Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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  1. shaunm80

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    @cbarbosa and @LordJCS - I know that you are both done/nearly done with testing for the FITT challenge. A big thank you from myself for doing that. It is much appreciated and if you are ever free in the future to do this again, I know that a few of the FITT members would be grateful for your reviews and time given. None more than me and @Bowtie-muscle for this time around.

    When you want a car creating, let me know what car you want and a PP range to aim for and it shall be done. Great work by you both and I look forward to creating you a car to show my appreciation.
     
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  2. Soren Jacquet

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    Think I´ll will try this tune ( Volkswagon Golf IV R32 '03 (500PP SM))on 2007 HPA stage R32 and hope it will work ..
     
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    I have a dream ,and that is when will we get new race tracks to race on .... :gtpflag:
     
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  4. shaunm80

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    It will be good to know if this tune is transferable. I look forward to seeing how it does.
     
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    I¨ll let you know .. After I have put my little son to sleep :)
     
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    So the only thing there not could be transferd is The riding heights but its oversteer much, but it´s win wiht over 10 sec so a litle work on it then the car will be nice to drive .
     
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    grrrrr grrrrrr tryede everything it´s still oversteer and then understeer grrrr
     
  8. shaunm80

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    Howdy folks. Life seems quiet around here lately, certainly is on my side with tuning right now. I have a few things going on but nothing ready for publishing right now. I am working on a few really nice cars which I know a few of you already have in your garage. I am taking my time with them as I want to get them spot on. Hope that all you guys are well and enjoying GT6. Uni work is taking most of my time right now which is not great but i did expect it would happen eventually. Never the less, when I have a few spare moments, I will have some nice tunes for you guys to use.
     
  9. Soren Jacquet

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    Shaunm80 take your time so they can be perfect
     
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    Original setups used, apart from notes (*)

    Expert Level British Lightweights | Brands Hatch GP Circuit
    Normal British cars (<1200kg), 520PP max, Sports Hard or less


    Winners
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    * Power Level: 520 PP,
    * No Aids, ABS 1.

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    * No Aids, ABS 1,
    * Sports Hard Tyres.

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    * No Aids, ABS 1,
    * Sports Hard Tyres,
    * Power Level: 520 PP,
    * Final Gear: 3200.

    From now on, I'll use "Premium" cars exclusively. All "Standards" sold.
     
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    I agree...my garage have also only 180 Premium Cars. can't look the graphics of Standard Cars anymore but i have the 40 best "Standard" Cars parked at the Courtyard
     
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    Original setups used, apart from notes (*)

    Intermediate Level Italian Festival |Circuito di Roma
    Normal Italian cars | 500 PP max | Sports Hard or less

    Winners

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    * 450 PP,
    * Comfort Soft Tyres,
    * No Aids, ABS 1.

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    * Power Level: 500 PP,
    * Sports Hard Tyres,
    * No Aids, ABS 1.
     
  13. shaunm80

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    I love the look of the Reventon. It looks like a stealth bomber from the front with that triangle nose. all it needs is laser guided side winder missiles to come out of the air intakes and it would be like the Lamborghinis of old :) Nice wins by the way, two very different cars indeed.
     
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    Yes Shaun, you're right about the Reventon. :)
    The Lancia has it's own personal charm. It's too bad that such an important innovator brand in automobiles history just couldn't keep the pace. Great scientists and bad marketing.

    :cheers:
     
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    Since the Beginner seasonal has only a few cars tested:

    Beginner Level Japanese '90's Seasonal Winner! :tup:

    Super fast car, fun to drive, but challenging... A bit happy tail... ;)

    Will post more reviews if time permits...

    EDIT: 1st removed, already posted...
     
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    I agree with you about the Honda NSX Type S '99. It is a handful but it is fun when you get it right, the car feels really nice. Thanks for the notifications. The seasonal post has been updated. :)
     
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    A Spec Time Trial Races (Updated 4/12/14)

    Here are the newest of the time trial and drift trial seasonal races. Let me know which cars you have used to get gold and ill add it to the list below. Many thanks as always :)

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    2 Wheel Drive Non-Racing Car Super Lap (550PP SH Tyres)
    BMW M4 Coupe (550PP SS) - SH Tyres for this event.
    Ferrari 458 Italia ‘09 (550PP SS) - SH tyres for this event.
    Honda NSX-R Prototype LM Road car (600PP SS) - Detuned to 550PP SH
    KTM X-BOW R '12 (550PP SH)
    Lotus Elise 111R '04 (520PP SH) - Tune from British seasonal event
    McLaren MP4-12C '10 (550PP SH)

    4 Wheel Drive Non-Racing Car Super Lap (600PP SS Tyres)
    Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 '11 (600PP SS)
    Nissan GT-R '07 (550PP SS - With High RPM Turbo and Rear Wing added)
    Tommykaira ZZII (600PP SS)

    Italian Non-Racing Car Drift Trial
    Ferrari 430 Scuderia '07 (Drift Setup)
    Ferrari 599 '06 (Drift Setup)
    Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 '11 (Drift Seasonal Tune)

    Racing Car Drift Trial
    Toyota "86" Racing '13 (Drift Setup)
     
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  19. dddsprayshop

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    4dec2014 4WD event at Suzuka, i used the ZZII here.
    i modified it a bit (no oilchange) at 598pp
    sloppy lap of 2:05.122 ( made a few brake mistakes)
     
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    Weeeeee now seasons
    Now I wanna go home and play:lol:
     
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    Used this Car at the new Red Bull Ring Event and did a 1:37... Lap :)
     
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    Good Lap time maybe it's could be faster
     
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    For the italian drift i used the Aventador drift tune here.
    For the racecar drift i first used a BMW Vision, but the Toyota 86 Racing was better here
    for the 550pp i used my own suzuki GSXR/4 at 544pp
     
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  24. Soren Jacquet

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    1.38 and a couple off break mistake
     
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    4 Wheel Drive Non-Racing Car Super Lap (600PP SS Tyres)
    Tommykaira ZZII ´09

    Italian Non-Racing Car Drift Trial
    Ferrari 599 ´06


    Racing Car Drift Trial
    Toyota "86" Racing ´13

     
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    The Lotus Elise 111R can do the gold time (1:39.2..) at the Red Bull Ring with the tune 520PP from Brands Hatch :)

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    There's a mistake somewhere here or I'm too stupid. I see the same car and the same description (600PP/SS). :drool:
     
  28. shaunm80

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    The cars are slightly different. One has more power and isn't as agile, the other is more of a wild child but still controllable.. Subtle differences make these cars very good in their own way.
     
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  29. Soren Jacquet

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    Take a look on the engine stage 1 and the other stage 3
     
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    ATM, the TK ZZII tune (page 9) - Seasonal - Best Lap 2:00:773 (sloppy lap)

    Perfectly capable of 1:59 or in a better driver 1:58

    The car fits perfectly, just a small understeer due to the 4WD system, need less acceleration on cornering...

    :bowdown: