New Drift Settings Depot

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

  1. ImprezaAddict

    ImprezaAddict

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    2003 Subaru Legacy B4 2.0 GT Spec. B

    Parts to buy:
    Racing Exhaust
    Racing Brakes
    Racing Chip
    Nitrous (optional)
    Full Customize Suspension
    Full Customize Transmission
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Full Customize LSD
    N2 Tires

    Settings:

    Suspension
    Spring Rate: f 8.6, R 8.6
    Ride Height: F 124, R 130
    Shock Bound: F 10, R 10
    Shock Rebound: F 1, R 1
    Camber Angle: F 0.4, R 0.5
    Toe Angle: F 0, R 0
    Stabilizers: F 3, R 3

    Transmission

    Auto Setting: 6
    Final: 4,000

    AIDS off

    Description: Handles nicely, pretty controlable for an AWD
     
  2. pzygho_freak

    pzygho_freak

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    Nissan Silvia K's (S13) '88​


    Stats:
    Power - 249HP
    Weight - 1037kg
    Torque - 227.55ft-lb

    Parts needed:
    Tyres - N2 Comfort Tyres
    Full Customize Suspension
    Brake Balance Controller
    Stage 2 Weight Reduction
    Racing Exhaust
    Racing Chip
    Port Polish
    Full Engine Balancing
    Stage 1 Turbo Kit
    Racing Intercooler
    Full Customize Transmission
    Triple Plate Clutch
    2-Way LSD
    Carbon Driveshaft

    Suspension Settings:
    Spring Rate - 7.0/7.8
    Ride Height - 100/100
    Shock Bound - 6/8
    Shock Rebound - 6/8
    Camber Angle - 2.5/0.0
    Toe Angle - 0/0
    Stabilizers - 3/3

    Transmission Settings:
    Basically you can tune it to your liking.
    My gears were..
    Gear 1 - 2.778
    Gear 2 - 1.894
    Gear 3 - 1.392
    Gear 4 - 1.087
    Gear 5 - 0.895
    Gear 6 - 0.760
    Final Drive Ratio - 4.300
    Auto Set - 9

    Other Settings:
    Brake Balance - 3/10
    Driving Aids - All at 0
    Ballast - 0
    Weight Balance - 0

    Car's handling - Drifts pretty well. Doesn't really get too rough. All techniques should work out very well.
     
  3. thehighwaypatro

    thehighwaypatro

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    Would it be possible to get the settings for the Ford SVT F-150 Lightning 2003 and the aids don't matter.
     
  4. ImprezaAddict

    ImprezaAddict

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    "If you cannot find the settings you are looking for, please PM me your request. Posting it is not necessary. This will conserve bandwidth and space, and will also make updates much easier for me."

    No intentions to be mean, but you shouldve PMd Sheron
    Read the first post

    Wheres Sheron, I sent the settings and he hasnt replied or put them up!!
     
  5. bigrosten

    bigrosten

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    Thought that I would post my suspension settings for the corrolla as it seems to be very different from what most people run. I like my car to be set up like a rock, I find that it is much easier to maintain the drift that way. This is the setup I use on a corolla regardless of the hp it is at, though most fun fully tuned. naturally aspirated of course;) I like to use a 1 way limited slip as it locks up completely while on the gas but allows for quick turn in while off throttle. I refresh the chasis, but also throw a roll cage in to further stiffen the car.

    Spring Rate - 15/15
    Ride Height - 80/80
    Shock - 10/10
    Camber Angle - as stock custom suspension
    Toe Angle - as stock custom suspension
    Stabilizers - 6/7

    Tires vary depending on how much power the car is running, but I find it most fun with a fully tuned out NA engine and sports soft tires on. Most of my drifting is also done on smoother tracks, Apricot hill and Suzuka are my favorite. And most of my drifts are at a lower slip angle and higher speed, think minimal countersteer and rear tires slightly outstepping front. I look forward to trying some other settings that people have posted for this car.
     
  6. ImprezaAddict

    ImprezaAddict

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    They seem nice settings. Which Corolla BTW? there are several Corollas in the game.
     
  7. Sheron

    Sheron

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    @bigrosten: BE SPECIFIC!!!!! As the rules say, you must tell us the complete car name, and furthermore, spend 5 miutes readind the rules, you missed lot of things on your post.

    I have a life outside GTPlanet.
     
