New Drift Settings Depot

Discussion in 'GT4 Drifting' started by Sheron, Nov 13, 2005.

  1. gtfan007

    gtfan007

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    Thanks..im gonna try it.
     
  2. Ambiguity

    Ambiguity

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    '04 HKS Genki Hyper Silvia (D1GP)

    Power: 507hp/475hp(on the tuning screen it says 507 but on the replay it says 475)

    Things to buy:
    The car(duh, lol)
    Racing Exhaust
    Comfort (N2) Tires
    NOS(optional)
    Brake Controller
    Racing Suspension
    Full Customizable Transmission
    Full Customizable LSD
    Oil Change(Pretty sure I got one)

    Suspension Settings: (Stock :p)
    Spring rate: 14.0/14.0
    Ride height: 80/80
    Shock bound: 8/8
    Shock rebound: 8/8
    Camber angle: 2.0/1.0
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 5/5

    Transmission Settings:
    1st:2.360
    2nd:1.644
    3rd:1.118
    4th:0.810
    5th:0.625
    6th:--
    7th:--
    Final:3.692
    Auto:25

    LSD Settings:

    Initial Torque: 15
    LSD Accel: 20
    LSD Decel: 10

    Brake ballance: 5/13

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Downforce: 8/11

    VCD Setting: --

    Ballast: -- (I don't remember what this is at, but I know it's on stock settings)
    Weight: 0
    Front/Rear: 0

    Description of handling characteristics:
    This is a really fast drifter so your gunna wanna make sure to really control your throttle and counter steering.Most turns can be taken in second gear, but as you've probably already figured out you can pretty much take turns in the same gear as you would if you were grip driving.

    It's easier to control on longer courses(Like "Trial Mountain") but it's still good on short courses too.This thing red lines very easily but don't worry about it, once you start going sideways or if you drive in 2nd+ for about 5 seconds that will smoothen out(not for good but at least until your ready to change gears again).

    This is a good car for a beginner looking for something a little bit faster IMO.
     
  3. W.D.A

    W.D.A

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    ho have a setup for the MR2
    (not the more new, but is g-limited) nevermind is MR :a setup to a 296HP MR car.

    P: very complet setup of HKS :tup: :tup: :tup:
     
  4. hbizzle4

    hbizzle4

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    can someone post settings for the carbon r and some non high speed drift settings for the 92' nsx type r

    can we also get some settings for the opera performance z and ctr2
     
  5. bergauk

    bergauk

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    Please don't double post, if you feel the need to add something, use the edit button on your first post.
     
  6. AOS-

    AOS- Premium

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    the difference between a '92 nsx from any nsx ranging from '90 to '99 is very little, same goes for the "type R" part to it, just use the settings of any nsx and adjust to your own leisure
     
  7. SolidSnake15

    SolidSnake15

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    '94 Nissan NISMO 270R

    DRIVING AIDS OFF

    Things to Buy

    Racing Exhaust
    Sports Chip
    All Standard Tires(N1-N3)
    Racing Brakes
    Brake Controller
    Racing Suspension
    Full Customize Transmission
    Triple-plate Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Carbon Driveshaft
    Full Customize Limited-slip

    Brake Balance
    F-5
    R-15

    Limited-slip
    Initial Torque-10
    Accel-26
    Decel-11

    Transmission
    Auto set-19

    Suspension
    Spring Rate F-10.7 R-11.7
    Ride Height F-90 R-90
    Shocks(bound+rebound) F-8 R-8
    Camber Angle F-2.0 R-1.8
    Toe Angle F-0 R-0
    Stabilizers F-3 R-5

    All this I got in one day so if you want you can change it so it can better fit your style of drifting. And I would recommend N3 tires but some people might be more comfortable with N2 or N1 tires.
     
  8. Angelrage

    Angelrage

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    Car request
    '96 Nissan Skyline (r34)
     
  9. CobraDrifter

    CobraDrifter

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    00' Corvette Z06 (C5)
    Power: 427hp


    Parts to buy:

    N/A Tune Stage 1
    Brake Controller
    Full Custom Racing Shocks
    Full Custom Trany
    Twin-Plate Clutch
    Sports Flywheel
    Weight Reduction Stage 2
    Full Custom LSD
    N/A Tune Stage 1
    .......
    .....

