Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. PrinzValium

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    My Gold Cars for the Drift Seasonals:

    4WD Non-Racing Car Drift Trial:
    - Nissan GTR Black edition '12 (Drift Seasonal Setup)

    Japanese Racing Car Drift Trial:

    - Nissan C-WEST RAZO Silvia '01 (Drift Setup) (My had Oil change, rest same)
     
  2. shaunm80

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    By the skin of my teeth, I finally scored 8529 on the Japanese Drift Seasonal. Gold in the bag and now I can get back to more fun things.
     
  3. shaunm80

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    What a let down, the prize car i get for all that work is one that Otaliema and Myself have already tuned. Oh well, Straight in the stock yard incase I need a spare on. At least the payout of credits was worth all that effort.
     
  4. PrinzValium

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    Historic European Super Lap (450PP CS):
    - Alfa Romeo Guilia Sprint GTA 1600 ‘65 (450PP CS Tires, My Setup based on shaunm80's 400PP Setup)



    Alfa Romeo Guilia Sprint GTA 1600 ‘65 (450PP / CS-SH Tires)

    - 127 kW @ 6.200 RPM
    - 234 Nm @ 3.300 RPM
    - 700 kg (5,51 kg/kW)
    - 52 : 48 Weight Dis.
    - 98,5 % Power Limiter


    Pit Service / Other Parts / Paintwork :


    - No Oil Change
    - +1 Size Rims: OZ Racing Ultraleggera
    - Car Paint: Competizione Red
    - Rim Paint: Standard (Chrome)
    - Brake Paint: Matte Red


    Tuning Parts / Weight Reduction & Ballast :

    - Engine Tuning Stage 2
    - Sports Exhaust
    - Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    - Intake Tuning
    - Low RPM Range Turbo
    - Twin Plate Clutch
    - Carbon Prop Shaft
    - Weight reduction stage 3
    - Carbon Hood (Body Color)
    - Ballast: 28kg @ +50


    FC Suspension (F/R) :

    90 / 95
    4.75 / 3.25
    4 / 4
    3 / 3
    2 / 3
    0.0 / 0.0
    -0.02 / 0.00


    Racing Brake Kit (F/R) :

    7 / 8


    FC Transmission:

    1. Reset
    2. Set Final -> 5.500
    3. Set Top Speed -> 99mph / 160kph
    4. Set Gears
    -1st -> 2.407
    -2nd -> 1.853
    -3rd -> 1.462
    -4th -> 1.187
    -5th -> 0.995
    5. Set Final -> 4.050

    ( to change speed, adjust final gear only. Longer <--Final--> Shorter )


    FC LSD (F/R) :

    -- / 12
    -- / 15
    -- / 20


    Downforce (F/R) :

    --- / ---



    * Game Version: 1.21

    * Tuned with TCS & ABS only / Transmission Auto / DS3.

    [​IMG]
     
  5. Otaliema

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    Which one? Can it be done a new way than the Shotaliema tune?
     
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  6. shaunm80

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    Not really.. It is the Honda HSC '03. You still have a couple of the Shotaliema tunes to check out anyway. A spare HSC doesn't hurt though for the future should it be needed.
     
  7. Otaliema

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    Yeah not much you can do with that other than what we did.
     
  8. LordJCS

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    I decided to just get gold on the TT's.. Funny thing tho. I Had you up until the last corner and home stretch @shaunm80 but your 2J had a bit more grunt than the Lexus LF-LC-VGT i chose as my track weapon. If i could've kept the first couple of sectors cleaner i would've had you.


    The 4wd drift went uite well. Using your GT-R got me 8,8k points.


    The race car drift also went quite well.. Used my "Maaad Bull" inspired RX7 and got a score of 11,5k.Then i changed to an unknown tuned Blitz ER34 and got 12k. Gonna tinker with it to see if i can get some more points out of it..
     
  9. fordlaser

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    I tried your Mitsubishi FTO GP Version R '99 (500PP) again but sadly I had to make it in the (450PP) car, because someone upstairs told me that the Mitsubishi FTO GP R 99' is no good at 500PP.
     
  10. LordJCS

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    Hey @shaunm80 ... You've been passed at streets of willow.. I knew the Lexus had potential.
     
  11. Soren Jacquet

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    @shaunm80 Dob´t you have a Chapalla 2J in your garage :cheers:
     
  12. shaunm80

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    A nice selection of cars you have used. I used an old seasonal tune for the 2J to get a easy gold and move on. I may give it another go perhaps... :)

    It isn't going to be the top of the 500PP lists but as it was CoTM, I thought I would do something experimental. I guess I can expect a review of the 450PP version then? ;)

    Is the Lexus tune the one from my garage or one of your own creations? If it is mine, I shall add it to the list.

    I do not.. I used a @chrisspeed281 tune from ages ago. It did the job perfectly and I have no reason to tune it myself if I have a tune that suits me already. This is one reason why I have not tuned the Audi R8 4.2 quattro. I have someone else's tune on it and it is perfect for my driving style.
     
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  13. Soren Jacquet

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    Thats why I cant find it hehehe
     
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  14. fordlaser

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    Ok :tup:.
     
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  15. LordJCS

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    It's your tune. The same one I used for the 10lap survival seasonal a while back. Great tune.
     
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  16. Soren Jacquet

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    Damn I just fund a car that has Surprice me ,
     
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  17. chrisspeed281

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    at least i got gold at the Japanese Race car Drift event. Used the Blitz ER34 . Make sense to use a Drift Car for a Drift Event :D
     
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  18. LordJCS

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    I agree. If a D1GP car won't do it, then nothing will.
     
  19. fordlaser

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    The Mitsubishi FTO GP Version R '99 (450PP) its a lot better than the 500PP version, and it is a nice car to drive. I done this on the same track at Mid-field Raceway with ABS 1 and everything off and Grip Reduction set to Real no other issues when using wheel :cheers:.
     
  20. shaunm80

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    I have added this to the list of cars. Are you going to give the others a fight at the top of the leader board with a 2J now?

    That is good to hear. The 450PP car is a nice drive, Was the understeer nicely worked out of this tune?
     
  21. LordJCS

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    Haven't decided yet. I might have a whack at it,but I don't want to be a lemming.
     
  22. fordlaser

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    I had no trouble with understeer using my wheel, the only trouble with understeer is when you I don't brake when I am approaching the corners :lol:.
     
  23. Burned_Rubber

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    I just tried your
    at Tokyo. Wow. Just wow. Review to follow hopefully tomorrow or monday
     
  24. shaunm80

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    A slight tap on the brake usually does the trick to get the apex nailed perfectly. :)
    I am looking forward to it. Cant wait to see what your full review.
     
  25. fordlaser

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    Left foot braking does the trick and a little bit of trail brake also.
     
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  27. NoirAntares

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    I think either a D1GP car or a high powered Super GT car's good enough for gold. Those GT cars surprisingly drift well with low grip tires.
     
  28. LordJCS

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    Well this is a tad odd. Just landed a 13k run in a home brewed BLITZ ER34 '04. Tried to find a tune for it but couldn't. So I tinkered with it and now the results speak for themselves. I'm currently in 278th place. The tune itself is quite rough around the edges. I'm quite pleased to say the least.

    Update: now I am at 211th place with a score of 13.469points.
     
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  29. LordJCS

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    I could post the tune here for you guys to check out. Let me know.
     
  30. gskrt3000

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    ht would be nice to try ,i got 14855 with ER34 '07 currently 69 th place . post youre setup ,i try it out and take a look to improve the setup (maybe) :)
     
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