Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. LordJCS

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    Yes, there is a car from 81 in the game.. The very same car i expected to get. The Isuzu Piazza '81.
     
  2. LordJCS

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    Thanks guys!

    @chrisspeed281 really went the extra mile on this..


    "Well enjoy your "old" age, you can chase the "younger" ladies now :tup: :lol:
    Do they even have a 1981 car in the game this time around? Maybe they gave you the closest car to your age that is in the game."


    Thanks @Otaliema , I've got a lady that i'll be spending my life with. My hunting days are done.
     
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  3. Soren Jacquet

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    @LordJCS have nearly forgot this ...
    Happy Birthday. Hope you have a good day
     
  4. LordJCS

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    Thank you, my fellow Scandinavian.

    :cheers:
     
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    * Standard Size... ;)
     
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  6. shaunm80

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    I think that this is the case because dirt or snow tyres change the wheels automatically. On the original tunes which these were based on, they had +1 wheels.. Its PD programming that is the issue here. :)

    More importantly, what did you think to the tunes?
     
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  7. LordJCS

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    I can say that i absolutely loved the snow drift Evo.. It was spot on. The dirt version proved to be a bit more stubborn. Maybe it's my driving style that's not compatible with the tune..
     
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    Im not that great with dirt tunes yet.. Still experimenting really.. It can get gold but its not as fast as the times you guys are getting with other tunes. One day I may tune a rally car properly. :) Glad to hear that the evo snow drift worked well, the skyline R34 is also very good, very easy to score big in that tune.
     
  9. LordJCS

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    @Otaliema and I are like two tornado's in a trailer park on that Toscana event...

    All that i can think of that the dirt Evo needs is a bit softer springs and a tweak on the toe to get some more rotation.
     
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  10. Otaliema

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    Well if there is one thing I know about sir is you can do anything you put your mind too so when sit down to learn how to tune them they will be top notch
    Yeah and the crazy part is we are still what 6 seconds off top 100 pace? Sheesh they make us look like slow.
     
  11. LordJCS

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    If having this much fun is considered slow, i'll gladly have more of it.

    :cheers:
     
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    :tup:

    Just finished testing right now the 3 snow tunes. For me, the easier to drive was the Subaru. It does what you ask to do... The Blitzen was good, but I just don't like the car... :p

    So, the Evo was the one I loved driving. Increased my score way up with it and the car is superb, amazing control and easy to maintain the slide...

    :tup:
     
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    Happy Birthday to @LordJCS and did you get my friend request.
     
  14. LordJCS

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    I'll check in a sec. I got a woofer that needs a walk.
     
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  15. shaunm80

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    What breed of dog do you have? I love dogs but we can't have one just yet as we are renting. :(
     
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    It's a mix breed. German shepherd and Dobermann.
     
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    Sounds like a very loyal breed. good choice indeed :)
     
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    I've had a german shepherd before this one, so it was a no brainer in chosing this one.
     
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  19. Soren Jacquet

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    Puùh Toscana I hate you :eek:
    But fastet time Lap until now is 1:46.653
    With steering wheel :)
     
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  20. Otaliema

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    Stick to the sides as much as you can you get two maybe three times as much grip with speed loss
     
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    Where I take my border collie to training, there are a lot of smart german shepherd there.
     
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  22. LordJCS

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    I agree. There's heaps of time to be gained on the exits if you stay on the rough stuff. More grip there.
     
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    Yeah the hardest part about the sides is the invisible walls. I've lost more good laps in the first sweeper cause of the invisible wall about 3/4 way through it.
     
  24. Soren Jacquet

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    Thanks for the tip :D
    Have taken 4 sec off my first Lap time so I'm happy , but I'm not satificede. Until I'm under 1:45.000:)
     
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  25. LordJCS

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    You and me both.. Those invisible walls has angered me to a level i didn't think was possible.
     
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    I'm currently sitting at 1:45.312. I also want to breach into the 1:44's.
     
  27. Soren Jacquet

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    Have just landed a time 1:45.979 only 1 sec more and I'm happy
     
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  28. Soren Jacquet

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    Hurra for the subaru Impreza sedan wrx sti 10
     
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    But looking forward to next freday hehe .
     
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  30. LordJCS

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    @shaunm80 here's two pics of my "woofer"


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