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  8. l2ev

    l2ev

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    Dodge Charger 440 R/T 1970
    Power: ~400hp


    Parts to buy:

    Racing Brakes
    Port and Polish
    Engine Balancing
    Fully-Customizable Transmission
    Triple-Plate Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    Fully-Customizable LSD
    Carbon Fiber Driveshaft
    Racing Suspension
    N2s
    Stage 3 Weight Reduction

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 5.2/4.7
    Ride height: 126/127
    Shock bound: 7/6
    Shock rebound: 9/10
    Camber angle: 1.3/2.7
    Toe angle: (0 - 2) / (-2 - 0)
    Stabilizers: 4/3

    LSD Setting:
    Initial Torque: 13
    LSD Accel: 46
    LSD Decel: 23

    Brake ballance: 3/3

    Transmission:
    Auto 13
    Final: 4.325
    1st: 2.369
    2nd: 1.675
    3rd: 1.270
    4th: 1.008
    5th: .822
    6th: .701

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Little description of handling characteristics:
    Use the throttle to adjust angles. My version did not have the clutch or flywheel. The car should drift fine with any of the given toe settings. The greater front toe and the smaller the rear toe... the more countersteer required for a stable drift. Adjust them to fit your style. I came up with these settings using a DS2, and it was tested on Deep Forest.
     
  9. l2ev

    l2ev

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    '01 Mazda RX-8 Concept (Type II)
    Power: 415~430 HP

    Parts to buy:

    Racing Exhaust
    Racing Brakes
    Stage 3 NA
    Port Polish
    Engine Balancing
    Racing Chip
    Close Transmission
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Racing Flywheel
    1.5 Way LSD
    Carbon Driveshaft
    N2s
    Stage 3 Weight Reduction

    Settings

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    (no others to modify)

    Little description of handling characteristics:
    This car is all about throttle control. I used a DS2 and set up the car on Deep Forest and Apricot Hill.
     
  10. l2ev

    l2ev

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    Chevrolet Camaro LM Edition ('01)
    Power: 631 HP

    Parts to buy:

    N2s


    Settings:

    Spring rate: 11.0/9.2
    Ride height: 80/80
    Shock bound: 9/9
    Shock rebound: 10/10
    Camber angle: 1.4/3.3
    Toe angle: 0/-4
    Stabilizers: 5/5

    Downforce: 37/36

    LSD Setting:
    Initial Torque: 12
    LSD Accel: 48
    LSD Decel: 14

    Brake ballance: 5/4

    Transmission:
    Auto 16
    Final: 3.390
    1st: 3.134
    2nd: 2.115
    3rd: 1.563
    4th: 1.230
    5th: 1.003
    6th: .842

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0


    Little description of handling characteristics:
    This car is nuts. It is difficult to modify race cars not to grip yet be stable. Manjis may show understeer at 150+mph. The trick is to be sensitive with the gas and the wheel. I set up the car on Apricot Hill, but it still handles bumps surprisingly well.
     
  11. niallz06

    niallz06

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    '03 Mclaren Mercedes SLR
    Power: 714hp


    Parts to buy:

    Racing Muffler
    Sports ECU
    Racing Brakes
    Brake Controller (opt)
    Race Suspension
    race tranny
    Triple plate clutch
    Race Flywheel
    Full LSD
    Max Weight reduce
    Rollcage
    Port Polish
    Engine Balancing
    Oil Change
    Carbon Driveshaft
    N1 Tyres
    N3 Tyres


    .....

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 6.5/6.5
    Ride height: 100/100
    Shock bound: 2/2
    Shock rebound: 2/2
    Camber angle: 3.0/1.7
    Toe angle: 1.0/-1.0
    Stabilizers: 2/2

    LSD Setting:
    Initial Torque: 30
    LSD Accel: 50
    LSD Decel: 50

    Brake ballance: 10/10

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Tranny:
    Auto 9

    Tyres :
    N3(f)
    N1(r)
    Downforce:N/A

    VCD Setting: N/A

    Ballast:N/A

    Little description of handling characteristics:
    Ok my third post, i will admit these settings are a little flawed but its the best i can get them snap back can affect on high speed entries and hairpins:ouch: , but other than that i find it fine. good luck and if ya have any suggestions for improvement let me know.

    keep it mean keep it clean :)

    Update courtesy of L2EV thanks dude!
     
  12. l2ev

    l2ev

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    Id help you if I knew what car it was for.
     
