Exeter GT Tuning (Updated with new seasonal setups)

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  1. shaunm80

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    The expert level race is easier than the beginner race...How odd. I have logged my PS3 on via my iPhone. Just getting gold on these events before my months data allocation runs out :)
     
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    The most Fun was to win with my '61 Ferrari 250 GT at Montegi Expert Event :)

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    Mitsubishi FTO GPX '97 (400PP CS) P10 + 293 - FF (fun little car, but need a custom GB for better performance)
    Audi TTS Coupe '09 (500PP SH) P1 +20 - 4WD
    TVR Tamora '02 (500PP SH) P10 +299 - FR

    Is it competititve?
     
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    Comfortable Win :) Just look at the Lap Time
     
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    :tup: Will give it a go... At 450PP will be fun, for sure!

    Missing on the list, its a winner tune. :tup:
     
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    Did someone say Monaro :drool: :bowdown: :tup:
     
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  8. shaunm80

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    Indeed. A 500pp Sports hard, 500pp sports soft and a 550pp sports soft version. The sports soft versions are done but I am not 100% happy with the sports hard version at the moment.
     
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    Awesome work :tup:

    Wouldn't be testing them at Bathurst by any chance?

    I suppose if you do a little badge-engineering, you can take them to the UK tracks as a Vauxhall :D
     
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  10. Badger66

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    A very Easy Gold for the VW Scirocco R '10 on the Nurburgring GP/D... 400pp.. FF.. SH.. Seasonal.. 04.09.14...Best Lap So far....1.53.382

    All Settings as tune...Except power Down to 69.1%...All Power Parts Standard....You Get 400pp...174Bhp and 1,300kg weight.

    Final Gear...4.000

    Personal Settings...

    Brakes F6 R5
    AS...Mild
    TC..1
    ASM..off
    ABS..1
    SRF...off
    CSS..7

    This Awesome Tune and car....will never let you down in any Seasonal it can enter from 400pp to 550pp..it's one of my favorites for these Advents :)

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    Thanks Shaun...:bowdown:

    :gtpflag:
     
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  11. Badger66

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    Very nice time Chris and the Ferrari 250 GT Looks cool....well done mate....:tup:
     
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  12. bull

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    hi , im suprised that your tunes are so fantastic , they give another driving experience , but i have a question , your tunes with SS tires , can i also equip RH ? thanks
     
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  13. shaunm80

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    Theoretically RH tyres should work on ss tyres but you may not get the feedback that ss tyres give you. If you find that a tune you like doesn't work that well on RH tyres, let me know which tune it is.
     
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    The first course of action i take when swithcing tires on a particular tune, in this case SH instead of SS, is to tinker with the LSD setting to get more of a feel for what the car is doing.

    As we all know harder tires don't have as much grip as the softer compound. More prone to loose grip both in accel and lateral grip. Accel part is easily handled by tweaking the LSD. Lateral grip loss is a whole other matter. I tend to loosen up the supension a bit in order to use the car's weight to force the harder tires to grip.

    Basically it all comes down to trial and error.

    Hope that clears out any questionmarks that may have been present..
     
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    I agree 100%. Could not say it better :tup:
     
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    @Pete05 - Make that 2 Holdens :) Just tuned up the SS version as well. I thought you'd appreciate that.

    To everyone else... 20 tunes created and counting.. A lot of new toys heading your way.
     
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    Holden Monaro CV8 ‘04

    500PP
    382 BHP
    1375kgs
    Weight Distribution 53:47

    Sports Soft Tyres

    NO Oil Change

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    100/110
    9.00/7.75
    5/6
    4/7
    3/4
    0.0/0.0
    -0.08/0.10

    Racing Brake Kit
    7/8

    FC Transmission
    Set final gear to 4.500
    Set max speed to 112mph
    1st 2.684
    2nd 2.087
    3rd 1.673
    4th 1.374
    5th 1.166
    6th 1.029
    Set final gear to 2.680

    FC LSD
    10/12/16
    Triple Plate Clutch

    Set power limiter to 97.7%
    Sports Exhaust
    Supercharger


    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Ballast – Set 33kgs to position 50

    Tuned with TCS 1 and ABS 1 only.

