GTP's GT5 Public Drift Settings Depot

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

  1. CommandoAir

    CommandoAir

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    Ill have a go soon.

    Also, got a 300zx (i think) tune coming soon. Its another "weak" one for beginners really. And a sil80 for beginners.
     
  2. KieronF

    KieronF

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    180sx Drift tune??
     
  3. nk4e

    nk4e

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  4. boatsnhosguy

    boatsnhosguy

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    somebody PLEASE post a drift tune for the '01 honda nsx-r concept. im acually very surprised theres not one already.......
     
  5. Timeless

    Timeless

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    I can help with the FD drift setting. Add me
     
  6. MonGnoM

    MonGnoM (Banned)

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    anyone got a tune for the shelby series one supercharged?
     
  7. Lilrock714

    Lilrock714

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    looking for a tune for the lexus Sc430!!
     
  8. Crazyturk9

    Crazyturk9

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    Hey guy, can you do me a BIG favour and watch my video of drifting with a Nissan Z34 , i thought id share here because i got the setting for the Nissan z34 here on this site ! and this is to show people how this car drifts, if your planning to use it!

    Thank you!


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DAVj10b5UM&feature=plcp
     
  9. Charley01

    Charley01

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    '07 Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33)
    Power: 362hp (after 400km)
    Weight 1480Kg - No Weight Reduction
    480 Performance Points

    Driven with a Driving Force Pro.


    Parts to buy:

    Aerodynamic Wing
    Sports ECU
    Sports Intake Manifold
    Racing Air Filter
    Sports Exhaust Manifold
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Twin Plate Clutch
    Semi-Racing Flywheel
    Adjustable LSD
    Fully Customizable Suspension
    Brake Balance Controller (already fitted)
    Comfort Hard Tires


    Settings:
    Aero Downforce: 0/5
    Ride Height: -20/-18
    Spring rate: 9.6/7.5
    Extension: 7/6
    Compression: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bar: 1/1
    Camber angle (-): 1.5/0.5
    Toe angle: 0.00/0.00

    LSD: 5/60/60

    Brake Balance: 3/8

    ABS: 1


    I like to keep most of my drift cars factory weighted - I like to have something I can throw around. I tuned on Autumn Ring mini- Since I use the DFP I use a lot of feint initiation. Very easy to start the drift and power through to the exit. I do have a bit of trouble doing a larger turn in a higher gear (like last corner of Tsukuba without putting the nose into the pit entry lane.)

    This was my very first drift tune I did last summer, I'd like to perfect it now that I've got back into it. Any feedback would be great. Took a good few days to get everything feeling familiar. Still experience some snapback, but it could just be my counter steering isn't far enough.:nervous:

    Let me know what you think, or how the tune could benefit. I'm even open to weight reduction! :scared:
     
  10. MarionJ13

    MarionJ13

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    Could I request a drift tune for the chevrolet camero ss 2010. Tried it out and almost beat my best score without tuning. WeinerSchnitzel your s2000 2006 tune is wicked. I prefer to use the e brake to get it sideways. The settings I changed are:
    Weight reduction 1
    Wing areo set to 0/5
    stage 3 engine tune
    sports intake
    sports exhaust manifold
    Sports catalytic converter
    high rpm turbo
    maxed out drivetrain
    ch tires
    everything else is a copy of your set up

    It's got 423 hp and lightened up to 1175kg. You think that was a good idea? I'm averaging about 12-13k at tsubka in sector mode. Any good? Also I use a controller. Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Jun 20, 2012
  11. sileightysr20

    sileightysr20

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    someone got a tune for the Lotus Motor Sport Elise '99? thanks
     
  12. Yauma9

    Yauma9

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    After some tweaks, here it is:
    My own tune for the AE86

    Things to Buy:
    All upgrades (Buy supercharger instead of turbo, works better)

    Transmission: depends on personal taste

    LSD: 60/60/60

    Suspension:
    -20 / -20
    12.5 / 12.5
    8 / 8
    8 / 8
    1 / 1
    _______

    1.2 / 0.2
    0.00 / 0.20

    Brakes:
    5 / 6

    Tires: Comfort Hards
     
  13. RICEFREAK

    RICEFREAK

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    Yo yo in my opinion, I would lower down the initial toque for the LSD. The more initial torque u have, the more under-steer you will get while you drift and press the throttle.

