KISMOZZT231 Replica Garage - Spoon Sport CR-Z, new tunes coming soon

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  1. GT6champNK_69

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    Show shots 012.jpg Hello and welcome gtp members, this is where I will post my replica/tunes, I will update regularly.:cheers:
    My name is 'Jesper', and I'm born in 'Roskilde', Denmark in April 1980. I have played Gran Turismo since the first was launched in January 1998 in Denmark until now. I consider myself as an advanced driver, having learned and pushed myself to the level of skill I have built up over the years:).
    Since I became a gtp member last year, I have been following RIDOX2JGTE replica garage and have build almost all of his tunes, simply an amazing collection he have, just wonderful:tup:.
    I am also the member with most tracks made and uploaded from the 'Track Path Editor' in the track database.
    And I have a little surprise thing going on also, can't reveal anything for the moment, as it is a work in progress, just follow me, but it will be a treat for many that's for sure:cheers:.

    For now, I just hope that my tunes will get good feedback and they will be good received. Have fun with it/them. Big thanks from gt6champnk69:)

    "If you no longer go for a gap..., that exist...., you no longer a racing driver". And knowing me..., 'as he should know', he would have thought I would take his position. --Ayrton Senna. 'Ayrton, we miss you;):gtplanet:
     
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  2. GT6champNK_69

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    Audi R8 LMS Ultra (Audi Sport Team Phoenix) '12
    Tuned to replicate the Audi R8 LMS Ultra GT3 V10 '2013

    Car used: Audi R8 LMS Ultra (Audi Sport Team Phoenix) '12
    Tires: "Racing Soft", or Racing Hard - Medium

    Engine specs:
    Max Power: 520hp at 6700rpm
    Max Torque: 57.7kgm at 6500rpm
    Weight: 1270kg
    Weight Distribution: 47% : 53% (real life is 57% : 47%) not possible in gt6.
    Ballast Weight: 20kg
    Ballast Position: 0%
    Power Limiter: 93.9%
    Performance Point: 597PP

    Pit Service:
    Oil change
    Improve Body Rigidity (Mandatory), as real car had welded roll cage.
    Wheels: Stock

    Added Tuning Parts:
    Fully Customisable Suspension
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    LSD
    Racing Exhaust
    Racing Brakes

    Downforce: 200 front / rear 650, as in real life

    Suspension: - Custom Coilover Audi R8 LMS
    front, rear

    Ride Height: 60 73
    Spring Rate: 30.00kg 20.00kg
    Dampers (Compression) 5 9
    Dampers (Extension) 7 4
    Anti-Roll Bar: 2 4
    Camber Angle (-): 2.7 1.7
    Toe Angle: -0.01 0.07

    LSD - 2way high pre-load
    Initial Torque: 28
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 38
    Braking Sensitivity: 38

    Transmission - Sequential 6-Speed Adapted Homologated Ratio
    Install all power parts
    Set Default
    Set Final to 5000
    Set Auto Max Speed at 250km/h / 155mph
    Adjust each gear ratio's :
    1st 3.032
    2nd 2.235
    3rd 1.765
    4th 1.474
    5th 1.238
    6th 1.037
    Then set Final drive ratio (gear) : 3.889, or use stock Default Transmission, only set Final gear to 3.889

    Brake Balance:
    5/4, or use your preferred brake balance to suit your driving style, I recommend one click only.

    Recommend setting for DS3 user:
    Steering sensitivity at +1 or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1.


    Notes:

    This is a real life replica of the Audi R8 LMS Ultra (Audi Sport Team Phoenix) '12, tuned to replicate the Ultra GT3 V10 '2013.
    I have tuned it under the FIA restrictions, 520hp, and the weight at 1270kg.
    The suspension is custom build from gathered info spec from real life, and using PCars as reference. The real spring rate is 50.00kg / 20.00kg, the front spring rate is not possible in GT6:eek:, I used high possible, 30.00kg. Real life ride height is 60mm / 73mm, this is possible to replicate in GT6:). Weight distribution on the real car is 57% front / 43% rear, not possible to achieve if keeping the weight at 1270kg:eek:, so I used the opposite 47& front / 53% rear, that with ride height, spring rate and suspension give a great stable car, I think I have cracked a code, because the bad behaviour is somewhat gone:D.
    Dampers, ARB, camber angle, and toe angle is a calculation made from PCars, that I think work really well in gt6.

    I tested the car on Brands Hatch GP in a lap of 1:22.344.

    Please leave feedback when you try my setup, both good and bad, but in a constructive way:).




     
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  3. GT6champNK_69

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    2013 Aric Almirola #43 Farmland FORD FUSION
    Tuned to replicate the Ford Fusion Scockcar 2016
    NASCAR USA Rwd Front V8
    Adapted using calculation from PCars
    Car used: 2013 Aric Almirola #43 Farmland FORD FUSION (NASCAR)
    Tires: Racing Hard to Racing Soft

    Engine Performance Specs:
    Performance Point: 613PP
    Max Power: 849hp at 9000rpm (real car has 880hp, not possible in gt6)
    Max Torque: 74.7 kgm at 7000rpm
    Weight: 1765 (used to achieve actual weight distribution, real car weight: 1497kg)
    Weight Distribution: 49% front / 51% rear
    Ballast Weight: 200kg
    Ballast Position: 50%
    Power Limiter: 100%

    Pit Service:
    No Oil change
    Wheels: Stock
    Car paint: Stock

    Tuning Parts Added:
    Height-Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential (LSD)
    Racing Exhaust
    Racing Brakes


    Suspension - Ford Fusion NASCAR Custom Coilover Adapted from PCars
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 90mm 90mm (real car has 110mm, not possible in gt6)
    Spring Rate: 21.10kg 9.60kg
    Dampers (Compression): 7 5
    Dampers (Extension): 4 4
    Anti-Roll Bar: 4 2
    Camber Angle (-): 1.7 1.7
    Toe Angle: -0.01 0.02


    Transmission - 4-Speed Gearbox Adapted from PCARS with 3500 Final gear
    Set Default
    Set Final to 3.200
    Set Auto Max Speed at 390km/h
    Set each gear ratio's :
    1st 2.260
    2nd 1.680
    3rd 1.280
    4th 1.000
    Then set Final drive ratio (gear) at : 3.500, or leave it at 3.200

    LSD:
    Initial Torque: 12
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 15
    Braking Sensitivity: 5

    Body - Aero (Downforce): 260level front / 625level rear

    Brake Balance:
    4/2, or your preferred bb, I recommend to always keep 2 click lower rear.