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 14.0/14.0
    Ride height: 106/106
    Shock bound: 4/7
    Shock rebound: 6/8
    Camber angle: 3.5/1.7
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 3/5

    LSD Setting:
    Initial Torque: 10
    LSD Accel: 40
    LSD Decel: 20

    Transmission: Auto Set 13 then set first for: 2.700 2nd: 1.856 3rd: 1.408

    Brake ballance: 8/10

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Tires: N1's

    Downforce: 0/0

    Ballast: 60
    F/R Balance: -50

    Little description of handling characteristics: Great Drifter, real shooth in long drifts. Its set up for multi speed drifting anywhere from 30 to 100MPH. this car is my best drifter yet! Only problem i ever had is holding really long drifts. But some more tuning to the shocks should fix that. I spent 2 days working on this car dialing it in just right for my style of drifting (Brake/Lift and Power Over) Tight turns can be taken in 2nd and most other turns on 3rd. Give this a try, you will fall in love with it. You can tune it to any style you like. Let me know what you think! and if you find out the problem i seem to have with holding a long drift, feel free to let me know.


    EDIT: I found what my problem was. I just needed more power. Give a stage 3 NA tune then try it.
     
    Last edited: Sep 9, 2008
  10. Shouden

    Shouden

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    1971 Plymouth 'Cuda 440 Six Pack by Shouden

    '71 Plymouth 'Cuda 440 Six Pack
    Power: 390hp


    Parts to buy:
    Racing Suspension
    Full Custom Tranny
    Triple-plate Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Carbon Drive Shaft
    Racing LSD
    Sport Tires (medium and soft)
    Max Weight Reduction
    Wing

    Settings:
    [Front/Rear]
    Spring rate: 7.7/7.7
    Ride height: 106/111
    Shock bound: 8/8
    Shock rebound: 8/8
    Camber angle: 10.0/5.0
    Toe angle: -3/1
    Stabilizers: 5/5

    LSD
    Initial Torque: 32
    LSD Accel: 40
    LSD Decel: 20

    Brake ballance: 7/7

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0 (Oversteer) 20 (Understeer

    Downforce: 0/0 (I'm still messing with the downforce. you might want to do the same)


    Little description of handling characteristics: Drifts great with these settings. A little sticky at times but still fun. I didn't change the HP because it's a 440 Magnum and has plenty of power and torque stock to get it sideways. Anyways. Have fun.
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2008
  11. Shouden

    Shouden

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    Scratch this Request I got it myself.
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2008
  12. Shouden

    Shouden

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    2004 Dodge Ram 1500 Laramie Hemi
    Power: 526hp


    Parts to buy:
    Racing Exhaust
    Racing Chip
    Port Polish
    Engine Balancing
    Supercharger
    Racing Brakes
    Brake Balance Controller
    Road Tires
    Economy Tires
    Racing Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Racing Tranny
    Racing Suspension
    Carbon Driveshaft
    Racing LSD
    VCD
    Weight Reduction stage 2
    .......
    .....

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 9.5/9.5
    Ride height: 144/150
    Shock bound: 8/8
    Shock rebound: 8/8
    Camber angle: 10.0/5.0
    Toe angle: -3/1
    Stabilizers: 4/5

    LSD Setting:
    Initial Torque: 5/53
    LSD Accel: 5/53
    LSD Decel: 5/44

    Brake ballance: 7/10

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0 (Overstter) 15 (Understter

    Downforce: N/A

    VCD Setting: 35

    Little description of handling characteristics: Okay. these are the first settings I tried and they are perfect. This truck can hit some pretty sick angels. You should use it on a wide track as it wants to drift outward. (I tried Tsukuba and kept sliding off the track) I am very satisfied with these settings. Fun truck to drift with.
     
    Last edited: Sep 25, 2008
  13. Lucas

    Lucas

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    Location:
    Argentina
    '00 Toyota Sprinter Trueno GT-APEX (AE86) Shuichi Shigeno Version

    Power: 243hp

    Parts to buy:

    Racing Exhaust
    NA Tuning Stage 3
    Standart-Economy (N1) Tires
    Racing Brakes
    Racing Suspension
    Full Customize Transmission
    Triple-Plate Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Full Customize Limited-Slip
    Rigidity Refresher Plan

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 8.0/10.8
    Ride height: 80/80
    Shock bound: 4/7
    Shock rebound: 5/8
    Camber angle: 2.0/1.0
    Toe angle: -2/-2
    Stabilizers: 4/5

    Transmission: Auto Setting: 9

    LSD Setting:
    Initial Torque: 22
    LSD Accel: 40
    LSD Decel: 34

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Remember to do a Rigidity Refresher Plan, it is very important. Do an oil change and a car wash.

    Little description of handling characteristics: Okay, here we go. This car oversteers easily. With practice and throttle modulation, drifts are easy to come by. Countersteer is necessary for clearing those long corners (Apricot Hill long sweeper, Special Stage Route 5 first corner).
     
    Last edited: Jan 9, 2009
  14. Wilsonhill12

    Wilsonhill12

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  15. nk4e

    nk4e

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    Please follow the topic of the Thread.
     
