Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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  1. nirakis

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    I made up a tune for the Caterham Seven Fireblade '02 for the Expert race and I only use your suspension and LSD and Brake settings from your Caterham Seven Fireblade '02 (597PP SS) on Comfort Soft tyres, this thing handles so well going around the corners it is like it was on rails on these tyres and I also won, thank you for your settings Shaun that made the car fun to drive :cheers:.
     
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    Hi Shaun. Gold with a couple of your cars in the current seasonals.

    In the Beginners Level
    Abarth 1500 Biposto Bertone B.A.T. 1'52 (350PP..CS)
    Was a lovely drive round that track, not an easy win but very satisfying.

    In the Intermediate
    Honda CR-Z a '10 (400PP..SH)
    An easy win with this.

    Also had a run with your new Isuzu 4200R. This had been gathering dust in my garage for quite some time as it was always far too twitchy at the back end, but now what a difference. It still steps out a little if too early on the gas but get that right and this thing is planted and fast. Great job as always.....just one thing I had to add sports computer to get the figures to match!....but lovely drive
     
  5. shaunm80

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    I will add this tune to the list. Thanks for letting me know.
    I'll get these cars added too.
    Also, thanks for trying out the 4200R. It was a tricky car to get right as it did have a tendency to loose rear grip very easily but I was pleased with the end result, like you say, if you get on the gas too early it will slide but when you learn the braking and acceleration points for this tune, it is really nice to drive. Tuned on Midfield too so should be a good fit for the intermediate race.
     
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    Used this tune for the 1-Series One Make Race...Really fun to drive and won by 1 minute 13 seconds :tup:
     
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    Some very nice finds guys! All cars added to the list. A few surprise cars in there which should make these events fun for all. :)
     
  11. alvaritoteam

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    What does that Reset to default in the gearbox mean?
     
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    There is an option to reset the settings to default in all the tuning options. If you need to alter the transmission for any reason (a change in power parts, adding or removing turbo etc) and you want to redesign the transmission yourself, this resets the transmission to the new power parts and gives maximum rev range according to the parts installed.

    The reason I add it in the posts is so that everyone can setup the transmission error free (hopefully).
     
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    Just a little mistake: The R34 Skyline is a Gold car for the expert race (CS, Spa), althouth I'm sure it get's the job done at Midfield as well. :)
     
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    Which Skyline did you use. I have quite a few of the R34s in my garage in some shape or form. :)
     
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    Very nice handling, outstanding tune Shaun! :cheers::tup::)
     
  16. shaunm80

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    Glad you enjoyed it. I imagine brakes weren't needed for this one. Just let off the accelerator and glide round the bends right?
     
  17. nirakis

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    Winner in Beginners Level race, just add SH tyres for an easier win. And gave me the trophy OLD DOG NEW TRICKS!
     
  18. SenomaR

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    It's this tune @shaunm80
     
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    One of my original tunes from my first garage. Still going strong I see :)
     
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    Well,so I cant collab on the seasonal thing because I dont have a lot of money in GT6 :(
     
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    Enter the easier levels in the seasonals first bro... The Beginner and Intermediate level races. Those should be a bit easier than the Expert Level one.
    That way you can rack up some more credits/money. If you log in with your PSN account you also own 200% of whatever winnings (provided you have 5 consecutive days logging in). You'll soon be a millionaire by doing so.
    To get an edge in the races make sure and check out some of the recommended cars and tunes to race with. Thank me later.
     
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    Pretty good car and tune Shaun. Gold in the Expert level 500PP at the Circuit de Spa.
    Haven't tried it in the others yet but I guess it will get gold in those too. Cheers.
     
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    Absolutely right :)
     
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    Your Shelby GT350R '65 (500PP SS) on Comfort Softs tyres is a handful to drive for the Expert Level Race, the good thing I won but the bad thing is the oversteer and it does not like some corners, I had to reduce the ballast position from 50% to 20% to make it a bit better to drive, this thing it felt like driving a big truck around this track.



    Edit: I just use the same car for the Intermediate Level its a bit better on SH tyres but it is still a handful but the good thing I won the race, and the very good news I got rid of the both of the Shelby GT35R and the GT35 :).
     
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    Hi Shaun. I took your Opera Performance S2000 '04 for a spin and have to say this is a very good car. I don't know why it has been so unloved by others. the car feels very balanced and secure making you want to push harder all the time. It does get better the more you drive it. The brakes are very good,use them early and then get back on the gas quickly....it surprised me just how early you can accelerate through corners. If a little oversteer kicks in its easily rectified by coming off the gas slightly. Gearing seems perfect allowing for fast acceleration out of bends. My only criticism is that the back tyres can smoke a bit when really pushed, but it doesn't seem to affect the handling.... So just enjoy .A fast stable and thoroughly enjoyable car to drive....a little gem...well done sir.
     
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    Very nice to see new tunes coming through. Your garage was already packed, but new ones are always welcome. I'm curious to see what you've done with that Isuzu.
     
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    I use your Lamborghini Countach 25th Anniversary '88 525PP tune for the Expert Level race, this is bloody good tune Sir I really enjoyed this car :cheers:.
     
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    Well done on getting the win in the intermediate race. It would be a tough one for the expert level for sure. This car does not suit CS tyres at all so amazing you got a win.
    It does like to smoke a little but thanks for giving this car a test. Glad that you found the tune to you liking. :)
    The Isuzu is pretty good but I would say that being biased as I am. Looking forward to seeing what you make of the new tunes.
    Thanks very much. Glad you found another hidden gem in my garage. Old School lambo's are pretty cool cars and have amazing handling for there age. :)
     
  30. nirakis

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    Great car and tune even with CS tyres! Win both races Intermediate and Expert Level with rabbits SP1, LFA, Corvette Z06 etc. Thanks again Shaun.