    Recommend Setting for DS3 user
    Steering sensitivity at +1 or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1.

    Notes:

     
  4. GT6champNK_69

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    Nissan SKYLINE GT-R V-spec II Nür (R34) '02
    Tuned to replicate "KISMO R34" 800+HP
    NISMO/JUN/COSWORTH/Trust/HKS/KISMO
    SKYLINE GT-R - Nicolas Kiesa's own build
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    Car used: Nissan SKYLINE GT-R V-spec II Nür (R34) '02
    Tires: Sports: Soft (used in this build), optional Comfort: Soft

    Car Performance specs:
    Displacement: 2.568 cc
    Max Power: 807bhp at 9.100rpm (real car, 10.000rpm)
    Max Torque: 96.8kgm at 5.400rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: 4WD/T
    Weight: 1736kg (real car weight, with both fuel & driver)
    Weight Distribution: 56%/44%
    Ballast Weight: 181kg
    Ballast Position: -8%
    Power Limiter: 86.5%
    Performance Point: 593 PP

    Aero Parts:
    No oil change
    Improve Body Rigidity, (as real car has forged chasy) MANDATORY
    Overhaul Engine
    Front Aero Kits Type A
    Rear Wing: Standard
    Additional Meter:
    Slot 1:
    Rev. Counter (White) / 0 - 12000 rpm
    Slot 2:
    Voltmeter (White) / 8-16 V-DC
    Colour Palette: Marine Blue
    R0 G0 B255
    Hue: 240
    Saturation: 100
    Brightness: 100
    Wheels: Inch Up 1 - ADVAN RGII, in gold (real car fitted with ADVAN TC II)
    Car Paint: Bay Side Blue (M) from this car in car dealership, or use the one from Standard R34 GTR '99

    Installed Tuning Parts:
    Engine Tuning Stage 3
    Sports Computer (ECU)
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning (Intercooler)
    Turbo Kit - High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Height-Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential (LSD)
    Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    Carbon Propeller Shaft
    Torque Distributing Centre Differential
    Carbon Bonnet (Hood)
    Racing Brakes


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    Suspension - HKS HIPERMAX II Revalved NISMO Links, with NISMO Bushes front and rear - 12kg & 10kg Springs - KISMO R Tune ARB, Camber, & Toe Coilover Setup
    Front, rear

    Ride height: 110mm 110mm
    Spring rate: 12.00kg 10.00kg
    Dampers (Compression): 6 4
    Dampers (Extension): 7 6
    Anti-Roll Bar: 2 5
    Camber Angle (-): 2.0 1.0
    Toe Angle: 0.12 0.24

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    Transmission - 6- Speed Exedy triple plate clutch - NISMO reinforced input shaft Gearbox
    Install all power parts
    Set Default
    Set Auto Max Speed to 380 kmh
    Adjust each gear ratios :
    1
    st 3.827
    2
    nd 2.360
    3
    rd 1.686
    4
    th 1.312
    5
    th 1.000
    6
    th 0.793
    The set Final Gear : 4.100 (Optional 3.807)

    LSD - NISMO N1 Attack Package 1.5 way front Mechanical steel & 2 way rear Mechanical Carbon

    Front:
    Initial Torque: 6
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 36
    Braking Sensitivity: 5

    Rear:
    Initial Torque: 7
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 36
    Braking Sensitivity: 30

    Torque-Distribution Centre Differential
    Front/Rear Torque Distribution: 40/60, (as in real car)

    Downforce - front 0 level (Fixed) / rear 50 level (Max)

    Brake Balance:
    4/2 or your preferred bb, I recommend to use 2 click lower than front

    Recommended setting for DS3 user:

    Steering sensitivity at +1 or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1

    Notes:

    This is one of my absolute favorite replica build, and a car tune I would love to own myself one day ('I'm dreaming'). The idea is to come as close as possible to the 'Danish Racing Driver', "Nicolas Kiesa" own GT-R R34 'KISMO' 800+HP build made by himself, a project he himself came up with, with some custom parts made by himself, using technique from his time in Formel1, and some innovative parts as well.
    It's an amazing craft he has put together to build this ultimate SKYLINE GT-R R34.
    The car is fitted with many NISMO parts, JUN parts, JUN/COSWORTH parts, TRUST parts, HKS parts, and some of his own KISMO parts.
    The suspension used is HKS HIPERMAX II Revalved, and the transmission is a 6-speed by Exedy, with triple plate clutch - NISMO reinforced input shaft gearbox.
    The LSD is from NISMO, and many, many other great parts.
    Look this car up by visiting www.kismo.dk
    And google pictures using the word 'KISMO', and videos on YouTube as well.
    The acceleration is monstrous, really an incredible experience.:D

    Kismo R34 specifications:
    Engine:

    NISMO Block
    JUN 2.7 steel crankshaft
    JUN connecting rods
    JUN/Cosworth pistons Hyper alloy berylium
    JUN oil pump
    JUN main bearing studs
    Trust sump extension
    NISMO bearings
    NISMO N1 water pump
    Fully race balanced crank assembly done by 'TopTrim.DK'

    Cylinder Head:

    JUN camshafts in/ex
    KISMO race ported cylinder head with matched manifolds in/ex
    JUN valve springs and titanium retainers
    Altered compression ratio
    Altered combustion chamber
    Trust 6-1 SPL drag SPL exhaust manifold
    Trust T88-34D Turbo racing prepped with lighter shaft and porting
    Trust DRAG SPL Intercooler
    Greddy Type C 60mm wastegate
    4" boost piping
    HKS drag gasket kit and head gasket
    JUN reinforced head studs
    JUN cam gears
    NISMO cam belt
    RC Engineering 1000 cc injectors
    KISMO fuel system incl 3 bosch 044 pumps with 2 liter swirl system
    FSE fuel pressure regulator
    All fuel lines goodridge -6
    NISMO GT radiator
    KISMO/HKS Super drag muffler with 100mm exhaust piping
    NISMO engine oil cooler
    Castrol 10/60 TWS oil

    Transmission:

    Exedy triple plate clutch
    NISMO reinforced input shaft

    Brakes:

    Front Alcon 4pot 34/365mm magnesium calipers and disc bells
    Rear NISMO N1 2pot calipers

    Suspension:

    HKS HIPERMAX II Revalved
    NISMO Links
    NISMO Bushes front and rear

    Wheels:

    ADVAN TC II cored cavity 9,5" 18"
    Yokohama AVS sport 265/35, 18

    Interior:

    NISMO white clock 320 km/h and 11000 rpm
    NISMO titanium gear knob
    Connelly leather seats
    MFD2 instrument data package

    Aerodynamics:

    Top Secret Carbon hood 6,6kg/m
    Waste sports dry Carbon complete rear wing
    NISMO front under spoiler diffuser
    NISMO front brake cooling air guides
    NISMO rear Carbon diffuser
    NISMO side skirts
    NISMO rear under spoiler skirts
    NISMO gearbox and diff coolers with pumps and thermostats

    Electronics:

    Blitz Sbc II boost controller
    AEM engine management with wide band lambda
    Innovative wide band sensor for cabin view
    Kenwood CD player

    Idea:

    To build an everyday reliable 800+HP car which can handle well on circuits, drag racing events and feels comfortable to drive on the street.

