GTPlanet |Drift Tune Library

Discussion in 'GT6 Drifting' started by JDM SRE70, Dec 6, 2013.

  1. Danny280zxturbo

    Danny280zxturbo (Banned)

    Messages:
    2,365
    Location:
    Nicaragua
    Hello drift world, Can anyone tell how to make a drift lobby? I don't know how?

    I was in a room last night and it was fun but don't know how to set up drift lobby.
     
    Sharukh likes this.
  2. TH137Z

    TH137Z

    Messages:
    647
    Location:
    Australia
    When you create a room, change the room type to Drift Trial, set your grip reduction settings, what tyre and car preferences and any other restrictions you want, and create room.
     
    Danny280zxturbo likes this.
  3. Danny280zxturbo

    Danny280zxturbo (Banned)

    Messages:
    2,365
    Location:
    Nicaragua
    Thanks bro,

    If I add weight to the back of my car does that helps?
     
  4. TH137Z

    TH137Z

    Messages:
    647
    Location:
    Australia
    That will depend on the drifter. The weight is generally used to give the car a little more grip, generally in the rear. It will also effect the cars inertia during transitions.
     
    GTGranpa and Tetsu_X like this.
  5. Chris Brokate

    Chris Brokate

    Messages:
    21
    Anybody have a tune for the Pontiac GTO? Passibly for the DS3?
     
  6. iconoclazm

    iconoclazm

    Messages:
    7
    Location:
    Australia
    Hi guys,

    So after a few months of research and the latter;


    I have sourced an excellent tune from a well-known team in the Japanese scene.

    The following is a recommended setup for advanced drifters only but for the feeble drifters you could have a try and see where you end up with this tune.


    First and foremost, I owe a huge thanks to S13-1via and his professional drift team, Weekly Tank for providing this awesome tune and letting the public have a go!


    DORIFUTO MONSTER

    Car Make/Model: Corvette C6 ZR1
    Wheel / Joypad: Both
    Power:
    800PS
    Weight:1411 kg
    Performance Points:619 PP
    Tires:CH


    Suspension(Heigh-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)
    Ride Height
    Front:65mm Rear: 65mm
    Spring Rate
    Front: 12.16kgf Rear: 10.09kgf
    Dampers (Compression)
    Front: 3 * Rear: 1 *
    Dampers (Extension)
    Front: 2 * Rear: 3 *
    Anti-Roll Bars
    Front: 2 * Rear: 1 *
    Camber Angle (-)
    Front: 2.6° Rear: 1.6°
    Toe Angle
    Front: 0.55°Rear: 0.00°


    Drivetrain(Fully CustomisableTransmission) – Automatic setting
    Speed:300 km/h

    1st:3.267
    2nd:2.271
    3rd:1.691
    4th:1.320
    5th:1.081
    6th:0.194
    Final: (Use the stock ratio for final)


    Differential Gear:Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff
    Initial Torque:15
    Acceleration Sensitivity:50
    Braking Sensitivity:55
    Clutch & Flywheel:Triple-plate
    Propeller Shaft:Carbon


    Power
    Power Limiter:
    78.9%
    Engine Tuning:Stage 3
    Computer:Sports
    Exhaust:Racing
    Exhaust Manifold:Isometric
    Catalytic Converter:Sports
    Intake Tuning:Yes
    Turbo Kit: StageSupercharger
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):No

    Body
    Weight Reduction:Stage 3
    Bonnet:Carbon
    Windows:Standard
    Ballast:200kg
    Ballast position:50%



    The setup will take some time to get used to; it took me 30 mins at most but could take more or less time. Best suited at Tsukuba but takes tracks like Madrid or Silverstone with ease.

    It slides around a lot, but holds angle well and very stable at high speeds. The take-off from completing a drift is extreme. Capable of 180* and 360* drifts, also the tune works with both DS3 (Pad) and Wheel so you don’t have to worry.

    This is the real deal, it's the same ZR1 C6 setup that you see most pro Japanese players drift around in.

    So let me know how it goes! I hope you guys have a blast with this setup!
     
