Jump_Ace's Tuning Garage

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Audi TTS Coupe '14 - N300
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This tune deserves a shout out for my man, @ItsAllAboutWins. He came up with the tune during the beta, I'm just sharing it. Since Spring Rate disappeared with the beta, I left the newly added Natural Frequency default. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Dragon Trail - Seaside
Horsepower (hp) - 305
Torque (ft-lb)- 280.6
Weight (lbs) - 3,053
Drivetrain - 4WD
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 0
Ride Height - 4.33 / 5.51 ??mm
Natural Frequency - 1.50 / 1.50
Anti-Roll Bars - 5 / 5
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 58 / 58
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 88 / 88
Negative Camber Angle - 1.2 / 1.6
Toe Angle - Out .15 / In .01
Downforce -
Front LSD - 5 / 40 / 15
Rear LSD - 5 / 40 / 20
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 137
1st - 3.421 / 44
2nd - 2.462 / 61
3rd - 1.878 / 80
4th - 1.497 / 101
5th - 1.246 / 121
6th - 1.084 / 144
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.444


Enjoy!


Jerome
I'm stuck on ride height mate
 

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I'm stuck on ride height mate

The front ride height is floored all the way to the bottom. The rear is 3 'ticks' to the left of the center line.

Just googling inches to mm the numbers are:

Front - 4.33in = 109.982mm (110mm should be correct)
Rear - 5.51in = 139.954mm (140mm should be about right)

Hope that helps man!


Jerome
 

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Audi R8 LMS (Audi Sport Team WRT) - Gr. 3
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This car was surprisingly easy to get to behave coming out of those early tight turns. The real difficult part that took me a couple hours was getting the high speed responsiveness without compromising on the slow turn exit stability. I think I've got a good compromise, without compromise. I had to continue to increase the downforce and camber to get what felt right. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Lake Maggiore
Horsepower (hp) - 585
Torque (ft-lb)- 405.7
Weight (lbs) - 2,701
Drivetrain - MR
Tires - Racing: Hard
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 4
Ride Height - 3.23 / 3.23
Natural Frequency - 3.00 / 3.00
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 53 /55
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 86 / 88
Negative Camber Angle - 3.0 / 2.0
Toe Angle - Out .25 / In .25
Downforce - 400/ 800
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 15 / 5 / 30
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 186
1st - 2.648 / 74
2nd - 1.949 / 101
3rd - 1.551 / 127
4th - 1.294 / 152
5th - 1.132 / 174
6th - 1.037 / 196
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.462

Enjoy!


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Lamborghini Veneno - N800
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Ever hear of an understeery Lamborghini before? Me neither. Alas, this 739hp beast was. I say beast simply because we can't adjust the downforce which limits what we can do a bit. Because of it's massive HP I decided to tune the car on Racing Hard tires. Why you may ask? Sanity, and other far less powered Gr. 4/3 cars would be driven on Racing Hard tires without question. While it can be driven on Sports Soft tires, it skates around like the Disney Stars On Ice. I set the transmission up kind of long to help prevent the understeer that seems to swing the car wide, it helps slightly. The brakes in this car feel broken (likely due to its weight), so brake early, especially if you drive it on Sports Soft tires. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Kyoto Driving Park - Miyabi
Horsepower (hp) - 739
Torque (ft-lb)- 531.6
Weight (lbs) - 3,197
Drivetrain - 4WD
Tires - Racing: Hard
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - -5
Ride Height - 2.56 / 4.53
Natural Frequency - 2.65 / 2.15
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 9
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 61 /53
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 91 / 83
Negative Camber Angle - 3.0 / 3.0
Toe Angle - Out .25 / In .60
Downforce -
Front LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 230
1st - 3.156 / 63
2nd - 2.163 / 92
3rd - 1.630 / 122
4th - 1.291 / 155
5th - 1.076 / 174
6th - .942 / 186
7th - .867 / 212
8th -
Final Gear - 3.540

Enjoy!