    0-100 km/h in 2.98 secs
    0-300 km/h in 19.55 secs "2005
    Quarter mile in 10.361 secs / 223.5 km/h
    Won Silverstone track attack November 2004
    4th at Tuner GP Hockenheim

    Have fun driving this car:cheers:

    Kismo_and_car.jpg

    Nicolas Kiesa is also an expert Formel1 television staff when broadcast on Danish television channel TV3+, with Peter Palshøj, and the two commentators 'John Nielsen ( Le Mans winner 1990), and Jens Hansen, with Luna Cristofi.

    He also a part of driver every year in August, at the "Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix" at Bellahøj, Copenhagen. I highly recommend every one of you to travel to Denmark for this event, you can freely walk in the pit area and have a talk with all the drivers.
    There are both Danish drivers, former Danish legends, and international drivers as well, also former legends.:)


     
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  5. Thorin Cain

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    Nice to see you open up your own place @gt6champnk69 :):tup: I look forward to trying some of your replicas out. If they're as good as the track of yours I've stumbled across, I'm sure I'll be in for some good fun.

    Best of luck with the place :cheers:
     
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  6. GT6champNK_69

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    Thank you Thorin Cain:). I'm really proud of the KISMO R34.:bowdown:
    I hope you will, and I'm looking forward for your review on them. Thanks again mate:cheers:
     
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    I will dedicate my 'KISMO R34 replica', to @TurnLeft.
    So sad, in respect of his family, friends, and colleagues, I condolences.:guilty:
     
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    SUZUKI Swift Sport ' 07
    Tuned to replicate the Hot Version - Best Motoring
    The "Tryforce Company Swift"
    Driven and tested by Keiichi Tsuchiya

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    Car Used: Suzuki Swift Sport ' 07
    Tires: Sports: Soft front / Sports: Medium rear, as Keiichi mention, many FF cars uses wider front tires to eliminate front understeer.


    CAR PERFORMANCE SPECS:

    Displacement: 1.586 cc
    Max. Power: 208bhp at 6400rpm
    Max. Torque: 27.3kgm at 5100rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: FF/T
    Weight: 1.030kg
    Weight Distribution: 63% : 37%
    Ballast Weight: 129kg
    Ballast Position: -45%
    Power Limiter: 100.0%
    Performance Point: 424 PP

    AERO PARTS:

    Oil change
    Improve Body Rigidity: (Installed in this build) Optional
    Custom Parts
    External Parts
    Aero Kits: Type B
    Rear Wings: Special Wing - Type A
    Wheels
    Standard Size: Prodrive GC-010G in Matte Light Gray
    Car Body Paint: Pure White

    INSTALLED TUNING PARTS:

    Sports Computer
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning
    Mid RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential (LSD)
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Weight Reduction, Stage 3


    SUSPENSION - Tryforce Springs 14kg - 20kg, Adapted Custom springs, KISMO Dampers, Custom ARB Alignment
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 105 90
    Spring Rate: 10.00 6.00 OR Optional front 8.00
    Dampers (Compression): 6 8
    Dampers (Extension): 9 6
    Anti-Roll Bars: 5 4, Optional 3 2
    Camber Angle (-): 1.7 1.3
    Toe Angle: -0.45 -0.40


    LSD - Custom made KISMO 2way LSD
    Initial Torque: 24
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 24
    Braking Sensitivity: 5

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    BRAKE BALANCE:
    4/6, or your preferred bb

    Recommended setting for DS3 user:

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1

    Notes - The Tryforce Company Swift is a build I made after watching some great 'Hot Version' video's on YouTube, they are just great, and I love Keiichi Tsuchiya:D. They didn't mention anything about HP number, so the 208hp is calculated by myself. The real car has 14kg - 20kg springs, not achievable in GT6:grumpy:, so I used the hardest setting available, 10kg - 6kg, and added an optional front spring 8kg.
    The transmission is stock as I felt it is good as is. For the LSD part, I don't know the real setting, so I made one myself, it works great.
    This is just a base tune, any suggestions are welcome, if any of you have real spec info on this car please comment or PM me.:)

    Have fun racing this car:cheers:


     
  9. GT6champNK_69

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    Toyota Supra RZ '97
    Tuned to replicate the Hot Version
    AMUSE SUPRA - Bottom Torque Monster
    Driven and tested by
    Keiichi Tsuchiya

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    Car Used: Toyota Supra RZ '97
    Tires: Sports: Medium

    Car Performance Specs:

    Displacement: 2.997 cc
    Max. Power: 564bhp at 6500rpm
    Max. Torque: 79.3kgm at 4600rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: FR/T
    Weight: 1480kg
    Weight Distribution: 53% / 47%, as real car
    Ballast Weight: 197kg
    Ballast Position: 35%
    Power Limiter: 90.8%
    Performance Points: 549 PP

    Aero Parts:

    Oil Change
    Improve Body Rigidity, (Installed in this build), Optional
    External Parts
    Custom Rear Wing
    Wing Stays: E
    Wing: Large A
    Winglets: Large G
    Height: +0
    Width: -12
    Wheels: 1 Inch Up, Rays TE37 in Solid Ghost White
    Custom rear wing paint, in Carbon Grey
    Car Body Paint: Solid Ghost White

    Installed Tuning Parts:

    Sports Computer
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning
    High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential (LSD)
    Twin-Plate Clutch Kit
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Weight Reduction, Stage 2


    SUSPENSION - AMUSE Hi-tech Damper Kit, Custom spring & KISMO Alignment
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 80 80, Optional 100 100
    Spring Rate: 12.00 10.00
    Dampers (Compression): 3 4
    Dampers (Extension): 6 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 5 4, Optional 2 4
    Camber Angle: 2.0 1.3
    Toe Angle: -0.13 0.09


    LSD - ATS 2way LSD
    Initial Torque: 20
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 30
    Braking Sensitivity: 30

    Downforce - 0Level front / 15Level rear (Max. 20)

    Brake Balance:
    7/8, or your preferred bb, Alternative 5/6

    Recommended setting for DS3 user

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1

    Notes:
    We all know the 'Supra', and the RZ '97 in gt6 is no exception.:). The AMUSE Supra showcased in "Hot Version", is a tune I wanted to build. Shame that PD haven't made a 'Premium', version yet:grumpy::confused:.
    Again if any of you are having the real car specs, or have any suggestions please leave them, or PM me.:cheers:. Have fun racing this car:).

