Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by shaunm80, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. Pete05

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    What are these blue lines you speak of? Wait, don't answer that. I think I know the answer....

    That's what I love about Bathurst. The climb, the run over the top & decent can make a difference against an opponent with good straightline handling. Get stuck in & reap the rewards :mischievous:
     
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  2. chrisspeed281

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    It looks like the Honda Integra R is the fastes ... The Lady WoosierGirl did a 2:18.281 :)
     
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  3. shaunm80

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    Crikey, She is on it today. Everyone will be jumping into Integra R's now then..
     
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  4. chrisspeed281

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    I tried the Integra and get a 2:25.163 :)
     
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    Shaun what Car is the best for Drifting with 500 PP ?
     
  6. shaunm80

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    I am nearly there with a GT86. I am using my 491PP tune which I have used in other seasonals. It is nearly there, just can't be consistent through all the sections. I am going to attempt the Integra now too.
     
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  7. Pete05

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    The lady sure knows how to steer.
    I remember her from the NASCAR thread and everyone wanting to know her setup for Daytona. She was keeping it pretty close to get chest too. It's be easier to get a donation from Scrooge!
     
  8. shaunm80

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    Yeehaw!! I am quicker!!! 2.24.836!! New Integra tune coming up! :)
     
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  9. shaunm80

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    Honda Integra Type R (DC5) '04

    500PP
    371 BHP
    1100kgs
    Weight Distribution 54:46

    Sports Hard Tyres

    Aero Kit Type A
    Inch Up: 1 Wheels
    Change Oil

    FC Suspension

    F/R
    95/100
    6.25/5.50
    5/4
    4/4
    2/3
    0.0/0.0
    -0.05/0.00

    Racing Brake Kit
    6/7

    FC Transmission
    Set final gear to 5.500
    Set max speed to 112mph
    1st 3.062
    2nd 2.387
    3rd 1.919
    4th 1.586
    5th 1.343
    6th 1.174
    Set final gear to 3.275

    FC LSD
    12/16/10
    Triple Plate Clutch

    Set power limiter to 99.0%
    Sports Computer
    Racing Exhaust
    Intake Tuning
    High RPM Range Turbo Kit


    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Carbon Bonnet
    Window Weight Reduction

    Ballast - Set 112kgs to Position 50

    Tuned with TCS 1 and ABS 1 only

    I achieved a 2.24.xxx with this tune. Very easy gold for the Bathurst seasonal race.

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  10. shaunm80

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    @chrisspeed281 - Is my 500PP SH tune very different to yours or are we going along similar lines?

    @LordJCS - Would the GT86 tune you got gold with on the incredibly hard seasonal be the tune I created or is it one of your own creations?
     
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  11. LordJCS

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    It is indeed your tune. with some added camber though.
     
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  12. chrisspeed281

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    For the Integra i use weight distribution 52/48 (172 kg pos 50) and the Suspension Setting from your FITT Mini Tune :)
     
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  13. shaunm80

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    I will add that to the list then..
     
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  14. shaunm80

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    That is amazing. Suspension from a mini working on a Honda.. It isn't like the British to be that kind.. unless you are me off course :)
     
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  15. chrisspeed281

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    The Mini Tune fit for many FF Cars (special the short Cars) :tup:
     
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  16. shaunm80

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    I never knew that... Hmm. I will have to experiment with this one I think. :)

    Cracked the hard drift seasonal. I broke out a newly tuned Aston Martin Vanquish. It vanquished this event.. literally..
     
