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Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by brtnsnwbrdr, Jan 4, 2014.

  1. brtnsnwbrdr

    brtnsnwbrdr

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    Hello everyone and welcome to my tuning thread.

    First a disclaimer: I am by no means an expert in tuning. But I want to get better, so any and all tips, tricks and constructive criticisms are welcome. Special thanks to Motor City Hami and XS for their words of wisdom and getting me pointed in the right direction.

    All my tunes were done with a G27 wheel, paddle shifting, force feedback at 7 and no aids except ABS 1. All tunes are also done with SS tires and fine tuned with SH tires so any of the sport tires will work. Also, all of my tunes will be max tunes that I have tested across multiple PP ranges. These tunes may not be the fastest tunes for a specific PP setting, but I feel like they are plenty fast across any PP setting you want to use. As far as transmission settings, all tunes will use the stock transmission unless otherwise noted.

    These tunes are set for my driving style which is heavy, late braking and hard on the gas out of corners. So if you like driving super aggressive, try these out and let me know what you think.

    Have fun.
     
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  2. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '07 BMW 1 Series tii.jpg '07 BMW 1 Series tii

    RH: 85/80
    Springs: 6.33/10.52
    DC: 6/5
    DE: 7/6
    ARB: 4/4
    Camber: 0.6/1.0
    Toe: -.17/+.10
    Brakes: 5/8
    LSD: 7/23/12
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (Sports) and turbo (Mid RPM)
    Max weight reductions
    Fresh oil

    570PP, 579HP, 1,221kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  3. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '13 Ford Focus ST.jpg
    '13 Ford Focus ST
    ***UPDATED 2/15/14***

    RH: 85/80
    Springs: 8.49/7.97
    DC: 5/5
    DE: 7/5
    ARB: 3/6
    Camber: 1.0/0.5
    Toe: -.16/-.12
    Brakes: 4/7
    LSD: 7/18/8
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (Semi-Racing) and turbo (Mid RPM)
    Max weight reductions except hood (stock)
    Fresh oil

    Transmission
    1st: 2.698
    2nd: 1.983
    3rd: 1.513
    4th: 1.227
    5th: 1.037
    6th: 0.829
    Final: 3.500

    531PP, 456HP, 1,203kg
     
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  4. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '12 Subaru BRZ S.jpg '12 Subaru BRZ S

    RH: 90/80
    Springs: 6.07/8.38
    DC: 6/
    DE: 7/6
    ARB: 4/4
    Camber: 0.7/0.9
    Toe: -.15/+.07
    Brakes: 5/8
    LSD: 10/27/11
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (Semi-Racing), no turbo (kills all engine sounds!)
    Max weight reductions
    Fresh oil
    Aero kit A, flat floors, custom wing A

    520PP, 345HP, 1,030kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  5. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '10 Chevy Camaro SS.jpg '10 Chevy Camaro SS

    RH: 90/80
    Springs: 7.97/14.68
    DC: 6/6
    DE: 6/6
    ARB: 5/4
    Camber: 0.7/0.9
    Toe: -.05/+.07
    Brakes: 5/7
    LSD: 12/26/13
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (stock – best sound I think)
    Max weight reductions
    Fresh oil
    Aero kit B, flat floors, custom wing A

    622PP, 674HP, 1,301kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  6. BobbyBRAKEaNek

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    Are all of your tunes maxed out or will you be doing pp ranges? 400, 425, 450, 475, 500, and so on.
     
  7. brtnsnwbrdr

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    I start by maxing them out. Once I get them to a point I like, I start adjusting them with certain PP ranges. That way I can use them across all different races. They might not be the fastest at any set PP, but I feel like they can do well across a broad spectrum.
     