    The real AMUSE Supra Performance specs:

    2JZ Big Fat Torque Monster
    Engine: Stock
    Amuse GT30 Pro Turbine Kit
    Amuse Hi-tech ROM
    Amuse R1 Titanium Exhaust
    Amuse Hi-tech Damper Kit
    Tires: ADVAN A048 255/40R 17
    LSD: ATS

    :cheers::gtpflag:
     
  10. GT6champNK_69

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    I will add some new tunes, the 'Opel Astra V8 Coupé (Opel Team Phoenix) '00', and a special replica tune of the Evora, and a special replica tune of the Huayra, and both the Tesla's.

    I have visited the new FITT challenge, I think some great things are going on.
    Good competition, and may the best tune win:)
     
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    Opel Astra V8 Coupé
    (Opel Team Phoenix) '00

    Tuned to replicate the real
    Astra V8 Coupé '00 DTM car, using real life data

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    Car used: Opel Astra V8 Coupé (Opel Team Phoenix) '00
    Tires: Racing: Hard, works also with Medium & Soft

    Car Performance Specs

    Displacement: 3.998
    Max. Power: 462bhp at 6.600rpm
    Max. Torque: 57.7kgm at 5.000rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: FR/T
    Weight: 1.152 kg, with both fuel and driver
    Weight distribution: 58% : 42%, as in real life
    Ballast Weight: 152 kg
    Ballast Position: -35%
    Power Limiter: 97.4%
    Performance Points: 558 PP


    Aero parts added
    Oil change
    Improve body rigidity (MANDATORY)
    Wheels: stock, (Fixed)
    Car paint: Stock, (Fixed)


    Tuning parts added
    Racing Exhaust
    Low RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Fully Customisable mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential, (LSD)
    Fully Customisable transmission
    Height adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Racing Brake Kit


    Suspension - Double wishbone, Adjustable Coilover shock absorbers, Anti-Roll bar,
    Custom Koni Racing Coilover adapted by KISMO
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 70 70
    Spring Rate: 14.00 18.63
    Dampers (Compression): 5 4
    Dampers (Extension): 3 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 5
    Camber Angle (-): 0.7 0.6
    Toe Angle: 0.04 0.31


    Transmission - Xtrac 6 Speed Sequential, using real life ratios, with Final at 5.000
    Set to default
    Set Final to 5.000
    Set Max. Speed at 290 km/h
    Adjust each gear ratios :
    1st 2.607
    2nd 1.821
    3rd 1.361
    4th 1.066
    5th 0.861
    6th 0.666

    Optional Transmission - Xtrac 416 6 Speed Sequential gear ratio with CF.
    Set to default
    Set Final to 4.070
    Set Max. Speed at 250 km/h
    Adjust each gear ratios :
    1st 3.170
    2nd 2.071
    3rd 1.647
    4th 1.350
    5th 1.143
    6th 1.000
    Then set Final Gear at 3.764, (Standard), Optional 3.270 for tracks with long straights,
    And set Final at 4.200 for Laguna Sega.


    LSD - Custom made LSD

    Initial torque: 18
    Acceleration sensitivity: 27
    Braking sensitivity: 30

    Downforce - front, 300 level / rear, 530 level

    Brake Balance
    6/4, or your preferred bb

    Recommended setting for DS3 user
    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1

    Notes:
    This is a tune I finally were able to make after spending hours, and hours days and nights searching on the internet for the real car specs, wasn't easy:(. I did find information on the HP, and Torque figures.
    Fuel and kerb weight, (116 liter fuel = 70 kg, and 1.080 kg car total weight). The car is fitted with an Xtrac 6 Speed Sequential gearbox. The car is using Double wishbone, Adjustable Coilover shock absorbers, and Anti-Roll bar suspension, I have used a custom made Koni racing Coilover, and a custom LSD.
    The weight is 1.152 kg with distribution at 58% : 42% as in real life.
    This particular race car has always been my favorite since the beginning of GT. Now with these settings the car finally came alive, the handling has really improved, and the overall handling is great:D:bowdown:
    Have fun with this replica tune, I would like to know if it's work in online and loopy races:cheers:
     
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  12. Thorin Cain

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    I wouldn't worry too much about it bud, as a former garage owner I can assure you it's pretty normal. Even more so for a replica garage, not a huge amount of us are into them :).
    Also, most folks have moved on to PS4 by now and no longer visit the PS3 and GT6 forums.
    Rest assured, there will be people trying out your tunes, but not everyone who likes them will stop by and say so. @TurnLeft used to think the same with his garage until he started posting tunes in PDF form, they have a counter for every time the are downloaded so he found out there was people checking them out at least.
    :cheers:
     
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    I know, was only wondering:D. Yes, I have also moved to PS4, playing Project Cars a lot.
    The waiting for GT Sport is irritating:banghead:. Have you seen it, it is I think going to be great, I just hope the tuning is being enhancing, a mix of PCars and Assetto Corsa would be great.:cheers:
     
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    Yeah, I've seen loads of GTsports info, does look good :). Shame it got delayed but it gives me more time to save the pennies for it.
     