  7. Tetsu_X

    Tetsu_X

    Messages:
    1,298
    Location:
    United States
    Your tune seems reasonable, though, . . . your toe angle in the fronts looks . . . kinda of special. I will try this tune just too see how would the car handle with such toe angle in the front.
     
    GTGranpa likes this.
  8. JDM SRE70

    JDM SRE70

    Messages:
    1,878
    Location:
    Australia
    It'll help with initial initiation or steering response. But you can tweak it, if you feel like the rear end is struggling to keep up with the front end. But then again a car with a wheelbase such as the C6 shouldn't have an issue with it.
     
  9. Tetsu_X

    Tetsu_X

    Messages:
    1,298
    Location:
    United States
    Indeed, it makes sense. (Referring to your first and second statement.) But if he add + camber the rear, I wooouuuld surely bet that it would be really snaappy car;

    therefore, uncontrollable. (Yeah, I checked the tune again and noticed the rear camber at 0.00.) I base this as a DS3 user.


    Nevertheless, I would try something like that and see how it responds. (Not necessarily on a Vette)
     
  10. iconoclazm

    iconoclazm

    Messages:
    7
    Location:
    Australia
    I know it's an odd setup, but it works! The C6's have one of the most unique feel to the drifts of any car and it's definitely controllable, so you'd need a unique setup for a unique car right?

    Anyways I was told by some wheel users of this setup, that the steering is very precise and need some work to get right and if rotating from 400* - 500* then yes it would be twitchy for the transitions, would take a little more effort to adjust to this having said that.

    When using with the DS3 I could maintain smooth transitions without snapping the tyres too much and it seemed to simulate the wheel pretty well. I managed to keep up and go door to door with the Japanese drifters

    I use the -2 or -1 sensitivity for this setup

    Never tried this tune on other cars but would be interested to see what happens.
     
  11. Tetsu_X

    Tetsu_X

    Messages:
    1,298
    Location:
    United States
    Count on me. I'll let you know how it does.
     
  12. JDM SRE70

    JDM SRE70

    Messages:
    1,878
    Location:
    Australia
    dude vette's are like tetsu's bae. trust me he knows how they roll ahah
     
  13. iconoclazm

    iconoclazm

    Messages:
    7
    Location:
    Australia
    Ah alrightey then

    Hope that the vette rolls as good it should
     
  14. iconoclazm

    iconoclazm

    Messages:
    7
    Location:
    Australia
    While cleaning up my PC, just found another one of the Japanese tunes lying around and posting it up just for the lulz.

    DORI-SHA 180SX (One 81)

    Car Make/Model: Nissan 180SX Type X 96’
    Wheel / Joypad: TBA

    Tires:CH

    Suspension(Heigh-Adjustable, Fully-Customisable Suspension)
    Ride Height
    Front:94mmRear: 115mm
    Spring Rate
    Front: 7.54kgf Rear: 7.74kgf
    Dampers (Compression)
    Front: 7 * Rear: 8 *
    Dampers (Extension)
    Front: 6 * Rear: 7 *
    Anti-Roll Bars
    Front: 7 * Rear: 7 *
    Camber Angle (-)
    Front: 0.00° Rear: 0.08°
    Toe Angle
    Front: 0.00° Rear: 0.15°


    Drivetrain(Fully CustomisableTransmission) – Automatic setting
    Speed:330 km/h

    1st: (Stock)
    2nd: (Stock)
    3rd: (Stock)
    4th: (Stock)
    5th: (Stock)
    6th: (Stock)
    Final: 5.500


    Differential Gear:Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip Diff
    Initial Torque:46
    Acceleration Sensitivity:54
    Braking Sensitivity:60
    Clutch & Flywheel:Triple-plate
    Propeller Shaft:Carbon
    Brake Balancing: 3/10


    Power
    Power Limiter:
    100.00%
    Engine Tuning:Stage 3
    Computer:Sports
    Exhaust:Racing
    Exhaust Manifold:Isometric
    Catalytic Converter:Sports
    Intake Tuning:Yes
    Turbo Kit: TBA
    Nitrous Oxide (N2O):No

