GTP_OMRS Month 4: Lord Have Murcielago

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  1. Jump_Ace

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    :: GTP_Online Monthly Race Series ::


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    GT5 OMRS Month 4: Lord Have Murcielago

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    (P)Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640 '09


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    Rome


    :: Only Open to Qualified GTP_Registered Members ::

    :: Members are not obligated to take part ::



    Race Details:




    • Mode: Open Lobby : Normal Race
    • Track: City Circuits > Rome
    • Laps: 25
    • Car Type: FR > Premium
    • Make: Italy > Lamborghini
    • Model: Murcielago LP 640 '09
    • Cost: 385,600 Cr.


    Vehicle Specifics:

    • Performance Points: Up To 600 (Max, this will be the PP limit in the lobby)
    • Horse Power: ~781 HP
    • Minimum Weight: 1,350 kg (Maximum weight loss is Permitted)
    • Body/Chassis Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Engine Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Intake System Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Exhaust Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Turbo Kit Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Transmission Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Drivetrain Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Suspension Upgrades: All Are Permitted
    • Aero Kit: Prohibited
    • Skid Recovery Force Aid: OFF
    • Tyre Type: Racing Softs (R3's) or Harder
    • Grip Reduction on Track Edge: Real
    • Mechanical Damage: Off
    • Controller Steering Sensitivity: Optional
    • Car Tuning Settings: Optional

    Race Room/Lobby Specifics:



    Race Room/Lobby Settings:
    • Room Comment: GTP_OMRS Month 4
    • Race Type: Race For Real
    • Max Participants: 16
    • Race Quality: May vary between High, Standard or Low
    • Voice Chat Quality: May vary, or be turned off to save bandwidth for the race. If you have a chatpad or keyboard, use it :tup:
    • Fixed Host Status: Checked/On


    Regulation Settings:
    • Car Restrictions: Unrestricted
    • Performance Points: Use the Max Performance Points that is listed in that month’s GTP_OMRS Race Specifics
    • Power: Use the Max Power that is listed in that month’s GTP_OMRS Race Specifics
    • Weight: Use the Minimum Weight that is listed in that month’s GTP_OMRS Race Specifics
    • Tire Restrictions: Use the Tire type that is listed in that month’s GTP_OMRS Race Specifics
    • No Skid Recovery Force: This will ALWAYS be checked (disabled)
    • TCS | Driving Line | ASM |: Optional


    Event Settings:
    • Game Mode: Normal Race
    • Laps: 25
    • Start Type: Grid Start with False Start Check
    • Grid Order: Fastest First
    • Boost: Off
    • Penalty: Off
    • Automatic Race Start Cycle: Disabled
    • Race Finish Delay: Set to the Max 180 Seconds
    • Grip Reduction On Wet Track/Track Edge: Real
    • Mechanical Damage: Light
    • Tire Wear/Fuel Consumption: On
    • Pit Stops: Allowed and as often as you need to. When exiting the pit lane, please remember to yield to approaching drivers behind you.


    Course Settings:
    • Course Selection Method: Always Host picks
    • Course: Use the Course that is listed in that month’s GTP_OMRS Race Specifics
    • Custom Courses: None
    • Time: Disabled
    • Time Progression: Disabled
    • Weather: Disabled
    • Fixed (Weather): Disabled

    Race Specifics:



    • The car used for this race is available for purchase in the New Car Dealership Under The Lamborghini Manufacturer.
    • The event MUST be run using your GTP_Tag Account. Anyone that shows up with a non GTP- Tag will automatically get booted from the race room.
    • The use of the clutch that is found on the G25, G27, and other high end racing wheels is strictly prohibited.
    • If for some reason you are unable to finish the race and need to stop:
      - Pull the car over off the track next to a wall
      - Press the E-Brake
      - Then press Start
      - This will ghost your car and it won't allow it to interfere with the other drivers.




    Steward's Comments:

    This is a unique 4WD car, it should make for smooth driving. Careful not to drift too wide in parts.