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    Year, we need more money:(, too much work and way much little money in the bank, it should be the other way around:bowdown::cheers:. I have a replica tune of the Tesla Motors Tesla Roadster '08 coming next, matte black monster
     
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    Tesla Motors Tesla Roadster '08
    Tuned to replicate the LM Racing Edition
    KONI - ADVAN - OEM

    Car used - Tesla Motors Tesla Roadster '08
    Tires: Sports: Medium


    Car Performance Specs

    Max. Power: 277bhp at 5.500rpm
    Max. Torque: 37.7kgm at 2.000rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: MR/EV
    Weight: 1.235 kg
    Weight Distribution: 48% : 52% as in real life
    Ballast Weight: 89 kg
    Ballast Position: 12%
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Performance Points: 463 PP


    Pit Service
    No oil change


    GT Auto - Aero Parts

    Aero Kits - Type A
    Custom Rear Wing
    Wing Strays - F
    Wing - Small - H
    Winglets - Small - I
    Height -6
    Width -6

    Wheels - Standard size - OZ Racing Superforglata in Matte Dark Gray
    Brake Calipers in Matte Purple
    Custom Rear Wing in Matte Dark Gray
    Car Paint - Matte Black


    Tuning Parts Added

    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential (LSD)
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Weight Reduction, Stage 1
    Bonnet, Carbon Bonnet
    Racing Brakes


    Suspension - Koni Shocks, ADVAN dampers with OEM Alignment
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 100 110
    Spring Rate: 10.10 12.08
    Dampers (Compression): 8 5
    Dampers (Extension): 6 5
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 1
    Camber Angle (-): 1.8 2.7
    Toe Angle: -0.04 0.35


    LSD - TRD LM Racing Type LSD
    Initial Torque: 21
    Acceleration sensitivity: 30
    Braking sensitivity: 15

    Downforce

    0 level front (Fixed) / 18 level rear (Max 20)

    Brake Balance
    1/2 (Personal), or your preferred bb

    Recommended setting for DS3 user

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, Except ABS 1

    Notes:
    Although this car is an electric vehicle, it is really fast, and very fun driving around a race track:)
    Established in California's Silicon Valley in 2003, Tesla Motors announced a car in 2006 that confounded many car manufacturers who were still struggling to produce an electric vehicle. This was the announcement of the 4-seater EV sportscar with a mid-engined layout; the Tesla Roadster.

    A CFRP body was matched to an aluminium bathtub chassis based on the Lotus Elise.
    This car also share other components with the Elise, assembled at the Lotus factory in the UK; so no wonder why their styling and overall package is similar:p. Of course the difference is that the Roadster is powered by lithium-ion batteries and a three-phase AC motor.


    Have fun with this replica tuned car:cheers:


     
  17. GT6champNK_69

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    Hello guys:cheers:, I most have done something right, just received 'Assetto Corsa' from my girlfriend today. Right now as I am typing, I'll start it up. Later I will post my impression of it.
    Any having questions about it, come and visit my garage, and let's have a discussion lats.:cheers:
     
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    :cheers:; Okay here's my review and first impressions of 'Assetto Corsa' on PS4.
    First of I was very excited about the overall look and the menu. The selection of tracks is to my liking, great variation, much better than PCARS and GT6. The graphics look amazing, and I like that the windshield get dirty, and the lighting from the sun flashing around and blinds you is great. Now, the physics of the cars is the best so far in any present racing game. But for me it's the sound of the cars that really stands out. I wish we could have the 1967 Longford track, the Tor Poznań, the Enna Pergusa track, and all the tracks at EBISU. And the VIR track with all layouts. What I first off didn't liked was the controller settings when playing, I'm used to play with an controller using the X button for acceleration, and the square button for braking. It's not implemented in AC, in AC it is R2, and L2, I was very disappointed by that, well, IMO, after nearly a month, I'm getting used to it though.
    The cars physics is just awesome, above anything else.:D. I haven't spent much time in the tuning, but I know that it is way better than GT6, although I like the tuning in GT6.
    The graphics of the game is much better than PCars, very much alike GT IMO.
    What I don't like, 'is the replay, after ending a race we are thrown into the pits and then we have to wait for all the other cars to cross the finish line, then when we choose to watch the replay it starts a minute and a half in the race, I really don't like that, and please Kunos, please change that.
    Because I really like the TV style view in the replay.
    Those special event's I find difficult, I am at easy or medium level, very few very hard or legend, but the variety of events are massive and challenging:). I am also very fund of the career, I have completed 22%.

    Overall I am very impressed, and I can recommend you 'Assetto Corsa'; great great racing game:tup::)
     
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    "Drift Tune Setup Guide" / General HP setting; 300 - 500 bhp!!
    Here's a drift tune setup for (FR) Drivetrain/Aspiration cars :
    Race Modifications from GT Auto
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    Full Drivetrain Upgrades
    Sports: Medium, or for the hardcore Comfort: Hard
    Fully Customisable Suspension
    Weight Reduction Stage 3

    Ride Height: -5mm -5mm
    Spring Rate: 3.00 4.50
    Dampers (Compression): 4 4
    Dampers (Extension): 4 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 2 2
    Camber Angle (-): 3.0 1.5
    Toe Angle: 0.10 0.05

    Aero: 20 20 (Max, or go with zero)
    LSD - 30, 20, 20
    BB (Brake Balance); 6/5, or for some cars - Racing Brakes 8/8

    Never use Race Tires of any kind, and set all assist off!
    This is only meant as a Guide, not a strict set-up. Everyone has different setups that suits their individual style, so use this as a foundation to build from:)

    Here's a drift tune setup for (FF) Drivetrain/Aspiration cars :
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    LSD Upgrades
    Sports: Medium, or for the hardcore; Comfort: Hard
    Fully Customisable Suspension
    Weight Reduction Stage 3

    Ride Height: -5mm -5mm
    Spring Rate: 3.00 6.00
    Dampers (Compression): 7 5
    Dampers (Extension): 4 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 2 2
    Damper Angle (-): 2.1 1.0
    Toe Angle: 0.00 0.00

    LSD - 15, 0, 30
    BB (Brake Balance) 5/5

    Never use Race Tires of any kind, and set all assist off!
    This is only meant as a guide, not a strict set-up.
    Everyone has different setups that suits their individual style,
    so use this as a foundation to build from:cheers:


    Here's a drift tune setup for (4WD) Drivetrain/Aspiration cars :
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    Full Drivetrain upgrades
    Sports: Medium, or for the hardcore; Comfort: Hard
    Fully Customisable Suspension
    Weight Reduction Stage 3

    Ride Height: -5mm -5mm
    Spring Rate: 5.00 3.00
    Dampers (Compression): 8 5
    Dampers (Extension): 4 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 5 7
    Damper Angle (-): 0.3 0.6
    Toe Angle: 0.01 0.01, or 0.10 0.10

    LSD - 15, 40, 0 or 15, 40, 30
    BB (Brake Balance) 5/5

    Never use Race Tires of any kind, and set all assist off!
    This is only meant as a guide, not a strict set-up.
    Everyone has different setups that suits their individual style,
    so use this as a foundation to build from:cheers:.


