Honda Civic Type R (EK) '98 tune and suggestion for TT

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OK, so I wanted to try out my old tune for '97 model from GT5 for approx 430-480PP, and it works fine with GTS on CM tires but some suggestions would be nice.

Since it is used for Sport TT mode Power and Weight are limited to max 109% (197HP) and 96% (1008kg)

Here is tune:
Code:
TC:
0

Tires F/R:
CM/CM

Brakes:
2

Suspension:
Ride Hight F/R: 85mm/85mm
Natural Freq F/R: 2.00/2.20
ARB F/R: 7/3
Damping Ratio (Comp) % F/R: 58/61
Damping Ratio (Rebo) % F/R: 90/88
Negative Camber Angle F/R: 1.0/1.2
Toe Angle F/R: -0.05/0.20

Drivetrain LSD:
Initial Torque: 60
Accel: 40
Brake: 20

Transmission - as one wish, I usually go for short shifts in this kind of car since it is high rev with torque and power at the end of the curve.

1:32.2 is my time on Willow Springs TT with a lot of time to improve and using DS4

Thanks in advance
 
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OK, so I wanted to try out my old tune for '97 model from GT5 for approx 430-480PP, and it works fine with GTS on CM tires but some suggestions would be nice.

Since it is used for Sport TT mode Power and Weight are limited to max 109% (197HP) and 96% (1008kg)

Here is tune:
Code:
TC:
0

Tires F/R:
CM/CM

Brakes:
2

Suspension:
Ride Hight F/R: 85mm/85mm
Natural Freq F/R: 2.00/2.20
ARB F/R: 7/3
Damping Ratio (Comp) % F/R: 58/61
Damping Ratio (Rebo) % F/R: 90/88
Negative Camber Angle F/R: 1.0/1.2
Toe Angle F/R: -0.05/0.20

Drivetrain LSD:
Initial Torque: 60
Accel: 40
Brake: 20

Transmission - as one wish, I usually go for short shifts in this kind of car since it is high rev with torque and power at the end of the curve.

1:32.2 is my time on Willow Springs TT with a lot of time to improve and using DS4

Thanks in advance
I think you should use much less lock on the diff, the car doesn't turn easily already.
If I could use 5/5/5 I would, but that was not enough out of corners and I could feel power was wasted to inside wheel, so I set it to 5/15/5 and it was fine.

Also AntiRollbars, you should be looking to lift inside rear and keep both front wheels connected to the track. I think if you load outside front too much you will get worse understeer. Personally I used 2/10

Camber I recommend trying -6 rear. It helps reducing inside rear grip, and makes rear looser on entry.