Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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

  1. shaunm80

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    I got the hang of it in the end. It seemed to take an eternity before the lights went out.
     
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  2. LordJCS

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    The light

    The lights take an eternity to go out...


    A shame we didn't get to take the firebreathing racecars out for a spin though.. We'll do that the next time i guess..
     
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  3. chrisspeed281

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    You was fast in all Races and forget Nürburg because a Ferrari without Aids is not to handle for you and me. The Audi with 4WD was much easier to handle :)
     
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  4. shaunm80

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    What did you guys think of the Mini Cooper we used in the last race? :)
     
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  5. chrisspeed281

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    Very nice Handling. Perfect Tune :tup:
     
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  6. LordJCS

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    It's a pure joy to drive..
     
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  7. Badger66

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    You're right I sure did pick the wrong car with no aids on...lol...it was so funny trying to keep it on the track....next time i will be in the R8 too:)

    They really do take a long time...but in the end i got the hang of it too....all i did was hold down accelerator and brake at the same time...and wait until start comes up then release brake...it seemed to work that way:)

    Yes next time the other FITT car and both Corvette tunes.......and then the Race cars....i would like to try Shaun's mini again though...but need to look at my Controller and brake settings for it as i wasn't turning properly:tup:

    So thanks for some Wicked racing i really did enjoy it:cheers:
     
  8. LordJCS

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    I'm glad you enjoyed it..
     
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  9. Badger66

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    The tune is very nice Shaun...but i need to have a practice with it...that was the first time i have driven it:cheers:
     
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  10. LordJCS

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    Shaun... Ihave a challenge for you..

    Thr Lexus ISF CCS-R needs a 500pp tune. Think you're up to the task?
     
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  11. tbone_2004

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    Worked like a charm! Highly recommend this tune!
     
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  12. shaunm80

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    On what tyres? Im sure I can do something.
     
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  13. shaunm80

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    Glad this tune helped. It is a really nice drift tune, very easy to control. :)
     
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  14. LordJCS

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    I was thinking SH might be good.. Or SS.. As long as it's tires in the sports range..
     
  15. shaunm80

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    Are you and DolHaus related? He likes making challenges for me too. Ill give it a go.
     
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  16. LordJCS

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    Not to my knowledge, no...
     
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  17. shaunm80

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    I was joking. Don't worry. I will have a go with this tune on SH tyres this week. :)
     
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  18. LordJCS

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    I figured as much..

    I'm not a complete :dunce:.... Or am i?!

    Hell if i know....Hell if i know.
     
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  19. LordJCS

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    Here's a baseline to work with..

    No oil change.

    Lexus ISF CCS-R '11

    500pp
    347hp
    1218kg
    53/47

    Sports soft tires.

    Inch up 2 wheels

    FC susp.

    Rideheight: 80 90
    Springrate;: 21,45 19,10
    Damper C: 6 5
    Damper E: 5 6
    AR bars: 1 3
    Camber: 0,0 0,0
    Toe: -0,08 0,04

    Brake ballance: 7 6

    FC Trans: Set final gear to 5000
    Set top speed to 200km/h- 125mph

    1st 2663
    2nd 2103
    3rd 1729
    4th 1461
    5th 1236
    6th 1066
    7th 0935

    Final gear: 2840


    FC LSD

    Initial torque: 5

    Accel: 6

    Brake:5


    Downforce: stock @150 rear.

    Weight reduction: stage 3

    Power limiter 77,9

    All power parts stock.



    Tuned with all aids off except ABS which is set to 1.


    It runs pretty good at Mt Panorama.


    If you make any improvements let me know.
     
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  20. GRAN007

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    thank you ok
     
  21. chrisspeed281

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    I have bad memories at the Nordschleife super lap with this car. Was horrible to drive. Saled it
     
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  22. LordJCS

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    I did a 9:17 and never looked back...

    Gold time was 9:20

    It's a shame really.. It's a good car.. in the right hands..
     
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  23. Badger66

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    Last night we used this Mini and the tune was locked....but can we change the brake setting on this when it is locked...cheers
     
  24. Badger66

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    Ok Guys i've been practicing with your FITT mini on Brands Hatch Shaun ...so I turned off active steering...active stability management and skid recovery force and I got a time of 1.43.893 is that any good compared to what you got last night I can't remember:cheers:

    By the way Shaun it is a lovely tune:bowdown:


    Edit...1.43.056
     
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  25. Pete05

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    Hey Badger,
    Do you use MT or AT? I can't remember what times I was doing when this was created for the FITT challenge but I do remember it needed to be gear-changed at 6,000rpm to get the best out of her.
    Great handling car though.
     
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  26. Badger66

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    Auto transmission mate and set to what Shaun set it too which is 3.700....for the final gear
    I find it hard enough with taking off the all the aids which i'm starting to get use too with this car at least...lol i really cant be bothered to use manaul gear shift...even though it would probably make me a better driver and get faster lap times....but i'm to old to change...lol
    I normally drive with all the aids on...but after last night with the big boys i just couldn't keep up with the aids on....so i decided today to practice without them and manage to get about 10 secs off my lap time on Brands.... cheers Pete:cheers:

    By the way yes it does handle very well :tup:
     
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  27. Pete05

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    The best thing PD could do for Auto drivers in GT7, is allowing you to set the upchange point for the gearbox. Some cars have no interest in revving all the way to the redline.
    It would be a simple thing to add to the settings menu & make your experience a whole lot more enjoyable.
    AT should work like in the real world at least.
    I'm glad to hear you're working on driving without what I call the 'fun police'. The fact you've found 10 seconds in a 100 second laptime is reason enough to keep going.
    My advice: pick you're favorite track and a car with low PP and circulate.
    When you're comfortable, gradually work your way up the PP ranking.

    Good luck mate :cheers:
     
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    That would be a good idea Pete..on the gearbox for GT7 And to make even more real have a kick down with the AT...that would be fun....we should all do a vote for it on the forum you never know if there's enough people involved they might look into it... :tup:

    And thanks for the advice on driving with no aids...the fun Police..thats funny:) its just like starting all over again and finding the right balance....i will give that a try...but on some tracks and seasonals i think i still might have to use a couple of aids...thanks Pete:cheers:

    By the way do you use any of the aids?
     
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    Chris if you dont mind me asking what aids did you have on last night with the mini was it just TC 1 and Abs 1 and what controller setting....thanks mate.:cheers:
     
  30. Pete05

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    The only aid I use is ABS1. I use a DS3 & I can control the throttle with no drama but trying to get fine brake control is almost impossible so a little help is what I need. Other than that, it's all in the thumbs :tup::tup: :D
     
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