    -First and foremost - Drifting is not about full-out-speed - it is about car control!
    as you learn more control - your drifts will become faster (speed wise)...

    Try to avoid hitting people in front of you as you will throw off their drift angle, and cause them to spin out...
    if you spin out in front of people - don't try to back up immediately and cause the people behind you
    to collide with you and ruin their run...You will get back into the drift line soon enough - so be courteous...
    if you find yourself going faster than another drifter, wait to pass them - they will spin out eventually (wink)...


    -Watch your entry speed into the drift.
    Each corner has an optimum entry speed...If you notice that you keep sliding off the track during a drift-
    you are going to fast! Slow down your entry speed by 10mph and try again (repeat as necessary until you find the right speed - then work on increasing your drift speed)...For example, for MANY cars, the entry speed into
    Tsukuba's long sweeper (right after the long straight away) is roughly 105mph...Your drift speed will be approximately 55 to 70 mph around the sweeper in 3rd gear based on your car)...
    Again this varies with each car as each car handles differently, so use this as a "baseline" for your practice trials...


    -Controlling your drift is about throttle control.
    AND steering inputs - in that order!
    *Too much throttle and you will spin out, and too little throttle will cause you to lose forward momentum (and speed) causing you to slide to a stop into the rail/wall...
    *As for steering - too much steering input, and you will spin out (oversteer), too little steering input, and you

    will slide off the track or spin out (understeer)...
    I put more value on throttle control because without proper acceleration, there will be no drift!...Trust in your
    drift AND your cars power.

    ***Drifting is about balancing power (acceleration) and control (steering)***

    -Last and most importantly - keep practicing!! Most off the drifting rooms online will have people that really want to help you get better at drifting, so don't be afraid to ask for help.:cheers::)


     
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    Nissan Silvia Q's AERO (S14) '96
    Tuned to replicate a real life drift tune
    of a JDM NISSAN Silvia Q's (S14) '96
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    Car used: NISSAN Silvia Q's AERO (S14) '96
    Tires: Comfort: Hard

    Car Performance Specs

    Max. Power: 272bhp at 7200rpm
    Max. Torque: 30.1kgfm at 5600rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: FR
    Weight: 996 kg
    Weight Distribution: 58 : 42%
    Ballast Weight: 0
    Ballast Position: 0
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Performance Point: 462

    Pit Service
    Oil change

    GT AUTO
    Wheels - +1 inch up - Motegi Racing TOUGE in Black
    Car Paint - GT FLUORESCENCE 001-C (Blue) solid

    Tuning Parts Added

    Engine Tuning Stage 3
    Intake Tuning
    Sports Computer
    Sports Exhaust, best suited, and for best sound
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential
    Triple-Plate Clutch Kit
    Carbon Propeller Shaft
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Carbon Bonnet (Body Colour)
    Window Weight Reduction

    Suspension - 2626 Erfolgkei Type XR Drift Alignment with lowest Ride Height & special spring rate
    front, rear

    Ride Height: 70 70
    Spring Rate: 9.80 9.20
    Dampers (Compression): 5 5
    Dampers (Extension): 4 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 3
    Camber Angle (-): 2.1 1.1
    Toe Angle: -0.08 0.28

    Transmission - A special 6-speed close gearbox for drifting, best suited on the Silvia

    Reset to default
    Use default Final Gear 4.032
    Set Max. Speed at 230 km/h
    Then adjust each gear ratios :
    1st 2.958
    2nd 2.134
    3rd 1.717
    4th 1.432
    5th 1.241
    6th 1.051


    LSD - NISMO GT Carbon 2way high pre-load for drifting
    Initial Torque: 60
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 60
    Braking Sensitivity: 51

    Downforce
    front, rear - 0(Fixed) 0(Fixed)

    Brake Balance
    8/8 (personal BB), feel free to use your preferred bb

    Recommended setting for DS3 user

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1

    Mandatory Driving Options
    Manual (MT)
    Driving Line = Off
    Blind Spot Indicator = On
    Active Steering = Off
    Traction Control = 0
    ASM = Off
    ABS = 1
    Skid Recovery Force = Off

    Notes:
    This drift tune is very unique - suits very well on this Nissan Silvia Q's Aero '96.
    A new comer to drifting will find this a good tune and car to start with.
    A great choice for the well known drifter in gt6.
    Tested on Tsukuba, there it is exceptional, the tranny and throttle control is very unique also. Hope you like it:cheers:
     
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  21. GT6champNK_69

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    Nissan SKYLINE GT-R V - spec (R34) '99
    Tuned to replicate the 1999
    Nissan SKYLINE R34 GT-R Vspec
    By Focus Auto Sales 2014

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    Car used: Nissan SKYLINE GT-R V-spec (R34) '99
    Tires: Sports: Medium, or Racing: Medium (not used in this build)



    Car Performance Specs

    Displacement: 2.568cc
    Max. Power: 620bhp at 7800rpm, based on Dynojet
    Max. Torque: 69.0kgm at 5200rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: 4WD/T
    Weight: 1540kg
    Weight Distribution: 57 : 43%, as in real life
    Ballast Weight: 152kg
    Ballast Position: -26%
    Power Limiter: 95.3%
    Performance Point: 558


    Pit Service
    Oil change

    GT Auto
    Wheels - Standard size - RAYS TE37 in Ghost White
    Car Paint - Lemon Twist (Yellow solid), or any yellow that match the upper picture

    Tuning Parts Added
    Sports Computer
    Intake Tuning
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential
    Twin-Plate Clutch Kit
    Carbon Propeller Shaft
    Torque Distributing Centre Differential
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Weight Reduction Stage 1

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    Suspension - Cusco negative upper arm, Mine's Dynamic Esta Pro Coilovers (2way adjustable w/remote reservoir) NISMO anti-roll bar, JIC springs ID62 150mm 22kg / 180mm 20kg JIC suspension tuning, with Swift helper springs 60mm 1.5kg
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 100 90
    Spring Rate: 8.15 6.15
    Dampers (Compression): 6 4
    Dampers (Extension): 5 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 2 5
    Camber Angle (-): 0.8 1.2
    Toe Angle: 0.06 0.12


    LSD - 1.5way Carbon LSD, NISMO Super Coppermix twin-plate clutch
    Front:

    Initial Torque: 10
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 36
    Braking Sensitivity: 15

    Rear:

    Initial Torque: 22
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 36
    Braking Sensitivity: 15

    Torque Distributing Centre Differential
    Front, rear - 40:60, as in real life

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    Braking Balance
    6/2 (Personal bb), as in real life. Feel free to use your preferred bb

    Recommended setting for DS3 user

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all at aids off, except ABS 1


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    Notes:
    *The Nissan Skyline GT-R is one of Nissan's most famous models, and has become a popular car
    for Tuners, such as, "Amuse", "Mine's", and "C-West", due to it's highly Customisable RB26 engine.
    The car you see here is a tuned version of the 1999 Skyline GT-R V-spec by a small tuning company known as "Focus Auto Sales".