    Body
    Weight Reduction:Stage 3
    Bonnet:Carbon
    Windows:Standard
    Ballast: 0
    Ballast position: 0
     
  15. MonstercaatUK

    MonstercaatUK

    Messages:
    50
    Location:
    England
    Hello everyone, amazing thread you got here @JDM SRE70 ! Pretty useful when tuning my own cars, been teaching myself following what you said. I must ask though, does anyone have a tune for the SILVIA spec-R AERO (s15) TC? I can't get around it :( Either it doesn't go sideways or it spins out, can't reach a stable point with it. Much appreciated
     
    JDM SRE70 likes this.
  16. JDM SRE70

    JDM SRE70

    Messages:
    1,878
    Location:
    Australia
    Thanks @MonstercaatUK , I'm not too sure with how to attack the S15 TC only because i've literally never driven it in the game. But i'd imagine since its a TC Car it maybe the Downforce that will affect you..
     
    MonstercaatUK likes this.
  17. Tetsu_X

    Tetsu_X

    Messages:
    1,298
    Location:
    United States
    Yo.


    I tried this today but when I got the Power section, Power Limiter, I was shocked. I can't do that mate. I can't, better said, don't like to use a car with such a bad

    power and tq band. Of course, this is because you limited to much the power resulting in such a graph.

    It just ain't on my resume. Hehehe. I still need to try the dampers and toe settings on a car.
     
  18. hayli

    hayli

    Messages:
    11
    hi guys :) im a new drifter to gran turismo and i was wondering what was a good car to start drifting and if you guys have any tips for tuning or drifting. if you want to drift with me my psn is HiiimHayli
     
  19. AAO_Yoshi

    AAO_Yoshi

    Messages:
    27
    Could anyone help me? I need a very good beginners tune for a G27 I can't seem to find any really good tunes so if somebody could help me out it would be greatly appreciated Thanks! :lol:
     
  20. AAO_Yoshi

    AAO_Yoshi

    Messages:
    27
    Well its really up to preference and a good tune you might want to try an S chassis... I started on the S15...
     
  21. Team THRT Drift

    Team THRT Drift

    Messages:
    8,077
    Location:
    Canada
    What car are you planning on using? Pr are you looking for a template?
     
  22. AAO_Yoshi

    AAO_Yoshi

    Messages:
    27
    It doesn't really matter what car it is...
     
  23. Team THRT Drift

    Team THRT Drift

    Messages:
    8,077
    Location:
    Canada
    Well as a general rule for wheels, lower the camber if you're just starting out. Try to get the hang of drifting at low angles and transitions.

    Start with a 240/180/200.

    Get a feel for the car and slowly start lowering it and adjusting camber/toe.

    I'll post my tunes for my 180 my 200 my 240, Sleighty, 240(S14) and the Varietta (suffers from low power however a clutch kick gets the job done).
     
  24. AAO_Yoshi

    AAO_Yoshi

    Messages:
    27
    At the
    At the moment im running an FC RX-7 with about 360HP
     
  25. Team THRT Drift

    Team THRT Drift

    Messages:
    8,077
    Location:
    Canada
    Try this:
    Camber
    1.5 front
    1.0 rear

    Toe:

    0.00 Front
    0.00 Rear

    Leave everything else in the suspension settings stock.
    Transmission stock.

    Get a feel for the car first.
     
  26. AAO_Yoshi

    AAO_Yoshi

    Messages:
    27
    Well I have a most of the basics down but im just looking for pretty tune..
     
  27. Team THRT Drift

    Team THRT Drift

    Messages:
    8,077
    Location:
    Canada
    Ah. Okay. I'll need to pick up an FC myself. I thought you were fresh into drifting. My apologies.
     
  28. AAO_Yoshi

    AAO_Yoshi

    Messages:
    27
    No problem dude.. I meant to say a pretty good tune lol:cheers:
     
    Team THRT Drift likes this.
  29. Sharukh

    Sharukh (Banned)

    Messages:
    39
    how exactly is that done?
     
  30. Chris Brokate

    Chris Brokate

    Messages:
    21
    Thanks Man