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Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by shaunm80, Jan 26, 2014.
We do, we have a co-op for a power company so costs are only high enough to cover expenses
In Adelaide we pay a lot more for power than all of the other states in Australia which is stupid, that is why people are leaving South Australia.
Is it a demand issue? Or a monopoly? Infrastructure maintenance costs?
If there is no good reason write to parliament they can bring the hammer down on them.
Around here the for profit companies have to get state approval and on occasion voter approval to raise rates.
Our state government over here are useless, for years People complain but the government does not seem to listen, all they talk about is a lot of rubbish.
I'm only putting 2.5k of them outside....(we had 800 already)
Some people on our street put that on one tree
We did get two standing lamps that will flank our front center garden. I need to repair a 3.5 foot lighted santa we have and install the 2.5 foot snowflake. Than trim the house wrap the tree and figure out how to trace the walk way....
I see this and i think of you...
Na that's not me
That's ten houses up the street
I use your Peugeot Vision Gran Turismo (699PP RH) for the Expert race, I only change the final gear to 2.470 to suit the track, thank you .
A Spec Seasonal Races (Updated 17/11/16)
Hello again folks! I know for certain that there will be a lot of cars that can win the latest batch of seasonal races PD have kindly given us. Lets see how many we can add to this list from this garage. Good hunting people!
Beginner Level Non-Racing Car Challenge (500PP SH)
Alfa Romeo Guilia Sprint GTA 1600 ‘65 (400PP SH)
Audi TT Coupe 3.2 Quattro '07 (450PP SH)
BMW M3 CSL '03 (500PP SH)
Chrysler Prowler '02 (450PP SH)
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Coupe Dynamic '13 (Seasonal Setup)
Spoon CR-Z (400PP CS)
Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon STi (Type-I) '00
Toyota Prius '09 (380PP SH)
Volvo C30 R-Design '09 (Unused FITT Entry) (470PP SH)
Intermediate Level Non-Racing Car Challenge (600PP SS)
BMW M3 Coupe '07 (500PP SS)
Ferrari 458 Italia '09 (600PP SS)
Ford GT ‘06 (550PP SS)
Honda HSC '03 (540PP SS) - Can win at 490PP as well.
Jaguar XJ220 ‘92 (600PP SS)
Mercedes C63 AMG '08 (Tuned for CoTM)
Nissan GT-R '07 (550PP SS)
Expert Level Racing Car Challenge (700PP RH)
Mazda LM55 Vision Gran Turismo (710PP RH)
Peugeot Vision Gran Turismo (699PP RH)
Also, I have not abandoned you all just yet. I have a couple of new tunes that are completed, loads more still to work on. When time allows, I am working on new material for you all. Only problem is uni work has piled up in the last 2 weeks and it is getting rather stressful at times. New tunes to come soon though people.
High of 85F yesterday to a low of 18F tonight. I hate my state at this time of year.
Edit: Low went to 15F so 70 degree temp swing in 36 hours....ooohh my knees. (Sport injuries)
I had some time to try the new seasonals out so I took the 400pp sh Alfa Guila Sprint GTA 1600 '65 and managed gold at the beginner event.
Next I gave the 380pp sh Toyota Prius G '09 a go. Btw, in your tuning instructions you say Don't do an oil change, but I had to in order to get it to 380pp...
For the intermediate event I tried to use the 450pp ss Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta '61. I finished in second place, 10 seconds behind the leader!
Then I jumped into the 500pp ss BMW M3 Coupe Chrome Line. It was entertaining race, trying to stay out of the way of the huyra who kept trying to take me out. I managed to thread the needle through the last chicane as the hurya passed me on the outside in the first corner, then I cut back and passed him on the inside in the second corner and drove it home for gold!
Pretend Racer, you are a tough act to follow, but here goes...
For the beginner's seasonal I used the Audi TT Coupe 3.2 Quattro '07 (450PPSH). Nice tune, a little too much for this event.
For the Intermediate challenge I used the
Jaguar XJ220 ‘92 (600PP SS). I was surprised to see another XJ220 in the field. This is a good tune and a pretty good match for this event. Next I tried the Nissan GT-R '07 (550PP SS). This is a more challenging tune for this event. As Pretend Racer mentioned, the AI were a little aggressive after you pass 1st and 2nd place.
In the Expert event, I gave up on the 787B after several tries and used the Mazda VGT for gold. Both your tune and Otaliema's are good for gold .
Thank you guys. Your feedback is much appreciated. Good work going with lower PP cars to find the fun and interesting wins.
