Jump_Ace's Tuning Garage

Discussion in 'GTS Tuning' started by Jump_Ace, Nov 23, 2017.

  1. willbegone

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    thanks ,will try this today
     
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  2. RodeRuner1967

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    Why is the rear end ride height bottomed out?
     
  3. Jump_Ace

    Jump_Ace Staff Emeritus

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    Stability when exiting corners. You can raise the rear ride height if you want to introduce more oversteer. I like it where it's at now, but feel free to play around with the rear RH and see the difference for yourself :tup:


    Jerome
     
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    Ferrari GTO - N400
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    Sometimes there seems to be one thing that keeps a car from driving properly, this time it was the LSD Braking Sensitivity. I wasted a ton of time trying to tune the car elsewhere. I popped this up to 20 and it felt smoother when turning in. I set it to 30 and it felt right. Typically, I find this setting to ease/hinder turning, not how smooth it flows through the apex. Strange as that is, she is ready. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

    Track - Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya Grand Prix Layout
    Horsepower (hp) - 393
    Torque (ft-lb)- 368.8
    Weight (lbs) - 2,557
    Drivetrain - MR
    Tires - Sport: Soft
    ABS - Default
    Countersteering Assist - Off
    TCS -
    BB -
    Ride Height - 3.15 / 3.15
    Natural Frequency - 2.50 / 2.25
    Anti-Roll Bars - 7 / 4
    Damping Ratio (Compression) - 58 / 53
    Damping Ration (Rebound) - 87 / 85
    Negative Camber Angle - 0.0 / 1.5
    Toe Angle - Out 0.00 / In 0.20
    Downforce -
    Front LSD -
    Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 30
    Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
    Top Speed - 186
    1st - 3.384 / 62
    2nd - 2.323 / 89
    3rd - 1.724 / 121
    4th - 1.324 / 155
    5th - 1.094 / 195
    6th -
    7th -
    8th -
    Final Gear - 2.900

    Enjoy!


    Jerome
     
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  5. Jump_Ace

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    Gran Turismo Red Bull X2014 Standard - Gr. X
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    I had to spend some time tuning this car just for the offline content races. She was unpredictable coming out of corners. If you want more control than this, increase the DF to 1150 / 2000. I prefer it like it is below because in this car you can actually see the amount of top speed and acceleration you are losing with the higher DF. Buyer Beware: the lead car in the offline race at St. Croix is STUPID fast, like thats a bug, fast. I'd suggest using Racing: Soft tires against him, and practice the course well. #youvebeenwarned :lol: No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

    Track - Red Bull Ring
    Horsepower (hp) - 798
    Torque (ft-lb)- 280.4
    Weight (lbs) - 1,433
    Drivetrain - MR
    Tires - Racing: Hard
    ABS - Default
    Countersteering Assist - Off
    TCS -
    BB -
    Ride Height - 1.97 / 1.97 (can't change it)
    Natural Frequency - 6.00 / 5.75
    Anti-Roll Bars - 7 / 5
    Damping Ratio (Compression) - 56 / 53
    Damping Ration (Rebound) - 84 / 85
    Negative Camber Angle - 0.5 / 1.0
    Toe Angle - Out 0.00 / In 0.50
    Downforce - 1050 / 1850
    Front LSD -
    Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 10
    Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
    Top Speed - 224
    1st - 3.314 / 73
    2nd - 2.335 / 104
    3rd - 1.806 / 135
    4th - 1.467 / 166
    5th - 1.253 / 194
    6th - 1.125 / 216
    7th - 1.064 / 232
    8th -
    Final Gear - 5.019

    Enjoy!


    Jerome
     
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  6. Jump_Ace

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    Jaguar E-Type Coupe - N300
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    Definitely a car that needs no intro, this sleek and stylish car drives just like you'd expect from one in that era. I made a few tweaks, but increasing the dampers made the most improvement. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

    Track - Suzuka Circuit
    Horsepower (hp) - 264
    Torque (ft-lb)- 260.3
    Weight (lbs) - 2,866
    Drivetrain - FR
    Tires - Sport: Soft
    ABS - Default
    Countersteering Assist - Off
    TCS -
    BB -
    Ride Height - 4.49 / 3.98
    Natural Frequency - 2.00 / 1.75
    Anti-Roll Bars - 6 / 6
    Damping Ratio (Compression) - 65 / 61
    Damping Ration (Rebound) - 93 / 93
    Negative Camber Angle - 0.0 / 2.0
    Toe Angle - Out 0.00 / In 0.60
    Downforce -
    Front LSD -
    Rear LSD - 10 / 5 / 20
    Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
    Top Speed - 162
    1st - 2.312 / 56
    2nd - 1.680 / 77
    3rd - 1.306 / 99
    4th - 1.063 / 122
    5th - .906 / 169
    6th -
    7th -
    8th -
    Final Gear - 3.310

    Enjoy!


    Jerome
     
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  7. RodeRuner1967

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    Thank you for the response. I asked because I haven’t seen that since GT6 :D :cheers:
     
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  8. Paparachi

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    Hi friend! Could you help me with some setups for Viper SRT GT3-R and Corvette C7 gr3 with bop in Fuji Speedway GT? Is very important, Thank you very much for your work!
     
  9. Jump_Ace

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    I don't tune BoP because PD can change the values on us, sorry mate!


    Jerome
     
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  10. Romafo72

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    These tunes work very well with BOP on. No need to worry about that. Thanks Jerome. :cool:
     
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  11. Jump_Ace

    Jump_Ace Staff Emeritus

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    Ah okay good to know!


