GTP's GT5 Public Drift Settings Depot

Discussion in 'GT5 Drifting' started by nk4e, Nov 29, 2010.

  1. supra9126

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    Hi, could anybody post a setup for the Honda NSX type R '02 ?? :D
     
  2. Lazy Liquid

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    Last edited: Apr 10, 2012
  3. whisp187

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  4. sileightysr20

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    anyone have a setup for the TVR Tuscan Speed 6 RM '00? PM me if one is posted.
     
  5. swagon60

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    looking for someone for file sharing gt5 anybody?
     
  6. supra9126

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  7. maveric25

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    Don't mean to be an :censored: but that doesn't work. Never will work. Put 10/90 in torque distribution and the LDS this way: front 5/5/5 and in the rear whatever you like to get it as close as possible to drifting.
     
  8. MonGnoM

    MonGnoM (Banned)

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    I got a nice drift setting for a Suzuki GSX R-4:

    You have to fully costumise it:

    Body/chassis:
    Aerodynamics: 0/20

    Gearbox:
    Fully adjustible:
    1. 4.410
    2. 3.082
    3. 2.300
    4. 1.795
    5. 1.466
    6. 1.253
    Highest gear: 5.000
    Max. Speed: 250.

    Adjustable differential:
    All to 60

    The most important thing, THE SUSPENSION:
    fully adjustable:
    (Front/Back)
    Ground clearance in mm:
    -10/-10
    Spring force in kgf/mm:
    10.0/8.0
    Antishock(extension):
    4/4
    Antishock(compression):
    4/4
    Stabilizers:
    4/4

    Camber angle:
    6.3/3.3
    Toe angle:
    0.00/0.20

    Hart normal tyres.
    HAVE FUN!!!

    (maybe, some expressions could be wrong, because i had to translate the words from german.)
     
  9. X13GHOST

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    i hear the "'02 SILVIA spec-R AERO (S15)" Is very similar to the S13? I've seen there already is a tune for it. But I'm looking for a tune that requires minimal increase in power output if possible? (Purely suspension/LSD/gearbox).

    Oh. I use a DS3 btw.

    I much appreciate the help in advance!! Baii! :sly:
     
  10. supra9126

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    oh, well just watch me in a good day ;)

    PSN: supra9126
     
  11. maveric25

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    Yes, whatever.....
     
  12. sidewaysfordays

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    4WD 'drift' = Handbrake abuse.

    BTW big ups to ya maveric, I've switched a couple cars to 10/60/60 and launch has improved a bit. Don't have to catch up in the drift cause I'm close off the line. :cheers:
     
  13. maveric25

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    It's not that. 50/50 LSD makes a car go straight because all four tires are giving out the same amount of power. It's undriftable. I try to tell people the best way to set it, but if they really don't care, all I say is good luck trying to get the car sideways. :tdown:
     
  14. JevL

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    Why can I only buy 1 Stage of weight reduction?
     
  15. sileightysr20

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    anyone got a tune for a Camaro S '10 (preferably RM)
     
  16. shmogt

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    Buy stage 1 than buy stage 2 than stage 3. You have to buy them all in order
     
  17. JevL

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    I can't... they are just not there:scared:
     
  18. shmogt

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    Hmm I don't know than. You mean can't see them or just unavailable to buy?
     
  19. JevL

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    Can't see them, I'll make a picture today or tomorrow.
     
  20. JevL

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    Nvm.
     
    Last edited: Apr 22, 2012
  21. ANTthePANT79

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    Any way this depot could be refined to "proven" settings? Alot of these settings I see linked here are "I'm a bit of a newbie, but these seem to work" or "I think these are a good tune, but if you test them please let me know"...

    It would be nice to see a pro drifter or two posting settings that work... e.g. Olegonic or GAUZ, etc posting settings that work for them perfectly... Would be alot easier to work off these proven settings than to work off something someone through together and posted here...

    Thoughts?

    P.S. This thought came about when scanning through multiple different settings and finding almost no consistency among them...
     
  22. SolarPump

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    Anyone Got A Good Shelby Cobra 427 Drift Tune? I've Been Looking For A Week Now And Can't Seem To Find One. BTW This Is Late Game. (I Haz X2010 <3)
     
  23. DarkgamerNL

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    look on page 25 there you can find the cobra 427 tune
     
  24. whisp187

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  25. Lazy Liquid

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    Until when the first page will stills in a completly mess?
     
  26. nk4e

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    No excuses for myself..
     
  27. CommandoAir

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    RX-8 Type S '07
    Power: 362BHP
    Weight: 1195kg

    Parts to buy:

    Stage 1 Weight Reduction
    Window Weight Reduction
    Rear Wing (from GT Auto)
    Sports ECU
    Stage 1 & 2 Engine Tuning
    Sports Air Filter
    Titanium Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Sports Catalytic Converter
    Low RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Twin Plate Clutch
    Semi Racing Flywheel
    Carbon Propeller Shaft
    Fully Customisable Suspension
    Soft Comfort Tires


    Settings:

    Ride Height: 0/0
    Spring Rate: 8.0/8.8
    Dampers Extension: 4/4
    Dampers Compression: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3/3

    Camber angle: 0/0
    Toe angle: 0/0.20

    Brake Balance: 5/5

    Downforce: 0/20

    All driving aids off except ABS set to 1

    Little description of handling characteristics:
    This setup is tuned and tested at the Tsukuba track. It is pretty easy to drift and I recommend it for beginners. Entering and exiting the corners is smooth and controllable, sometimes under steers a tiny bit and could maybe do with a slight increase in power but I managed to drift it round the whole track pretty easily. Didn't over steer for me, flooring the throttle most of the time. Any feedback I would like.
     
  28. Flippin

    Flippin

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    Mistubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR (Premium)
    I will try to get a screen shot up later, but here it is:
    :)
    Buy everything available. Stg 3 Reduction, Hood, Reinforcements, High Turbo, Stg 3 Engine, ECU, Custom Gearbox, Racing Filter, Manifold, Twin Plate, Semi Racing Flywheel, Driveshaft, Center Diff, LSD, Racing Exhaust, Manifold, Cat, Custom Suspension, and CH Tires
    In GT Auto, make sure you do an oil change and get a wing on the back.
    Suzuka East.

    Suspension-- R/L
    Height: -25/-20
    Spring Rate: 10.0/12.0
    Dampers (Extension): 6/6
    Dampers (Compression): 6/6
    Anti-Roll: 2/2
    Camber: 2.4/1.5
    Toe: -.20/-.05

    LSD-- R/L
    Initial: 10/60
    Accel Sensitivity: 10/60
    Brake Sensitivity: 20/20

    Etc-- R/L
    Down Force: 0/20
    Brake Balance: 3/7
    Torque Split: 10/90

    Gearbox--
    Set to 155mph

    Review:
    Personally, I really like this set-up but I don't think it's perfect. The steering is a little stiff, and I suggest tapping the E-brake before entering a corner and then transitioning with power-over. The Evo is great on Suzuka East if you are going uphill. Going downhill I feel like there is just a little too much power and transitioning through some turns can be "weird". I use a controller, so you wheel-users might have to tweek these setting to your comfort level.
     
  29. CommandoAir

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    This is perfect, I use it all the time and get my highest scores, thanks!
     
  30. JevL

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    Can someone make a tune for the Blitz Dunlop ER34 Skyline '07 ?
    Tyvm!