Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. LordJCS

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    How i wish PD had actually listened to this when they made the Sauber C9 a premium car.

     
  2. shaunm80

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    It sounds glorious. :)
     
  3. coryclifford

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    Other than confusing, what Nürb layout is that?

    I think PD skimped on the sound, as in the lower notes where the rumble is, to save the speakers in most people's TVs.
     
  4. Otaliema

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    F40 '92. has been posted. Have fun.
    Keep it below the limit and this is very stable, at the limit it shows it's colors and is out for blood, past the limit, well hows your sliding drift skill? 1:30 at Trial Mountain on SM tires, and I botched three turns cause I cooked the entry.
     
  5. coryclifford

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    I literally just finished the new Deep Forest seasonal in a completely stock F40 on SH tires and loved it. After driving a stock RUF Yellowbird it was actually pretty easy! :lol:

    (Getting in some practice for the hopefully upcoming RUF event :D)
     
  6. LordJCS

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    it is quite confusing... I too want to know what track layout this is..
     
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  7. shaunm80

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    The RUF event will be at some point but it depends on my uni timetable. Running a one car event is simple enough but a whole dealership full of cars with multiple classes. Well, that will be slightly more complicated to get right.
     
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  8. chrisspeed281

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    Other Games do it better than PD . i know the sound from the BMW M1 is a little bit too dirty but i like the sound from rFactor

     
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  9. Terry Dactal

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    Nissan Zytek Z11SN Greaves Motorsport '13 (607PP RH) - Detune to 600PP
     
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  10. Pete05

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    The layout in question is as close as possible to the original 'new' GP layout that was opened in 1984. Essentially the same as the modern F1 circuit but it deletes all the fiddly diddly 'stadium' section that is turns 2,3 & 4.
    As for the sound, I couldn't agree with you more. We got ripped off. I remember when the Sauber's & Silk Cut Jags came out to race at my local track in late '88. Both cars sounded absolutely magnificent and I'm sure I wasn't the only one that could've used a change of underwear :O Audible porn :bowdown:
     
  11. Hotspace 5150

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    Just used this car and the setup you posted for it... Got the Gold, The Credits, The Paint chips and the car in the recent seasonal events 10-22-2015. I did not have to change anything.. just grabbed the controller and hit the gas..

    Thank you.. I'm feeling a bit better. On to Deep Forest seasonal event..
     
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    Just beat the seasonal race -Intermediate Level Race of Turbo sports 10-22-2015.. Wow what a car...No loss of control or power in the corners.. just enough to slide threw any turn.. the ai leader cars were both GT-R's.. Once I took the lead, they stayed very close to very end. Got the credits, The Gold, The car and paint chips. It is a very cool car. Thank you for the setup. I like the new look and style of this page. Long time fan. Have a great weekend Tc.
     
  13. TripleE63

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    Thanks for mentioning this car LordJCS. It is indeed awesome around this track. :):tup:
     
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  14. LordJCS

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    No worries mate. I just wanted to let you guys in on the fun.


    Two other cars that works like a treat are the LM55 VGT I mentioned in a post way back in this thread, I believe it to be tuned by demonchilde. Sadly I don't think he's a member here anymore (couldn't find him when trying to tag him) the tune should still be available tho.


    Then there's the matter of German engineering. Vorsprung durch technic. Audi R18 prototype. Set that puppy to 600pp and it absolutely eats the opposition up and leaves you thoroughly entertained.


    Now I'm going to try out the R35 GT-R touring car just because I can.
     
  15. shaunm80

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    Well, that is as gooder reason as any to do anything :)
     
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    I think I just struck gold.

    The McClaren F1 koukusai base model.. I used that car on a seasonal event that was held at Silverstone a while back. One only has to be gentle on the throttle when it gets really wet. an absolute joy to drive.
     
  17. shaunm80

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    Three New tracks to you to test . Try Jumping around in Andalusia
     
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    Well, my first fitt review is up and it looks like it is going to be a very close contest for the podium spots this time. There are a couple of tunes that appear to stand out already so give them a drive and if you like what you see, feel free to join as tester and make this contest even closer :)
     
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    Well, not being a Rosberg fan usually, he has done Lewis proud this week and held of the charge of the Ferrari. Great Job Lewis! Well deserved. Triple World Champion!!
     
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    I think ROS is lucky VET didn't get one more lap. You see Kimi wiggle his car off the wall to get going again. That was great. So was ROS throwing his hat back at HAM.
     
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    They have said in the past that America doesn't get F1. Well, they certainly got it this week. It had everything! Great race indeed. I loved how Rosberg was not celebrating on the podium and wouldn't even join in the with the champagne throwing. Me thinks he was not happy.. :lol:.

    Also, Jenson Button, 6th place.. Go Button! In a car that has been bad all season. What a race he had too.
     
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  23. coryclifford

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    Unfortunately for Nico he lost the rear end at a pretty critical moment. Obviously very disappointed. It would have just prolonged the inevitable though.
     
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    Shaun, Thanks for the Great Zytek (Greaves) Tune. I just won the expert seasonal (Eifel) on first try with it. Detuned to 600pp, Intermediate tires all the way. Pitting at the end of Lap 5 gave me a win by 11.5 seconds. A very stable car. I will use it more often now.
     
  25. shaunm80

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    Thats very good. I haven't come close to winning this race yet. Used my best tunes but that track and its penalties and AI are not a great combo for me. I don't have the time to put in to it yet either but I have a month to crack it so hopefully I will get it finished, before the next seasonal races come around.
     
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  26. Goetz

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    Theres really no secret except to drive very carefully and with patience. The gap to the lead car will remain between 25 and 30 seconds until the second half of the race, and then you'll catch up. If you manage laps between 2.22 and 2.28 most of the time on IM tires you will prevail.
     
  27. coryclifford

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    There's more than one rain schedule there. And rain amount. A friend said there's three rain schedules. There's a race that needs RS for two laps, IM tire through lap seven, then RS tire again.
     
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  28. shaunm80

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    It sounds random and complicated to me. That is PD all over really. At least the track is interesting and new. That is a plus :)
     
  29. fordlaser

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    Hey Shaun are going to post anymore tunes soon, because I have $50 million dollars to spend.
     
  30. shaunm80

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    I have just tuned one car with three different tunes on it. I have another 4 cars left in my garage to tune but the only problem is time, or lack off, right now. I will spend an hour or two when possible and hopefully get tunes out ASAP.

    If you are looking for cars to buy in anticipation, i would suggest buying the following.

    Toyota FT-86II concept '11 (Already tuned)
    Minolta Toyota 88C-V '89
    Bentley Speed 8 '03
    Nissan R390 GT1 '98

    As you can see, a mixed bag of tunes to come. I want to make the three racing cars as good as I can before I publish though as they should be unbeatable in races once tuned right.