If anyone finds my little guide helpful, I will volunteer to teach 1 person everything I know about drag racing. I will show you how to find flips, using the max speed, suspension tutorial, using weight and downforce and also tips and tricks. I will also help your tree and how I get a good tree tips. If anyone is interested send me a pm on here or add my psn with a message (add my psn without a message and I will not accept). My psn is same as this (levitt1991). I see a lot of people asking for tunes on here, there is no problem with using other people's tunes but you will not learn how to tune future cars. If you can't tune and and nobody will give you a tune for that car you're pretty much out of luck. I'm hoping this little guide will help people who are starting out to learn to tune and gain experience rather than jumping in a lobby and everyone is using same tune. SUSPENSION RWD: Ride height: Both front and rear as high as possible with the exception of a couple of cars. spring rates: Spring rates can vary but for the sake of this we'll make front and rear both soft (all the way to the left) Dampers: These can vary but I usually like like dampers all on 1 Roll Bars: Same as dampers but I like to use them both on 1 Toe: you never want toe in the rear so leave it at 0.00 and for the front I like to use between -0.50 and -0.65 depending on the car. Camber: same as toe you never want any in the rear so leave it at 0.0 and for the front I like to use between 1.5 - 4.5 depending on the car. 4WD: Ride Height: You generally want a slammed 4WD which means the car is as low as possible (all the way to the left) Spring Rates: I usually have hard at the front (all the way right) and soft at the rear (all the way left) Dampers: Same as RWD, all on 1 Roll Bars: Same as dampers, all on 1 Toe: you don't want any toe at all front and rear should be 0.00 Camber: Same as toe, front and rear should be 0.0 TRANSMISSION Rwd: Right this is where people usually struggle with a tune. I'll tell you how I usually make a base tune. FINAL GEAR: Firstly look at the the final gear. If it says 2.000 all the way to the left I usually start off with 2.900, this is a good number to start off with. If it says 2.500 then put your final gear on 3.400 so I always make my final 0.900 to the right of my final to the left. If the car bogs, meaning that when you set off the car loses too many revs and the car loses power, I'm not going too deep into it explaining the power band but if your car bogs in 1st gear then move the original final gear the the left by 0.100, for example if you started off using 2.900 and the car bogged then move the final gear to 2.800. If the car bounces, meaning it's hitting the Rev limiter then it's either a quick shift, meaning as soon as you set off in 1st you shift to 2nd or even 3rd sometimes then you need to move the original final to the right by .100, for example if you started with 2.900 then move tour final to 3.000. Some of the high powered RWD cars like vipers and corvette like to set off in second gear. MAX SPEED: ideally you want the max speed to be the lowest number (all the way to the left) as it creates less gear lag in turbo aspirated cars. REMEMBER: SET YOUR FINAL AND THEN YOUR MAX SPEED IN THAT ORDER BEFORE YOU TOUCH YOUR GEARS GEARS: This is what I usually like to start off with 1st: all th way to the left 2nd: move 20 clicks to the left from the original position 3rd: 30 clicks to the right of the original position 4th: 3/4 to the right 5th: all the way to the right 6th: all the way to the right If it's a high powered RWD car then set your 2nd all the way left and move 3rd and 4th a little bit to the left. 4WD: pretty much set out the same way as RWD. 4WD Torque Split: This varies with car you are using but you can't go wrong with a 45/55 split. REMEMBER: ONCE YOU HAVE SET YOUR GEARS, MOVE YOUR FINAL ALL THE WAY LEFT. Hope this helps, if you have any problems then leave a comment and I'll try to help you. I made this to help stop cluttering of people asking for tunes on threads that aren't about tunes. I usually tune on ssrx offline so generally you want your car to top out just before 400m as indy where everyone drags is about 370m long. In the garage where you have your driver stood next to your current car at the bottom it will say max power@ for example 7,500 rpm. That my friends is the shiftpoint which can turn a brilliant tuned viper into a Nissan micra, so take good care in remembering it, I usually write it in the setting sheet, good luck tuning fellas.