GTP's GT5 Public Drift Settings Depot

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

  1. 1J JZX100

    1J JZX100 (Banned)

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    Im am not the same person, but i am a friend of him but that is besides the point i don't want to get banned for someone insinuating and then mods come asking me who i am maybe i hide my PSN because the community does not like me.

    My point being im not him, i know him and im trying to promote his tuning method because in my opinion it is one of the best, This is one thing he asked me to do because he got banned. I like it here so please try not to get me banned
     
  2. Eurotic

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    Anyone got settings for the HKS Genki Hyper Silvia RS2 '04?
     
  3. JDubya

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    Im gonna try this out on DS3 Controller ,and ill try it on logitech g27
     
  4. MorganGaming

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    someone in here should really try to tune the Ford Mustang V8 GT 07', its a drift beast. my tune is very rough, but i still love it. it would be nice to see someone that really knows how to tune that type of car to have a go at it.
     
    Last edited: Feb 19, 2013
  5. Adrenaline

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    3 Tunes for it at AdrenaTune, link in my sig.
    KROW_Racing probably the most notable of the three.
     
  6. MorganGaming

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    which one of the three is recommended for me?

    im currently running

    front: 9
    rear: 8
    front decompression: 4
    front compression: 4
    same in the rear.
    antiroll bars front: 4
    antiroll bars rear: 5

    lsd: everything at 60

    anything else is maxed at default settings.
     
  7. junjun26

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    Just got the Dream Drifter trophy,whew. Not easy, used my sprinter trueno s. shigeno version after watching how to do it on borodori video. Good s***.
     
  8. MonGnoM

    MonGnoM (Banned)

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    HERE IT IS!!! FORD MUSTANG V8 GT '07 Premium!!![​IMG]

    Colour: Dark Bronze Metallic
    Upgrades: Everything, but standart exhaust system, because of the sound...
    (i'm german, so i don't know how the parts are called in english)


    Here is the setup:

    Transmission
    set to 270 kmph.

    LSD setting:
    -INITIAL TORQUE: 40
    -ACCELERATION: 49
    -DECCELERATION: 25

    Suspension: (front rear)
    RIDE HEIGHT: -25 -25
    SPRING RATE: 14,3 9,2
    EXTENSION DAMPERS: 9 9
    COMPRESSION DAMPERS: 8 8
    ANTI ROLL BARS: 2 2
    CAMBER ANGLE: 1,4 0,7
    TOE: 0,00 0,20


    Once this beautiful beast is sideways, you'll never gonna drive in a straight line anymore!
    And with the standart exhaust, it sounds just like a real V8... :drool:

    (a little quote which fits to this car:
    Blackberry Smoke - COME ON Y'ALL, AIN'T NO JOKE, WATCH THE WORLD GO UP IN SMOKE!)
     
    Last edited: Feb 25, 2013
  9. mustangfan663

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    Tune for wheel or ds3 controller. Oh and I will share my drift tune for this car later. It's a tune for a wheel.
     
  10. MonGnoM

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    I'm currently using the Logitech Driving Force EX, a 200 degrees lock to lock wheel.
     
  11. Kitten

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    Imma later do a Tune sheet for the S13 RB26DETT. :3 Wheel Users.
     
  12. mustangfan663

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    Oh mine is a g27 900 lock to lock. But you can still try it. Will post it tommorow some time had a project to do.
     
  13. shmogt

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    Sup drift people. I made a guide on How to Make a Drift Setup recently and thought maybe some people in here would enjoy it. Hopefully it will help some people who want to learn how to tune drift cars and give them some more know how.
     
  14. fLUMMSTEIN

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    need settings to bmw z4 coupe 08. for controller thanks ! :)
     
  15. ChocolateSiao

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    Would need a gt-86 drift tune for controller.. Share please ! ^^
     
  16. ericgt5

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    does anyone know if the gt drivin force is an alright wheel for drifting?
     
