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Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by shaunm80, Jan 26, 2014.
This tune feels very tail happy. What changes should i make to adjust that?
Soften the back end.
Start by reducing the rear damper compression to 1 that generally solves it in race cars. If it's still a bit happy reduce the rear ARB one point at time. If you hit 1 and still a problem start reducing rear springs 0.25 kgfmm at a time or less so as not to upset the balance too much
I find the car makes a strange crackling sound.
Don't worry about that. It just ate too much bacon.
What @Otaliema said is a great suggestion and I couldn't word that any better myself.
FITT Adaptability Challenge
Link to the challenge thread is here.
Tuner Number 3
Car: Mazda efini RX-7 Type R (FD) ‘91
Weight Distribution 50:50
NO Oil Change
Aero Kit Type A
Custom Rear Wing –
Wing Stays – Type E
Wing – Type G
Winglets – Type M
Height - -7
Width - +17
Wheels – Standard Size – PDI P525
Body – Atomic Orange Metallic Tintcoat
Brake Calipers – Light Blue Metallic
Racing Brake Kit
Reset to default
Set Final Gear at 3.500
Set top Speed at 300kmh / 186mph
Final: Gear Set to Track and PP.
Triple Plate Clutch
Carbon Prop Shaft
As required for testing range.
Suggest keeping power limiter high and remove parts to reach target PP.
Weight Reduction Stage 3
Carbon Bonnet (Body Colour)
Window Weight Reduction
Set downforce to 8
No ballast added to tune.
To build transmission, build car at 565PP with the following parts; Engine Tuning Stage 3, Sports Computer, Racing Exhaust, Isometric Exhaust, Catalytic Converter Sports, Intake Tuning, Mid RPM Range Turbo Kit. Finally, reset transmission to default. Once built, set power level as required and only adjust the final gear to reach top speed on the longest straight.
FITT Adaptability Challenge
Reviews and Results
A lot of testers were unable to complete testing for this event so only three reviews for my tune. Some good, some not so good. It is personal preference so give it a go and see what you think.
Final result for my tune was 5th fastest for lap time and 8th for DC.
A little help please what car/tune for international b historic racing car cup
Thanks in advance
Something in the rare and expensive section should do it. I have all the 20 million cars tuned up already.
Selected by low mileage and 4wd, your RS6 Avant CotM tune with PP lowered to 500 and dirt tires added as the only changes, is unreal in the Intermediate challenge! In many spots on the course, you can't tell you're on dirt. My first three laps were 2:07's, simply incredible!
I will add this car to the list in a bit. This isn't one car that I would have thought suits this event so a great find indeed.
The GT40 MkII i think qualitys for the race set as well so if your not able to get one of his 20 mill cars it's only 2.4 mill IIRC
i think i'm not the only one who wait for the F1 starts at Melbourne . Tomorrow the weather should be better than today so we can see the pace from the new Cars
They forecast a shower or two for saturday, but sunday should be sunny for the race .
So it will be a interesting qualifying race but a uneventful race.
I don't have the race live. We only get the highlights on Channel 4 this season. We have a delay of about 7 or so hours from the live race.
One day you have to upgrade so you can see these things live instead of highlights.
We get 10 races live. This isn't one of them unfortunately. One day I will get Sky TV with the dedicated F1 channel. It is supposed to be really good. If not a little expensive.
I love your Elise 111R tune, couldn't quite win SS5 with it, (pesky Rocket!), but have been using it to time trial round the Nurburgring, its brilliant so controllable when it goes, so thanks a lot. Will be checking out some of your other tunes..
The Sebring 12h is now live on a Live Stream at imsa.com
edit : unfortunately Red Flag causing bad Weather conditions
Not the cleanest win but a win in a FF car. I maxed the power, removed the ballast, and tightened the LSD.
CoTM Reviews from @fordlaser777
1:51.678. @shaunm80 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C7) '14 (600PP) at the Grand Valley Speedway on Sports Softs tyres, track set/ Real. Overall this car handles really well and in the corners as well with no issues about this car at all, I can drive this car all day on this track if I have to because it is enjoyable to drive, well done Shaun .
1:47.599 @shaunm80 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C7) '14 (600PP) at the Grand Valley Speedway on Racing Hard tyres, track set/ Real. Overall this thing does not like these tyres very well because in the corners it want to understeer a bit, but it is not a big problem you just lose a bit of time. I even tired going slower in the corners and still it want to understeer, other than a bit of understeer this car is fast, I think I will have these 2 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C7) '14 (600PP) in my garage on Sports Soft tyres
I like the SS version on this track it really hugs the corners .
Hello at all, someone have a setup of NSX-R PROTOTYPE LM RACE CAR max power and pp???
With traction and abs,
What ? Evolution Studios are closed by Sony ? no more Drive Club , why ? http://www.gamesindustry.biz/articles/2016-03-22-sony-confirms-closure-of-evolution-studio
No DC 2 then.. and I would imagine a lot less updates to come. Oh well. I guess I am glad I brought the season pass now as I still have lots of trophies to aim for. I just hope they keep the servers online so we can access online community stuff.
Not a max power tune but a close to as. I have a SS tune which works well on RH tyres. Add a rear wing, set DC to 8-10 and your good to go. It is in my garage. Link can be found on page 1.
send me a link of your setup thanks!!!
its on the first page of the thread. Please look around before asking 95% of the time what you ask for is already there you just need to look for it.