Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. ALB123

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    This 450PP Volkswagen just made minced meat out of the field in the 500PP Intermediate Level 4WD Challenge (Seasonal Event). What a smooth ride...I love it!
     
  2. LordJCS

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    I've tried a bunch of cars yesterday for the purpose of the "How low can you go" challenge you issued, @shaunm80 .

    There were some real gems sitting in your garage.

    Gonna have another whack at it later today and then i shall post my findings.
     
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  3. chrisspeed281

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    it's a pity that this one is gone :lol:

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  4. shaunm80

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    Thanks. This car is surprising with its abilities. It helps that you can move the power around as well. Helps cure most of the understeer issues most 4WDs have sometimes.

    Excellent! I am looking forward to seeing what gems you have found. I have a feeling the list will grow substantially later on.

    That car was cool. Great car for drag racing with friends... Imagine how long it would take to do a lap around the SSXR.. (is that the right track?).
     
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  6. shaunm80

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  7. fordlaser

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    No problem Shaun, I am just adding more of your tunes to my garage and I have well over 300 now and there all your tunes :cheers:.
     
  8. shaunm80

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    Excellent. Thats great to hear. A lot of my tunes fit your driving style then obviously. :)
     
  9. fordlaser

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    That's right, When I started using your tunes I have never had a bad tune from you when I have use them in the career mode or the seasonal A-spec events or the TTs. I just can not thank you enough on all these tunes Shaun I am getting from you it save me from doing it myself. :cheers::cheers:
     
  10. Soren Jacquet

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    I agree with you , all this tunes works danm good even if we use a steering wheel then we know there are no problem with them.... @shaunm80 is in my top 3 of tuners .
    even his Tune for the Pescarolo C60 hybride judd ´05 works good have only change the gearbox ..
    become 4st at the race yesterday because of ther came heavy rain on the track for 30 mins and that dont like rain .
     
  11. shaunm80

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    No worries at all. Thats what my tunes are there to do, make others life a little easier at getting through career and seasonal races. :)

    Only in the top 3? Am I not the top tuner?? I am kidding.. I am honoured to be in the top 3 tuners for you personally. There are a lot of talented tuners out there so its a very big compliment to be ranked that high.

    Thank you both for using my tunes and continuing to support my thread. It makes a huge different having regulars like yourself, and everyone else who posts messages and reviews like they do. I am extremely grateful to all of you who visit this thread.
     
  12. Soren Jacquet

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    Hey fuel heads... i have ben thinking about somthing... what do you guys says to take a race online one day in some of @shaunm80 tunes and let him choose what range of PP ther must be max and max power. Could be fun to have a friendly and fair race.
     
  13. shaunm80

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    We use to have these online races but just lately, I personally have not got the time available for this. If you can get enough of you online at any one time though, you can arrange a race for all of you. :)
     
  14. Otaliema

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    Thouse races were good fun.
     
  15. shaunm80

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    My assignment due tomorrow has been submitted. Only two more to finish now. :)
     
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    just let me know if you want a online Race :)
     
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  17. shaunm80

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    Probably not tonight. My head really hurts from this last assignment. I think its going to be a film night for me. Have to be fresh for tomorrow to finish off another assignment so I can start researching my final essay. Uni has become very busy assignment wise. :(
     
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  18. Otaliema

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    If it's not too late for you say 5 hours from now do some Online 450-500 Sports racing?

    Sounds like a normal Uni to me. Some teachers are homework-a-holics, some talk your ears off and you too sleep. :lol: Good luck with paper tomorrow. For a feel good move I recommend anything by Mel Brooks. Slap stick humor by the master of it. Has been doing it longer then anyone in this thread has been alive *well proly anyways*
     
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  19. shaunm80

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    Spaceballs? Is that the right Mel Brooks? I was watching Captain America. Great film indeed.
     
  20. Otaliema

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    Space balls, Robin Hood Men in Tights, Blazing Saddles, to name a few.
     
  21. Burned_Rubber

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    Hey Shaun, do you have a tune for a Ford RS200 '84 in here somewhere? I could swear I saw one once upon a time but I can't find it now. Anywhoo, I ask because I just bought this and tested it at Apricot Hill Intermediate 4wd Challenge. I only upgraded S3 weight reduction, Carbon Hood, and installed Intake to make 450pp and won...no, destroyed the competition. With no tuning done at all I am sure some of the regulars in this thread could appreciate a great tune for this tiny machine. This is one I will probably return to for repeat victories at 450-500pp.
     
