New Drift Settings Depot

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

  1. SuperShouden

    SuperShouden (Banned)

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    Yeah, I'm an Initial Drifter, as well, so that's what I tune for when setting up a car for drifting. My Ram settings are awesome for that. I'll have turn on my PS2 sometime and try out these Element settings.
     
  2. fbccars924

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    Trial mountain is where its best I found. Im trying to bang out a few dings still on tracks without hills. It doesnt seem to want to drift on flat tracks (atleast for me)
     
  3. SuperShouden

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    Tsukuba's an awesome flat track for drifting.
     
  4. fbccars924

    fbccars924

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    Ive taken it there. Im trying to set it up on my B set to get it more versatile. Its weird that on some tracks it drifts awesome on others it understeers like a Civic
     
  5. SuperShouden

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    Turn the ASM (Understeer up to 10 and try it out.)
     
  6. fbccars924

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    Ill try that. I got sidetracked by a SRT10 and a honda odessey(tuned similar to the element) lol
     
  7. SuperShouden

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    I drifted a little bit earlier on Tsukuba with some minor adjustments and the ASM Understeer on and it drifted pretty well.

    A couple images from my session:

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  8. fbccars924

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    Very nice. Im not that good at takin pics.
     
  9. fbccars924

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    Coming up Toyota RCS Rally Raid becomes a Dorifto monsta.
     
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  10. acevt06

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    What was the lonest drift??/
     
  11. fbccars924

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    Its hard to tell as there is'nt a way to properly measure it.
     
  12. aaronbee2010

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    Nissan Silvia spec-R AERO RM '02
    Power: 456hp


    Parts to buy:

    Titanium Racing Exhaust
    Sports ECU
    Engine Stage III
    Sports Intake Manifold
    Racing Air Filter
    Sports Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    High RPM Range Turbo Kit
    Fully Customisable Transmission
    CLutch: Twin-Plate
    Flywheel: Semi-Racing
    Fully Customisable LSD
    Carbon Propeller Shaft
    Fully Customizable Suspension
    Brake Balance Controller
    Comfort-Hard Tyres

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 10.0/8.0
    Ride height: -17/-17
    Shock bound: 6/6
    Shock rebound: 6/6
    Camber angle: 3.5/3.5
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.20
    Stabilizers: 4/4

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

    Brake balance: 5/5

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Downforce: 15/40

    VCD Setting: 40

    Ballast:
    Front:
    Rear:

    Little description of handling characteristics: Responsive, and
    easy to enter, maintain and exit a drift.
     
  13. gt4drifterx

    gt4drifterx

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    'nissan SKYLINE GR-R V-spec II N1
    Power: 804

    What you will need

    Racing exhaust
    Racing chip sports
    Tire economy
    Nitrous
    Turbo kit stage 4
    Intercooler racing
    Brakes racing
    Suspension racing
    Clutch triple-plate
    Flywheel racing
    Carbon driveshaft
    LSD full custom
    VCD full custom


    Exhaust: racing

    Racing chip: sport

    Tire type: n1/n1
    Nos: 50

    Turbo: stage 4

    Intercooler: racing

    Brakes: racing

    Brake controller: none

    Suspension: racing

    Suspension setup:
    Spring rate: 8.0/10.0
    Ride height: 86/86
    Shock (bound) 8/8
    Shock (rebound) 8/8
    Camber angle 2.0/7.5
    toe angle 0/4 (or zero, 4 makes it squirley)
    Stabilizers 4/4

    Transmission: stock (standard option)

    Clutch: triple-plate

    Flywheel: racing

    Carbon driveshaft: equip

    Downforce: 0/3

    LSD: full customize (stock settings)

    VCD: control 30

    It's similar to racing on dirt and will slide VERY VERY easily
     
  14. AndersonG22

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    I made a new setup that drifts like another game. The game I used to play befor my X-console broke, the other driving sim. You dont have to worry about shifting the weight of the car befor every drift with this setup.




    The rest of the post is updated 7/13/11


    This setup works on the HKS GENKI HYPER SILVIA RS2 D1GP 2004. Everything but the gears will work on the BLITZ ER34 D1GP 2004. The Er34's gear ratio is under the rest of there setups.

    Its about 350,000 credits for every upgrade. Get every upgrade to get the most out of the car. If your short on cash make sure you get the LSD and tranny FULLY upgraded on either car. You can also use the toyota credit truckd, I do.

