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  1. Kinetic

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    Your Suzuka 750 Amuse tune is absolutley gorgeous to drive, amazing, the stability acceleration perfection, pleasure to drive it thank you so much for taking the time to make others games better
     
  2. NLxAROSA

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    Thanks! I'm surprised it still works, since we had the Spec III update since it was released. :)
     
  3. Kinetic

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    I'm glad it did, what minor alterations would it need for Fuji or does it seem fine ?
     
  4. HUGHS1E

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    Love how you have added a target time or time the car is capable off to some of your tunes, now I can just have a quick look how competitive a car is before I tune them, I find it really helpfull cheers specially on unpopular cars

    Hope your still doing quality tunes like these when GT5 comes out because I want some NUR specials
     
  5. o SIZE13CHOOK o

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    Had a go with your 650pp Jag and M3 today.The M3 felt awesome but the Jag had power but couldnt put it down.I use a dualshock atm waiting on delivery of my G25.:)
     
  6. NLxAROSA

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    Depends. What PP level and tyre restriction?

    You can count on it. :)

    You mean it spun out?
     
  7. NLxAROSA

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    Amuse S2000 GT1 650PP/S2 Suzuka PRO Online

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    Slippery, nasty, backstabbing. Those are the only words to describe the Amuse S2000 GT1 on S2's and with 650PP. Definitely not an easy ride, but a very enjoyable one, given that you are able to keep it on track. ;) Not much to say about it, other than that it is an absolute blast to drive. As always, have fun and let me know what you think of it! :tup:

    Power: -27
    Weight: 115%

    Tyres: S2
    Downforce: 15/25

    Height: -20/-20
    Springs: 1/2
    Dampers: 1/2
    Toe: -0.20/+0.20
    Camber: 1.5/1.0
    Brakes: 4/5

    Angle: 50 (Sixaxis: 40..45)
    TC: OFF
    ABS: 1

    1st: 2.697
    2nd: 1.819
    3rd: 1.427
    4th: 1.138
    5th: 0.931
    6th: 0.774
    7th: 0.659
    Final: 4.294
     
  8. GTP Red Pill

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    Brilliant tune, used it tonight in an inter forum battle, loads of fun, very stable just point and squirt!

    :tup:
     
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    Not all the time.Id probably use it as a drift tune with my style of driving.Its very controllable even with the wheels shredding rubber behind.
     
  10. linus301

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    hi, i want to drive the f40 for some races in the 650pp event.
    i love this car :dopey:
    have you a good set up for it?:idea:
    what do you think? which lap times could be possible?:)

    thanks for your efforts
     
  11. NLxAROSA

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    Hello linus301, I am very busy at the moment, so I'm not taking requests at the moment. Of course you will find me posting a tune every now and then. :)
     
  12. NLxAROSA

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    Amuse S2000 GT1 750PP/R3 Fuji Speedway WRS29 Edition

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    Smooth, steady, fast and stable. Those are the only words to describe the Amuse S2000 GT1 on R3's and with 750PP. :lol: Much, much easier to drive than the 650PP/S2 version, this tune was based on the old 800PP Setup. Since it was already good, it hardly needed any changing. I just changed the PP-settings and the final gear and added a bit more brake sensitivity. As always, have fun and let me know what you think of it! :tup:

    Power: -31
    Weight: 87%

    Tyres: R3
    Downforce: 10/20

    Height: -20/-18
    Springs: 5/4
    Dampers: 5/3
    Toe: -0.10/-0.10
    Camber: 1.7/1.6
    Brakes: 4/5

    Angle: 45 (Sixaxis: 30..40)
    TC: OFF
    ABS: 1

    1st: 2.697
    2nd: 1.819
    3rd: 1.427
    4th: 1.138
    5th: 0.931
    6th: 0.774
    7th: 0.659
    Final: 4.486
     
  13. Worst_Driver

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    I've tried a 650PP clio tuned setting on the 650PP suzuka race
    Awesone tuning. It handles like a charm and it was way faster than the other clios. I'm looking to try other 650PP tunes
    Keep up the good work:tup:
    another satified customer:sly:
     
  14. pancrase

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    Thank you very much for the Mercedes Suzy tune

    I used your tune to win the dealership race at Suzy.
    Sweet car. I love driving it now. That dealership race is now wicked fun.
     