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  22. shaunm80

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    It has been mentioned previously but not tuned as yet. I will see if I can work on a road tune for this car at some point soon. :)
     
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  23. shaunm80

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    A Spec Seasonal Time Trials and Drift Trials (Updated 11/6/15)

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    A new batch of seasonal events are upon us. I believe that most of the events should already have tunes in this garage, If you find any of them, let me know which ones (by quoting the original tune) and I will add it to the list. Thanks :)

    1979 or Prior Non-Racing Car Super Lap (500PP SH)
    Ferrari 512BB '76 (499PP SH)
    Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706 '67 (500PP SH)

    1980 or Later 2 Wheel Racing Car Super Lap (700PP RH)
    Pescarolo C60 Hybride - Judd '05 (700PP RH) - With changes (Page 296)

    1979 or Prior Non-Racing Car Drift Trial
    Chevrolet El Camino SS 396 '67 (Drift Setup)
    Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706 '67 (Drift Setup)

    Racing Car Drift Trial
    BMW Vision Gran Turismo (Drift Setup)
    Honda S2000 LM Race Car (Drift Setup)
    Toyota 86 "Racing" 13 (Drift Seasonal Setup)
     
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  24. shaunm80

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    Chevrolet El Camino SS 396 '67 (Drift Setup)

    550PP
    590 BHP
    1250kgs
    Weight Distribution 52:48

    Comfort Hard Tyres

    Change Oil
    Aero Kit Type B
    Other Part B
    Inch Up: 1 Wheels

    FC Sus

    F/R
    125/130
    7.70/4.15
    5/5
    4/7
    2/3
    1.5/1.8
    -0.18/0.28

    Racing Brake Kit
    1/8

    FC Trans
    Set final gear to 4.500
    Set max speed to 112mph
    1st 2.936
    2nd 2.223
    3rd 1.696
    4th 1.382
    5th 1.185
    Set final gear to 3.800

    FC LSD
    5/40/5
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Carbon Prop Shaft


    Set power limiter to 93.2%
    Engine Tuning Stage 2
    Sports Computer
    Racing Exhaust
    Supercharger

    all other engine parts standard

    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Carbon Bonnet
    Window Weight Reduction

    Ballast - Set 47kgs to Position 50

    A very quick drift setup for this truck. Not the most elegant I've created but more than good enough to get gold on the new seasonal (1979 or Prior). Enjoy.

    Tuned with ABS 1 only.

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  25. shaunm80

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    @chrisspeed281 - The Pescarolo tune you used for your gold time on the 700PP seasonal, was that my the with no camber put on?
     
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  26. chrisspeed281

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    All my Race Cars have Camber 0.0 . I'm sure your Pescarolo Tune is good for Gold but if you want to annoy the other Guys you need a fine Setting always :)
     
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  27. shaunm80

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    It may be in the right hands but for me, I tried this tune with 0.0 camber and this is what happened.

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    I think I may need to try adding camber and do a fine tune as you say. .:)
     
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  28. fordlaser

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    I am using my Minolta Toyota 88C-V '89 TC on 1, ABS 10 and I see you ahead of me, and your TC 6 and I might try a higher TC tomorrow :tup:.
     
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    Lamborghini Miura P400 Bertone Prototype CN.0706 '67 (Drift Setup)

    515PP
    318 BHP
    875kgs
    Weight Distribution 45:55

    Comfort Hard Tyres

    NO Oil Change

    FC Suspension

    F/R
    95/100
    5.00/7.50
    5/5
    4/8
    2/3
    0.0/0.0
    -0.06/0.06

    Racing Brake Kit
    1/8

    FC Transmission
    Set final gear to 5.000
    Set max speed to 124mph
    1st 2.789
    2nd 2.084
    3rd 1.641
    4th 1.327
    5th 1.099
    Set final gear to 4.390

    FC LSD
    10/50/5
    Triple Plate Clutch

    Set power limiter to 91.3%

    Weight Reduction Stage 3

    Tuned with ABS 1 only

    An easy gold for the drift seasonal (1979 or Prior). :)

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  30. chrisspeed281

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    Hi torque an low TC never work for me so i use TC always because i don't want to change my driving style :)
     
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