I won the first with Ferrari 365 GTB and the second with Ferrari 458
Tomorrow I'attempt the third.......
Is the Ferrari 365 tune a praiano tune by any chance? I don't have that car tuned in my garage. I am using a 550PP SS tune from Praiano on this car. After a change in parts, lightening the car to weight reduction stage 3 and redesigning the transmission, his SS tune works perfectly on SH tyres with his LSD and suspension settings unchanged.
Looking forward to seeing what you find for the third seasonal race.
I use your Ford GT ‘06 (550PP SS) for the Intermediate Level Non-Racing Car Challenge (600PP SS), I really enjoyed driving this car Shaun , you have done very well with the setup of this car up and it handles so well using my G29 wheel, thank you Sir for an outstanding car .
Hi. A couple of your tunes that are good for gold in
BEGINNER LEVEL NON-RACING CAR CHALLENGE (500PP SH)
Volvo C30 R Design '09 (470PP SH)
Chrysler Prowler '02 (450 PP SH)
Spoon CRZ (400PP CS)
All good tunes with no alterations
yep,recovery went very well.
only i don't like the repeated events anymore,it gets boring.
Many thanks @shaunm80 & @Otaliema for this Honda HSC '03 (540PP SS) tune and I made it into a 490PP tune, I used all your setting but I did not add any power parts to the car and I use my own transmission for the A-spec Intermediate Level Non-Race Car Challenge: Nürburgring GP/F .
Must congratulate everyone involved in this thread,but especially @shaunm80 for his dedication.
over 500 pages already,not seen that often before.
did some races during the weekend.
Beginner level Brands Hatch winning cars:
Subaru Impreza Sport Wagon STi (Type-I) '00
Land Rover Range Rover Evoque Coupe Dynamic '13 (Seasonal Setup) (just add sport hard tyres)
Mercedes C63 AMG '08 (Tuned for CoTM) easy to cath up with the leading rabbits but hard to pull away
raced more races,but already mentioned the winning cars over and over again at previous seasonals.
Thanks for all the cool finds people! I have a lot of new tunes to add to the list. Once I have completed my annoyingly annoying reflective essay for uni I shall sort all these out. Keep up the great work!
All cars now added to the list. This weeks seasonal events have produced a bag of all sorts that can win these races. It is good to have variety for once. Well done PD! keep up the great work.
Thanks @shaunm80 I also use your BMW M3 GTR '03 (500PP SH) on SS tyres, the handling of the car is very good for the Intermediate Level Non-Racing Car Challenge (600PP SS), you have done very well on this tune .
A Spec Time Trial and Drift Events (Updated 1/12/16)
Seems like a repeat of previous events but this appears to be the norm now. Let me know what you find from this garage and I shall add it to the list below. Thanks as always.
4WD Non-Racing Car and Tuned Car Super Lap (600PP SH)
Audi RS 6 Avant '08 (600PP SS) (CoTM Version)
Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce '09 (600PP SH)
Lamborghini Murcielago LP 670-4 SuperVeloce '09 (600PP SS)
TommyKaira ZZII '00 (600PP SS) - Add SH Tyres
Racing Car Super Lap (600PP RH)
Jaguar XJ220 LM Race Car (590PP RH)
Mazda RX-7 LM Race Car (600PP RH)
Nissan Zytek Z11SN Greaves Motorsport '13 (607PP RH) - Reduce PP to meet regs
Volkswagen GTI Roadster Vision Gran Turismo (608PP RH)
Non-Racing Car Drift Trial
BMW Z4 M Coupe '08 (Drift Seasonal Setup)
Ferrari 599 '06 (Drift Setup)
Jaguar XK-RS '11(598 CH)
GT300 Racing Car Drift Trial
Nissan C-West RAZO Silvia '01 (Drift Setup)
Subaru BRZ GT300 Base Model '12 (Drift Setup)
Hey Shaunm80. I just did a 1:16.998 lap time in the 4WD non race car/tuned car seasonal using the Tommykaira ZZII '00 with your tune. Just tweaked the brakes to 6/4, Final Gear to 3.310,
And Torque Distribution Differential Centre to 30/70. Thank you, it's a great tune, Merry Christmas
I'm certain that this will put a smile on your face, @shaunm80 .
It did. I was very surprised by this but I am hoping that JB gets a chance to show what he really can do in a great car next year. At least Nico can keep practising his "parking skills" around the streets of Monaco without affecting the outcome of qualifying anymore.
That is a very good time indeed. This car is definitely one to use at this PP range on SH tyres. Very stable and easy to drive.