Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. chrisspeed281

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    Ok,the new seasonals are done. I have used the Ferrari FXX for the 600PP event at Ascari, did not find it in your Garage @shaunm80 . For the 500PP race car event i have used the Opera S2000 '04 to keep up with fordlaser and the Tuner Car Drift event i have won with the AEM S2000 . maybe tomorrow i will try some drift creations from @LordJCS . I'm at the top of the friendlist at 3 Events so far , not so bad for the first day :)
     
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  2. shaunm80

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    Was it this tune that you used for the S2000?

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  3. chrisspeed281

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    Yes , this car seems to be the fastes for Laguna seca, if you want gold, you should try it
     
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  4. fordlaser

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    Hey @chrisspeed281 I like the Opera Performance S2000 '04 and a good time btw :cheers:, I was going to use the TS030 Hybrid but to get it down to 500PP you need to drive it over 10,000 km and I am not going to do that.
     
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  5. chrisspeed281

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    Why , it's only 40+ hours around Route X :lol:
     
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  6. fordlaser

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    I have got a life you know Chris :tup:.
     
  7. nataliereed84

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    I was wondering if one could do a user-created track that's just, like, a reaaaaalllly long oval, and just tape down the joystick or prop the wheel at the right angle. Go out for the weekend, come back and look at the dilapidated mess you've made of your engine. But knowing GT, this would probably just be an efficient way of destroying playstations.

    EDIT: Elise 111R Racecar seems to be my gold car, but it's not a @shaunm80 tune, I don't think. Probably @GhostRider65 . Though the Lancia Delta HF rally car was a lot of fun and came surprisingly close. Could probably take it with a better driver behind the wheel. I don't have the Opera S2000 and not keen on getting it. I already have more than enough S2000s in my garage... the Honda '06 one that was a prize car, the AEM, the Amuse GTI Turbo and I think a Spoon one too.
     
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  8. chrisspeed281

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  9. nataliereed84

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    Ohhhh. I'll need to try that. I love that car so much. I've got it at 600 right now, though, cos I like using it for Historic Racing Cup.
     
  10. shaunm80

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    Definitely a great car at 500PP!! Gold achieved easily with this one. Thanks for the find Chris!
     
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  11. TripleE63

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    Hi Shaun,

    For the Tuned Car Drift Trial I used
    Still working on the 1987 or earlier drift trial with the Yellow bird by LordJCS.
    Cheers :cheers:
     
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  12. shaunm80

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    Added to the list.

    Now, has anyone got a tune from my garage that is good enough for the 600PP SH Ascari TT? I have been trying to use the SuperVeloce but my driving skill is lacking for this event right now.
     
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  13. pretend racer

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    Yep; 2:12.733

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    I did this TT a while ago, I forgot to take a pic of the finish order so you guys get that one one instead.

    I figured this would be the go to car for this event from your garage... I'm sure there's others, I'll let you know :cheers:

    Btw, that was the 600pp Murcielago lp 670-4 superveloce '09 SH tune.




    Edit:

    Well it turns out that I was able to get gold with every eligible car in your garage except for the 599 Ferrari - it was the most fun car to drive though!

    First, Alfa Romeo tz3 Stradale 600PP SS tune. 2:14.820

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    2. Ferrari Enzo, this one slides around a bit, took a few retries. 2:13.994

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    3. Ferrari 458 2:13.411
    Easiest car to drive! 1 lap no retries, stable and the car I recommend for this event!!
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    4. Pagani Zonda c12S 7.3 '02. 2:14.775
    Took me 1 lap, shift early, easy on the throttle.
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    5. Lamborghini Revton 2:13.293
    I bought it new, had to adjust power to 96.9% to get it to 600pp. After the oil change it was 602pp with the power % you had stated.
    This has a long gearbox which took a bit to get used to shifting in different spots. If you don't want to shift as much this car is also recommended for this event
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    6. Ferrari 430, 2:14.673
    Almost as good as the 458, but not quite.
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    7. Ferrari SP1. 2:14.782 Took a few redo's.
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    Thanks again for the awesome tunes @shaunm80
    I always enjoy driving them!
    I changed the tires to sport hards to meet the requirements of the event but that was the only change to your tunes.

    My Recommended car for this event is the 458!
    Or the Lamborghini Revton if don't want to shift as much.
     
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  14. chrisspeed281

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    Today i have tried the Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo (594PP CH) from @LordJCS as promised for the Tuner car drift event and i was able to improve my points by 700. This give me a comfortable lead at the friendlist :)

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  15. fordlaser

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    Nice points chris, the only Drift I can do is in the career mode.
     
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  16. Gcturbo

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    Would you happen to have a Art Morrison Corvette drift tune?
     
  17. LordJCS

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    Nice...

    My choice of car would've been the Pozzi Motorsports Camaro as i find it to be more willing to throw out the rearend.

    But that's me..

    Nice to see that my tunes still get some attention. Thanks for the update.
     
  18. Gcturbo

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    If you have a drift tune for Pozzi CAMARO, may I have a link?
     