    Race Clean, Race Hard :tup:



    Standard Clean OLR Rules:


    • All GTP members in the race lobby are still required to follow the Acceptable Usage Policy and conduct themselves in the same manner as posting on the forum.
    • All Hard Surfaces are considered Track Surface. This includes tarmac, red and white rumbles, and concrete. You are expected to drive clean at all times as if you are racing in the Weekly Race Series. All participants are required to follow the GTPlanet Online Racing Rules & Guidelines. Do take the time to read it as all participants will be held accountable for their actions.
    • Race Stewards reserve the right to boot any driver from the Race Room for driving offensively. If you ignore any warnings from the Race Steward and are booted from the race room, you will receive 1 Infraction Point which will get logged at the GTP_Registry Disciplinary Log. Three strikes are you are banned from the GTP_Registry.
    • 2 wheels on (or vertically in line with) the track at all times
    • Rumble/ripple strips are part of the track
    • Runoff areas are not part of the track
    • Limit your contact with walls or objects, visible or invisible
    • No hybrids
    • No cheating of any kind,these are relaxed races and we are experienced racers, we all want clean racing and it's up to you to ensure there is. Along with the GTP OLR Race Stewards that will be watching the entire race. They will communicate any concerns via a headset or chat and it is also your responsibility to listen and respond to them accordingly.
    • Nothing that goes against the spirit of the rules

    Illegal Use Of The Track:
    • All is track, just try to stay off the walls as much as possible, especially before T2.

    Thread Rules:

    • Any AUP Discussion is fine, including settings. Please remember if you have any preferences or tips for future events, they are always welcome :tup:

    Why Use GMT?:
    • If you are unsure of when the race starts, try this site.
    • You can also view is a visual layout displaying the different time zones here.

    Race Incident Reporting:

    The Race Stewards will save each and every race. However any disputes between drivers must be dealt with via PM. If a resolution is not found, then PM the Race Steward who hosted the event.

    Race Stewards will constantly be looking out for any intentional and malicious driving, but we can't see everything so include this information when it's necessary to PM your Race Steward as a last resort per Section 17: Complaints, in the OLR Rules & Guidelines:


    All complaints relating to a racing incident must follow this procedure:

    1. Contact the driver concerned privately (GTP_PM or PSN_PM)
    2. Discuss in a manner that is normally acceptable here at GTP (AUP)
    3. If a complaint cannot be resolved privately then as a last resort contact a GTP_Race Admin
    4. Name PM subject title 'Racing Complaint'
    5. Supply Members PSN_Tag
    6. Supply Date & time of incident
    7. Supply Event type
    8. Supply Car driven by driver
    9. Supply Details and any other relevant information relating to the incident


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    Race Room Information:

    July 9th, 2011 5PM, 6PM (GMT 0 ) | Hosted By GTP_Jump_Ace | Room Number: 1472 6118 3615 5263 7216


    July 9th, 2011 7PM, 8PM (GMT 0 ) | Hosted By GTP_Sureboss | Room Number: Read The Reply Below 5 Minutes Before 7PM (GMT 0 )


    July 9th, 2011 9PM, 10PM (GMT 0 ) | Hosted By GTP_Speedy6543 | Room Number: Read The Reply Below 5 Minutes Before 9PM (GMT 0 )


    July 9th, 2011 11PM, 12PM (GMT 0 ) | Hosted By GTP_Mafiaboy | Room Number: Read The Reply Below 5 Minutes Before 11PM (GMT 0 )



    Also make note of these Race Steward Alternates as they may need to fill in and host a race for one of the time slots:

    • GTP_Mafiaboy
    • GTP_PK_090
    • GTP_Speedy6543

    The OMRS Chat Room password is 'welcome'. Anyone is welcome, but I'd like it to be just for discussing the OMRS.


    Good luck, :gtplanet:
    OLR Team
     
    Last edited: Jul 9, 2011
  2. Sureboss

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    Yo man, you crazy? [/ChrisRock]
     
  3. Jump_Ace

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    ....mmmmaybe. :)

    Jerome
     
  4. Captain Roh

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    Haha!! Great title Jerome, interesting combo too.

    Personally I feel that the reverse version of Rome is slightly better for racing, but the track in either direction is great so nice combo :tup:


    Slightly worried about a maxed out Lambo with no downforce though :scared:

    I'll be there on satuday anyway, have the day to myself so unless someone offers me free beer and meat I'll be there all day! :D

    Race ya later chaps.
     
