Gran Turismo 5 Drift Settings Depot: Wheels Only!

Discussion in 'GT5 Drifting' started by timacks, Feb 9, 2011.

  1. Powellx235

    Powellx235

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    Anyone try it?
     
  2. xDriftzzinc

    xDriftzzinc (Banned)

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    DFGT

    Ffb: 6
    Power Assist Steering: Off
    Steering type: simulation

    Viper srt10 coupe 06' model
    552 HP
    1268kg
    478PP

    Aerodynamics: 5
    Everything body/chassis

    ECU Tuning

    Sports intake manifold
    Racing air filter

    Sports exhaust manifold
    Catalytic converter: sports
    Titanium racing exhaust

    Fully customizable transmission:
    1st: 3.794
    2nd: 2.400
    3rd: 1.756
    4th: 1.401
    5th: 1.210
    6th: 1.052
    Final: 3.211
    Top Speed: 180

    Clutch: twin-plate
    Flywheel: semi-racing
    Adjustable Lsd: 16/43/20
    Carbon drive shaft

    Fully customizable suspension:
    Ride Height: -25/-25
    7.3/6.2
    5/5
    4/3
    1/1
    Camber: 2.8/3.1
    -0.08/0.09

    Brake balance: 2/3

    Comfort hard tires
     
  3. avholic

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    Okay I did. It's good, but I toned it down to 408Hp. You mentioned to buy everything which adds up 600+ Hp on the FD. I don't need that much power to drift a 1054 Kg car.
     
  4. Powellx235

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    i changed it a bit since then. Because i put weight on the back it was unfair and useless in tourney's. I took the weight off and let the two dampers on the rear down.
     
  5. CrimsonFolf

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    '71 Fairlady 240ZG (HS30)

    All aids: Off
    Steering sensitivity: 5 (Although you can adjust to suit yourself)

    Weight Reduction Stage 3

    Engine Tuning Stage 3
    Sports ECU

    Sports Intake Manifold
    Racing Air Filter

    Sports Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Titanium Racing Exhaust

    6 Speed Close Ratio Transmission (Mainly because I hate the sound of the Fully Customisable)

    Flywheel: Semi Racing
    Carbon Propellor Shaft
    -NO LSD- (For some reason, this car handles and maintains drifts better without any LSD tuning)

    Fully Customisable Suspension (Front/Rear)
    Ride Height: -30/-30
    Spring Rate: 8.0/7.6
    Dampers Extension: 6/6
    Dampers Compression: 6/6
    Anti Roll Bars: 4/4
    Camber: 4.0/0.5
    Toe: 0.00/0.25

    Brakes: 7/4

    Tires: Comfort Medium/Comfort Medium


    End result: 251BHP - 868kg

    Very capable drift car. Ran an easy +23,000 points on Trial Mountain, although I'm sure a better driver could smash that without much problem.
     
  6. Capndrift

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    any one know a good drift car thats rear wheel and leaves a lot of smoke???
     
  7. yellomello

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    Bliz ER34 07
     
  8. sirdingo

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    Anyone have a good tune for a rx-7 fc 90'
    So far mine is

    326hp
    1245kg


    Just need some good suspension and diff settings
     
  9. DaveM-sport

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    Also even if they are people better with a DS3, they won't have near a big a grin on their face as when you pull off a perfect lap with a wheel :)

    I go back to using a DS3 for online tandems as I'm still far better with it but over the weekend I was just bored and kinda thought it was alittle pointless and nowhere near as much fun just sliding around with the pad and went back to the wheel again for good even if I looked like an idiot getting tank-slappers and spinning off every second corner :)
     
  10. Powellx235

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    There isnt much point using a ds3 and wheel as it feels way different so you cant adapt to the wheel. What you need to do is get either an ae86, preferably the ss version, or an s13 with a little power up. Chip and filter should do it.
     
  11. DaveM-sport

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    Yeah, been using an S13 with twinturboCH's tune which is really good and have been getting decent enough slides with it and reasonably good around tsukaba and getting the hang of Susuka and linking autumn mini now.

    Using a Z4m, TVR and AE86 too which are good.
    Slowly converting the setups of all my other cars over from setting that were more suited to DS3 but I need to get mote consistent first before I can properly tune cars myself with the wheel.
     
  12. IISLYDWAYZII

    IISLYDWAYZII (Banned)

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    That's not SAi's real setup, Community setups are completely different to personal setups.
     
