FITT RUF Challenge

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by shaunm80, Jan 4, 2016.

  1. 787bcgr

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    RUF RGT
    498HP/ 1200kg/ 374 ft-lb/ 550pp
    Millennium Jade Metallic/ Enkei RP03-typeRC Dark Matte Silver/ Standard size
    Sports Soft
    Body rigidity and oil change not applied
    Engine tuning stage 3
    Sports ECU
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric manifold
    Intake tuning
    Power limiter 90%
    Weight reduction stage 3
    Carbon hood
    Ballast 48kg @ position -50
    LSD: 10/27/20
    Triple plate clutch
    Stock transmission
    Fully customizable suspension
    Ride height: 70/80
    Spring rates: 4.70/11.85
    D.Compression:2/4
    D.extension: 5/5
    Roll bars: 3/3
    Camber: 0.5/0.0
    Toe:-0.15/0.00
    Racing brakes: 6/4
     
  2. coryclifford

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    Open Track Class CTR2 '96

    Sportin soft tires
    Suspension
    98/80
    4.32/7.65
    3/3
    3/3
    3/4
    0/0
    0/0
    Racing brakes 5/6

    Drivetrain
    10/10
    40/40
    20/20
    Triple plate clutch
    Center diff 30:70

    Power
    Mid RPM turbo @ 95.0%

    Body
    Weight reduction Stage 3
    Carbon hood
    Ballast 30 kg @ -35%

    Transmission
    Reset to default
    Max speed 205 mph (330 km/h)
    Final gear 3.340

    575 PP
    597 HP
    1,225 kg
    49:51
    673 ft-lbs
    2.05 kg/HP

    Mine's yellow and so are the brakes
    Body rigidity installed
    Rays VR.G2 in black

    image.jpeg
     
  3. biffa3

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    My thumbs, crossed with these cars, and this track, is not a good mix (where did the bumps come from!!). I'll be pulling out of testing for the old school class. Kudos to @Lionheart2113 and @shaunm80, and anybody else that attempts this with a DS3, it's not for me.
     
  4. shaunm80

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    No worries, I will remove you from testing. Thanks for giving it a go. :)
     
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  5. Lionheart2113

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    That's a shame mate.:sick: You know I always enjoy our little battles.:mischievous:
     
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  6. biffa3

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    This is the reason I was a tentative. Always struggled in the RUF's. You guys made the 1st class driveable, and whilst the cars in old school so far have been driveable, it has not been consistent or fun. I'd struggle to comment on the tunes to be honest.

    There would have been no hint of a battle for you in this one! (FYI, my quickest, in one of your quickest, was over 3 seconds off)
     
  7. Lionheart2113

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    So I'll see you at Nurburgring then?:cheers:
     
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  8. biffa3

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    Hopefully. I certainly know the track better, but it means i'll have less of an excuse!
     
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  9. Bowtie-muscle

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    Looks familiar ;)
     
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  10. coryclifford

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    Edit: cause yellow?

    Saw yours, had to pick out some wheels or I'd be on stock wheels too.
     
  11. Bowtie-muscle

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    Some settings are close, but mine are too wacky for someone else to be really similar. Yes because same paint.
     
  12. Otaliema

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    After some consideration I'll allow @787bcgr tune it's not too late in all reality and it's the only one,

    I'll get it linked in now.
    The new iOS and chrome update combined with a broken phone screen makes using the site on my phone rather hard at the moment so I do apologize for the lack of replying lately.
     
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  13. TheInfamousJEW6

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    Sounds like it's time to trade up and get an Android phone! ;) :lol:
     
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  14. coryclifford

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    My initial plan was to enter the car stock. Just to see. But then I realized a few minor tweaks should, and did help.
     
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  15. ugabugaz

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    @Lionheart2113

    Thanks for the test & review. Not too sure what you mean by lacking front grip but I'll revisit my tune and give it a drive or two. I will say this, It's not an easy car to recover if you screw up your line or inputs. Wish I was an alien but sadly I am not even if I am on the speedy side :lol:

    @Motor City Hami

    I was curious about your car since it's getting praised so I gave it a go. Feels worlds apart from mine but that's not a bad thing. I had my fast ghost on so I could compare where and how the two cars ran. My car held the advantage until the exit of the second tunnel but from there on out yours gained quite a bit of time. In particular the very last corner, my car has a tendency for the front to "jump" where yours stayed planted - I'm assuming that's down to weight distribution. Achieved a best time of 1:28.697 but I'm sure I could bring it down more with more laps. Only negative aspects I found for me are a slight reluctance in corner entry and a lethargic transmission.
     
  16. Motor City Hami

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    I really love how different our tunes are. I think yours is "time trial" faster, but mine seems easier to find a quick rhythm. When testers are spending only ten or so laps with each car, it may be taking them a bit longer to find the comfort zone with your car. I will have to fire up GT6 this weekend and try your car.
     
