and drift in GT6 then they were in 5, most FR cars can drift fairly well with stock or only slightly increased power and it makes it easier to learn what effects the inputs you are making to the setup are having. Start with average powered cars, learn the basics and then work your way up.
    I wondered if there was a better way to link the posts , thank you for pointing that out. I will edit the links soon
     
  17. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    Yeah that sounds like a good idea, I will make it my next drift project
     
  18. Situation1994

    Situation1994

    Messages:
    491
    Location:
    Netherlands
    Can you make a nice setup for a Nissan Silvia K's Dia Selection (s13) (the one with the interior) i would love to compare it to my tunes

    And if you want for the Toyota 86 "racing"
     
  19. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    I can give it a go, I have an s13 in my garage with a race tune on it at the moment, I will also have a look at the 86
     
  20. Situation1994

    Situation1994

    Messages:
    491
    Location:
    Netherlands
    Thanks, looking forward to them :) good luck
     
  21. twitcher

    twitcher

    Messages:
    6,232
    Like @DolHaus mentioned, it is usually better to start with low power, and work your way up.

    For the average FR drift car, I usually bump the power up slightly to start (maybe engine stage 1, and a couple bolt-ons...or if I know I want to use a particular turbo setup, I'll put that turbo on, and nothing else). From there, I start tuning the suspension, the diff, the transmission, and weight/ballast.

    Once I feel comfortable with the car, I'll start increasing the HP/torque until I reach the desired level. During this process I will make tweaks to all the other tuning variables in order to accommodate the increase in power.

    The only time I "max out" a car's HP from the start is in the case of a car that I know a little bit about from previous experience. For example, the Skyline 370GT is a heavy, very grippy, lower powered car...plus I have years of experience with it from GT5, so I know I'll need to squeeze all the power out of it right from the start.
     
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2014
  22. PUSH

    PUSH

    Messages:
    404
    Location:
    United States
    @HTR Tuning I fully agree with my brother Twitcher. As in the real life, get to know your vehicle intimately so you can take it to its limit and then tune slightly till you are ready for more. You need to really understand how to drive it as a base before you can tune it. A sl600 is a great drift car stock from the dealer but if you max it out before ever trying it you would never know. Start slow and and low it will work to your benefit.
     
    twitcher and DolHaus like this.
  23. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    R31Suzuka Circuit East Course_4.jpg
    Car Make/Model: Nissan Skyline GTS-R (R31) '87

    Wheel / Joypad: PS3 controller
    Power: 302BHP @ 7200 rpm / 33.1 kgfm @ 5700 rpm
    Weight: 1233 kg
    Performance Points: 457 PP
    Tires: CH
    Suspension: (Height-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)
    Ride Height: Front: 102 Rear: 100
    Spring Rate: Front: 7.50 kg Rear: 6.36 kg
    Dampers (Compression): Front: 4 Rear: 5
    Dampers (Extension): Front: 5 Rear: 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: Front: 4 Rear: 2
    Camber Angle (-): Front: 0.0° Rear: 0.0°
    Toe Angle: Front: 0.04° Rear: 0.17°
    Drivetrain: (Fully Customisable Transmission)

    Speed: 162 mph

    Differential Gear: Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff
    Initial Torque: 6
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 42
    Braking Sensitivity: 5
    Clutch & Flywheel: Twinplate
    Propeller Shaft: Carbon
    Power

    Oil Change: Yes
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Engine Tuning: Standard
    Computer: Sports
    Exhaust: Racing
    Exhaust Manifold: Isometric
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning: Yes
    Turbo Kit: Stage:
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):
    No

    Body

    Weight Reduction: Stage 3
    Bonnet: Standard
    Windows: Weight Reduction
    Ballast: 136kg
    Ballast position: 50
     
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2014
    Ethan_777 and twitcher like this.
  24. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    r32Cape Ring North_1.jpg
    Car Make/Model: Nissan Skyline GTS-t Type M (R32) '89

    Wheel / Joypad: PS3 controller
    Power: 300BHP @ 7100 rpm / 34.2 kgfm @ 3900 rpm
    Weight: 1035 kg
    Performance Points: 469 PP
    Tires: CH
    Suspension: (Height-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)
    Ride Height:Front: 95Rear: 95
    Spring Rate:Front: 6.66 kg Rear: 6.24 kg
    Dampers (Compression): Front: 4 Rear: 4
    Dampers (Extension): Front: 4 Rear: 4
    Anti-Roll Bars:Front: 2 Rear: 3
    Camber Angle (-):Front: 0.0° Rear: 0.0°
    Toe Angle:Front: 0.00° Rear: 0.18°

