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Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by shaunm80, Jan 26, 2014.
yes , no problem
Ok I can´t get onine det this code 80710723
now I think I´m online hehe
The GREEN HELL done and won with the Madza LM55 tune from @shaunm80
lap time 6:16.200
@chrisspeed281 you have been overtaken at Matterhorn by the Danish Rabbit Lap Time 1:28.764
Hi guy's, I have just got my new G27 and also made myself a new racing rig and cockpit, and It may take sometime to get use to it because it is a lot different setup that I had before. Please do not laugh at me if my TT times are not that good on my friends list thank you.
let us see your new rig my friend
congrats with your new wheel
Thanks, the wheel stands and base is brand new but the seat came out of someone car, and the rest I made myself.
Beginners' Level Non-Race Car Challenge (450PP SH)
peoguet 406 Coupe 3,0 V6 ´98 tunet by @shaunm80
Looks good my friend
Thanks for that. Nice to see the V6s making an appearance!
I have added all the cars identified so far. Keep them coming everyone. Your doing a grand job!
@Beginners' Level Non-Race Car Challenge (450PP SH) one more for the list
Bmw 507 ´57 /(SH) tyre (Page 40) detunet ... won with over 3 sec to No 2 lap time 00.55.457
Alfa romeo 166 2,5 V6 24V Sportstronic ´98 (SH) with adjustet finalgear
I will try this tomorrow to see how close I can get to you guy's.
Audi quattro S1 Rally Car '86
Weight Distribution 50:50
Racing Hard Tyres
NO Oil Change
Racing Brake Kit
Set final gear to 5.500
Set max speed to 112mph
Set final gear to 3.740
Torq Dist Centre Diff
Set power limiter to 92.1%
Mid RPM Range Turbo Kit
Tuned with TCS 1 and ABS 1 only.
My gold tune for the 550PP RH Rally seasonal at Matterhorn. Enjoy.
Thanks very much for this tune partner
I stretched the FG out to 2970, clicked TC1 and ran the new (16July '15) 700pp seasonal at NBRing,, for the most part it was a clean lap - only had to door bump the '92 NISSAN to get by him and a little tapping the Minolta at the final chicane,, ran 6:27.952 and the car drove like a dream!!
@biffa3 - I finally bought a rally car that was worthy of a gold time at Matterhorn. I am just in front of you now
After about two hours of testing and research, I've come to the conclusion that racing the R10 TDI Stealth Model on the Nurburgring is a complete chore. I give any and all props to anyone that can win the current Expert Level Seasonal with this car, because I can't even get close to the leaders running 6:10.xxx laps. Maybe a new, evolved set-up could do the trick? Because I freely admit that I was frustrated enough that I greatly changed the camber & brake balance settings from the Exeter Tune and gained around 7 seconds a lap...
EDIT: FINALLY won the race with a 6:07.112 lap for a total time of 6:32.262
Thats a good improvement. It is a positive thing that my tune can be improved on to make it faster round this track.
Nice rig wish I had space for something like that. I'll be happy when I can build my colaspable stand that will fit under my couch get some stability and storeabilty in the same set up. Need it adjustable too so I can drop it to fit my kids
Also, Green Hell and me are not a great combination.. Hence why I never test any cars there. I leave that to drivers who are more competent around that track
Amazing Tune , works so stable did a 1:31,063 with the first try
Thanks. Took me a few minutes to put that together but it did me a 1.32.something and I was happy enough with that. Should be stable enough for any future events when a rally car on racing tyres is required.
I set the camber to 0.0/0.0, upped the rear brake bias to 10 (Making it it 7/10) and found the extra seconds. To be fair, your set-up for the Stealth R10 was posted quite a few updates ago and while my adjustments aren't enough to get rid of all the car's problems, it was fast enough to squeak in the win by the start of the long, long back straight. I was also helped by the fact that the "Rabbit" for the race was a Toyota 7, as the all of the AI racers that tried to pass it crashed while doing so...
I was going to suggest that camber is sometimes better with 0.0/0.0
This was mentioned ages ago in the garage but I left the tune as is because I find 0.0 a little too loose for my liking. It is down to driver preference sometimes.
Most people cruise around Green Hell and make it look like a drive around Great Albert Park. Me.. Well, see for yourself.
It is down to driver preference and indeed, I like a car that's "Loose" to "Neutral" in the handling department. But the biggest thing I found when setting the camber to zero all around was that the braking power was increased across all four wheels. One issue about the R10 Stealth (And a lot of other LMP/Group C cars I've run in the Expert Seasonal) is that you can't really attack the kerbs or clip grass at speed; Otherwise, well, you'll end up like in your picture of the 787B Stealth.
I'll post photos of my race later today.
Beginners' Level Non-Race Car Challenge (450PP SH)
Citroen C4 Coupe 2,0TS ´05 (SH) @shaunm80 tunet
Bmw Concept 1 Series tii ´07 (CS) tyres yes SC tyres @shaunm80 tune
Madza RX-7 type RZ (F,J) ´95 (SH) @shaunm80 tunet
Alfa Romeo 147 GTA ´02 (SH) @shaunm80 tunet
Nissan skyline GTS25 TypeS (R32) ´91 (SH) @shaunm80 tunet
Vauxhall ectra 3,2 V6 ´´03 (SH) @shaunm80 tunet
Fiat Abarth 500 ´09 (CS tyres) Unknown tuner adjusted the finalgear
you got boring ?
neee couldn´t sleep so I tryede those cars at that event