  8. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '12 Nissan GT-R Black Edition.jpg '12 Nissan GT-R Black Edition

    RH: 80/70
    Springs: 15.51/9.15
    DC: 6/6
    DE: 7/5
    ARB: 4/5
    Camber: 1.3/2.3
    Toe: -.18/-.17
    Brakes: 5/8
    LSD: 9/18/12 11/30/13
    Torque Split: 30/70
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (Sports) and turbo (Mid RPM)
    Max weight reductions except hood (stock)
    Fresh oil

    654PP, 945HP, 1,391kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  9. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '10 Aston Martin V12 Vantage.jpg '10 Aston Martin V12 Vantage

    RH: 85/75
    Springs: 11.39/13.04
    DC: 6/5
    DE: 7/6
    ARB: 5/4
    Camber: 0.7/0.9
    Toe: -.14/+.08
    Brakes: 5/8
    LSD: 10/26/13
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (Semi-Racing)
    Max weight reductions except hood (stock)
    Fresh oil

    581PP, 698HP, 1,350kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  10. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '08 Dodge Challenger SRT8.jpg '08 Dodge Challenger SRT8

    RH: 95/85
    Springs: 13.17/13.49
    DC: 5/5
    DE: 6/7
    ARB: 3/4
    Camber: 0.8/1.2
    Toe: -.14/+.12
    Brakes: 5/8
    LSD: 9/24/8
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (stock)
    Max weight reductions
    Fresh oil

    596PP, 765HP, 1,393kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  11. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '09 Ferrari 458 Italia.jpg '09 Ferrari 458 Italia

    RH: 95/85
    Springs: 10.30/17.46
    DC: 7/6
    DE: 5/6
    ARB: 4/3
    Camber: 1.1/1.7
    Toe: -.11/+.13
    Brakes: 6/7
    LSD: 17/24/26
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (stock)
    Max weight reductions except hood (stock)
    Fresh oil

    608PP, 710HP, 1,222kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  12. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '04 Lotus Elise 111R.jpg '04 Lotus Elise 111R

    RH: 90/80
    Springs: 5.63/11.32
    DC: 6/7
    DE: 6/8
    ARB: 5/3
    Camber: 0.4/0.5
    Toe: +.04/+.13
    Brakes: 6/7
    LSD: 9/15/17
    Max power upgrades except turbo (Mid RPM)
    Max weight reductions except hood (stock)
    Fresh oil

    532PP, 331HP, 799kg

    Updated 1/13/14
     
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  13. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '70 Chevy Nova SS.jpg '70 Chevy Nova SS

    RH: 90/80
    Springs: 12.86/10.60
    DC: 7/7
    DE: 8/8
    ARB: 5/5
    Camber: 1.5/1.9
    Toe: -.18/+.14
    Brakes: 4/8
    LSD: 7/11/10
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (Semi-Racing)
    Max weight reductions
    Custom wing A
    Fresh oil

    Transmission
    Max speed: 193
    1st: 2.758
    2nd: 1.827
    3rd: 1.324
    4th: 1.000
    5th: 0.778
    Final: 3.550

    579PP, 777HP, 1,272kg
     
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  14. brtnsnwbrdr

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    Pozzi MotorSports Camaro RS.jpg Pozzi MotorSports Camaro RS
    RH: 70/60
    Springs: 40.21/8.48
    DC: 8/7
    DE: 7/8
    ARB: 5/5
    Camber: 1.1/1.7
    Toe: -.15/+.10
    Brakes: 5/8
    LSD: 13/14/15
    Max power upgrades
    Max weight reductions
    Fresh oil

    589PP, 716HP, 1,283kg
     
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  15. IamWSPro

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    Im hoping to Use these tonight. I myself am a Late Beaker and early Gas Guy. Have tried many Tuning Garages without much success. Hoping your my Guy, LOL
     
  16. brtnsnwbrdr

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    Definitely let me know how you like them. I'm always open to suggestions and constructive criticism. I haven't had any responses, so I'm curious as to how they work for others.
     
  17. HBR-Roadhog

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    Note that Camber in GT6 is not working properly and using it actually reduces grip so all tunes at present would be faster with 0 camber settings
     
  18. brtnsnwbrdr

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    Interesting. More testing to be done then. Can anyone confirm that is true for all cars, or just some?
     
  19. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '07 Mitsubishi Lancer EVO X GSR P.P..jpg '07 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X GSR P.P.