  16. Wilsonhill12

    Wilsonhill12

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    Sorry wrong thread :dopey:
     
  17. ikilla

    ikilla

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    Tommy Kaira ZZII '00
    578/543 HP (Says 543 on replay)

    Parts To Buy:

    Racing Suspension
    Full LSD
    VCD

    Settings:

    Spring Rate: F/9.0 R/11.5
    Ride Height: F/70 R/70
    Shock Bound: F/6 R/6
    Shock Rebound: F/8 R/8
    Chamer Angle: F/2.0 R/1.5
    Toe: F/0 R/0
    Stabilizers: F/2 R/3

    Gears:

    Auto Set 12 (you can put this to anything but i choose 12 b/c i used to race Honda Civic EK's before drifting and i know where to shift when its at 12)

    LSD:

    Initial Torque: F/10 R/15
    LSAcceleration: F/15 R/30
    LSDeceleration: F/5 R/10

    VCD:

    Front Wheel Distribution: 30

    AIDS OFF

    This car is great for long drifts and shorts ones. Handles great and very fast :p
    You could proly do any drift entry tech. with this car but i choose E-Brake because im used to it

    HAVE FUN!!
     
  18. C5-R_Racer_84

    C5-R_Racer_84

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    Could someone please post drift settings for the '04 Chrysler Crossfire?

    Thanks in advance!!
     
  19. nk4e

    nk4e

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    It would be nice though I can see what I can do once I hook up my PS2 (playing Halo 3 XBL)
     
  20. C5-R_Racer_84

    C5-R_Racer_84

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    Preferably with the AIDS on, sorry about that...
     
  21. _stevo_

    _stevo_

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    Hey guys I found the coolest and best handling drift car ever

    '70 Mitsubishi GALANT GTO MR (it is a FR car)
    Power: 250hp approx


    Parts to buy:

    Racing Exhaust
    Computer/ECU Upgrade
    Close Gearing
    Single Clutch
    2 Way LSD
    Carbon Prop. Shaft
    Stage 2 Turbo
    Normal Stage 2 Tires (comfort)
    Weight Reduction 1 & 2
    Suspension Stage 2 (semi-racing)

    Settings:

    Spring rate: max/max
    Ride height: min/min
    Shock bound: 8/8
    Shock rebound: 8/8
    Camber angle: 0.5/1.0
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 0/0

    LSD Setting: STANDARD
    Initial Torque:
    LSD Accel:
    LSD Decel:

    Brake ballance: STANDARD

    TCS: 0
    ASM:
    Understeer: 2
    Oversteer: 0

    Downforce: standard

    VCD Setting: standard

    Ballast:
    Front: standard
    Rear: standard

    Little description of handling characteristics: This car is found in the '80's used car showroom on day 335-337 for approx $8,000, or in the Mitsubishi 'Legendary Cars' showroom any day for $21,800.

    With some cool Rims and an Oil Change, the GALANT is the perfect drift car for the Deep Forest track.

    It just slides and slides all day and with the light weight and reasonably good power, it has plenty of grunt to get those rear wheels spinning.

    The best part about the car is that it is so easy to control and looks sooo cool in the replays. :lol: HAVE FUN WITH IT it is DEFIANTLY worth the effort!!!!!! :tup:

    Just a couple of pics:

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  22. weedrifty

    weedrifty

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    '00 Chevrolet Camaro SS
    Power: 544hp/627torque

    Parts to buy:

    Semi-Racing Muffler
    Sports ECU
    Engine Balancing
    (N2) Tires
    Nitrous (Optional)
    Supercharger
    Racing Brakes and Controller
    Racing Suspension
    Custom Tranny
    Sport Clutch
    Sport Flywheel
    Carbon Driveshaft
    2-Way Limited Slip
    Stage 3 weight reduction/Rollcage
    Rear Wing


    Settings:

    Spring rate: 7.6/6.2
    Ride height: 83/83
    Shock bound: 6/6
    Shock rebound: 6/5
    Camber angle: 3.5/2.0
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 3/3

    Brake ballance: 3/8

    ASM (Oversteer) 1
    ASM (Understeer) 13
    TCS: 0

    Downforce: 1/12


    Little description of handling characteristics:
    I Came up with these settings practicing on Trial Mountain. Very easy to initiate and control drifts as long as you know how to feather the throttle and control steering. This car just floats in and out of drifts with ease and is very balanced. I sometimes "stab" the nitrous to initiate extra oversteer and also to straighten out. This is a great beginner car to practice with, -ENJOY!
     
  23. 7-Scots

    7-Scots

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    Easy Way To Get This Car To Drift Simple Turn Off The Aids And Add R1 Tires!