  5. w-g-e

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    Why not?:sly:

    I won't be there though. Lucky you. (Not that I'm fast, just that I can't get in any of yours way :dopey:).
     
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  6. Jump_Ace

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    It's not too bad with no DF because of the 4WD and putting R3's on or even R2's should make it easier.

    Jerome
     
  7. Speedy6543

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    Superb track AND Superb Car :tup:
    Looking forward to this, and to host my first OMRS :sly:
     
  8. NINE_HUNDRED

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    I may pop in for this (I've only just discovered this part of the forum :dunce: ) I have found Online racing good fun, no idea why I'm only starting to do it.
     
  9. Speedy6543

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    I spent an hour looking on the GT5 Tuning Forum and this is all I could come up with. I hope you find something you can use :scared:
    RED MARKED IS PROHIBITED!!!

    Vengence Tuning
    Lamborghini Murcielago SV 670-4 Super Veloce
    All available parts fitted, that means everything in the tune garage!
    Aero parts:
    Front- Type A
    Rear- Type A
    Ext- Type A
    Wing Type A
    Racing soft tyres used.
    Stats-
    BHP- 841Weight- 1268 Kgs
    Torque- 77kgfm/7400rpm
    Drive- 4wd
    Ok, the tune:
    Rear wing downforce- 30
    transmission- 211 mph (increase for tracks such as Le sarthe ect)
    LSD:
    Initial, Front- 15, Rear- 25
    Accel, Front- 35, Rear- 45
    Brake, Front- 8, Rear- 18
    Torque diff, Front- 40%, Rear 60%
    Suspension:
    Ride height, Front: -15, Rear: -15
    Spring, Front: 12.0, Rear: 14.5
    Dampers ext, Front: 6, Rear: 8
    Dampers Comp, Front: 7, Rear: 8
    ARB, Front: 3, Rear: 4
    Camber, Front: 2.2, Rear: 2.5
    Toe, Front: Negitive 0.25, Rear: Negitive 0.05 (Click to the right for positive, left for Negitive)
    Brake balance: Front: 8 Rear: 5

    Praiano's tunes
    LAMBORGHINI MURCIELAGO LP 670-4 SUPERVELOCE '09
    Tuned to the max .
    Transmission how to process: OK
    1- Select .reset to default
    2- Select final gear at 2600
    3- Select top speed at 380 km/h =236,1 mph
    4- Set each gear at this ratio:
    1: 4580
    2: 3160
    3: 2375
    4: 1855
    5: 1498
    6: 1252
    It 'll give a top speed (above on the right) of 358 km/h =222,4 mph
    Tracks:Tuned for the ring but good All around / adapt with final gear to each track (if necessary) and do fine tune (if necessary)
    power 763 hp
    weight 1268 kg
    perf. points 628 pp
    Downforce 05/30
    LSD front 18/38/05
    LSD Rear 25/55/10
    Front / rear torque split : 25 / 75
    Ride Height -20/-18
    Spring Rate 15.2/16.0
    Extension 9/8
    Compression 9/8
    Anti-roll bars 4/5
    Camber 2.6/2.4
    Toe -0.12/+0.25
    Brake Balance 6/6
    tires: R3 / R3

    by shmogt
    Car: Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640 2009
    Drivetrain: 4WD
    Horsepower: 875HP/8900rpm
    Torque: 607 ft-lb/6900rpm
    Weight: 1350 kg
    Miles: 566.9
    Performance Points: 629
    PARTS:
    All like usual and a spoiler
    SETUP:
    Body/Chassis
    Aerodynamics
    Downforce: 0/20
    Weight Balance: 0/0
    Transmission
    1st: 4.171
    2nd: 2.649
    3rd: 1.918
    4th: 1.499
    5th: 1.220
    6th: 1.043
    Final: 2.870
    Top Speed: 236
    Limited Slip Differential
    Initial: 9/13
    Accel: 49/54
    Braking: 41/44
    Torque Split
    Front Rear: 40/60
    Suspension
    Ride Height: -20/-20
    Spring Rate: 15.0/16.0
    Extension: 8/9
    Compression: 6/7
    Anti-Roll: 4/5
    Camber: 2.0/1.5
    Toe: 0.00/0.45
    Brakes
    Brake Balance: 6/8
     
  10. MilleRSVR

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    This combo looks fun, 4wd + sticky tires, I like a lot.:cool:

    Jerome, nice combo, let's hope there's a good turn out this month!
     