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Porsche 911 RSR (991) - Gr. 3
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It was nice tuning the other Porsche's first. This tune took me one attempt going off memory, plus one final tweak to get her going at Interlagos. She is a really fun ride there, Senna would be proud...hopefully :lol: No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Interlagos
Horsepower (hp) - 509
Torque (ft-lb)- 360.5
Weight (lbs) - 2,740
Drivetrain - MR
Tires - Racing: Hard
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 0
Ride Height - 2.56 / 2.56
Natural Frequency - 3.15 / 3.15
Anti-Roll Bars - 4 / 4
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 55 /54
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 85 / 83
Negative Camber Angle - 0 / 3.0
Toe Angle - Out 0 / In .50
Downforce - 320 / 750
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 10 / 5 / 10
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 168
1st - 2.592 / 71
2nd - 1.958 / 94
3rd - 1.587 / 117
4th - 1.347 / 138
5th - 1.197 / 155
6th - 1.114 / 176
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.800

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Ferrari F40 - N500
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A modern classic that needs no introduction. What a fun car to drive and that sound, yessss please! The brakes are a little weak, so you'll need to stay diligent on your braking points and ease into the throttle, then once you are done with turn in, smash it. I also drove her at Tokyo Outer Loop and she fared well there too. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Brands Hatch
Horsepower (hp) - 471
Torque (ft-lb)- 425.2
Weight (lbs) - 2,425
Drivetrain - MR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - -1
Ride Height - 3.70 / 3.58
Natural Frequency - 2.50 / 2.50
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 54 /58
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 89 / 89
Negative Camber Angle - 0.5 / 2.5
Toe Angle - Out 0.25 / In .20
Downforce -
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 168
1st - 4.154 / 53
2nd - 2.843 / 78
3rd - 2.088 / 107
4th - 1.605 / 139
5th - 1.292 / 177
6th -
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 2.727

Enjoy!


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I've been working on this tune on and off. She's becoming the hardest tune yet in GTS. I have her balanced for a solid exit at slow speed turns, but she understeers like mad in high speed turns : / Hopefully I'll get back to this one soon 👍


Jerome

No worries. I think I managed a great set up for her. I had the same problem with oversteer and understeer for a while. I think the key is in the compression and rebound settings. I use TC at level 1-2 depending on the host race settings. At 0 TC she becomes difficult again.
 
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Audi R8 LMS (Audi Sport Team WRT) - Gr. 3
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This car was surprisingly easy to get to behave coming out of those early tight turns. The real difficult part that took me a couple hours was getting the high speed responsiveness without compromising on the slow turn exit stability. I think I've got a good compromise, without compromise. I had to continue to increase the downforce and camber to get what felt right. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Lake Maggiore
Horsepower (hp) - 585
Torque (ft-lb)- 405.7
Weight (lbs) - 2,701
Drivetrain - MR
Tires - Racing: Hard
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 4
Ride Height - 3.23 / 3.23
Natural Frequency - 3.00 / 3.00
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 53 /55
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 86 / 88
Negative Camber Angle - 3.0 / 2.0
Toe Angle - Out .25 / In .25
Downforce - 400/ 800
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 15 / 5 / 30
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 186
1st - 2.648 / 74
2nd - 1.949 / 101
3rd - 1.551 / 127
4th - 1.294 / 152
5th - 1.132 / 174
6th - 1.037 / 196
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.462

Enjoy!


Jerome
Thank you!!
 

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Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) - N300
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If there ever is a car that deserves to have the name Spirit in its name, it's this RX-7. Every time I drive this car I think back to my childhood days of getting soft-serve ice cream in the heat of the summer. This car is just so smooth and silky I always leave wanting more. Top 5 car in GT history for me. This tune was all about taming her without losing what the car is about; a soft, responsive ride. The big takeaways from the tune are the rear camber, lsd and roll bars. I also tweaked the downforce and ride height just enough so this tune should work anywhere. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Dragon Trail - Seaside
Horsepower (hp) - 292
Torque (ft-lb)- 245.3
Weight (lbs) - 2,800
Drivetrain - FR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 0
Ride Height - 4.65 / 3.74
Natural Frequency - 2.30 / 1.85
Anti-Roll Bars - 4 / 8
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 58 /58
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 88 / 88
Negative Camber Angle - 0 / 4.0
Toe Angle - Out 0.15 / In .55
Downforce - 0 / 70
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 15 / 5 / 10
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 149
1st - 2.362 / 55
2nd - 1.702 / 76
3rd - 1.306 / 99
4th - 1.049 / 124
5th - .880 / 159
6th -
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 4.300

Enjoy!