    Im Not GREAT At Drifting But Found The S2000 Handled Great Going Sideways:tup:
     
  24. bin0

    bin0

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    Location:
    United States
    '04 Lotus elise 111R
    Power: hp


    Parts to buy:

    Racing Muffler
    Racing chip
    Turbo Stage 2
    NA Tuning 1
    Port Polish
    Engine Balancing
    Clutch: Triple-Plate
    Racing Flywheel
    Full Customize LSD
    Racing Brakes
    Roll cage
    Racing Suspension
    Free N1 tires
    .......
    .....

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 10.5/11.2
    Ride height: 96/100
    Shock bound: 8/8
    Shock rebound: 8/8
    Camber angle: 3/.5
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 4/4

    LSD Setting:
    Initial Torque: 50
    LSD Accel: 50
    LSD Decel: 50

    Brake ballance: 10/10

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Downforce: 10/10

    VCD Setting: 40

    Ballast:
    Front: 40
    Rear: 40
     
  25. bin0

    bin0

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    United States
    '68 Fairlady 2000 (SR311) - AIDS OFF
    Power: around 200-288hp


    Parts to buy:

    Racing Muffler
    Racing breaks
    Brake controller
    Port Polish
    Engine balancing
    Racing chip
    Racing suspension
    Racing intercooler
    Stage2 Turbine kit
    Full customize transmission
    N1 tires
    .......
    .....

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 10.0/9.7
    Ride height: 76/76
    Shock bound: Same
    Shock rebound: Same
    Camber angle: 3.0/1.5
    Toe angle: Same
    Stabilizers: 5/5

    LSD Setting:
    2-Way

    Brake ballance: 23/1

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Downforce: Same

    VCD Setting: 0

    Ballast:
    Front: Same
    Rear: Same

    Little description of handling characteristics:
    This car has very good drifting, pretty good speed. Not very fast, Not very slow.
    Okay for beginners, better for drifters seeking more difficulty, very slippery
     
  26. NissanSkylineN1

    NissanSkylineN1

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    Location:
    North Korea
    Infiniti G35 '03

    To Buy:
    Racing Chip
    Racing Exhaust
    Stage 3 Weight Reduction
    N2 Tires
    Short Gear Drivetrain (??? not sure what its called)
    Triple plate clutch.

    To Adjust:
    Take off T/A

    A bit hard to start a drift but beautiful control.
     
  27. B_rad88!

    B_rad88!

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    hey everyone, well I was told I can post my requests here, so here it goes!

    '93 Alfa Romeo 155 2.5 V6 TI DTM race car (aids off)
    '73 Alpine A110 1600VE (aids off)
    '82 Audi Quattro (aids on or off)
    '02 Caddilac Cien (aids off)
    '69 Ford GT40 (aids off)
    '05 Ford GT {and all varitations} (aids off)
    '84 Ford RS200 road car (aids off)

    '90 Honda Crx Si-R (aids on)
    '97 Honda NSX Type-S Zero (aids off)
    '61 Jaguar E-type (aids off)
    '92 Jaguar XJ220 road & race car {both} (aids off)
    '98 Lotus Elise sport 190 (aids off)
    '54 Merceds-benz 300SL coupe (aids off)

    '02 Mini Cooper S (aids on)
    '89 Mitisubishi Minca Dangan ZZ (aids on)
    '70 Nissan Skyline 2000gt-R hardtop KPGC10 (aids off)
    '03 Peugeot 106 Rallye & S16 {both} (aids on)
    '85 Peugeot 205 T16 road car (aids off)
    '80 Renault R5 Turbo 2 (aids off)
    '87 Ruf CTR "Yellow Bird" (aids off)

    '97 Suzuki Alto Works Suzuki Sport (aids on)
    '92 Toyota Sera (aids on)
    '97 TVR Cerbera (aids off)
    '94 TVR Griffith (aids off)

    '02 TVR Tamora (aids off)
    '00 Volkswagen Beetle RSi (aids on or off)
    '01 Volkswagen W12 (aids off)

    sorry for the big list, but these are the other cars that I am looking for the settings for! Thank you for all the help and everything! I greatly appreciate it!

    the cars I really want the most, I marked in bold letters! hope that helps!

    the cars I really need the most, I underlined! hope that helps!

    Thank you,
    Brandon
     
  28. SuperShouden

    SuperShouden (Banned)

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    I can work on the XJ220 road car. Also the Mini Cooper S and the Ford GT.
     
  29. B_rad88!

    B_rad88!

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    ok, awsome! Thank you for the help! I would be working on it now, but I need to get another ps2. My old one just broke, ugh, but right now I'm wokring on getting another one, lol. Thank you the help! I greatly appreciate it!
     
  30. SuperShouden

    SuperShouden (Banned)

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    just a warning, though, I usually set my cars up for initial drifting.