  17. UrieHusky

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    It most certainly is.
     
  18. ErieFlow92

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    Do you know if this works with the '96 240SX (not the hatchback) by chance?
     
  19. DestroyAll

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    I've tried both tunes for the IS F, seemed to find something workable in between the two, but I cant seem to get rid of the excessive lateral roll. Any suggestions?
     
  20. aasikissa

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    97's supra drift tune?
     
  21. Gonales

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    Yeah, logically you'd be using higher numbers on the stabilizers, right?
     
  22. englevakten

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    Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG '02

    For analogue stick, digital pad, and also functional with LT GT wheel
    for low RPM wheel spin, and very, very long drifts at slow speed!

    A really good noob drifter, just slightly tap the gas,
    and the compressor does the rest!

    perfect 60km/t short cornering
    perfect 100km/t long corners

    all in 3rd. gear, no shifting necessary, just some slight initial E-brakes

    Body/Chassis:
    Full weight reduction, window, and rigidity improvement 1441kg.
    Engine:
    Only Stage +1 tuning
    Supercharger
    Leave the rest stock, ca. 592 BHP
    with oil change, rebuilt engine and rigidity
    (performance points ca. 557)

    Drivetrain:
    Twin-plate Clutch, Semi-racing Flywheel,
    LSD:
    initial torque: 5
    Acc. sens. 60
    Brake sens. 60

    Suspension (fully costomisable kit):
    -15 ride hight -25
    8.0 spring rate 6.0
    5 dampers all over
    3 anti-roll bars 3

    2.5 camber angle (-) 1.0
    0.00 Toe Angle 0.20

    Brakes:
    No ABS
    front 4 rear 8
    ABS ON
    front 5 rear 5

    Tyres:
    Comfort Hard

    This is the easiest car I've drifted so far, fun, and alot of smoke!
    Please reply to this post if your adjustments improve the setup!

    Regards, Englevakten

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  23. englevakten

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    Volvo 240 GLT Estate '88

    Crazy drift setup! Just the way I like it, and really easy to follow through on super long smokey drifts 3rd. through 5th. gear! :bowdown:

    Buy every upgrade possible, cause this Volvo is under-powered deluxe, think it's the DL version, not the GLT :idea:

    Max 302 BHP - Weight 1426 - PP 447

    Tyres
    Front: C. Med
    Rear: C. Hard

    Brakes as you like them, No ABS

    Trans as you like, I run max speed 163 km/h @ 7900rpm
    (depending on the track)

    Suspension
    -20 ride height -30
    5.0 spring rate 6.0
    4 dampers all round
    3 anti-roll bars 3

    0.0 camber 5.0
    0.00 Toe 0.20

    LSD 5/60/60

    Not your A typical setup, but after spending a week in the Volvo, this is what works for me

    Better then the previous 240 GLT setup I found here IMO.

    Post improvements!

    Regards, Englevakten

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  24. 2waydiff

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    i got a tune that uses sports hard
     
  25. Matrihx

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    Anyone have a drift tune for the BMW Concept 1 Series TII '07? Thanks in advance.
     
  26. Gonales

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    Please notify people of your type of controller, thanks. :)
     
  27. nk4e

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    ************************ Looks like I am being off hand again..
     
  28. Bodyguard

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    Hey drifters. Just 'cause you're so beautiful, here's a C63 AMG '08 tune (DS3) =)

    Upgrades: All besides Chassis Reinforcement


    Aero: 0/0


    Turbo: Mid RPM (Trust me)
    *Not sure why this car has turbos but no supercharger


    Transmission:

    1st - 4.662
    2nd - 3.128
    3rd - 2.138
    4th - 1.698
    5th - 1.372
    6th - 1.128
    7th - 0.966
    Final - 2.695
    Max Speed - 230mph


    LSD:

    Torque - 0/10
    Accel - 0/25
    Decel - 0/20


    Suspension:

    Ride Height - -30/-30
    Springs - 6.7/5.6
    Extension - 5/5
    Compression - 5/5
    Anti-Roll - 1/1

    Camber - 1.5/0.0
    Toe - 0.00/0.15


    Tyres:

    ALWAYS COMFORT HARD!