Jerome
 
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Chevrolet Stingray Corvette Convertible (C3) - N300
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This car is easy to drive in the sense that she is very straight forward. You know what she is gonna do before she does it. I'm sure if we were to crank up the upgrades she'd develop a bit of a temper coming out of the turns. But I like to keep the cars stock in that department. The body roll on her is pretty wild at first, but she's now responsive without the fear. This tune worked on Willow great as well. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Nurburgring Nordschleife
Horsepower (hp) - 298
Torque (ft-lb)- 380
Weight (lbs) - 3,422
Drivetrain - FR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - -3
Ride Height - 4.76 / 3.54
Natural Frequency - 1.80 / 1.80
Anti-Roll Bars - 8 / 8
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 64 /58
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 94 / 94
Negative Camber Angle - 0 / 3.5
Toe Angle - Out 0.30 / In .70
Downforce -
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 155
1st - 1.883 / 68
2nd - 1.428 / 89
3rd - 1.157 / 111
4th - .980 / 130
5th - .869 / 164
6th -
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.360

Enjoy!


Jerome
 

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Honda Sports VGT - Gr. X
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She's limited on what you can tune and I've applied an outrageous tune to compliment her outrageous attitude. I messed around with the new Natural Freqency and moving them away from the default 3.0 in any direction (together or independently) made it worse.

No mileage tuning can be applied. You can't change Ride Height, Negative Camber, Downforce, LSD nor Transmission, sadly. Because it's limited on what you can tune, I'm calling this a 'Universal' tune. She needs TCS level 2 for corner exits because of the lack of applicable Downforce and Ride Height. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Kyoto Driving Park: Yamagiwa
Horsepower (hp) - 403
Torque (ft-lb) - 295.2
Weight (lbs)- 1,982
Drivetrain - MR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 2
BB - 5
Ride Height -
Natural Frequency - 3.00 / 3.00
Anti-Roll Bars - 1 / 1
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 60 / 51
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 90 / 90
Negative Camber Angle -
Toe Angle - Out 1.00 / In 1.00
Downforce -
Front LSD -
Rear LSD -
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed -
1st -
2nd -
3rd -
4th -
5th -
6th -
7th -
8th -
Final Gear -

Enjoy!


Jerome
 
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Audi TT Cup - Gr. 4
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A quintessential FF car, only this one we can get it to (mostly) do what we want. This car is surprisingly rewarding and fun to drive. My times kept dropping the more aggressive I made her (to an extent). This should work on any track, just adjust the transmission accordingly. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Kyoto Driving Park - Yamagiwa
Horsepower (hp) - 335
Torque (ft-lb) - 295.1
Weight (lbs)- 2,480
Drivetrain - FF
Tires - Racing: Hard
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 5
Ride Height - 2.36 / 4.72
Natural Frequency - 2.84 / 2.60
Anti-Roll Bars - 8 / 8
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 53 / 56
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 84 / 87
Camber Angle - 3.0 / 3.0
Toe Angle - Out 0.10 / In 0.25
Downforce - 250 / 400
Front LSD - 5 / 60 / 5
Rear LSD -
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 155
1st - 2.681 / 54
2nd - 1.944 / 75
3rd - 1.505 / 97
4th - 1.219 / 119
5th - 1.033 / 141
6th - .916 / 164
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.600

Enjoy!


