Eh, quiet you!... you know you can whoop everyone's asses over here.Originally posted by Famine
- and I'm nothing special -
Bejeezes! What'd you win by?Originally posted by Famine
The hardest race I've ever won was an OLR in a full-tune Integra-R at Seattle, Arcade Mode Hard - 5 laps against the TS020, R390 and 787B... Scary, scary race.
Originally posted by j.brassy
Thanks for the help you two. I did what you said, but is there any way you can make the yaris handle better because it's turning in corners is terrible. Has anyone got any good suspension or LSD setting for the Yaris 1.5 RS.
Originally posted by ZZII
IMO Vitz Pro at SSR11 is THE most challenging race in the game. Italian Avant Grade is a close second. Many players who are used to killing the competition in an overpowered car cannot handle a fair race, let alone one where they are outmatched in power and handling (Avant Garde).
originally posted by famine
Italian Avante Garde is close to the MOST challenging race in the entire game - but only insofar as the most powerful car eligible won't help you win by much (or in fact win at all). The fact that I slaughtered the AI by an entire lap at SSR11 - and I'm nothing special - would attest to the not-trickiness of the race.
Originally posted by bondy_1625
the easiest way is to put on t2's and full mods and then when ure going round a corner LET GO of the accelerator you may slow down but you can take the corner faster if not accelerating through it! i know it sounds wierd but just try it youll see what i mean! whilt accelerating the vitz has one of the poorest turning circles on gt3 but if throttle is released while turning its has one of the best turning circles if u dont believe me try it for yourself u will be surprised as to how far ahead of the pack u can stay
Originally posted by bondy_1625
well i didnt say brake early but.......oh yeh i see well i couldntbe bothered to read the rest of the thread!
Originally posted by Famine
Italian Avante Garde is close to the MOST challenging race in the entire game - but only insofar as the most powerful car eligible won't help you win by much (or in fact win at all).
IMO the most difficult series is the Pro Elise.
Originally posted by Gt3iSaLlIc
I dunno about the formula GT, i found it fairly, easy mind you i was using a really good setup for my P001.
Yeeeeeaahh, but you would have most likely practised and practised with the Yaris, whereas our new friend here might be just going for it with no drive-time and stock setts...Originally posted by Famine
Drive better? I won every race by nearly a full lap...
Seeing as it's you, here's my precise Yaris 1.5RS settings for the Rome track - the only significant alteration they need is for the Test Course race, when you'll need to lengthen the gear ratios.
Yaris 1.5 RS, 280hp @ Rome Reverse (Pro/Vitz Trophy)
Tyres; T3 Front, T5 Rear
Springs; 7.0 Front, 9.5 Rear
Ride Height; 89 Front, 92 Rear
Damper Bound; 10 Front, 10 Rear
Damper Rebound; 10 Front, 10 Rear
Camber; 2.5 Front, 2.0 Rear
Toe; -1.0 Front, -2.0 Rear
Stabilisers; 4 Front, 4 Rear
Brakes; 22 Front, 19 Rear
LSD Initial; 5 Front, 0 Rear
LSD Accel; 5 Front, 0 Rear
LSD Decel; 5 Front, 0 Rear
Gears; Final 3.600 @ Auto 15
ASM 0, TCS 0
For the gear ratios, you may or may not know the "Tranny trick". For this trick you:
Move Final Drive full right (hold down R1...)
Move AutoGear full right, one step at a time, then full left. Now Auto is minimum @ maximum Final...
Move Final to the desired value - and only ever move the Final ratio to adjust ratios track-to-track.
The game stores two Final Drive values - one for current setting, and one for setting at which Auto was set. So by doing this trick you set the gear ratios as close as possible - useful in microscopic power-band cars like this - but still have the capability for the vehicles absolute top speed.