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  11. Ren-Tec

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    Speedy I thought this was not allowed????
     
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    Delete
     
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  13. Jump_Ace

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    This is one topic I've simmered on for a while and I've come to the conclusion that even though I dont want it to be a tuning competition, and it's fairly easy to find tunes for cars nowadays and the WRS shares settings freely, why not the OMRS. I'll change that rule :tup:

    Thanks for putting in the time to gather those settings Speedy :)

    Jerome
     
  14. Speedy6543

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    Sorry, I think I looked over that rule :scared:

    Thanks a lot Jerome :tup:
    :cheers:
     
  15. CSLACR

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    I would start with Praiano's, definitely.
    Looks awesomely fun, nicely done guys.

    600pp, no aero, everything else?
     
  16. Jump_Ace

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    That pretty much sums it up :tup: Hope to see ya out there dude.

    Jerome
     
  17. mafia_boy

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    Jerome, correct my PSN tag bro. It's GTP_Mafiaboy, not GTP_Mafia_boy. Don't want 15 people going to the wrong room. lol.
     
  18. MilleRSVR

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    I've been practicing this combo, lots of horsepower! The transitions from tarmac to brick surface can be tricky. Without the added aero package this is going to be a good test of throttle control. This think can get away from you quick and what to swap ends if your not smooth with the throttle. I haven't yet done 25 laps straight without looping her.:scared:

    I just had a thought, can this thing go 25 laps without a pit stop? Guess I'll just have to try it and find out.
     
  19. MilleRSVR

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    To answer my own question, no fuel stop needed in 25 laps. Rear tires could be a close call. Could be interesting in the race to see if anyone pits for fresh rubber near the end.
     
  20. Jump_Ace

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    /\ It's a tough call. In my testing I did R2's but it's much easier to drive on R3's, yielding faster and more consistent times. But pitting puts you back about 25 to 30 seconds not counting traffic so it's a toss up.

    Jerome
     
  21. MilleRSVR

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    Hi there Jerome, pitting will cost some time, but I'll have such a lead it won't matter.:sly:

    Most likely I'll be at the back of the pack nursing the tires home.
     
  22. Jump_Ace

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    Sorry about that buddy, it's fixed. I'm just underscore happy I guess :lol:

    Jerome
     
  23. Ren-Tec

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    No worries, just asking dude. To be honest I believe the settups Speedy posted will be usless dude to lack of rear down force.
     
  24. Jump_Ace

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    /\ Good point Mike.

    Here are my settings, they aren't the best I'm sure, but it makes it easier to drive and hopefully lessen the rear tire wear with the softer initial torque in the rear:

    Suspension:
    -15 -5
    7.5 15.5
    6 7
    2 4
    2 4

    Camber/Toe:
    1.0 0.0
    -.25 .15

    LSD:
    10 5
    50 50
    20 20

    Transmission:
    205mph top speed

    These settings got me 1:04.3s in qualifying and 1:04.9s in the race.

    Jerome
     
    Last edited: Jul 9, 2011
  25. Sureboss

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    Lemme grab my car and a room will be open shortly, still eating me dinner, so if I take a little while to respond to you, I'm not ignoring you! No mics tonight, after the problems with lag last time.
     
  26. Gravitron

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    I'll try to join Sureboss' room! Only had the chrome line, so I'll go buy the regular one.
     
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    Room Open

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  28. Sureboss

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    Just went to watch race and I think it's crashed, Cpt_D/Graviton, you guys kicked?

    Such a crashy game. Infuriating.
     
  29. Gravitron

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    yep, kicked. Thought it might have been my connection, but I guess not.
     
  30. Cpt. Disaster

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    Yes, it all went blank, lol