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Honda NSX - N600
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I took a second crack at this car from scratch, I was never fully satisfied having two tunes for her. So this time around I got it right. She drives great at Suzuka, Alsace, St. Croix. Have fun and I hope you enjoy v2 more! No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Alsace
Horsepower (hp) - 570
Torque (ft-lb)- 405.9
Weight (lbs) - 3,924
Drivetrain - 4WD
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 0
Ride Height - 4.33 / 4.33
Natural Frequency - 1.60 / 1.6
Anti-Roll Bars - 8 / 8
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 62 / 59
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 93 / 93
Negative Camber Angle - 0.0/ 1.0
Toe Angle - Out .05 / In .20
Downforce -
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 10
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 199
1st - 3.114 / 53
2nd - 2.158 / 78
3rd - 1.626 / 103
4th - 1.284 / 130
5th - 1.065 / 157
6th - .926 / 181
7th - .845 / 212
8th -
Final Gear - 3.583

Enjoy!


Jerome
 
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Lamborghini Veneno - N800
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Ever hear of an understeery Lamborghini before? Me neither. Alas, this 739hp beast was. I say beast simply because we can't adjust the downforce which limits what we can do a bit. Because of it's massive HP I decided to tune the car on Racing Hard tires. Why you may ask? Sanity, and other far less powered Gr. 4/3 cars would be driven on Racing Hard tires without question. While it can be driven on Sports Soft tires, it skates around like the Disney Stars On Ice. I set the transmission up kind of long to help prevent the understeer that seems to swing the car wide, it helps slightly. The brakes in this car feel broken (likely due to its weight), so brake early, especially if you drive it on Sports Soft tires. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Kyoto Driving Park - Miyabi
Horsepower (hp) - 739
Torque (ft-lb)- 531.6
Weight (lbs) - 3,197
Drivetrain - 4WD
Tires - Racing: Hard
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - -5
Ride Height - 2.56 / 4.53
Natural Frequency - 2.65 / 2.15
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 9
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 61 /53
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 91 / 83
Negative Camber Angle - 3.0 / 3.0
Toe Angle - Out .25 / In .60
Downforce -
Front LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 230
1st - 3.156 / 63
2nd - 2.163 / 92
3rd - 1.630 / 122
4th - 1.291 / 155
5th - 1.076 / 174
6th - .942 / 186
7th - .867 / 212
8th -
Final Gear - 3.540

Enjoy!


Jerome
 
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Veneno '14 appears to better now with tune and can win races with it still using handbrake for tight corners bends become fun to drive for the first time.:gtpflag:
 

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Renault Megane - Gr. 4
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Ease on the throttle as you enter the apex, the moment you cross the apex, smash it. Because the front ride height is floored, she needs help turning in off the throttle. I've re-tuned the car to be more universally friendly and a little smoother. I calmed down the tune in some areas and pushed the limit in other areas. The roll bars seemed to really help give it a final nudge in getting the right responsiveness. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Dragon Trail: Gardens
Horsepower (hp) - 350
Torque (ft-lb) - 333.5
Weight (lbs)- 2,425
Drivetrain - FF
Tires - Racing: Hard
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 5
Ride Height - 3.35 / 7.09
Natural Frequency - 2.65 / 3.30
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 52 / 55
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 82 / 85
Camber Angle - 2.5 / 0.0
Toe Angle - In 0.00 / Out 0.25
Downforce - 250 / 450
Front LSD - 5 / 60 / 5
Rear LSD -
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 155
1st - 2.285 / 46
2nd - 1.606 / 65
3rd - 1.206 / 87
4th - .947 / 111
5th - .777 / 135
6th - .668 / 165
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 4.790

Enjoy!


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Shelby Cobra 427 - N500
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Timid need not to apply. This car is so much fun to hear and drive. Softening the Natural Frequency and LSD helped tame her a bit. You can push her quite a bit while steering on exit, but not too much, she'll bite. if you find that happening and you refuse to get her pointed better at the apex, increase both the toe values to something like .50 (instead of .15 each). No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Interlagos
Horsepower (hp) - 484
Torque (ft-lb) - 480.2
Weight (lbs)- 2,355
Drivetrain - FR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 0
Ride Height - 5.28 / 3.35
Natural Frequency - 1.75 / 1.75
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 55 / 52
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 85 / 85
Camber Angle - 1.0 / 4.0
Toe Angle - Out 0.15 / In 0.15
Downforce -
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 180
1st - 2.180 / 66
2nd - 1.560 / 93
3rd - 1.205 / 120
4th - .975 / 149
5th - .827 / 189
6th -
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.540

Enjoy!


