Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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  1. danbojte

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    :lol: Yeah, no military. :p
    I have to add that, the no pit stop with SS tyres, was possible thanks to the excellent tuning you made. :tup:
     
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    Nice pics mate...l really like the top one....Wicked....:tup:
     
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    All is quiet in the land of GT6.. Id like to think this is the calm before the storm but I don't see any clouds on the horizon. Is everyone (apart from Pete) feeling a little bored of GT6 and the lack of challenges it has right now? I have to say, I'm not one of them, I always have things to do in this game; tuning, completing Senna and Sierra along with some expert career races but I get the distinct impression others that have done the game in its entirety are feeling a little bored.
     
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    With some imagination, a lot of scenarios can be bring to life. So I'm not bored at all, on contrary, I enjoy it. ;) :tup:
     
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    Well let me say, I was really looking forward to my enthusiasm for the game being renewed to overflowing but Telstra have let me down AGAIN :mad:
    I received a phone call from them today stating that the installation won't be happening until Saturday the 4th. How nice to get that news on the day it was supposed to happen :mad:
     
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    I'm not bored mate...not at all....This mustang tune is really taking up my time....and when done i will be back to the seasonals with ya....Chow for now mate....:cheers:

    That's not fair mate....they are really taking the :censored: :censored: now....I feel for you mate...:banghead:
     
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    Mate I'm just about out of patience with the whole deal & ready to start swinging knuckles.
    I'm absolutely seething :mad:
     
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  8. shaunm80

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    Oh yeah, Course. Keep up the good work on the Mustang. :)

    @Pete05 They really are being muppets aren't they. Maybe they should compensate you somehow with upgraded Internet free for six months, make up for the time wasting they have been doing.
     
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    Nice idea but I couldn't even get a straight answer out of them today. Rescheduled the install for the 4th without confirmation from me that I'd be available. 8 hours in standby for squat.
    Pissing on my head & calling it rain.
    Just as well I haven't had to take time off work for this or I'd be taking a claw hammer to head office.
     
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    600PP Grand Valley SW Seasonal Sports Soft Winner! :tup:

    A nice surprise! :) The car handles quite nice the SS, despite the GTR35 did this on lap 4... Cheater!!

    Grand Valley Speedway.jpg
     
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    Ah yes, the famous AI with its excellent and safe driving techniques. I have had this done to me on various tracks too :) The SS version is a surprise, I wasn't sure it was going to work as well as it did in GT5 but apparently PD have left this nice SS car in its former state. It will come in handy for wet races as it will run happily in wet or dry conditions.
     
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    Indeed, I was quite surprised with it, but the most amazing is how well the car handles in acceleration, exiting slow corners. I can say there are some in RH that need more throttle sensitivity then the Mobil in SS. The next test will be a wet race, to see if it responses as well in dry. :tup:

    Haven't done the RH test yet, but after winning in SS, I believe will do better in RH... EDIT2: WRONG!!! SS is way better!!

    EDIT: Forgot, All AIDS off - ABS1
     
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    * Change oil.
     
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    When I was testing, I did both at Silverstone. The RH version was faster in the dry by 4-5 seconds per lap so you should do a quicker time for sure in the RH version.

    Just remember all this hassle will be worth it in the end. once you have the internet up and running, all this will be history :)
     
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    TY! Will do a test in Silverstone asap. Just finished the RH race in seasonal and its not as good as the SS. Still a great car, but more "nervous" in acceleration.
    Will try the SS settings on the RH to see how it goes...

    :tup:
     
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    The problem is we are not allowed to use RM and RS Tyres. In real they use super soft Tyres, I miss the free choice of Tyres from GT5
     
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    @shaunm80

    Just a small question... Is the Pagani Zonda LM Race car a "broken" car or is just too difficult to tune? I notice it appears a lot in seasonals, but no one has tuned it so far...

    Thanks in advance! :)

    :tup:

    EDIT: Nevermind, found the answer a few posts behind...
     
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    Ascari Race Resort 10-Lap Challenge
     
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    550PP or 500PP version? Let me guess, no pit stops?
     
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    Oh, you're right, I forgot to mention the version. Now it's corrected. :)

    No, can't make it without pit stop. It's still a very well tamed car. :tup:

    PS: London Seasonal won too. :cheers:
     
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    The best thing about this car to me (apart from the handling) is the sound that comes out of those exhausts. I love the engine note this car has. :)
     
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    This is true, Shaun. I enjoy it as well. :)
     
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    Transmission setup guidelines for Exeter GT Tunes

    When I create a transmission, unless the car is setup for a specific seasonal, the final gear (once the gears have been set) can be adjusted to suit any track you drive the car at. If the gears seem overly long, it may be due to the track that I initially tested at or high speed runs I was undertaking.

    The only gears which need to be kept the same are those that are tuned for a single special (or seasonal) event or FITT entries as they are bespoke gear settings to get the maximum amount of speed out of the tune I have created.
     
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    A Spec Seasonal Update (Single Races) Updated 2/10/14

    As per normal, if anyone uses any of my tunes to get gold in the newest batch of seasonals, please let me know which tune you used and if you made any changes to suit the seasonal regulations. :)

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    Beginner Level Supercar Festival (550PP SH)

    Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69 (500PP SH)
    Ferrari California '08 (550PP SH)
    Ford GT40 Mark 1 '66 (Normal or Anniversary Edition)
    Pagani Zonda C12 '00 (550PP SS) with SH tyres.
    Shelby Series One Super Charged '03 (500PP SH) - Yes. 500PP with a tune that maxes out at 144mph..

    Intermediate Level Muscle Car Festival (500PP SS)
    Callaway C12 ‘03 (500PP SS)
    Chevrolet Camaro SS '10 (500PP SS)
    Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69 (500PP SH) SS tyres added
    Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C5) '00 (500PP SS)
    Ford GT40 Mark 1 '66 (Normal or Anniversary Edition)
    Ford Mustang GT ‘05 (500PP SS)
    Plymouth Cuda 440 Six Pack '71 (500PP SS)
    Plymouth Superbird '70 (500PP SS)
    Shelby Series One Super Charged '03 (500PP SS)
    SRT Viper GTS ‘99 (500PP SS)
    SRT Viper SRT10 ‘03 (500PP SS)

    Expert Level Rainmasters (500PP SS)
    Aston Martin DB9 '03 (500PP SS)
    Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69 (500PP SH) SS Tyres added
    Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C5) '00 (500PP SS)
    Pagani Zonda C12 '00 (550PP SS) - Detuned to 500PP
    Shelby Series One Super Charged '03 (500PP SS)
    Tommikaira ZZII
    Tommykaira ZZ-S '00 (Detuned and LSD change- See page 117)
     
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  25. chrisspeed281

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    I used the Ford GT40 Mark I for the Beginner and Intermediate Event and won easy. At Spa the Tommikaira ZZII was the fastes (best lap 2:34) got Gold within 12 sec.
     
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    Thanks Chris. I shall have to do the Rainmasters event later as I have to leave for Uni now. Completed the first two already though, the Intermediate Level at Autumn Ring was the easiest 200,000+ credits I have earned in a while. I cruised by the opposition in my military car. So well camouflaged that they didn't see me coming. :)
     
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    Morning Guys does anyone now if the PSN is down....i cant sign in....:banghead:

    New Seasonals i See...:)

    :cheers:
     
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    Edited ^
     
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