    In addition, decompression should be lower than the compression. And about the turbo and supercharger, I would personally install supercharger. But if you like turbochargers, install the mid not the high cause high will give you insane turbo lag.
     
  14. zaidejas22

    zaidejas22

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    hey guys, ive recently purchased my all time fav car the 04 E46 M3 ... being stock it was fairly controllable with power + steering for drifting... but when i did the complete upgrade of parts, without a tune it seemed to rev like a knife through cream and disney on ice was my show, the car wasnt controlable... i tried various online tunes including Team SHMO and Thatonekid73... the car didnt seem to have the right feel (that was for me, others disagree) so managed to read online about the real deal drifting and customised the car... now it feels definitely well tuned.. i would still like criticism and open opinions to to better the dynamics of the car... heres my tune :))

    stage 3 weight
    window
    rigity improvement
    spolier
    sports ecu
    stage 3 engine
    best of intake and exhaust parts
    custome tranny
    best of drivetrain parts
    custom suspension
    sports hard tires

    spolier: 5

    tranny: default

    LSD:
    initial torque: 60
    acc. sen: 60
    braking: 40

    suspension:
    ride height: -20 : -15
    spring rate: 12.5 : 13
    dampers ext.: 6 : 8
    dampers comp.: 6 : 8
    anti roll: 6 : 6

    camber (-) : 2.5 : 0.5
    toe : -0.1 : -0.10

    braking: 4 : 8

    thats the tune :)) .... i use a G27 so the settings allow me to use the brake as a handbrake and cornerring is forgiving for little over or understeer :))
     
  15. Yauma9

    Yauma9

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    About LSD and Susp, I'll give it a try, and you just gave the exact reason why I changed the turbo. :dopey:
     
  16. MarionJ13

    MarionJ13

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    So let me start by saying I pretty much know nothing about car set ups however something I did here just felt right. This is my set up for the Scion FR-S '12. This is an offline set up for controller users. I usually use the e-brake to enter corners. I use automatic transmission.

    Body: Weight reduction 1, Body colour carbon hood
    Engine: Tuning stage 3, ECU tuning
    Intake: Sports intake manifold, Racing air filter
    Exhaust: Sports exhaust manifold, Sports catalytic converter, Titanium racing exhaust
    Tranny: Stock
    Drivetrain: Stock
    Suspension: Fully customizable
    Ride Height: -15/-15
    Spring Rate: 12.5/5.5
    Everything else stock
    Comfort Hard Tires.

    What I like about this set up: On just about every corner in Tsukuba I can just floor it and use the steering to adjust my angle.

    What I don't like about this set up: Online handles like crap.

    Any suggestions?
     
  17. CommandoAir

    CommandoAir

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    Tune for Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II NUR (R34) '02
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    Parts To Buy:

    Engine:
    Sports ECU

    Exhaust:
    Titanium Semi-Racing Exhaust

    Turbo Kits:
    High RPM-Range Turbo Kit

    Drivetrain:
    Clutch: Twin Plate
    Flywheel: Semi-racing
    Torque-Distributing Centre Differential
    Carbon Propeller Shaft

    Suspension:
    Fully Customisable Kit
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Settings:

    Aerodynamics:
    Front: 0
    Rear: 3

    Torque Distributing Centre Differential:
    Front: 10
    Rear: 90

    Suspension:
    Ride Height Front And Back: -25

    Camber Angle:
    Front: 2.0
    Rear: 0.5

    Tyres:
    Front: Sports Hard
    Rear: Comfort Soft
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------

    I find this drift tune a good all-round and would suggest it to beginners. The main thing to watch out for is being to aggressive with the hand-brake as this can make the car snap about a bit.