  17. ugabugaz

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    I think you're spot on. Just finished running my car a few minutes ago and holy :censored: it scared me the first couple of laps. It feels much much twitchier and you really have to be gentle with the inputs but once I got back into the groove it was smooth sailing. Those first few laps though...If anything I think I would stiffen the brakes just slightly. Hope you like it.
     
  18. shaunm80

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    The build is fine. Good to go for testers.
     
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  19. shaunm80

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    Build is fine and good to go.
     
  20. Lionheart2113

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    The front didn't seem to turn when I wanted it to. Almost as if I was coming into the corner too hot, but backing up braking points didn't seem to help. And when I got on the go button there was slight understeer before the oversteer took control.

    What you said here is very useful to me. My first thought was a few ticks up on the LSD Decel, but if you are saying that you want stiffer brakes, it has me thinking that trail braking is more your style than mine. You are using the rear more to rotate the car down into the corner more than I can ever dream. No wonder you're on the speedy side!:tup:

    Edit: Are there cookies on the speedy side?
     
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  21. Otaliema

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    @Bass Addict @shaunm80 @Lionheart2113
    Times entered and loaded for Old School and Super sport.


    RUF Old School
    Rank | Average Lap Points DC Rank | DC
    @TheInfamousJEW6 7 | 1:32.401 +01.331 9.856 8 | 8.73
    @hall90 10 | 1:33.912 +02.842 9.697 9 | 8.57
    @Motor City Hami 1 | 1:31.070 +00.000 10.000 1 | 10.00
    @ugabugaz 2 | 1:31.181 +00.111 9.988 5 | 8.80
    @steve nfs 3 | 1:31.603 +00.533 9.942 2 | 9.37
    @xande1959 4 | 1:32.174 +01.104 9.880 7 | 8.77
    @shaunm80 5 | 1:32.346 +01.276 9.862 5 | 8.80
    @Rotary Junkie 6 | 1:32.349 +01.279 9.862 4 | 8.90
    @coryclifford 9 | 1:33.506 +02.436 9.739 10 | 8.47
    @reefer 8 | 1:32.445 +01.375 9.851 3 | 9.20


    Trial Mountain Reverse Lap Time
    1 @Motor City Hami 1:31.070 +00.000
    2 @ugabugaz 1:31.181 +0.111
    3 @steve nfs 1:31.603 +0.533
    4 @xande1959 1:32.174 +1.104
    5 @shaunm80 1:32.346 +1.276

    Trial Mountain Reverse DC Score
    1 @Motor City Hami 10.00
    2 @steve nfs 9.37
    3 @reefer 9.20
    4 @Rotary Junkie 8.90
    5 @ugabugaz 8.80

    Fastest Lap
    RUF Old School Trial Mountain Reverse
    1:29.567; @Motor City Hami's tune Driven By Lionheart2113

    Most Consistent Lionheart2113 1.374
    Fastest Average Lionheart2113 90.421
     
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  22. Otaliema

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  23. shaunm80

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    My Supersport Class has been updated with @787bcgr review and new DC scores.
     
  24. shaunm80

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    Attention all testers,

    Can you please check that you have been added to the testers lists for Supersport and Open Track Day Class. If your name is missing, please let us know so we can get your name added to the correct list.

    Also, It is worth noting that there has been a change in testing procedures for Supersport Class and Open Track day Class. The way in which we score DC for these classes has changed to test out a new way of scoring DC for FITT events. These classes will be ranked in order of driver preference based on how much they liked the tune and the enjoyment they had in it. The OP on the first page has been updated to reflect this change and if anyone wants to help test this out, we would be grateful for additional participation.

    Many thanks.
     
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  25. joaosoarescso

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    Testing for open track day
     
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  26. Otaliema

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    @lBt_33 You have just about 24 hours left to post a tune for the Open Track day group. Will you be able to get that done or will you need an extension?


    I will get mine posted tonight after the kids crash. Just want to take it for a spin on a DS3, this one snuck up on me and is not quite were I would have liked it but that's life.
     
  27. lBt_33

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    It will be good, thanks :)

    Sorry for the late answer, I'm doing the testing these days, need 5 more tunes and it's done. Hope the critical may be useful for all !

    I'm going to sleep, good night everyone (if some are not already in bed) :D
     
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  28. TheInfamousJEW6

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    I will test for both Super Sport and Open Track day classes. I really want to see how the new way of doing DC works out.

    Also my testing of the Old School class is finally complete! Man that was no walk in the park! I'll get them typed up and posted in the next 24 hours! :cheers:
     
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  29. Otaliema

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    Awesome I'll get you added to testing list and added to the sheets and of course your times input and loaded once you post them for super sport
     
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  30. ugabugaz

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    You are right, I do like to trail brake. In general I like controls that let me rotate the car, both throttle and brakes.

    Afraid not, no cookies. It's a sad and lonely existence, always chasing that next hit of speedy - never being satisfied.