    No picture as yet. I have jotted down all the tunes created into a word document and are making sure that they copy across in the same format. A few glitches in Word-GTPlanet but nothing a few back space buttons won't fix :) This tune is for starters. Im afraid you will have to wait till have I have full internet available before I upload them all. :) Enjoy this one though.

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  18. shaunm80

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    Holden Monaro CV8 ‘04

    550PP
    536 BHP
    1375kgs
    Weight Distribution 53:47

    Sports Soft Tyres

    NO Oil Change

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    105/110
    10.75/9.75
    6/5
    5/6
    2/4
    1.0/1.8
    -0.06/0.10

    Racing Brake Kit
    7/8

    FC Transmission
    Set final gear to 4.500
    Set max speed to 112mph
    1st 2.806
    2nd 2.200
    3rd 1.749
    4th 1.448
    5th 1.207
    6th 1.029
    Set final gear to 2.600

    FC LSD
    12/14/18
    Triple Plate Clutch

    Set power limiter to 93.6%
    Engine Tuning Stage 3
    Sports Exhaust
    Supercharger


    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Ballast – Set 33kgs to position 50

    Tuned with TCS 1 and ABS 1 only.

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    If you need anything or any help regarding post/edit tunes, and if Badger, chris or Lord aren´t avaliable, please let me know, at least during your internet hiatus ... ;)

    Back to OP for more seasonal tunes builds... :D

    :cheers:
     
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  20. bull

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    actually , its 2 , mclaren f1 94 and ford gt 05 , gonna try it and let you know , thanks
     
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    |500PP|SS|ABS 0: 1/2|


    Expert Level Front Engine Rear Wheel Drives: Non-Race Car Challenge

    • Twin Ring Motegi East Course, 5 Laps
    • Period of Availability: 09/03/2014 23:00 – 09/17/2014 23:00
    • 500PP Max, Sports/Soft compounds or less
    Winner!

    Excellent tune; suspensions and all, amazing stability! :) :tup:
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    P.S.: It looks like, the street (edited) cars can use racing brakes with ABS 0, now. You, PD... :sly: :tup:
     
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    Thank you. I have been a busy bee. Glad you like the tune. If only I could get the sports hard version of this car to be the same I'd be a happy bee :)
     
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    You're welcome! I know you will do it, Sahun. :tup: ;)
     
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    |550PP|SS|ABS 0: 2/2|

    |IB|Supercar Festival: Race 2 (Monza)|Winner!| :tup:
     
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  26. bull

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    well , trying the ford 05 upon RH ,the car wants to brake out behind , easy to control , maybe a minor change in suspension , speed and handeling is very good for a car from about 100.000 credits , you expect less ,if you know what to change , youre the man thanks
     
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    Sir, need to know how to set the suspension/ LSD in Scirocco R '10 sport hard tires 290Hp 1175kg in Suzuka lapping 2:20.2xx. with no aids at all. Hope u can help. TQ v much
     
  28. Badger66

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    Wicked Shaun....Nice one.....Looking forward to seeing what you have done......:cheers:
     
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    That's Cool i didn't know you could do that....Good for you mate....:tup:
     
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  30. Pete05

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    Oh I'm going to really enjoy these Holdens when I get the chance, especially this beast :bowdown: :tup: :cheers:
    I agree with you both of you.
    I'm not a tuner myself, but having watched Motorsport for over 25 years, I've learnt that the usual method for adjusting to less grip conditions on a wet track, is to soften it up. If that's just backing of on the anti-roll bars or going further and changing springs & shocks so it makes sense to adopt this method for a tyre with less grip. Great advice guys :tup: :)


    I like, I like a lot :D
    The 4-door SS has never handled as well as the Monaro,in my opinion, and yet in the real world, you'd be very switched on if you could tell the difference without looking in the rear view mirror.
    PD trickery maybe :odd:

    Finally, I hope you're settling in to married life in the new abode, finding places for everything, haven't discovered anything has vanished and look forward to the results of your hard work with these new toys when you're back on the planet instead of in orbit :p
     
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