    Hope you enjoy this tune guys, I tried to make it easy to read and stuff, feedback appreciated :)
     
  18. GhostOfTsukuba

    GhostOfTsukuba

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    I remember my first tune that i looked up here like 2 years ago and it was for a s15. Since then ive used the exact same setup on every single car. But i have made small tweaks to change it for myself.

    Suspension

    Ride Height: All the way down.
    Spring rate: 10.5, 10.5
    Dampers (E): 5,5
    Dampers (C): 8,8
    Anti Roll: 4,4
    Camber Angle: 0, 0
    Toe Angle: 0, 0.25


    Brakes

    Brake Balance: 2,10


    Drivetrain

    LSD: 20,50,30


    Tires

    Comfort Soft


    I max out the car also. So max power, as light as possible and i adjust my driving for the car instead of the tune. Took me a while to learn to do this but i think it helped me a lot. I dont recommend this to newer drifters because it took me forever to figure out how not to spin out.
     
  19. FerrariEnzo15

    FerrariEnzo15

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    You can remove any mods from your car via settings sheets
     
  20. MarionJ13

    MarionJ13

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    Anyone have any drift tunes for the Chevrolet Camaro SS '10 or the Dodge Challenger SRT8 TC? I use a controller and comfort hards. Thanks!
     
  21. solidshark91493

    solidshark91493

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    Hm, I was looking for some settings for the Skyline TC's.. Really suprised theres NONE for all of the TC cars.. I currently need one for the R33.
    Anyone help me out a bit?
    Also, on a sidenote. I wanted to try and drift the FGT xD
    Got the settings down pretty good lol, But it spins out too easily still. once I get it drifting if I go a tad too far it will keep turning even if Im fully counter steering. Attempting to fix that. :D
     
  22. JoRdY105

    JoRdY105 Premium

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    Nissan Fairlady Z/ 370z (Z34) '08

    Bought from dealership, tuned out of the box

    Max Power: 477BHP
    Weight: 1239kg
    PP: 539

    Tuning Shop:

    Body/ Chassis:
    Weight Reduction Stage 1, 2 & 3
    Rigidity Improvement
    Window Weight Reduction
    Carbon Bonnet

    Engine:
    Engine Tuning Stage 1, 2 & 3
    Sports ECU

    Intake System:
    Sports Intake Manifold
    Racing Air Filter

    Exhaust:
    Titanium Racing Exhaust
    Sports Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports

    Transmission:
    Fully Customisable Transmission

    Drivetrain:
    Twin Plate Clutch
    Semi Racing Flywheel
    Carbon Propeller Shaft
    Fully Customisable LSD

    Suspension:
    Fully Customisable Kit

    Tyres:
    Comfort Hard


    GT Auto:

    Oil Change
    Rear Wing

    Front Spoiler, Extension, Rear Bumper & Wheels are Optional!


    Cost:
    Car = $43,750
    Tuning Shop = $180,650
    GT Auto (-Optionals) = $2,200

    Total Cost = $226,600

    Tuning:

    Body/Chassis
    Aero: Front:n/a Rear: 17

    Transmission

    Set Max Speed to 220 and then set Final Gear to 3.500

    Drivetrain

    LSD:
    Initial Torque: 45
    Acc. Sensitivity : 45
    Brake. Sensitivity: 30

    Suspension:

    Ride Height (mm): Front: -25 Rear: -25
    Spring Rate: Front: 13.2 Rear: 13.2
    Dampers (Ext.): Front: 3 Rear: 3
    Dampers (Comp.): Front: 3 Rear: 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: Front: 5 Rear: 7

    Wheel Alignment:

    Camber Angle (-): Front: 1.0 Rear: 0.7
    Toe Angle: Front: 0.12 Rear: -0.20

    Brakes:
    Brake Balance: Front: 6 Rear: 4


    Comments:
    First full drift tune. Using a controller at the moment and I E-Brake initiate. Tuned for my own personal tuning learning and to my own drifting taste, but thought that it turned out well so thought I would share it. Sticks nicely to its angles and holds to the inside of corners well. Needs a bit of work on the drivers part but that's what makes it fun, and I think it is very fun to drive. Will continue to improve some areas. Open for any improvements if anyone wants to give feedback as I'm in the process of learning!
     
