Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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  1. fordlaser

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    Very nice tunes you got there Sir :cheers:.
     
  2. fordlaser

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    On this tune the power limiter should be set at 96.5% and not 100%.
     
  3. shaunm80

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    I have corrected this one now. Thank you for letting me know :)
     
  4. Soren Jacquet

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    Thanks God It´s Friday .. Good Morning fuel heads
     
  5. chrisspeed281

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    The sound of the Shelby GT350 '16 is incredible :)

     
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  6. shaunm80

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    Thank you @Antares26 for the images you created. I have added them to the garage now and it looks loads better than a wall of text. Great work and it is much appreciated.
     
  7. NoirAntares

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    Looked better than expected when used in the post, but I never expected you'd use them right away!

    Cheers, mate! :cheers:
     
  8. Otaliema

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    Those are awesome images. They look fantastic. Great work sir.
     
  9. LordJCS

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    The front page looks stunning with the new graphics. Well done indeed, @Antares26 .


    Wasn't prepared to see my "handle" looking that good. So.... I'll be going through some of my own creations and post them here. Just to contribute to this awesome garage.

    First car i'll investigate is my "ace in the hole" when it comes to drift events.

    My beloved e92 BMW M3.


    Stay tuned...
     
  10. NoirAntares

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    Thanks @Otaliema @LordJCS
    I really didn't have any themes to work around so I just did what I thought would look good on an established garage like Exeter. Glad you guys liked it. :D
     
  11. LordJCS

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    Investigation is now officially over..


    Had some transmission issues which proved to be a real pain to sort out.

    But i managed to work it out. So.. without further ado, here's the tune i spok of earlier.



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    BMW e92 M3 '07 "Drift monster"

    Tires: CH
    Aero kit: A
    Wheels: stock size

    549pp @ 560hp

    Power mods

    Oil change: yes

    Engine tune: stage 3
    ECU: Sports
    Exhaust: stock
    Isometric Exhaust manifold
    Intake tune
    catalytic converter sports

    Power limiter 97,7%





    Weight reduction: stage 3

    Carbon bonnet: body color

    Window weight reduction

    Should land you at:
    1325kg @ weight dist: 50/50



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    Suspension: Fully custom.

    F R



    Ride height: :
    65 65
    Spring rate:
    11.0 9,0
    Dampers,Comp:
    6 6
    Dampers Ext:
    6 6
    Anti Rollbar :
    5 5
    Camber:
    4.5 3.0
    Toe:
    -0,12 0,08

    Race Brakes:
    6 10​
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    LSD:

    5
    60
    60
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    Transmission:

    You guys know the drill: DO THIS LAST!!

    Finalgear 5,000
    Set top speed: 200km/h 124mph

    1st 3,424
    2nd 2,620
    3rd 2,120
    4th 1,755
    5th 1,482
    6th 1,274


    Final gear setting 3,290
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    Notes:


    From here you can do some alterations like slapping on bigger rims if you'd like, but do so ONLY once the tune is applied as described. Otherwise the gearing wont work..
     
    Last edited: Dec 1, 2015
  12. Soren Jacquet

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    It´s looks good it that a drift tune. ,
     
  13. Soren Jacquet

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    @shaunm80 congrats with your New front page , it looks awsame.:cheers:
     
  14. LordJCS

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    Ahh.. Thanks for pointing it out.


    Edit made-
     
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  15. Soren Jacquet

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    Hehehe We all somethimes forget to type something. I must try that Drift tune. later to day , when I get my tv back form my son hehehe
     
  16. LordJCS

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    Just a heads up!


    The gearing is quite long on this setup. So natuarally it works great on fast sweeping tracks.. I was able to hold a long sweeper at close to 230km/h with this setup..

    It happened on a custom track i drifted on in one of my many online adventures..


    The sweetspot is in fourth gear and feathering the throttle on the shorter and narrower tracks.
     
  17. Soren Jacquet

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    I must see if I can handle that drifting with my wheel otherweiss I must take my pad
     
  18. LordJCS

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    It's really forgiving. Just point it in and step on the "go fast" pedal and the rear steps out in a controlled fashion. From then on it's all about throttle control.
     
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  19. Otaliema

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    @LordJCS tune looks solid.
    You said you had some tyranny trouble.
    Try this, I didn't put it in the guide as it generates so much torque that ONLY expert drifts can handle it. I tried it on a untuned Miata and I couldn't keep the car from cutting cookies...
    Final gear full left
    Top speed full right
    All gears full right
    Adjust final drive right to desired gear length.
     
  20. chrisspeed281

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    Next week new Drift Seasonals should come so if this "Driftmonster" is allowed i will give it a try
     
  21. shaunm80

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    It looks awesome. I am very happy with the overall effect the graphics and the logo have on the first page of my garage.
    I agree completely. :)
    Certainly. Add more tunes as and when. I will link them for you.
    Linked in the tune index now. :)
    Thank you. It does look very good indeed. :)
     
  22. LordJCS

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    I had made som alterations on my main M3 drifter, i sought to recreate it for you guys. That's where my tranny problems came into play. It turned out to be as simple as an increase in rim size. I had changed rims after the tune was done and forgot about it. which proved to be an issue when the tune was created on stock rims.

    So, it was simple enough to get sorted.


    I do however appreciate your tip.. I'll definitelly check this out in future drift tunes.
     
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  23. LordJCS

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    Erhm, You need to edit the link.

    Tune is set at 549pp not 560 as in the link.

    560 is the hp count.
     
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  24. shaunm80

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    I have been on a shift since 7.15 this morning.. My brain is a little tired. :)
     
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  25. LordJCS

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    No worries mate.. I know what a tired brain can do..
     
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  26. Otaliema

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    That is so odd that the rims affected the transmission as everything we know/accept on the rims is it just changes the rim size not the tire size. ....hmm investigation required.
     
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  27. LordJCS

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    The sudden silence has me quite worried....
    It did alter the gearing.. Not sure as to why, but it did.
     
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  28. Otaliema

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    A simple check will give me insight, take a stock e92 jot down first gear and sixth gear, go put some one up rims check first gear and sixth gear, if they changed then the tire size has changed not just the rim size. Go put some two up rims (if available), check first and sixth ddid they change again or are they same as one of the first two.
    As you prolly know tires IRL function as a second final gear for the car the larger the tire the faster it can get to it, the smaller the tire the quicker it accelerates.
     
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  29. LordJCS

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    That i know all too well. My background as an auto mechanic tells me that there's something odd going on here.

    Some friends of mine had issues with their speedometers after changing rims and tires.. i knew exactly why the speedometer displayed the wrong speed.. Yes, it were some older cars.
     
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  30. Otaliema

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    If this pans out the way I think it will, we may be launching a huge rim size check in game to indentify cars that get changed tires vs one that don't. I'm secretary hoping the e92 is just a glitch per say as this would cause all kinds of problems.
     
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