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  17. shaunm80

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    Aston Martin Vanquish '04 (Drift Seasonal Setup)

    500PP
    368 BHP
    1400kgs
    Weight Distribution 55:45

    Comfort Hard Tyres

    Change Oil

    Standard Size Wheels

    FC Sus
    F/R
    80/85
    11.00/7.00
    5/4
    4/6
    2/3
    2.2/2.6
    -0.18/0.30

    Racing Brake Kit
    1/8

    FC Trans
    Set final gear to 5.000
    Set max speed to 124mph
    1st 2.998
    2nd 2.323
    3rd 1.841
    4th 1.511
    5th 1.274
    6th 1.116
    Set final gear to 4.760

    FC LSD
    10/50/10
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Carbon Prop Shaft


    Set power limiter to 76.6%
    All power parts standard

    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Carbon Bonnet
    Window Weight Reduction

    Ballast - Set 39kgs to Position 50

    Tuned with TCS 1 and ABS 1 only.

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  18. LordJCS

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    I went with quite a wild camber setup. Was inspired by shmo. I run his tune on my BMW VGT for the occasional racing car drift events.

    I'm having a crack at the KTM @ streets of willow.. How i hate that track... After i'm done with that i'll post the camber angles i use on your GT-86 drift tune.
     
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  19. shaunm80

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    I am currently doing that same event. Down to a 1.14.024.. 0.24!!!! grrr! now thats annoying.
     
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  20. shaunm80

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    KTM X-Bow Street '12

    580PP
    397BHP
    850kgs
    Weight Dist 45:55

    Sports Hard Tyres

    Front Aero Type A
    NO Oil Change


    FC Suspension
    F/R
    60/65
    5.50/11.00
    6/6
    5/4
    2/4
    1.5/1.2
    -0.15/0.18

    Racing Brake Kit
    8/7

    FC Transmission
    Set final gear to 5000
    Set Max Speed to 112mph
    1st 2.965
    2nd 2.334
    3rd 1.849
    4th 1.524
    5th 1.295
    6th 1.137
    Set final gear to 3.700
    (Adjust final gear to suit track)

    FC LSD
    8/10/22
    Triple Plate Clutch

    Set power limiter to 93.7%
    Engine Tuning Stage 3
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    High RPM Range Turbo Kit

    Weight Reduction Stage 3

    Ballast 100kgs @ Position -50

    Tuned with TCS 1 and ABS 1.

    A gold tune for the Willow Springs (Street) seasonal race.

    Willow Springs International Raceway_ Streets of Willow Springs.jpg
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  21. chrisspeed281

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    To relax a fast Lap at Street of Willow (from minute 6:50 at the Video) with the Nismo GT-R :)

     
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  22. shaunm80

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    This would be my backup car to the 458 Italia. I love the sound of the dump valve as it goes through the corners. That would scare the hell out of a passenger in the middle of the night. :)
     
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    Beginner Level CC Seasonal Tsukuba Winner! :tup:

    Quite fun to drive, as IRL! :tup:

    Beginner Level CC Seasonal Tsukuba Winner! :tup:

    Excellent rotation, allows to corner faster and accel. earlier. Pretty fast for a 350PP... :tup:

    Beginner Level CC Seasonal Tsukuba Winner! :tup:

    Almost no braking is needed for this car, worked great with ABS0. Proper desaccel. and corners perfectly. :tup:


    OK, all 350/400PP cars on list tested! :)

    Next (when free time allow):
    • "Secret weapon" Elise 400PP :p
    • Seasonal cars
    • Reviews of Car of the Month...
     
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  24. shaunm80

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    Excellent job. These cars will be added to the list as well. You've certainly earned your credits this time around. You must have racked up the mileage on these seasonals now. :)
     
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    :tup:

    Total Milleage atm: 30.079.7

    :)
     
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  27. Bluesman81977

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    Are your tunes good for a ds3?
     
  28. shaunm80

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    Undoubtably yes. I only own a DS3 so all tunes are created using it. :)
     
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  29. Bluesman81977

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    Cool. Is there anyway i can subscribe or save your thread? I too use a ds3.
     
  30. shaunm80

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    There is a watch thread button on the top of the page I believe, or you can follow me somehow.. I think you click on my name and select follow. If thats wrong, one of my other thread participants will tell you how to do this. :)
     
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