    Last edited: Jul 23, 2012
  23. JoshOrcutt

    JoshOrcutt

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    Anyone got a good RS 6 Avant tune? I need one for the seasonal.

    Edit: other requests:
    Audi R8
    Buick Special
    V8 Vantage '99
     
  24. RattlerGUNZ

    RattlerGUNZ

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    Great set up,was 20 points shy of 10k on Tsukuba.Just started having fun with Drifting.
    [​IMG]
     
  25. RattlerGUNZ

    RattlerGUNZ

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    Nice set up,got 9.5K on Tsukuba.

    [​IMG]
     
  26. RattlerGUNZ

    RattlerGUNZ

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    Used this set up on a DS3 worked great,got 10.3k on Tsukuba.
    [​IMG]
     
  27. P3LON103

    P3LON103

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    Lancet evolution IX GSR
    Buy all upgrades Engine 1 2 3, ecu, turbo3 ....etc
    Fully custom suspension LSD Tourque differential Comfort hard
    Setting:
    LSD: 5:60 5:60 5:60
    Tourque differentia: 10:90

    Suspension:
    Height -10:-10
    spring rate: 11.0:11.0
    Dampers ext: 7:7
    Dampers com: 7:7
    Anti roll bars: 4:5
    Camber (-) 3.0:2.5
    Toe angle: -0.25:0.00

    It isn't perfect but its given me 20k on tsukuba just give the throttle some love and you'll getting all the points u want ps I'm using a controller
     
  28. MarionJ13

    MarionJ13

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    I've got a drift tune for the Scion FR-S '12 for the controller. Currently this is my record holder for sector mode at Tsukuba. The car feels great however it may be a little under powered for the longer corners but works great on tight to medium stuff like Tsukuba. Plus it's premium and looks great. I've never tested it online.

    378 HP
    1092Kg
    507pp
    Comfort Hard Tires

    Parts:

    Everything except chassis reinforcement

    Settings:

    Areo = 0/5

    Ballast = 0/0

    Power Limiter = 100%

    Transmission Top Speed = 180 km/h

    LSD = Torque 60 - Accel 60 - Braking 5

    Suspension = Ride Height -20/-20 - Spring Rate 14/8 - Dampers Ext and Comp 8/8 - Anti Roll 3/3 - Camber 1/0.4 - Toe 0/0.2

    Brake Balance = 5/6

    If anyone has any suggestions please let me know as I am not the most knowledgeable tuner. I tuned this strictly by feel.
     
    Last edited: Aug 4, 2012
  29. Stolendeath

    Stolendeath

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    So my brother reckoned I should make a Volkswagen 1200 '66 into a drift car (as a joke).. So I did. Here are my settings, tell me what you think...

    Parts to buy:

    All
    Comfort Hard Tyres


    Settings:

    TRANSMISSION:
    1st: 2.581
    2nd: 1.876
    3rd: 1.430
    4th: 1.148
    5th: 0.830
    Final: 3.195
    Top Speed: 130 KM/H (80 MP/H)

    LSD:
    Initial Torque: 7
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 20
    Braking Sensitivity: 14

    SUSPENSION:
    Ride height: -25/-25
    Spring rate: 8.7/10.3
    Shock bound: 7/7
    Shock rebound: 6/6
    Anti Roll Bars: 3/3
    Camber angle: 3.3/2.5
    Toe angle: -0.42/-0.07


    BRAKES:
    Brake Balance: 4/7

    ABS: 1
    No other driving aids
    Manual Transmission


    Notes: This car was really fun to drive, I tested it around Laguna Seca and Nurburgring Type V and it was awesome! I am not an amazing drifter, but it slides out easy enough, drifts best in 2nd/3rd gear.. In all very fun car, let me know what you think of the settings and how I can improve it! Thanks!!
     
  30. JoshOrcutt

    JoshOrcutt

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    Very nice tune sir. Works great.