    Drivetrain (Fully Customisable Transmission)
    Speed: 155 mph
    Differential Gear: Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff
    Initial Torque: 8
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 38
    Braking Sensitivity: 10
    Clutch & Flywheel: Twinplate
    Propeller Shaft: Carbon

    Power

    Oil Change: Yes
    Power Limiter: 100%Engine Tuning: Standard
    Computer: Sports
    Exhaust: Racing
    Exhaust Manifold: Standard
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning: Yes
    Turbo Kit: Stage:
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):
    No

    Body

    Weight Reduction: Stage 3
    Bonnet: Standard
    Windows: Weight Reduction
    Ballast: 0kg
    Ballast position: 0
     
    Last edited: Feb 20, 2014
  25. twitcher

    twitcher

    Messages:
    6,232
    The R31 is my favourite car these days...I'm still working on mine, but I'll give your tune a go later today and get back to you :)
     
    DolHaus likes this.
  26. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    First time I've tried one, feels pretty good if a little dated. It feels like a car you could keep improving constantly, adding power and tweaking the characteristics to your style as you go
     
  27. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    s13dApricot Hill Raceway_1.jpg
    Car Make/Model: Nissan Silvia K's (S13) '88

    Wheel / Joypad: PS3 controller
    Power: 322BHP @ 7000rpm / 37.0 kgfm @ 5000 rpm
    Weight: 1134 kg
    Performance Points: 477 PP
    Tires: CH

    Suspension:
    (Height-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)

    Ride Height:Front: 93 Rear: 90
    Spring Rate:Front: 8.39 kg Rear: 8.85 kg
    Dampers (Compression): Front: 3 Rear: 4
    Dampers (Extension): Front: 3 Rear: 4
    Anti-Roll Bars:Front: 2 Rear: 3
    Camber Angle (-):Front: 0.0° Rear: 0.0°
    Toe Angle:Front: 0.04° Rear: 0.16°

    Drivetrain (Fully Customisable Transmission)
    Speed: 149 mph

    Differential Gear:
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff


    Initial Torque:
    8
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 46
    Braking Sensitivity: 8
    Clutch & Flywheel: Twinplate
    Propeller Shaft: Carbon

    Power

    Oil Change: Yes
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Engine Tuning: Stage 3
    Computer: Sports
    Exhaust: Racing
    Exhaust Manifold: Isometric
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning: Yes
    Turbo Kit: Stage:
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):
    No

    Body

    Weight Reduction: Stage 3
    Bonnet: Carbon
    Windows: Weight Reduction
    Ballast: 180kg
    Ballast position: 50
     
    squirlybmx likes this.
  28. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England
    86Tokyo R246_1.jpg
    Car Make/Model: Toyota 86 “Racing” '13

    Wheel / Joypad: PS3 controller
    Power: 309BHP @ 7800rpm / 29.3 kgfm @ 7300 rpm
    Weight: 1085 kg
    Performance Points: 477 PP
    Tires: CH

    Suspension:
    (Height-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)


    Ride Height:
    Front: 100 Rear: 105
    Spring Rate:
    Front: 11.24 kg Rear: 11.72 kg
    Dampers (Compression):
    Front: 4 Rear: 5
    Dampers (Extension): Front: 4 Rear: 5
    Anti-Roll Bars:Front: 3 Rear: 3
    Camber Angle (-):Front: 0.0° Rear: 0.0°
    Toe Angle:Front: -0.06° Rear: 0.00°

    Drivetrain
    (Fully Customisable Transmission)

    Speed: 143 mph

    Differential Gear:
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff


    Initial Torque:
    6
    Acceleration Sensitivity:
    46
    Braking Sensitivity: 8
    Clutch & Flywheel: Twinplate
    Propeller Shaft:
    Carbon

    Power

    Oil Change: Yes

    Power Limiter: 100%
    Engine Tuning:
    Stage 1
    Computer: Sports
    Exhaust:
    Racing
    Exhaust Manifold:
    Isometric
    Catalytic Converter:
    Sports
    Intake Tuning: Yes
    Turbo Kit: Stage:
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):
    No

    Body

    Weight Reduction: Stage 3
    Bonnet: Carbon
    Windows: Weight Reduction
    Ballast: 55kg
    Ballast position: 50
     
    squirlybmx likes this.
  29. Yusenkyo

    Yusenkyo

    Messages:
    223
    Location:
    United States
    Thank you for your tunes!!
    I've tried the s2k , 86 racing tunes and incredible how easy to control.
    Question could you tune an R32?
     
  30. DolHaus

    DolHaus

    Messages:
    3,865
    Location:
    England