    RH: 95/90
    Springs: 9.33/7.12
    DC: 5/5
    DE: 6/5
    ARB: 3/5
    Camber: 0.5/1.2
    Toe: -.08/-.14
    Brakes: 3/8
    LSD: 7/15/22 10/22/8
    Front/rear split: 25/75
    AYC Controller: default (10%)
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (Semi-Racing) and turbo (Mid RPM)
    Max weight reductions
    Flat floors
    Fresh oil

    592PP, 549HP, 1,232kg
     
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  20. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '65 Shelby GT350.jpg '65 Shelby GT350

    RH: 90/80
    Springs: 6.91/7.14
    DC: 5/5
    DE: 6/5
    ARB: 3/4
    Camber: 1.9/1.0
    Toe: -.17/+.20
    Brakes: 6/8
    LSD: 8/12/7
    Max power upgrades
    Max weight reductions
    Fresh oil

    Transmission
    Max speed: 193
    1st: 2.729
    2nd: 1.813
    3rd: 1.319
    4th: 1.000
    5th: 0.782
    Final: 3.465

    563PP, 650HP, 1,039kg
     
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  21. Dagger311

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    I just realised to my horror that I was lacking a street Camaro in my collection! I went and bought this car, and put this tune on it. Testing now.

    Edit: works with flying colors! It didn't handle sharp turns or esses too well, but it's a muscle car, not a ferrari fxx.

    It slaughtered everything on Indy, as well as Bathurst. On Tsukuba, it still won by a longshot, but it had trouble in the technical parts (again, expected).
     
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  22. brtnsnwbrdr

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    Nice. I'm glad you like it. You may want to run 0 camber since it's apparently not working correctly due to a bug. Most people seem to agree that 0 camber provides the most grip.
     
  23. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '11 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4.jpg '11 Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4

    RH: 90/80
    Springs: 6.43/10.00
    DC: 6/6
    DE: 7/6
    ARB: 5/6
    Camber: 1.8/2.3
    Toe: -.09/-.09
    Brakes: 6/8
    LSD: 8/18/7 9/15/7
    Front/rear split: 30/70
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (stock)
    Max weight reductions except hood (stock)
    Custom wing A
    Fresh oil

    640PP, 898HP, 1,265kg
     
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  24. Dagger311

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    I can't play anymore tonight (Brother and I share a room, and he wants to go to bed), but I'll try next time I play. Thanks.
     
  25. Dagger311

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    Okay, just put no camber on, and it improved lap times significantly, It lets me take corners at higher speed.

    Just made a great tune better!
     
  26. redskinfan1982

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    lovin' the first BMW tune... it gave me a great starting point for a "B" tune... thanks man...
     
  27. brtnsnwbrdr

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    That's what I've noticed too. Once they fix camber, hopefully my settings will still work.
     
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  28. brtnsnwbrdr

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    No problem. That car was a little ambitious for me as a first time tuner. Very tail happy. Once I got the wheel spin down, it handled very well.
     
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  29. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '04 Chevy Corvette Z06 (C5).jpg '04 Chevy Corvette Z06 (C5)

    RH: 90/80
    Springs: 10.80/15.29
    DC: 6/6
    DE: 6/6
    ARB: 4/5
    Camber: 1.6/2.2
    Toe: -.08/+.11
    Brakes: 6/8
    LSD: 7/12/7
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (stock)
    Max weight reductions
    Rear downforce +20
    Aero kit A
    Flat floors
    Custom wing A
    Fresh oil

    640PP, 778HP, 1,158kg
     
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  30. brtnsnwbrdr

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    '09 Audi R8 5.2 FSI qattro.jpg '09 Audi R8 5.2 FSI quattro

    RH: 95/80
    Springs: 10.70/18.90
    DC: 6/6
    DE: 7/8
    ARB: 6/5
    Camber: 2.2/2.5
    Toe: -.10/+.03
    Brakes: 6/7
    LSD: 9/8/19 15/10/21
    Front/rear split: 30:70
    Max power upgrades except exhaust (sports) and turbo (Mid RPM)
    Max weight reductions except hood (stock)
    Fresh oil

    655PP, 942HP, 1,302kg
     
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