    *The RB26 engine has been completely redone, with new parts from major tuning companies, such as
    "APEXi", and "HKS", to produce over 600HP and 450ft-lbs of torque all while keeping the car's stock aero.
    To help manage the power, the car has semi-slick tires and completely new brakes, and suspension, which would make this a sure rival for the "Mine's Skyline GT-R, and the other tuned cars in GT6.

    The real car uses JIC springs ID62 on the front it is 150mm =22kg, and on the rear 180mm =20kg, not possible to replicate in gt6:grumpy:, so i have made a custom calculation and still 2 kg lower in the rear.
    The car also uses a new 6-speed transmission, I don't know the real figures on that, so I left it stock, it does a great job:).
    Tested on Tsukuba, Nurburgring Nordschleife, Ebisu(my created tracks), and many more.
    It's a great tuned car by Focus Auto Sales, and I can't wait for GT Sport to arrive so I can make this in the livery editor:dopey::D. Have fun with this tune, hope you like it:cheers:

    Read more about the car here: http://www.cardomain.com/ridepost/2284509/1999-nissan-skyline/

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    Tomorrow I will post new replica tunes; Lotus Evora 400 Hethel Edition '2016, and the Tesla S with real life figures:).
     
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    Lotus Evora '09
    Tuned to replicate
    Lotus Evora 400 Hethel Edition '2016

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    Car Used: Lotus Evora '09
    Tires: Comfort: Medium (front), Comfort: Soft (rear) or
    Sports: Medium (front), Sports: Soft (rear)


    Specs Evora 400 Hethel Edition 2016
    Displacement: 3.456cc
    Max. Power: 404bhp at 7000rpm based on Dyno
    Max. Torque: 46.5kgm at 5200rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: MR/NA
    Weight: 1.395kg as in real life
    Weight Distribution: 39 : 61%, as in real life
    Power Limiter: 98.6%
    Ballast Weight: 65kg
    Ballast Position: 40%
    Performance Point: 511


    GT Auto
    No oil change
    Wheels: Standard stock, best match to real life
    Car Paint: Laser Blue, (real life car paint - Essex Blue, Motorsport Black, Racing Green), Laser Blue is the closest to Essex Blue in gt.


    Tuning Parts Installed
    Engine Tuning Stage 1
    Sports Computer
    Intake Tuning
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential
    Twin-Plate Clutch Kit
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Fully Customisable Transmission


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    Dog Clutch Transmission - stock 6-speed Toyota EA60 Manual Close Ratio
    Set to default
    Set Final to 3.830
    Set Max. Speed at 340 km/h
    Set each gear ratios :
    1st 3.538
    2nd 1.913
    3rd 1.407
    4th 1.091
    5th 0.831
    6th 0.738
    Then set Final Drive Ratio to 3.777, Optional 3.238


    Suspension - Eibach Spring - Bilstein Damper - OEM Style 400 Hethel Edition
    OEM Lotus Optimum Alignment
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 125 125
    Spring Rate: 5.30 8.25
    Dampers (Compression): 5 5
    Dampers (Extension): 5 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 3
    Camber Angle (-): 0.1 1.8
    Toe Angle: 0.00 0.18



    LSD - TRD OEM LSD

    Initial Torque: 21
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 30
    Braking Sensitivity: 15


    Braking Balance
    4/2 (Personal bb), feel free to use your preferred bb


    Recommended setting for DS3 user

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1


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    Notes: Coming up...

    Have fun driving this tune:cheers:
     
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    Tesla Model S Signature Performance '12
    Tuned to replicate
    Tesla Model S By Brabus 2015

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    Car Used: Tesla Model S Signature Performance '12
    Tires: Sports: Medium to Sports: Soft


    Specs Model S By Brabus '2015
    Max. Power: 422bhp at 5200rpm
    Max. Torque: 61.2kgm at 4500rpm
    Drivetrain/Aspiration: RR/EV
    Weight: 2.108kg
    Weight Distribution: 50% : 50%, as in real life - (Normal Model S 48% : 52%)
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Ballast Weight: 90kg
    Ballast Position: -32%
    Performance Points: 489


    GT Auto
    External Parts - Aero Kits Type A
    Wheels - OZ Racing Superforglata in silver chrome or black chrome
    Car Paint - Rising Blue Metallic



    Tuning Parts Installed
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential (Only for Open diff LSD)
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension



    Suspension - Double wishbone, virtual steer axis coil spring front - and independent multi-link coil spring rear
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 90 92
    Spring Rate: 7.10 8.18
    Dampers (Compression): 3 4
    Dampers (Extension): 4 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 2 3
    Camber Angle (-): 0.5 1.5
    Toe Angle: 0.04 0.15, Optional 0.08 0.18



    LSD - Quaife ATB Helical open diff LSD, as the real car

    Initial Torque: 5
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 5
    Braking Sensitivity: 5

    Optional LSD - Quaife ATB Helical GT Stock LSD

    Initial Torque: 7
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 30
    Braking Sensitivity: 15


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    Brake Balance
    5/8 (personal bb), optional 3/4, feel free to use your preferred bb


    Recommended setting for DS3 user

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1


    Notes: "words from actual Tesla/Brabus site"
    One of the best ways to determine that a car has reached mainstream acceptance is the arrival of the tuners, and for electric cars that moment may have arrived.
    German tuner Brabus, known for hot-rod versions of Mercedes and Smart vehicles, has turned it's attention to the 2015 Tesla Model S. Brabus revealed it's Zero Emissions Range of Model S upgrades at Frankfurt. While many electric cars would seem unlikely recipients for tuning upgrades, the Model S has already turned heads thanks to its luxury-class ride and ultra-high-performance "Ludicrous Mode".

