FITT Hot Version Drivetrain Challenge - Congratulations to Lionheart2113 & ImToLegitToQuit

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by DolHaus, Aug 6, 2014.

  1. Bowtie-muscle

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    Absolutely, just stay within the PP limit, 420 for all the Classics but the Racers each have different PP and the Integra gets different tires. Only limitation is NO OIL CHANGE, for the testers, all other parts are fair game, however, the Classics are also limited by trans and clutch. It's all in the OP, PLEASE read it all carefully. :)
     
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  2. randyrockstiff

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    thank you
     
  3. ImToLegitToQuit

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    Goodluck man, glad to see you decided to join this circus.
     
  4. CyKosis1973

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    The Evo will look after you, trust me, you may get into all sorts of trouble with the RWD (which I'm quietly counting on), but the Evo will see you all the way round and back again with minimal amounts of lawn mowing..!! :sly:
    Another Evo enters the fray, most excellent. Let's stick it to the neutered RWD boys :mischievous:

    {Cy}
     
  5. nijalninja

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    Can I join this? if so I will be modding the Toyota AE 86 and should have it finished rather soon.
     
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  6. macdog54

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    When you get the computer sorted would you be able to add your BHP, Weight and front/rear weight distribution please, just to make sure everything adds up. Thanks
     
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  7. Tom Knight

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    Hey guys, does it matter if I don't get to test all the cars? My time is rather limited and so are my credits at the moment, having only just got into GT6... I am happy to do as much as I can and give feedback, or if you feel that I don't meet the requirements as a tester, feel free to take me off the list and hopefully I'll be more sorted next time! Cheers!
     
  8. Bowtie-muscle

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    More and more AE 86's joining the fray, that should help balance the field as the MR2 had it on lock down, Civics have started to add up too. Just be sure to read the OP and tuning restrictions, and submit your tune by the 25th. Remember, one car, one tune, two tracks........oh! the testing time required but I am looking forward to it
    Yes, it is required that you drive all the cars to have a fair and equal average, see what you can do to gain credits and if you have to, use the same car more than once. Just be extra careful to default everything first and double check the tune settings and parts. Not a requirement to have 1 car for each tune although that is how I will be approaching it. If funds are an issue for you, try the other option. Good luck. :)

    @DolHaus - more tuners joining in :D, but more work for you:lol:, always good to have more competition :gtpflag:
     
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  9. Otaliema

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    @Bowtie-muscle states you must test all cars in a class or your results won't counts. As credits are a issue for you, get enough to buy and fully upgrade two of each car, one with and one with out chassis reinforcement, although that may not be required I have not looked at the other tunes to know if the 86, GTO and civic have some with chassis reinforcement, I know the mr2 you will need two. As for road racers you could get away with oneof each by testing call cars without chassis reinforcement than test the cars with it.
    You an do the same with road classics as well.
     
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  10. Ridox2JZGTE

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    I have chassis reinforcement/body rigidity on my both entries - civic and nsx.
     
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  11. krenkme

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    Final tune posted/updated. No more changes, feel free to test and laugh at me :dopey:
     
  12. Otaliema

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    There will no laughing maybe wonderment at what was done or lots of screaming at the tv and cursing your name. :mischievous:
     
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  13. krenkme

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    It's pronounced "Crank me"... Just FYI :D
     
  14. randyrockstiff

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    my first entry.

    ds3

    honda civic sir-II (EG) '91
    420pp
    max power 214bhp
    weight 973kg
    weight distribution 62/38
    displacement 1595cc
    max torque 20kgfm
    drivetrain FF
    power to weight ratio 4.54kg/bhp

    parts fitted
    *fully customisable suspension
    * 6 speed transmission
    * twin plate clutch
    * fully custom LSD
    * Stage 2 engine
    * sports computer
    * exhaust manifold
    * catalytic converter
    * stage 3 weight reduction
    * racing brakes

    the tune
    * abs 1
    * comfort medium tyres

    suspension.
    RH 99/99
    SR 10.89/7.81
    DC 8/8
    DE 8/6
    ARB 4/7
    CAM 2.9/1.1
    TOE -0.05/0.11
    BRAKES 5/5


    LSD 5/40/27

    power limiter 95.8%
    89kg -50

    enjoy.
     
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  15. Bowtie-muscle

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    Just for arguements sake, can you add HP, PP, Weight and weight distribution. Numbers help to ensure proper setting.
     