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    Never mind just found it. Let's give it a try. Thanks for the tunes
     
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  20. shaunm80

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    All added to the list. Thank you for trying them all out. I know which car I will use now to try and get gold. My favourite car in the whole game. The 458. :)
    Well done chris. I was happy with gold and not far behind you but you have just pulled away quite significantly! @LordJCS drift tunes are better than my own once you know how to drift properly. Mine are basic drift tunes to get a gold score and thats pretty much it :)
    LordJCS has his own section as he had a niche in my garage for amazing drift machines. Glad you found them all. :)
     
  21. Gcturbo

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    Shaunm80. As you can see I've been following your sight. Nice work, thanks.
     
  22. pretend racer

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    I think you may have forgotten to add the lambo superveloce to the list. :cheers: :gtpflag:


    I'm not sure what it is about that 458 but it does not seem bothered by the sh tires. You don't have to be as reserved with the throttle and up shifts as you do in other cars because it can put that power to the road without getting loose.
    That car is on another level!
     
  23. chrisspeed281

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    No matter how fast i drive at Laguna Seca, i'm always behind @fordlaser777 :confused: , btw, very good time, mate :tup:

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  24. fordlaser

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    Thanks :cheers:, tomorrow I will try the other TT :tup:.
     
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  26. TripleE63

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    I used @LordJCS 's GT1 Turbo drift tune to better my score in the Tuned Car Drift Trial as @chrisspeed281 did. Then I tried LordJCS's Pozzi Motorsports Camaro RS (578PP CH) and increased by a few hundred more points. Finally, I have gone back to your Red Devil tune Shaun, and I am now 101 points from @chrisspeed281. :D
     
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  27. LordJCS

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    Shaun. I found this tune that i posted a while back. It has for some reason not been posted in "my corner" on your first page.

    Tune is located on page 422


    I also noticed that the Yellowbird isn't linked to my corner either.

    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...seasonal-setups.300860/page-485#post-11467151


     
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  28. shaunm80

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    FITT Heart and Seoul Challenge

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    Car used :- Hyundai Genesis Coupe 3.8 Track ‘13

    510PP
    424 BHP
    Weight 1270kgs
    Weight Distribution 55:45

    Car paint colour scheme
    Car Body – Circuit Blue Pearl
    Brake Calipers – GT METALLIC 007-W

    Sports Medium Tyres

    NO Oil Change
    Standard Size Rims – RAYS 57Ultimate (Blue)

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    112/114
    7.25/8.10
    5/4
    4/6
    2/4
    0.0/0.0
    -0.04/0.06

    Racing Brake Kit
    6/5

    FC Transmission
    (Reset to default)
    Set final gear to 5.000
    Set max speed to 149mph
    1st 2.800
    2nd 2.005
    3rd 1.530
    4th 1.230
    5th 1.024
    6th 0.892
    Set final gear to 4.250

    FC LSD
    12/14/10
    Triple Plate Clutch Kit
    Carbon Propeller Shaft


    Set power limiter to 98.1%
    Engine Tuning Stage 1
    Sports Computer
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold


    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Carbon Bonnet (Body Colour)

    Ballast – Set 14kgs to Position 50

    Tuned with ABS 1 only.

    Tuned for Autumn Ring Reverse. Designed to be consistent and easy to drive. Hopefully you will find that this tune fits my normal tuning style and fingers crossed you enjoy it. Good luck to all the testers involved.

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  30. shaunm80

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    Reviews and Result

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    Official Reviews
    shaunm80
    Lap Time – 1.24.890
    DC – 3rd
    Comments – Tuned to be consistent and easy to drive. This is what it felt like when testing and I still enjoyed the challenge of it. It gave me the confidence to push but also to save it should I push too much. A lot of grip, a little loose on the rear but planted enough that I could pick my lines coming out of the corner to get best traction. Brakes were good, transmission worked well to minimise wheel spin and front rotation was also good. Not much to set this tune apart from some of those around it apart from the consistency from lap to lap and the neutral handling that enabled me to drive off the racing line with confidence. I look forward to seeing what other testers make of my own tune.

    Pretend Racer
    Rank #1
    1:22.671 lap 9
    no understeer well balanced goes where its pointed. Lsd is perfect, tranny works great - best gearing through esses. Brakes are great. Didn't use 6th gear...

    Video included for this review.



    Odefinn
    Lap Time: DC: 1:23.817 - #8th
    Impressions of Tune:
    Something weird on balance, front feels really heavy and rear light.
    Tendency to understeer until rear breaks traction and then starts oversteer.
    Brakes are braking front grip what leads also entry stage understeer.
    Feels like something is limiting suspension free movements and causing lot of mentioned things.
    (This car had 3 extra lap, coz it was my wake-up car, half second improvement from first run)

    RMan72
    Lap Time: 1:22.830 Grey
    DC Position: 6th
    Impressions and feedback: Car has slight understeer, but it can also oversteer if pushed hard through the fast corners. She's easy to get into a rhythm with and will produce consistent low 1:23's but when you start to push hard the understeer and oversteer kill lap times.

    Unofficial Reviews
    Chrisspeed281
    I have tried this tune at Autumn Ring Reverse out of competition. This car likes to go into a curve, no over or understeering was shown, easy to drive and better than expected. got a 1:25,3.. after a few laps , pretty sure a 1:23 or 1:22 is possible. You have done a good job with this tune , i really like it :tup:

    Lionheart2113
    This is a good tune and very consistent. Ran 5 laps and 2 lap times were exactly the same.. 1:22.7xx.:tup:

    Result
     
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