    Last edited: May 22, 2009
  15. NLxAROSA

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    Don't worry, I will. :) Glad you enjoy the tune.

    The SL55 has become one of my favorites. It's not a curvemaster, but it looks and sounds so great! It's very usable at tracks like HSR or Daytona Road.
     
  16. linus301

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    its ok. i hope you have more time in the future.:)
    but thanks for the m3 and the clio tuning. i have some nice races with the cars.
    they really good to handle...:sly:
     
  17. Worst_Driver

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    I'm actually testing the Viper SRT-10 650PP on R1 tyres.I'm a little bit slower in the viper (need more practice) but suprisingly it oversteer less than the clio. It handles great.
    good settings :tup:
    I'll try to race it tonight a suzuka
     
  18. Tharain

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    Even if it's some time ago i gave this one a try and i finished 2nd in the first race ;) Nice Setup, but i still need some experience on the track :p
    So far 1.41.xxx
     
  19. Tharain

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    I'll try this altough it has passed some time since the post ;)
    I'll compare it with another setup i made and then i'll post the results ;)
     
  20. NLxAROSA

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    The Viper is a great car, though not very popular with most.

    Nice to see you using my setups for the older events. :) Are you using them in free run or arcade or perhaps even in S-class?
     
  21. Worst_Driver

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    BMW M3 Coupe 650 PP = Tuned clio 650 PP KILLER
    no but seriously the M3 is a good alternative on suzuka 10 laps expert for those who doesn't want to race the clio
    go try the 650 PP tune for the M3 it is worth the time
    great tuning NLxAROSA:tup:
     
  22. Tharain

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    first i test them in free run and then online :p

    in the case of your setup of 800pp i had to slow it a bit down to 750pp and then i compared it with my setup which has little differences ;)
    Edit: This morning the HSR event changed to 800pp and from 3 to 5 laps altough the update is scheduled for 1st July?! Whatever i changed my setup to 800pp which is not worse then before ;)

    Corvette Tuned 800pp HSR

    Power: 0
    Weight: 85%
    Tyres: R3
    Downforce: 20/26

    Height: -10/-9
    Spring: 9/5
    Dampers: 5/3
    Toe: -0.20/-0.05
    Camber: 1.2/0.6
    Brakes: 5/8

    Steering angle: 40
    TC: OFF
    ABS: 1

    1st: 2.308
    2nd: 1.588
    3rd: 1.209
    4th: 0.941
    5th: 0.741
    6th: 0.596
    Final: 4.500

    maybe you should try yourself ;) I managed to drive a faster lap with your setup cause i had alot of slipstream online :p (1.02.2xx with pad :p)
     
    Last edited: May 28, 2009
  23. clacksman

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    Useful old tune is useful :tup:

    DS3 user here, turn angle 38 for me just to make smoothness easier. Works good.

    Going to race this thing in tonights' TPRA event, I'll let you know if I improved it at all. :)
     
  24. NLxAROSA

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    Thanks, glad your enjoying the setups. :tup:

    Updates are usually scheduled on the last Thursday/Friday of the month (depending on your timezone). :)

    Glad you like it, the Skyline Coupe/Tuned is a very underrated car IMO, it's very fun to drive. :)


    Tuning update: I'm really busy with work and family at the moment, so I don't have any time to tune or race at all. But don't worry, I'll be back, though I won't make any guarantees about when. ;) In the mean time, enjoy the existing tunes and have fun!
     
  25. clacksman

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    Got down to low 1:43s in the Skyline Coupe / Tuned. Had enough to race with msgt-sd and RickS95, but not run them down if I lost the draft.

    -5 100% R3s 5 -18 3/5 3/4 -.10/-.07 2.6/1.7 2/9 38/off/1

    3.245 2.03 1.5 1.13 .903 3.83

    :tup:
     
  26. steven

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    I need a good reliable-in-the-corners tuning for the tuned Corvette in order to somehow survive the GTP Event 03 (Suzuka 750pp). Help please, Lars? :scared: :scared: :scared:
     
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  28. NLxAROSA

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    That one was made before Spec III, so you might want to check out the 800PP model instead. Still, it should work with some minor alterations. :) I'm really pressed for time at the moment, so no tuning, sorry.
     
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  30. Zimmerd

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    Really like your tunes!
    Thank you very much!