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  16. randyrockstiff

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    yeah no probs will edit soon.
     
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  17. randyrockstiff

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    my second entry

    ds3

    Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR Touring Car '05

    510pp
    displacement 1,997cc
    drivetrain 4wd
    power to weight ratio 3.08kg/bhp

    parts fitted

    custom lsd
    carbon prop shaft
    torque diffrential
    low rpm turbo
    sports medium tyres

    the tune
    suspension
    RH 79/79
    SR 14.69/11.62
    DC 8/8
    DE 8/8
    ARB 5/5
    CAM 1.2/0.8
    TOE -0.06/0.04
    BRAKES 5/5

    TRANSMISSION
    SET FINAL TO 5.250
    MAX SPEED 112
    HIGHEST GEAR TO MAX
    FINAL GEAR TO 3.200
    SET RATIOS AS FOLLOWS

    1. 3.264
    2. 2.450
    3. 1.916
    4. 1.550
    5. 1.280
    6. 1.105


    LSD
    FRONT 8/24/10
    REAR 18/42/22
    CENTRE DIFF 30/70



    AERO 150/257

    BALLAST 200KG 50%

    power limiter 96.2%
     
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  18. DolHaus

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    Make sure to read the rules carefully and make sure your tune complies, also please list as much detail about the tune as possible to make it easier for testers to replicate your settings :tup:

    Best of luck
    You must test all cars otherwise it screws up the maths unfortunately.
    I would advise trying to bank as much cash as possible until the deadline, the Red Bull jr. event is a good way to grind cash quickly, if you haven't unlocked them yet then the seasonals provide a reasonable payout (best saved until you have 5x sign in multiplier).
    I will be sorting the cars soon by certain fittings such as rigidity improvement so you will have a better idea of whether you need to buy 1 of each or 2.
    If you can't test every car then your results will not count towards the overall time, I'm sure no one would object to a bit of extra feedback though, please make sure not to include times or scores if this is the case (so I don't get confused :dunce:).

    Getting busy indeed, nice to see such a good turnout :cheers:


    Thank you to everyone for holding down the fort while I was busy today, got some heavy work on at the moment so my time is limitted
     
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  19. Bowtie-muscle

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    Like a band of brothers, some one has always got your back. :p
     
  20. Otaliema

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    Was wondering :lol:
    If anyone is curious mine is pronounced
    "Ohh tally ma" yes I spelled it wrong on phonic but that was 15 years ago and I am not going to correct it now :lol:
     
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  21. ImToLegitToQuit

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    I'm still saying ota-lee-ma. That's how it sounds in my head. Lol
     
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  22. randyrockstiff

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    oota-lee-emma lol
     
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  23. Bowtie-muscle

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    No..... it's OHH TAH LEE MAH!!!! That's how I say it to myself. Atleast you can figure mine out although some did not know what it meant, put it in my Sig if you are still part of that crowd.

    Calling you out @DolHaus ,how is yours pronounced:lol::lol::lol:
     
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  24. DolHaus

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    Doll-House

    Dol = Part of my last name (Dolman)
    Haus = German for house, used to be my pseudonym when I painted graffiti years ago
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    Ahh... the follies of youth :lol:
     
  25. Bowtie-muscle

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    That's what I thought :lol: , nice graffiti. :crazy:
     
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  26. SolidSnake7735

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    Are signups still open??
     
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  27. Otaliema

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    Yes, read the op for class rules and regs. You have till 8/25 at 8pm to submit a tune. It's a two track one tune challenge, so have to run both tracks on the same tune.
     
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  28. Lionheart2113

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    Close to how I remember it...Oh tall lee emma

    This is turning out to be one huge challenge, good thing @Otaliema made room on the spreadsheet!:tup:
     
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  29. SolidSnake7735

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    excellent! I'll have my cars ready by then.
     
  30. Otaliema

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    Yeah I've heard just about all of them over the years. Used the name I mmos for the first 10 years it existed so you can imagine the number of people that have seen it and tried to pronounce it.
    @DolHaus decided to use his own spread sheet, I will still be loading this challenges into one to make sure it working correctly tho, nothing like real data to check a sheet with.

    The back ground on the sn; I was tryingto come up a name for a toon in eq, and my friend was watching bettlejuice and the dinner sence came on, I took three words from the so go and smashed me together to get the name oh tally my, became o talie ma, I shoulda done o talli ma would have been less confusion lol.
     
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