    Brabus upgrades the Model S' lines with carbon-fiber Aero components including a front splitter, side air intake extensions and a rear diffuser. The components have been wind-tunnel tested to improve airflow to the radiators and reduce front end lift at speed. The add-ons are available with a matte or gloss coating, and the stylistic upgrade is subtle, but functional. Less subtle are the 21inch Brabus Monoblock Y wheels that fill the wheel wells. Pirelli, Yokohama or Continental tires with a very subtle upsize at the rear are available

    The Model S' drivetrain is untouched, though the P85D is already a significant performer in its own right. The standard twin AC induction motor, AWD setup (259 hp up front and 503 hp at the rear) rockets this car from 0-60 in an eyeball-flattening 2.8 seconds in Ludicrous Mode, and the Model S P85D has a top speed of 155 mph.
    The larger wheels specified by Brabus upgrade may improve grip somewhat, but otherwise the suspension remains stock.
    Tires of sizes 255/35 R 21 at the front and 265/35 R 21 on the rear axle were selected as the perfect rubber.

    If the suspension, LSD needs any tweaks or improvement please let me know:bowdown:

    Have fun with this beast of a car:cheers:



     
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  25. Barracuda413

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    Just looked through this thread
    now l am curious to try some of these tunes
     
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  26. GT6champNK_69

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    Thanks:tup:, I'm also curious to know how they stand up, hope you like them:cheers:.
    I appreciate that my garage finally is being recognised. More of this:)
     
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    First of all, I should congrats on the new replica garage :cheers: Glad you are making these cars, hope you will learn and improve a lot more with each car built :) I also read you have AC now, enjoy it as well :tup: Let me know if you need any help or have questions about car/setup/physics in that game ( we can use our current conversation ), though I don't have it, at least I can help from real life side of things :)

    Okay, I quoted the car above as I have tried it for drifting in time trial offline.

    I only have about 10 minutes driving the Silvia S14 Q Aero 96 drift car on your garage, I drift it at Tsukuba.

    Here are some things that I felt when drifting the car : ARB a bit too stiff, not enough play in side to side weight transfer, a bit limiting in lateral grip when changing direction, damper do not allow the kind of transition I wanted as the weight a bit too slow being released from front, rear a bit too soft/quick receiving weight. Turn in needs more eagerness, under braking front damper a bit stiff. High angle drift is possible, but rough in certain situation, direction changes a hit and miss. Overall the setup is fine, it's just the way the ARB and damper being set that I felt a bit too edgy. Please don't take this the wrong way, I refer to my own preference of drift cars which have grip oriented setup, not too soft, not too stiff, like a track day car. The car felt tight due to the LSD setup and toe in at the rear, this is not wrong at all. You can use brake balance to help the car braking turn in, then damper/ARB to increase grip in certain situation ( cornering, drifting on low to high angle, exit and direction change mid drift )

    As the car used CH tire, I did changes to the damper/ARB only ( I limit the scope to maintain the car characteristics - LSD, weight/distribution, alignment )

    damper F/R
    comp 4 7
    ext 3 6
    ARB 1/2

    The changes is not to be regarded as optimal as I only have a few minutes to try it :)

    BB 3/5 ( I used racing brakes kit as in tune ) I used higher rear so I can use the brake for initiating drift and mid drift.

    You can try drift with your own tune first then try the changes I made and then try to find the best of both if possible, I understand that my changes may not suit your drifting style :)

    Notes : Forgot to tell you about the car transmission, to get the ratios listed, you need to use default 4.083 final, set top speed to 230 kmh, then you can set the gears. I also tried for 2 laps at Suzuka East, with the damper/ARB change and your setup :) Pretty easy to drift and stable :tup:
     
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  29. GT6champNK_69

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    Nissan Calsonic (Godzilla) Skyline GT-R '93 Group A #12
    Tuned to replicate the
    Calsonic Skyline GT-R '93 Group A #12
    Driven then by Kazuyoshi Hoshino, (15 wins out of 29)
    Using real life specs

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    Car: Nissan CALSONIC SKYLINE GT-R '93
    Tires: Racing: Hard to Racing: Soft, recommend to use Racing: Hard


    Car Specifications
    Displacement: 2.568 cc
    Max. Power: 541 bhp at 7.500 rpm
    Max. Torque: 54.4 kgm at 6.000 rpm
    Power Limiter: 100%
    Weight: 1.280 kg, as in real life
    Weight Distribution: 54% : 46%, as in real life
    Ballast Weight: 20 kg
    Ballast Position: 0%
    Performance Points: 553


    GT Auto
    No oil change
    Improve Body Rigidity (Not installed in this build)
    Wheels: Stock
    Paint/Livery: Stock, not available:irked:


    Tuning Parts Added
    Racing Exhaust
    Fully Customisable Mechanical Limited-Slip-Differential
    Torque-Distributing Centre Differential
    Height Adjustable, Fully Customisable Suspension
    Fully Customisable Transmission (Stock)
    Racing Brakes



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    Suspension - Multilink (Front & rear), with real life springs & camber and custom shocks
    Front, rear

    Ride Height: 85 85
    Spring Rate: 17.85 15.14, as in real life
    Dampers (Compression): 4 4
    Dampers (Extension): 4 4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3 1
    Camber Angle (-) 5.2 3.0, as in real life
    Toe Angle: 0.06 0.12



    LSD - Base R32 GT-R Calsonic LSD
    Front

    Initial Torque: 5
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 5
    Braking Sensitivity: 5

    Rear

    Initial Torque: 12
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 33
    Braking Sensitivity: 21


    Torque-Distributing Centre Differential, set as in real life
    Front/Rear Torque Distribution: 30:70



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    Brake Balance
    6/4 (personal bb), feel free to use your preferred bb, with to click lower than front, recommended



    Recommended setting for DS3 controller

    Steering sensitivity at +1, or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1


    Notes: coming....:cheers:, hope you like it, cheers:tup::)
     
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  30. GT6champNK_69

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    Hey all, I hope the Calsonic Skyline GT-R '93 replica can find its fans. I have an upcoming replica tune of the Honda INTEGRA TYPE R (DC5) '04, using Ksport Kontrol Pro Damper System Coilovers - ATM with 9.8kg front springs, and 5kg rear springs used without any calculation. I also used a forum to gather further info on camber and toe:tup:, & real life weight distribution 62% : 38% been fixed. Will upload it the next time I play GT6. Cheers:cheers: