Jeje6410 GT Sport Tune Garage (updates regurlaly / 09/11/18)

Discussion in 'GTS Tuning' started by Jeje6410, Oct 9, 2017.

  1. Retiree

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    Your girls did a great job with the Ferrari, it's still a bit tail happy but you can either slow down a bit, or keep the foot in it and have a lot of fun. I hit the fence a few times but that was so I could go to the pits and watch those girls work on it .:D
    I couldn't get the last 3 gears to match yours so what's the new procedure now? I'm a bit old to be learning all this new stuff.:dunce:

    And seb 15000 you'll have to fight Jeje to get in that garage!!:lol::lol:
     
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  2. Jeje6410

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    Thanks a lot my dear friend Lindsey for having tested this Ferrari. It's always a real pleasure for me to read your enjoy. :cheers::cheers:
    I don't known why you can't get the last 3 gears. I will see that.:cheers:
     
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  3. Trexican24

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    How did you get your downforce to 750 in the rear? And 400 in the front?
     
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  4. Trexican24

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    When you made this tune was it for Gran Turismo sport?
     
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  5. Retiree

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    Yes it is, the terms and paremeters are different now.
     
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  6. Trexican24

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    Got ya
     
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  7. Jeje6410

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    by changing the base value

    Yes it's for Gt Sport
     
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  8. Trexican24

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    Ok I’m sorry guys I can’t find the msg with the fella who wanted the Ferrari but here you go gr 4 Ferrari
     

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  9. JockeP22

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    Thanks for this tune. :)
    Are you still happy with the tune?

    And what do you think of the Gr.4 Lexus. Have you tried it also?
     
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  10. Jeje6410

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    Thanks a lot @JockeP22 for having tested and used this Lexus. It's a real pleasure for me to read your enjoy. :cheers:. I am very happy with this gearbox.
    No I haven't tried the Lexus RC F Gr.4 again. Thanks again @JockeP22 :cheers::cheers:
     
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  11. Jeje6410

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    Porsche 911 RSR (991) '17

    517 ch
    488,5 Nm
    1243 kg
    MR

    Ratio power 100%
    Ratio weight reduction 100%

    Traction control
    1

    Tires
    Racing Soft

    Brakes front/rear distribution
    -1

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    68mm/75mm // 2.67inch/2.95inch
    2.90hz/2.90hz
    7/7
    56/55
    85/85
    2.00/2.00
    Out -0.04/In +0.20

    Downforce
    F/R
    400/750

    FC LSD
    8/6/14

    FC Transmission
    Max speed 260 km/h
    Final Gear at 3.800
    1st 2.406/124
    2nd 1.869/160
    3rd 1.611/185
    4th 1.411/212
    5th 1.267/236
    6th 1.138/278
    For suits the track adjust just the max speed.

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    Good drive and enjoy :cheers:
     
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  12. Retiree

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    Great photo Jeje, I like those stand out colours. Shall try your tune later today.:cheers::cheers:
     
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  13. Jeje6410

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    Thanks my dear friend Lindsey :cheers:
     
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  14. MrWaflz55

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    I tried out the 458 GT3 tune and the turn-in is so snappy! The thing just ate up chicanes. But some other handling aspects are still quite wild. Long corners don't suit it very well.
     
  15. Jeje6410

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    Thanks a lot for your feedback and for having used this car. Thanks again @MrWaflz55 :cheers:
     
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  16. K1LLD0z3R

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    Hi Jeje, thanks for making and sharing your GTS tunes. I am having trouble understanding the ride height 65?

    Edit: oops I’m in the wrong car.
     
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  17. Jeje6410

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    Thanks a lot my dear friend. It's a pleasure for me :cheers:
     
  18. Brewguy44

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    Hello again my friend, glad to see you opened your garage. Looking forward to trying your tunes. I'm getting ready to open my garage pretty soon, I'm got to try your RSR tune, I really like that car.
     
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  19. Jeje6410

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    Thanks a lot my friend. It will be with pleasure if you can try my tunes. I wait your garage and yours beautifuls tunes with impatience. Thanks again my dear friend :cheers::cheers:
     
  20. Jeje6410

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    Chevrolet Corvette C7 Gr.3

    559 ch
    738,9 Nm
    1300 kg
    FR

    Ratio power 100%
    Ratio weight reduction 100% niveau 2

    Traction control
    1

    Tires
    Racing Hard at Racing Soft

    Brakes front/rear distribution
    0

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    65mm/75mm // 2.55inch/2.95inch
    2.90hz/2.90hz
    5/6
    56/56
    87/87
    0.00/0.00
    Out -0.04/In +0.20

    Downforce
    F/R
    380/760

    FC LSD
    8/6/14

    FC Transmission
    Max speed 260 km/h
    Final Gear 3.500
    1st 2.252/119
    2nd 1.781/151
    3rd 1.451/185
    4th 1.245/216
    5th 1.105/243
    6th 0.987/280
    Final Gear at 3.390
    For suits the track adjust just the Final Gear

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    Good drive and enjoy :cheers:
     
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  21. Jeje6410

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    BMW Z4 GT3 '11

    516 ch
    514,9 Nm
    1166 kg
    FR

    Ratio power 100%
    Ratio weight reduction 98% niveau 2

    Traction control
    1

    Tires
    Racing Hard at Racing Soft

    Brakes front/rear distribution
    0

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    75mm/80mm // 2.95inch/3.14inch
    2.90hz/2.90hz
    6/7
    54/55
    86/86
    1.00/1.00
    Out -0.04/In +0.14

    Downforce
    F/R
    390/770

    FC LSD
    8/6/20

    FC Transmission
    Max speed 270 km/h
    Final Gear 3.490
    1st 2.686/122
    2nd 2.174/151
    3rd 1.808/182
    4th 1.541/214
    5th 1.366/241
    6th 1.240/278
    Final Gear at 3.490
    For suits the track adjust just the Final Gear

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    Good drive and enjoy :cheers:
     
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  22. Jeje6410

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    I would like someone to tell me if my cars with a camber angle of zero is suitable for pilots or not. I see that all other tuners use larger angle camber. So I would have liked to have your opinion on it. I tried it fast on my Z4 with a camber angle of 0.4 (in front and rear) and I'm faster. So according to you and your tests should I change or does it suit you? Thank you for your answers it will help me a lot.

    Good drive and enjoy :cheers:
     
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  23. MINKIHL

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    Hello mate :)

    Maybe i can answer on your question because i have tried it allready, after i saw your setups (of course) :p.
    I tried it on the Porsche aswell, i also tried your setup and compared it to mine.

    First of all: To make a real quality Camber setting, GT Sport dont give us enough information, to setup the camber in quality. Because u need telemetry of the wheel during cornering (even rfactor had that: U saw the tire in 3 pieces during ur test driving...the temp inside mid and outside). So theres the only way to setup that with knowing how it works (kind of) and to feel it on track.

    Normally you try to put as much as possible for good and direct corner entry, but less as possible for less tire wear.
    Of course i tried it to drive with 3.0 camber and with 0 and the tire wear was comprehensible and the fact that the inside is overheating...i dont know i havent felt that, but maybe iam wrong. I also tune the the camber for more stability during cornering and for that i lower the toe on the rear to have more cornering in fast corners. Because of that i can also add lower LSD to have more power out of the corner because the more negativ camber on rear makes also more stability out of the corner.
    Only negativ effect: maybe a lower top speed

    So your setup is very good and stable, but i feel like that the car dont really want to follow my steering inputs, can depend on driving style.
    Iam pretty sure my setups are not for everyone aswell but at the end i try to manage a stable car which you feel it want to go to apex if YOU want it :)

    But at the end i would suggest a bit camber, depends on car of course, but iam trying never to go under -1,5 front and -1,0 rear... for me this values feels the lowest limit

    i hope i could help you mate and answer to your question :)
     
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  24. Jeje6410

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    thank you very much my friend for taking the time to answer me and explain to me how to make your cars. Indeed, it must also depend on the driving style. I find the settings very different from Gt6. But I understand what you mean. Thank you again for all. Good luck with your cars. Thanks also for your comments. :cheers:

    Good drive and enjoy :cheers:
     
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  25. MINKIHL

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    no problem :)
     
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  26. Hotspace 5150

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    will this work in miles per hour ? and are your driving options and are you using a wheel or a game controller ? and what other tuning setups have you done so far ?
     
  27. fordlaser

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    I use this car for Mount Panorama Motor Circuit Time Trial, the car felt really good :) until I went up the hill, the rear end step out in some tight corners so I put 1.4 on the a Rear Camber and left the front 0.0 and change the final gear to 3.700 to suit the track. After doing the couple of changes to your car, I am very happy with this car so far my friend :cheers: after a few laps, I see if I can make it faster with more practise :tup:.
    My Great Capture Screenshot 2017-11-16 14-27-12.png
     
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  28. Jeje6410

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    Thanks a lot my dear friend Chris. It makes me very happy to see that you have tried this car. I was looking forward to your comments and they will help me a lot. Thanks again my dear friend :cheers::cheers:
     
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  29. Jeje6410

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    Alfa Romeo 4C Gr.4

    300 ch
    356,4 Nm
    1020 kg
    MR

    Ratio power 100% niveau 2
    Ratio weight reduction 100%

    Traction control
    1

    Tires
    Racing Hard at racing soft

    Brakes front/rear distribution
    0

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    60mm/64mm // 2.36inch/2.51inch
    2,65hz/2,65hz
    8/7
    54/55
    84/86
    1.00/1.00
    Out -0.06/In +0.20

    Downforce
    F/R
    250/550

    FC LSD
    10/6/20

    FC Transmission
    Max speed 270 km/h
    Final Gear at 4.118
    1st 2.311/90
    2nd 1.661/125
    3rd 1.342/155
    4th 1.117/186
    5th 0.964/216
    6th 0.833/267
    Final Gear at 4.118
    For suits the track adjust just the Final Gear

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    Good drive and enjoy :cheers:
     
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  30. Jeje6410

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    Lamborghini Huracan GT3 '15

    585 ch
    580,1 Nm
    1230 kg
    MR

    Ratio power 100%
    Ratio weight reduction 100%

    Traction control
    1

    Tires
    Racing Hard at racing soft

    Brakes front/rear distribution
    0

    FC Suspension
    F/R
    70mm/75mm // 2.75inch/2.95inch
    2.90hz/2.90hz
    6/7
    56/55
    85/85
    1.00/1.00
    Out -0.04/In +0.25

    Downforce
    F/R
    350/800

    FC LSD
    8/6/15

    FC Transmission
    Max speed 270 km/h
    Final Gear at 3.500
    1st 2.699/113
    2nd 2.031/151
    3rd 1.668/184
    4th 1.425/215
    5th 1.259/243
    6th 1.128/282
    Final Gear at 3.550
    For suits the track adjust the Final Gear

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    Good drive and enjoy :cheers:
     
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