Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. shaunm80

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    I can't remember.. Maybe. I am guessing random Beemers here to see if I can get lucky. ;)
     
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  2. Pete05

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    If you let me know which GT300 you choose, I can help with a set of gear ratios that'll definitely do the job for you. You just have to adjust the final drive ratio dependent on your wing levels & any power adders you want.
    I'll never forget your FITT Mini. It's obviously survived the various game updates over time.
     
  3. shaunm80

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    It isn't quite as smooth on CS tyres as it was on SH tyres and it does have slight understeer but it still does the job without a fuss. :)
     
  4. LordJCS

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    That mini never fails putting a giant smile across my face.
     
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    Your right PS4 is heaps better than PS3, when I play Driverclub and switch to play GT6 I think there is something wrong with the picture.
     
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    I can remember when we have started online races we always did a race with your FITT Mini at Brands Hatch :)
     
  7. shaunm80

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    Those races were always close. :) Good fun too.
     
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  8. LordJCS

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    I remember a certain Silverstone bashing with the Mini's.
     
  9. Otaliema

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    @shaunm80 your FITT mini was a blast :tup: i hauled out my Scirocco R for it, was surprised it wasn't a total run away didn't take the lead till after T5 on the last lap. I think I shorted my final too much -_-

    edit just looked over the tune, I think I lost my oridignal tune -_-
    well time to rebuild better than before.
     
  10. chrisspeed281

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    @shaunm80 , this Car, the Toyota Wedsport Celica '03 (548PP RH) P416 +12465 is very good for the Beginner GT300 Event . In your Garage you have the Toyota 86 Gazoo Racing at the GT300 Tunes but it's not classified . The Wedsport Celica '03 is a GT300 Car :)
     
  11. shaunm80

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    Thanks Chris, I have added this car to the list. I would have thought the Gazoo would be a perfect GT300 car as it is the right size and has a small engine. PD are being odd again. :)
     
  12. chrisspeed281

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    Yes , we all know PD , and the RE Amemiya AsparaDrink RX 7 is the fastes GT300 Car , you should have a look at her :)
     
  13. Otaliema

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    Have I ever mentioned how much I dislike the Green Hell in GT6?
    :banghead:
     
  14. LordJCS

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    You just did. :D


    Lord just struck again...


    Blue ringed octopus on a custom made track I just found.

    176.574 points

    DSC_0374.JPG
     
  15. shaunm80

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    Your just too good... :)
     
  16. Otaliema

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    Ok so maybe not all the chain letters my dad sends me at that bad.
    No most really are. But this one, this one was good.
     
  17. shaunm80

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    Now that is what I call engine sounds..
     
  18. Otaliema

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    And PD thinks it's sounds are good.....
     
  19. LordJCS

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    I can reveal that the German car I've been working on is starting to feel really good when throwing it sideways through the corners.

    The car in question is the Mercedes Benz C63 AMG.

    It's close to rivaling the Blue Ringed Octopus with 162k on the same track.

    A proper mad man's car. Strap on your finest 3piece suit and tear the tires and tarmac to shreds.

    Once I finalize the tune it gets posted here
     
  20. chrisspeed281

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    So you have decided to go only sideways :)
     
  21. Otaliema

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    Proper mad man?
    [​IMG]
    Or
    Funny man?
    [​IMG]
     
  22. LordJCS

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    No, it's just that drifting is more to my liking as of late. I still throw down fast laps when doing regular racing. Just not as much as I used to.

    Oh I think it's obvious which one I'm going for here. :D
     
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    This was a blast to drive! Thank you so much!! :tup:

    I was fooling around on the first try and made some stupid mistakes but came very close to winning. I liked the way the rabbit
    fought me off to win in 0.1 seconds. I decided to try and get the 0.01 seconds trophy (win a race by a margin of 0.01 seconds or less)...it took another 5 tries, (including losing one race by 0.004!), but I finally got the last trophy and the Platinum Trophy!!

    :cheers:
     
  24. Otaliema

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    Indeed, Funny mad man :lol: :tup:

    Grr the green hell defeated me today. I have a good tune, but to be fast enough to win it has to be unstable, touch a curb and you're toast. I make it stable enough to take some hits and the curbs and I loose so much speed I can't catch the rabbit.
    I mean the stable set up give you so much confence you're not afriad to floor it through most turns, it trails breaks brilliantly, it just caps out at 280 and struggles to get above 260, unless you catch a draft then it sails to 315 like it's nothing.
     
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  25. TripleE63

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    Hi Shaun, I apologize if I have messed up the quote, but your IS 350 tune above is quite fun and a guaranteed gold in the beginners level challenge. Even when detuned to 505 PP.:cheers:
     
  26. LordJCS

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    Then this will most certainly anger you further. I took on the Green hell in a GT-R Base model sitting at 573pp and won first try. Not by much but as Mr Toretto said: "Ask any racer,any real racer. It dont matter if you win by an inch or a mile, winning's winning."

    I got kinda lucky in catching the slipstream of a bunch of the opponents which lead to greater speed for me at crucial points on the track.
     
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    Beginners´Level GT300 Raing Car Challenge:
    CUSCO DUNLOP SUBARU IMPREZA ´09 (520PP ) RH tyres

    Inteerrmediate Level Europan Hot Hatch Challenge:
    Ferrari Dino 246 GT ´71 (450PP) CS Tyre

    Expert Level GT500 Racing Car Challenge:
    Honda RAYBRIG HSV-010 `12 /(600PP) RH tyres
     
  28. Pete05

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    Knowing when to draft, overtake or bide your time on the Nordschleife are vital keys to a successful race.
    When the DTM used to race there pre 1993, the smart drivers would wait until the Dottinger Hohe (the 3km long straight) on the last lap & time their run for the sprint to the flag. 3 or 4 wide was commonplace. You certainly didn't want to lead the pack onto that section of the track unless you magically had 100-150 metres up your sleeve.
     
  29. coryclifford

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    And different fields act completely differently than uh... different fields. Your result can be very dependent where your opponents are on track when you encounter them. Fun race though. Honda HSV is wicked there.
     
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    what kind of is it ?? Audi ? ( I gots to know ) pls tell me
     
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