    THIS TUNE IS CURRENT AS OF 7/13/11

    Tires:

    Front and rear: N1

    Driving aids:

    NONE

    Suspension:

    Spring rate: 11.9 - 13.4
    Ride height: 85 - 85
    Shock bound: 6 - 6
    Shock rebound: 8 - 8
    Camber angle: 2.0 - 2.5
    Toe: 0 - 0
    Stabilizers: 6 - 6

    Gears (for the HKS SILVIA):

    Auto: 6
    Final: 4.762
    1st: 2.608
    2nd: 1.792
    3rd: 1.318
    4th: 1.120
    5th: 0.954

    Downforce:

    Remove as much as possible from both front and rear.

    LSD:

    Initial torque: 50
    LSA: 50
    LSD: 20

    Weight balance:

    Ballast weight: 0
    Front/rear balance: 0

    The BLITZ ER34 D1GP 2004 gear ratios are:

    Auto: 9
    Final: 4.484
    1st: 2.698
    2nd: 1.772
    3rd: 1.467
    4th: 1.211
    5th: 0.960
    6th: 0.798



    For best results do everything listed, all upgrades on both cars and use these gears. If I didnt mention it in the setup then dont change it, everything thing else was changed for a reason.

    If you played FM3 then drift like you would on that game, without shifting weight. Start the drift with the e-brake or giving it lots of gas. I also run manual and shift gears up and down mid drift when I need to. I dont know how it will drift in auto.


    This setup works really good on the section after the long straight on Special stage route 5. And it was tuned on Trial Mountain.


    PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING

    If you make any improvments to the setup then please post it and let everyone know, Its already a great setup.
     
    Last edited: Jun 14, 2011
  15. AndersonG22

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    Ive updated the setup, the changes are in bold.

    Tires: N1

    Suspension:

    Spring rate: 11.9 - 13.4
    Ride height: 85 - 85
    Shock bound: 6 - 6
    Shock rebound: 8 - 8
    Camber angle: 2.0 - 2.5
    Toe: 0 - 0
    Stabilizers: 6 - 6

    Gears:

    Auto: 6
    Final: 4.762
    1st: 2.608
    2nd: 1.792
    3rd: 1.318
    4th: 1.120
    5th: 0.954


    Downforce:

    Remove as much as possible from both front and rear.

    LSD:

    Initial torque: 50
    LSA: 50
    LSD: 20Weight balance:

    Ballast weight: 0
    Front/rear balance: 0
     
  16. ERC Racingteam

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    Hey does anyone drift the Option Stream Z here? I do but i never see anyone drifting it. I guess its because of the severe turbo lag! Lol. If u do decide to drift it reduce the aerodynamics in the back and put a mid range turbo on and i find it helps a little if u detune the car to about 550hp. It gets rid of SOME turbo lag(only some lol) my psn is ERC-HKS_TURBO_
     
  17. mrdrifter

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    '69 Camaro SS
    Power 426BHP

    Parts :

    Racing Chip
    N2 Tires
    Supercharger
    Racing Suspension
    Full Customize Transmission
    Triple-plate clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Carbon Driveshaft
    2-way LSD

    Settings

    Spring rate: 5.5/5.5
    Ride height: 100/100
    Shock bound: 5/5
    Shock rebound: 5/5
    Camber angle: 3.0/1.0
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 1/1

    NO AIDS

    The handling can be mastered with a little practice, and when you've done that, it becomes a very fun and at the same time challenging way to drift.:dopey:
     
  18. mrdrifter

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    Nice setup, but this is probably for GT5. This is a GT4 drift settings depot.
     
  19. RDF97

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    For the Viper SRT10, what would I need to do when I'm churning out 984bhp?
    With wide variety of mods.

    I'll provide a detailed list later.
     
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2013
  20. Dian aldo

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    Settings: most fr car
    Tire n1/n1 or n2/n2

    Spring rate: 12.0/9.0
    Ride height: +10 from minimum/+10 from minimum
    Shock bound: 4/4
    Shock rebound: 8/8
    Camber angle: 2.0/1.0
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 5/5

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

    Brake ballance: 3/10

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Downforce: 10/higher than front

    Little description of handling characteristics: this setup for most fr cars,and use it for d1 style this setup for fuji speedway 2005 course,the main thing is setup gear box it can be different for any car depend on car hp,you can practice little bit and you must master the technique first i will show my vid for example,
     
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  21. Dian aldo

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    Hey dude this my video option stream z d1 style drift in suzuka ring course
     
  22. Dian aldo

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    Dont do downshifting keep the engine rev up
     
  23. BobK

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    You do realize you're replying to someone who hasn't been around in over a decade, right?
     
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