looking for nova ss regular race tune

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by dwight42, Oct 28, 2017.

  1. dwight42

    dwight42

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    I googled tunes for the nova ss all i could find are drag tunes. I didn't even know oh it must be online where drags take place. Anyway is there a regular tune out there? please 550pp and 600pp
     
  2. Racin510s

    Racin510s Premium

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    @dwight42 Try these 2. On both remember to make all adjustments before you touch the setting of the transmission. Also most tuners do not change the oil. If the tune says so you'll be OK. But if NO Oil Change is listed make sure you don't, otherwise the gears in the transmission will not match. So that means if the car you want the tune for has had an oil change you will have to buy a new car.
    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...-many-ways-to-tune.311172/page-3#post-9868381 or this one:

    CHEVROLET NOVA SS '70
    @GhostRider65
    Chevrolet
    Performance Points:
    500 PP - 550 PP
    max. Power:
    443 HP
    Weight:
    1351 kg
    Weight Distribution:
    57
    Displacement:
    6590 cc
    Max. Torque:
    638.9 ft-lb
    Drivetrain:
    FR
    Tires (Front): Sports Hard, Medium, Soft

    Tires (Rear): Sports Hard, Medium, Soft

    Pit Service:
    • Car Wash
    • Change Oil
    Wheel Size:

    +1

    Suspension Kit:

    Height-Adjustable, Fully Customizable Suspension

    Transmission:

    Fully-Customizable Transmission

    Clutch:

    Triple-Plate Clutch Kit

    Exhaust:

    Racing Exhaust

    Weight Reduction:

    Stage 3

    Other Parts:

    • Racing Brake Kit
    • Carbon Fiber Driveshaft
    • Fully-Customizable Mechanical Limited-Slip Differential
    • Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    • Catalytic Converter: Sports
    • Window Weight Reduction
    • Carbon Hood (Body Color)
    Ride Height (Front):
    110
    Ride Height (Rear):
    112
    Spring Rate (Front):
    12.64
    Spring Rate (Rear):
    10.10

    Dampers - Compression (Front):
    3
    Dampers - Compression (Rear):
    4
    Dampers - Extension (Front):
    4
    Dampers - Extension (Rear):
    5
    Anti-Roll Bars (Front):
    5
    Anti-Roll Bars (Rear):
    6
    Camber Angle (Front):
    0.4
    Camber Angle (Rear):
    0.4
    Toe Angle (Front):
    -0.08
    Toe Angle (Rear):
    0.08

    Brake Balance (Front):
    4
    Brake Balance (Rear):
    3
    Max. Speed:
    112
    Max. Speed Unit:
    mph
    Transmission (Additional Comments & Instructions):

    Reset = Final gear at 5000 = Max speed 112mph = Ratios = Final gear at 2.803 ( If you want change the speed, adjust with the final gear only ) = Done !!

    Transmission (1st Gear):
    2.674
    Transmission (2nd Gear):
    2.027
    Transmission (3rd Gear):
    1.590
    Transmission (4th Gear):
    1.290
    Transmission (5th Gear):
    1.049
    Transmission (Final Gear):
    2.803

    Initial Torque (Rear):
    5
    Acceleration Sensitivity (Rear):
    5
    Braking Sensitivity (Rear):
    14
    Power Limiter:
    94.2%
    Ballast Weight:
    79 kg
    Ballast Position:
    -50%
    ABS Level:
    1
    Traction Control:
    1
     
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  3. dwight42

    dwight42

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    thanks i did click on a base tune link but got an error. Thanks for the detailed tune and special instructions.
     
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  4. Racin510s

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    You are most welcome. I tried the link and it worked for me, show a picture of a Nova with a white top. Try the link again and if it doesn't work go the @Bowtie-muscle garage page 3 report #71. Bowtie has a whole garage of tunes for muscle cars. I've used a lot of them but not as there are. I tweak things here and there, like change the toe, or increase spring rates, etc. If you can't get either of these to work for you let me know and I'll give you the tune that is on my Nova. :cheers:
    BTW My tune will not work if your car has had an oil change. For some unknown mystical reason the PD engineers/programmers either screwed up or did it intentionally.