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Honda Civic Type R (FK2) - N300 | Honda Civic Type R (EK) - N200
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This was the easiest FF car to tune yet, it didn't take a lot of creativity to get her to respond and turn in. I took her for a spin at the Nurburgring GP and did fine (for an FF). Sad story time, I saw a guy with a brand new red Civic Type R and his license plate got vandalized in black spray paint. I haven't seen another one since. But don't be sad, enjoy the tune! Both cars use the same settings, note the power specs are for the FK2 Civic. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Big Willow
Horsepower (hp) - 305
Torque (ft-lb) - 295.1
Weight (lbs)- 3,042
Drivetrain - FF
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 0
Ride Height - 3.54 / 5.91
Natural Frequency - 2.00 / 2.00
Anti-Roll Bars - 6 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 60 / 65
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 94 / 95
Camber Angle - 2.5 / 0.0
Toe Angle - In 0..2 / Out 0.20
Downforce -
Front LSD - 5 / 5 / 5
Rear LSD -
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 155
1st - 2.948 / 47
2nd - 2.085 / 66
3rd - 1.576 / 88
4th - 1.245 / 111
5th - 1.029 / 134
6th - .890 / 166
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.842

Enjoy!


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Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991) - N500
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This car is a little temperamental and has a fine line between fun and frustrating. She is now stable and forgiving, so I think this tune could work on any track. However, I can't shake the feeling a few will think its a bit understeery. Every time I went to introduce some oversteer when at 100% throttle, the tune would fall apart. The LSD was just getting in the way so I muted that as well. Brake first, then turn. Lift throttle for more turn in fun! No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Suzuka Circuit
Horsepower (hp) - 491
Torque (ft-lb)- 340.1
Weight (lbs) - 3,131
Drivetrain - RR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - 0
Ride Height - 4.45 / 5.59
Natural Frequency - 2.00 / 2.00
Anti-Roll Bars - 6 / 5
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 55 /55
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 85 / 85
Negative Camber Angle - 0 / 1.4
Toe Angle - Out 0 / In .63
Downforce -
Front LSD -
Rear LSD - 10 / 5 / 10
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 180
1st - 3.388 / 55
2nd - 2.405 / 78
3rd - 1.841 / 103
4th - 1.477 / 128
5th - 1.242 / 152
6th - 1.094 / 173
7th - 1.009 / 191
8th -
Final Gear - 3.970


Enjoy!


Jerome

Thank you for the Tune! I can’t wait to try it!!!
 

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This car seems to get a bad wrap. Likely because it needs a tune to be drive-able. Hopefully this tune will suffice. I was racing against the clock for the 1.11 update and just made it with about 4 minutes left. A safe, middle of the road tune this time. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Nurburgring Nordschleife
Horsepower (hp) - 298
Torque (ft-lb) - 295.2
Weight (lbs)- 1,742
Drivetrain - MR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - -2
Ride Height - 2.68 / 2.36
Natural Frequency - 2.85 / 2.45
Anti-Roll Bars - 7 / 8
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 55 / 52
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 85 / 82
Camber Angle - 0.0 / 3.0
Toe Angle - Out 0.10 / In 0.50
Downforce -
Front LSD - 15 / 5 / 15
Rear LSD -
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 186
1st - 1.989 / 63
2nd - 1.419 / 89
3rd - 1.095 / 116
4th - .885 / 143
5th - .751 / 168
6th - .667 / 195
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 4.000

Enjoy!


Jerome
 
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All tunes before this post are done with the v1.05 patch.


Jerome

I have a silly question perhaps but what does "Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):" means? all your tunes seem to have that quote and for the life of me, i can't get the gear ratios to match yours. Definitely something i'm doing wrong, i just can't figure it out. :confused:
 

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I have a silly question perhaps but what does "Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):" means? all your tunes seem to have that quote and for the life of me, i can't get the gear ratios to match yours. Definitely something i'm doing wrong, i just can't figure it out. :confused:

The transmission trick is where you play with the top speed and final gear ratio to compress the gears for more performance. While you can certainly try that with my tunes (it may negatively affect the tunes), I prefer to leave it be. I am only adjusting the top speed for the transmission.