  13. xDriftzzinc

    xDriftzzinc (Banned)

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    That was a big d*ck move. You should've left it alone... Just sayin... :D.
    -xDriFtZz
     
  14. SKOT_FREE

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    Listen I drove an AE86 in real life with 5 speed manual and I have the DFGT and I just cannot use it to drift..partly because The Ebrake button is not easily accessible while turning the wheel. I use a DS3 which is actually not easy because you really can't accurately depress the Brake accelerator like you can with pedals.
     
  15. E-cobra

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    you can map buttons the game recognises the driving force pro to be the same as the g25/g27
     
  16. Marky93

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    Anyone that has a good setup for the Ford Mustand V8 Gt coupe (premium)?

    it would be great fun. Thanks
     
  17. Hwangm

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    damn, just change to g27, so different from DFGT. so hard to slide with no ebrake on steering wheel.
     
  18. Kickboxritter

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    u dont need a e-brake to drift a car ;)
     
  19. CommodorePuddles

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    Make your own E-Brake. I use a DS3 with a elastic band and a old joystick, be creative. I couldn't stand button mashing on my G25.
     
  20. Hwangm

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    Yeah, I should come out with something this weekend, I saw someone here create one using a pull wire attached to the gearbox , so when wire pulled, it pressed the e brake button on the g27 gearbox
     
  21. ShIvAm

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    this forum was a great idea :)
     
  22. HeroStar1988

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    great idea of this thread! easy to search the drift setup of G25/7/LFGT!

    I will keep look for it. cheers!
     
  23. Deviljoker

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    Nervous about first post:O But here goes..

    (I use a DFGT personally, but recon it will work with other wheels aswell)

    Base car: Buick GNX '87

    Shopping list:
    Comfort Hard tires.
    All upgrades exept; Ridigity Improvement and Turbo kit. i personally also removed the Titanium race exhaust, since i felt it had more than enough power without it.
    I would also recommend just getting the 5 Speed Close-Ratio Transmission.

    In the end after Oilchange and so on you should end up with around 438bhp, 69kgfm of torque and 1302kg

    LSD:
    60
    60
    60

    Suspension:
    Height: -15/-15
    Spring rate: 7.6/6.3
    Dampers (Extension): 5/5
    Dampers (Compression): 5/5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 2/4

    Camber: 3.0/0.5
    Toe: 0.00/0.20

    Feedback, whether its good or bad would make me a happy person, since im stilll in the learning process on both drifting And tuning: p
     
  24. Sunny7day

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    Can someone please give me the drift settings for Blitz please? I had hard time drifting on many cars, it seems i am having problem with my settings. Currently I'm using Trusmaster T500 RS.
     
  25. Toscano Marco

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    Hahaha you set the front angle in + 0.05 :D
    If you seen ever a drift car in real you know that is - 0.15 or big is the best because you got some extra wheel degree...
     
  26. ShIvAm

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    Wheel: Logitech G27
    Force feedback: 5

    Vehicle: Mercedes-Benz C63 AMG '08
    Weight: 1403KG

    Body/Chassis:
    Stage 3 weight reduction
    Carbon Hood
    Window Weight Reduction
    Aerodynamics: 5

    Engine: MAX
    Exhaust:
    Sport Exhaust Manifold
    Sport Catalytic Converter
    Titanium Semi Racing Exhaust

    Transmission: Standard Transmission

    Differential: 60/60/60

    Suspension:
    Height: -30/-30
    Spring rate: 7.0/7.0
    Dampers (Extension): 6/5
    Dampers (Compression): 6/5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 5/5

    Camber: 1.5/0.5
    Toe: 0.00/0.20

    Tires & Brakes:
    Front Tires: Comfort hard
    Rear Tires: Comfort Hard

    Front Brakes: 5
    Rear Brakes: 7

    Aids: None
    ABS: 0
     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2012
  27. williex562

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    well im new to this forum and i would like a fully tuned s15 set up and a s13 setup please :D, also if i was to put a wing on it i would like that setup too
    and im on a controller dont really know what the difference is and sorry if i posted this in the wrong thread if i did
    and if anyone can send me a s14 please =]
     
  28. ShIvAm

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  29. williex562

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    well the one with the controller thread was closed and i couldnt post there..
     
  30. nk4e

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    You could PM me.