    Jerome
     
  12. Jump_Ace

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    Chevrolet Corvette C7 - Gr. 3
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    One lesson to be learned from this tune; lowering the rear Rebound Dampers helps with high speed understeer. Zeroing out the Toe and dropping the LSD helped more than I expected. She also loved the increased roll bars, but I had to keep the rear lower for the corner exit stability/confidence. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

    Track - Fuji Speedway: F
    Horsepower (hp) - 551
    Torque (ft-lb)- 545.3
    Weight (lbs) - 2,866
    Drivetrain - FR
    Tires - Racing: Hard
    ABS - Default
    Countersteering Assist - Off
    TCS -
    BB -
    Ride Height - 2.99 / 2.76
    Natural Frequency - 3.25 / 2.75
    Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 7
    Damping Ratio (Compression) - 56 / 54
    Damping Ration (Rebound) - 86 / 84
    Negative Camber Angle - 0.5 / 3.0
    Toe Angle - Out 0.00 / In 0.00
    Downforce - 300 / 750
    Front LSD -
    Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
    Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
    Top Speed - 193
    1st - 2.255 / 71
    2nd - 1.633 / 99
    3rd - 1.282 / 126
    4th - 1.056 / 153
    5th - .912 / 177
    6th - .826 / 201
    7th -
    8th -
    Final Gear - 3.500

    Enjoy!


    Jerome
     
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  13. CustomX

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    Lovely tune, man. Enjoying it. I ramped power up to max, but everything else is the same. Fun ride.
     
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  14. Jump_Ace

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    Cool! Glad you like it!



    Jerome
     
  15. jaytmtb

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    Hey Jump_Ace, Thank you so much for the great tunes :cheers:
     
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  16. Jump_Ace

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    Cheers mate!


    Jerome
     
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  17. jr4737

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    Hi. thanks for your tune.

    Thanks for your hard work
     
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  18. Satomiblood

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    Ford Focus? I tried seeing if your Civic tune would work as a base, but I’m not so sure.
     
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  19. Jump_Ace

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    Sure man, hopefully this week sometime. Right now I'm being Mr. Mom to both kids as my wife has the flu.


    Jerome
     
  20. Satomiblood

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    Hope you and your family recover.
     
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  21. Jump_Ace

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    Ford Focus ST - N300
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    I started the tune as I normally do with FF cars; increase rear NF, dropping the all but the AS LSD to 5's, dropped the front RH and increased the front camber (and decreased the rear), but what really made the tune come alive was the toe and dropping the rear RH. Anytime I stiffened the dampers she over-reacted when exiting turns, so I just left the front Rebound Damper up to help with corner exit turn-in. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

    Track - Autodromo De Interlagos
    Horsepower (hp) - 250
    Torque (ft-lb)- 269.7
    Weight (lbs) - 3,223
    Drivetrain - FF
    Tires - Sport: Soft
    ABS - Default
    Countersteering Assist - Off
    TCS -
    BB -
    Ride Height - 3.35 / 3.35
    Natural Frequency - 1.60 / 1.80
    Anti-Roll Bars - 7 / 8
    Damping Ratio (Compression) - 60 / 60
    Damping Ration (Rebound) - 94 / 90
    Negative Camber Angle - 2.5 / 0.0
    Toe Angle - In 0.00 / Out 0.10
    Downforce -
    Front LSD -
    Rear LSD - 5 / 45 / 5
    Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
    Top Speed - 149
    1st - 2.893 / 42
    2nd - 2.028 / 59
    3rd - 1.515 / 80
    4th - 1.183 / 102
    5th - .966 / 125
    6th - .825 / 157
    7th -
    8th -
    Final Gear - 4.063

    Enjoy!


    Jerome
     
  22. Satomiblood

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    Nice!

    I ran a random lobby over the weekend exclusive to cars of the 80s/90s. The BMW M3 Sport Evolution '89 was featured quite a bit and it might be a car I try to include in my rotation. However, I just realized that I don't have a tune for that one. Is that something you might want to try out?
     
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  23. Jump_Ace

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    Sure man, I'll put her on the list.


    Jerome
     
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  24. jr4737

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    Just wonder Renault Sport LSD setting
     
  25. Jump_Ace

    Jump_Ace Staff Emeritus

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    I'll double check the LSD settings for you.


    Jerome
     
  26. Jump_Ace

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    Looks like a copy/paste typo. I'll go remove the front LSD as its RWD and not 4WD. Thanks for the heads up!


    I have about 4 of the new cars tuned, but finding time with the holidays and the flu and other family stuff, it's been tough. Soon though :tup:


    Jerome
     
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  27. jr4737

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    Thanks for reply
    look forward to it
    :tup:
     
  28. Romafo72

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    Great tune Jerome. :cheers: Completed all seven races with gold on first try. Passed for p1 at the halfway lap in each race. Then the rubberband kicked in and you can only keep a 10-15 second lead until the end.
     
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  29. Jump_Ace

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    I've been beyond swamped with the holidays and my time off I've been building my lego star wars sets and knee deep in Assetto Corsa (#donbeh8n). I'll try and post these 4 tunes I mentioned this week :tup:

    And I will say tuning in AC feels like boxing with one arm at times :lol:


    Jerome
     
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  30. Satomiblood

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    Yeah, that tune is pretty good. I've won 3 of the races so far.

    Also, welcome back to Jerome. Looking forward to trying out some more of your tunes.
     
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