My settings are in Miles Per Hour, so if your settings are for Kilometers instead, you'll need to calculate the difference, which you can do here. HTH! And welcome to the boards! 👍


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Toyota Supra RZ - N300
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Another 'Real McCcoy' of Japanese sports cars. This car's handling out of the box wasn't terrible. Still she needed a few tweaks here and there. I'm finding a lot of cars are responding well to max or near max sway bars and not having them balanced seems to have a negative effect on them. She should be stable for some post-apex aggression. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Kyoto Driving park Yamagiwa
Horsepower (hp) - 325
Torque (ft-lb) - 392.6
Weight (lbs)- 3,329
Drivetrain - FR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - -3
Ride Height - 3.98 / 3.70
Natural Frequency - 2.20 / 2.20
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 65 / 60
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 95 / 93
Camber Angle - 0.0 / 2.5
Toe Angle - Out 0.40 / In 0.45
Downforce -
Front LSD - 10 / 35 / 10
Rear LSD -
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 162
1st - 2.870 / 53
2nd - 2.057 / 75
3rd - 1.579 / 198
4th - 1.268 / 122
5th - 1.066 / 145
6th - .937 / 170
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.266

Enjoy!


Jerome
 
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Toyota Supra RZ - N300
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Another 'Real McCcoy' of Japanese sports cars. This car's handling out of the box wasn't terrible. Still she needed a few tweaks here and there. I'm finding a lot of cars are responding well to max or near max sway bars and not having them balanced seems to have a negative effect on them. She should be stable for some post-apex aggression. No mileage upgrades were done to the car.

Track - Kyoto Driving park Yamagiwa
Horsepower (hp) - 298
Torque (ft-lb) - 295.2
Weight (lbs)- 1,742
Drivetrain - MR
Tires - Sports: Soft
ABS - Default
Countersteering Assist - Off
TCS - 0
BB - -3
Ride Height - 3.98 / 3.70
Natural Frequency - 2.20 / 2.20
Anti-Roll Bars - 10 / 10
Damping Ratio (Compression) - 65 / 60
Damping Ration (Rebound) - 95 / 93
Camber Angle - 0.0 / 2.5
Toe Angle - Out 0.40 / In 0.45
Downforce -
Front LSD - 10 / 35 / 10
Rear LSD -
Transmission (No Transmission 'Trick'):
Top Speed - 162
1st - 2.870 / 53
2nd - 2.057 / 75
3rd - 1.579 / 198
4th - 1.268 / 122
5th - 1.066 / 145
6th - .937 / 170
7th -
8th -
Final Gear - 3.266

Enjoy!


Jerome


I am a bit confused here. The weight you mention is 1,700lbs but the normal weight is around 3,000lbs and the lowest weight it could go is around 2,700lbs. Please help. Thank you
 
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The transmission trick is where you play with the top speed and final gear ratio to compress the gears for more performance. While you can certainly try that with my tunes (it may negatively affect the tunes), I prefer to leave it be. I am only adjusting the top speed for the transmission.

My settings are in Miles Per Hour, so if your settings are for Kilometers instead, you'll need to calculate the difference, which you can do here. HTH! And welcome to the boards! 👍


Jerome
Ah.. got it. thanks for the quick response. I shall give that a try later today when i get home. Thank you also for the warm welcome to the boards. :gtpflag:
 

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I am a bit confused here. The weight you mention is 1,700lbs but the normal weight is around 3,000lbs and the lowest weight it could go is around 2,700lbs. Please help. Thank you

Ah crap, I think I pasted over the specs I had in there last night...long boring story :lol: But all the specs for the Supra are 100% stock. I'll fix that when I get home today, my apologies on that buddy :dunce:


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Updated the Supra with the right specs now 👍


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Ah crap, I think I pasted over the specs I had in there last night...long boring story :lol: But all the specs for the Supra are 100% stock. I'll fix that when I get home today, my apologies on that buddy :dunce:


Jerome


No worries mate. Thanks for the update. Appreciate it