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Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by shaunm80, Jan 26, 2014.
Just out of curiosity... How would this one fair on the Ascari seasonal?
I imagine it would get gold but you'd have to watch your throttle control for most of the lap. It wouldn't be as fast the X-BOW's but not many cars are on that particular seasonal.
That seasonal is pretty much tailored for the X-BOW's..
Photo Art - Sydney Harbour and Opera House
Love Nurb...one of the best tracks on here.. when you get in the zone
Hi Shaun. I tried several Settings at the BMW 507 but your Tune is the fastes. A Racing Exhaust brings the full 500 PP and 1.33 Laps at Apricot Hill. 200 kg Ballast Weight gives a 50/50 Weight Distribution. It makes the Car a little more stable but also to heavy. I prefer a weak Spring rate ( like 8.00/5.00) for this kind of Cars. Your Tune is pretty ok
I like your random photo art Pictures because i lived long time in Asia
Very nice pic
Took this pic this evening from my balcony in North Cyprus
Awesome, You live in Cyprus? Very nice place to be.
Which part of Asia did you live in? I would take a guess of either Singapore or Malaysia? I have seen some sights on the Scooters that zip around asian cities. Very scary but also hilarious at the same time.
It was Phuket Thailand. My Wife comes from there
It has its moments..left Uk about 2yrs ago to come out and see my bro and ended up staying here after meeting a beautiful American chick
The only thing I remember about Phuket is the Elephant fantasy show they have on the outskirts of town, That was really good and the really annoying drink and suit sellers in the Pattong District of Phuket! boy, did they get on my nerves.
Ah, the classic meet someone abroad and never leave scenario. Its happened to many a person! Can't be too bad if you've been there two years! Hows the work situation out there for british ex-pats?
Ah, the classic meet someone abroad and never leave scenario. Its happened to many a person! Can't be too bad if you've been there two years! Hows the work situation out there for british ex-pats?[/quote]
Yes i was very lucky to be part of the never leave scenario....thats funny
Works ok out here if you can get a work visa and all depends what you can do different than the locals... but most ex-pats out here work offshore or retired
A very nice tune Shaun...god does this car go) yes you are right no oil change
I just spent all day yesterday and all night downloading gt6 special edition....with loads of updates just to get these cars...but i was a little disappointed that you dont get the precision pack..i really wanted the Audi R8 and Nissan Nismo. and in the proceess lost all my photos and replay video's which have all my best lap times..cry cry cry..so be aware anybody that wants to upgrade to the special edition is make sure you export what you want to keep to your XBM
At least you have 20 off the anniversary cars. I only have the 10 cars which I tuned up as I got them for free when I pre-ordered the game. I also 1 million free credits for pre-ordering the game as well. The anniversary cars are really nice, its just a shame they cost so much to buy them all.
No your'e right they are wicked cars and its worth buying the special just to have something different to drive and they look awesome and i did manage to get £40 for my normal edition out here because none of the game shops have gt6 at the moment...very lucky....i am more annoyed with myself for loosing all my data...silly me
Did you lose all your save data as in your tunes and your credits which you built up in the normal version of GT6? I considered upgrading to the anniversary edition but I wouldn't get much back for my normal version and id only get 10 extra cars than what I have now. its not worth my money to do that really.
The Ford GT40 AE '66 also has a special one lap SH version tuned which is very good. It is in the seasonal section of the garage index. That is well worth applying as it can be used in many races throughout career mode and in seasonals which fall in the PP range.
No thank god....all that was still there i would off thrown my ps3 out of the window if i lost any of that only replays and pic's...i still dont know why i lost anything because it all should of been backed up on playstation plus..i'm just lucky it was only those that i lost
No i dont blame you its not worth you spending £40 for 10 cars...i would'nt of done it if i couldnt of got what i got for mine
Ok nice one will have a look cheers
I like indeed cheers for the heads up nice tune
New races are up in the seasonal section
Oh yes, similar setup to the last lot. Ford gt40 for the first one, Maserati for the second and for the last one, x-bow, rocket car, and the mclaren mp4-12c will end up being the first winners I try when I get up. Should be easy these lot
A Spec Seasonal Races (Updated 10/7/14)
As per usual, if you use any of the tunes from this garage, please let me know by replying to the tune you used so I can update this list to help other players find tunes to help them get gold.
Silverstone National Circuit (500PP SH)
BMW M3 Chrome Line (Alter final gear for a higher top speed)
Hyundai Gensises Coupe 3.8 Track '13
KTM X-BOW Street '12 (500PP SH Version)
Mini Cooper S' 11 (470PP SH FITT Entry)
Nissan Fairlady Z (Z34) '08 (450PP SH)
Toyota GT86 '12 (480PP Seasonal Setup)
Volkswagon Golf V GTI '05 (450PP SH)
Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca Circuit (550PP SM)
BMW M3 Coupe '07 (500PP SS Version)
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69 (500PP SH)
Ferrari F430 '06 (550PP SM)
Ferrari 458 Italia '09 (550PP SM)
KTM X-BOW Street '12 (550PP SH Version)
Maserati GranTurismo S '08
Mount Panarama Motor Racing Circuit (600PP SS)
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C6) '06
Ferrari 458 Italia '09 (600PP SS Version)
Ford GT '05 (Lengthen gear box for long back straight for win)
Honda NSX-R Prototype LM Road Car (597PP SS)
KTM X-BOW Street '12 (600PP Version)
Light Car Company Rocket Car '07 (Lengthen gearbox for long back straight, Final gear to 3.500)
Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) '02 (600PP SS)
Mercedes Benz AMG VGT (Put a set of SS tyres on and change final gear for long straight)
VW Scirocco R '10 (529PP SS) - Ultimate Challenge, This car is capable of 2.21s or less if you get a clean lap with no penalties. Could be a winner??
Done Silverstone with the M3 chrome line not easy for me as I was up against a TVR Tamara that was leaving behind on the straights would have been better had I changed the final gear for I higher top speed
I prefer the cars that don't make the races easy. It's a much better feeling when you come first knowing other cars should be faster than you on any particular track.
Edit: Very fun car - Mini Cooper S '11 FITT Entry. I forget how good this car is sometimes, it eats up the Silverstone Track for breakfast. Extremely nippy for an FF car.
@chrisspeed281 - Its time for you to find all the obscure tunes to fill up my A Spec List Ive already found a couple which are fun to drive. the KTM X-BOW is the perfect car to get gold on the first attempt with at 600PP SS range. You were certainly right about that car being a weapon at the seasonals!
Where's the photo of the Porsches taken?
Silverstone back in 2011. It was a race meant to build up the excitement for the main F1 event. Those cars are really loud! Sound like a swarm of bumblebees going past.