Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. svenhjs666

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    another addition for Brands Hatch gold race:

    BMW Z4 '03

    surprised in a positive way,close to my best time i've ever had in this seasonal.
     
  2. shaunm80

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    No worries. Glad you liked this tune. This is one of the best 600PP cars for this PP range. Not many cars come close to beating it in handling or speed.
    What @hall90 said below for this event.
    You are much faster than me and have more skill to get round this track. Great time.
    Added to the list. Thank you. :)
     
  3. Soren Jacquet

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    Well done :cheers:, its a shame I have rested the No. 42 for this event.
     
  5. Soren Jacquet

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    I have always hate those stock car´s
     
  6. chrisspeed281

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    Wow, so i have to do it again but i will wait for my wheel , it should arrive tomorrow. i'm curious how long it takes to get the feeling for a wheel. i have 35 years experience with a real car wheel but i'm a rookie with a game wheel :)
     
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  7. Soren Jacquet

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    rember you can adjust the rotations on the wheel in Gt6 just push MoDE button and the left direction button same time
     
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    When I got my first wheel, it did not take me to long to get use to it, may be a few days and you can do left foot braking as well which is faster I think :cheers:.
     
  9. Soren Jacquet

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    left foot braking is good because you can have a 10-15% brakeing and give throttle same time the you do another kind of traction control . but it´s need practis to do that , but it´good
     
  10. chrisspeed281

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    with rotation is the best ? maximum is 1080 degrees
     
  11. Pete05

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    If you want it to be realistic & just like your road car, go the 1080.
     
  12. Soren Jacquet

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    I like 1080 degrees but i use 360 degrees
    In PC i use 1080
    DC I use 360 and the ame in GT6
     
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  13. chrisspeed281

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    does a car not act like a kart with 360° ?
     
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  14. Pete05

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    360! Now we know Soren drives a go-kart :lol: :p
    1080 would be my preferred option but some of the modern road cars have as little as 720 - 900 degrees lock to lock.
     
  15. Soren Jacquet

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    forgot o mention I use 360 only on race cars normal cars 1080 hehehe.
     
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    My G29 is 900 degrees.
     
  17. chrisspeed281

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    anyway, i guess i need to play around with the setting to find out what's best for me :)
     
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  18. Pete05

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    My 2005 Holden Commodore, almost identical to the Commodore in the game, has roughly 900 degrees lock to lock. It's not nervous to drive at all but is still pretty direct in its steering response.
    Even taking a 90 degree corner such as turning into a side street, I would use nowhere near half a turn of lock. More like 120 - 130.
     
  19. coryclifford

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    Hand speed with the wheel is the hard part.
     
  20. chrisspeed281

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    Got my T150 today, simple mounting for the moment and i think it takes a lot of practice till i'm faster than by DS4 :)

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  21. Otaliema

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    Are you sure you put a front kit on that car cause the nose is lifting quite a lot :tup: :lol:

    @Soren Jacquet so can we twist your very fast arms into some RUF RGT testing? only 11 cars at Suzuka 2014 track :tup:
     
  22. shaunm80

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    It has a jumping suspension kit like you find in low rider cars. Specially designed for those hidden speed humps around Deep Forest Reverse. :)
     
  23. svenhjs666

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    again great job.

    at my favourite track i've got what i was aiming for.
    Spa:best time 2.14"846 (was aiming for a 2'15"... time)
    could have little bit faster,last chicane wasn't perfect on entry and exit.:banghead:
     
  24. fordlaser

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    I don't think you will not take to long to get better times in DC, and Chris put something under the base of your peddles so it will not slide.
     
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  25. coryclifford

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    That looks WAY too low Chris. You must be hunched over driving?

    Unless of course, you're a child or someone of really short stature. :D
     
  26. chrisspeed281

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    yes, it's low but it's only temporarily and a wheelstand is on the way :)
     
  27. Soren Jacquet

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    don´t break my arms hehehehe ...
     
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  28. LordJCS

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    Nice..Not only a speedy delivery but also a speedy setup process..


    On a second note. Nice to see someone still rockin with the "fatty" ps3.
     
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  29. chrisspeed281

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    my heart want this one

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    but my purse say this :lol:

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  30. shaunm80

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