    Final Specs:

    763bhp (possibly some breaking in)
    1403kg
    590PP


    Extra Info:

    This car decided that it liked to over-rev constantly with a low RPM turbo, so I had to fit a mid RPM. If you're the kind of drifter who likes a revvy car, then try putting a low RPM turbo on my tune. Otherwise, the car is a bit slower to rise to high RPMs but it carries through the corner very easily afterwards. Also, I like... challenging tunes, so you may have to adjust it to your preference or maybe just learn to drift it. Either way, you won't be disappointed!

    Cheers, Dan.

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    Tsukuba Circuit_7 by xX-nilo-Xx, on Flickr
     
    Last edited: May 23, 2013
  29. Bodyguard

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    Also, have a gorgeous Chevelle SS 454 '70 (DS3) to brighten up your day =D


    Upgrades: All besides Chassis Reinforcement


    Aero: 0/15


    Turbo: Supercharger


    Transmission:

    1st - 3.443
    2nd - 2.309
    3rd - 1.667
    4th - 1.272
    5th - 1.026
    Final - 4.100
    Max Speed - 149


    LSD:

    Torque - 0/10
    Accel - 0/25
    Decel - 0/20


    Suspension:

    Ride Height - -30/-30
    Springs - 8.4/8.4
    Extension - 4/4
    Compression - 4/4
    Anti-Roll - 1/1

    Camber - 1.5/1.0
    Toe - 0.00/0.05


    Tyres:

    ALWAYS COMFORT HARD!


    Final Specs:

    830bhp (after breaking in)
    1329kg
    592PP


    Extra Info:

    As big a car this is, it is a terrific drifter; at the moment, it is my favourite drift car. I will warn you now: don't expect to break any world records with this thing, it is a pleasure tune. This car will get to extreme angles and not spin out, just watch out on the braking! It is quite slow and I managed to get a 1:19 on Tsukuba (with a continuous smoke trail), so I would definitely recommend it to a new drifter or even a muscle car enthusiast. You won't be disappointed.

    Cheers, Dan.

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    Tsukuba Circuit_3 by xX-nilo-Xx, on Flickr
     
    Last edited: May 23, 2013
  30. Bodyguard

    Bodyguard

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    Ever feel like you want to drift a car that's both brilliant to drive and drop dead beautiful? Well, enjoy this DB9 Coupe '06 (DS3) tune =)


    Upgrades: All besides Chassis Reinforcement


    Aero: 0/0


    Turbo: N/A


    Transmission:

    1st - 3.310
    2nd - 2.300
    3rd - 1.713
    4th - 1.337
    5th - 1.096
    6th - 0.801
    Final - 3.540
    Max Speed - 186


    LSD:

    Torque - 0/10
    Accel - 0/25
    Decel - 0/20


    Suspension:

    Ride Height - -10/-25
    Springs - 6.0/6.0
    Extension - 4/4
    Compression - 4/4
    Anti-Roll - 1/1

    Camber - 5.0/6.5
    Toe - 0.00/0.00


    Tyres:

    ALWAYS COMFORT HARD!


    Final Specs:

    644bhp
    1387kg
    572PP


    Extra Info:

    So... this car amazes me every time I drift it; it has character. This Aston has more than enough power to drift, even the gearbox is pretty much set up to drift without tweaking, yet it still wants to grip. Depending on your drifting style you may have to adjust the camber, but I thought that it needed that much camber to be a fun drifter. As a starter car, though, low camber is fine; however that extra bit of camber really turns it into a superb and complex drifter. Don't be afraid to apply the throttle, it hardly ever bites =)

    Cheers, Dan.

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    Tsukuba Circuit_3 by xX-nilo-Xx, on Flickr