  13. niallz06

    niallz06

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    its for a mclaren mercedes slr xD
     
  14. l2ev

    l2ev

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    ;) I was actually going to make some settings for that car, so I will try to help you out when I get the chance.
     
  15. niallz06

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    if ya wana try my settings out? then edit em then tell sheron that would be a good idea :sly:

    unless u wana take all the credit :ouch:


    but yeah im still tryin deal with the snapback

    *EDIT* Oops looks like i forgot to say i beat ya to it XD
     
  16. turbobilly

    turbobilly

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    Hello , I am looking for some driftsettings for my blue '90 Supra TT 2.5 R ..

    I got it to 634 (something) HP after oil change and all the mods and now it drifts pretty good in standard form (!) on SS tires !!! Only the 'snapback' is a bit wicked but I can probably fix this with some weight transfer ?

    Can anyone help me with these settings ? I searched but could only find settings for a supra with stage 1 or 2 turbos ,and also saw in the drift 'bible' that's it's good to have 300-350hp when drifting but i want to try a bit more extreme ..

    So , it's got all of the mods and runs 630+-HP on SS tires
    the only thing I changed was the brake balance , it's was set to F-8 R-10 ....
    thanx !
     
  17. niallz06

    niallz06

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    yeah snapback is pretty evil with that car p.m me your current settings i will help ya out im runnin 550 hp on mine with no trouble.
    for now try reducing your tyres to ss at the front and sm at the rear

    *edit* weight transfer wouldnt really make any difference
     
  18. l2ev

    l2ev

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    You should PM requests to Sheron.

    Niallz, I tried your settings, and I liked them the way they were as long as you don't floor it too much. The car is great when you use adequate throttle control. The car snaps when the tires spin too fast and oversteer. To help your problem, I suggest raising the rear camber to like 1.7. With the higher rear camber the rear tires are flatter during drift, so it takes more power to get the tires to spin too fast and reduces oversteer at the same time. Also, when the car is straight, the rear tires have less grip. This should give the car a controllable snap affect when entering a drift.

    Unfortunately, you cannot add a wing to this car because it needs it. The car understeers at high speeds and putting just 2-4 downforce on the front would fix that right up.

    I set the Fully Customizable Transmission on auto 9, because 3rd gear is incredibly tall with a stock tranny which will ruin your drifts on upshift. It actually shifts out of the torque band.

    You may want to include the carbon driveshaft in your list of parts. It doesn't have a great impact, but it can't hurt.

    I think you posted the wrong tire choice though. On S1s, your settings have an amazing amount of grip. The car grabs every part of the road it can to not slide. With a slightly stiffer suspension and lower LSD settings, it would make a great Nurburgring car. Your settings only work on N1s.
     
  19. niallz06

    niallz06

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    L2EV i gave ya a mention on my settings :) thanks dude i owe you one!

    regards

    niallz06
     
  20. Sheron

    Sheron

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    Sheron's Universal Drift Settings

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 5.0/5.0
    Ride height: low but not at lowest
    Shock bound: 5/5
    Shock rebound: 5/4
    Camber angle: 3.0/1.0
    Toe angle: 0.0/-2.0
    Stabilizers: 1/1

    LSD Setting: Just buy a 2 way LSD.

    Brake ballance: 10/10

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Little description: If the car needs more oversteer, do the folowing steps: reduce rear rebound 1 or 2. If it isn't enough, then increase front bound 1. Not enough?, decrease rear bound 1 or 2. If you still think there isn't enough oversteer, change spring rates.
     
  21. SPEEDSTER SAM

    SPEEDSTER SAM

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    PAGANI ZONDA C12S 7.3 '02

    1033 BHP

    Parts To Buy;
    have an oil change before you do anything
    Buy the best parts the italians have in there shop

    buy Medium sports (s2)



    Suspension

    spring rate: 15.8/11.7
    ride hight: 53/53
    damper(bounce side): 8/8
    damper(rebound side): 8/8
    camber: 2.0/1.0
    toe:0/0
    stabiliser:5/5

    Nos

    50

    Transimssion

    auto set: 16

    Brake balance

    3/18

    Aids

    All off

    Weight control

    Ballast weight : 16
    front/rear balance: 50


    NOTES: This car is a real drift thriller,be sure to counter steer with your throttle
     
  22. niallz06

    niallz06

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    yeah great but what car is it?
     
  23. SPEEDSTER SAM

    SPEEDSTER SAM

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    sorry ...i have put it in now
     
  24. niallz06

    niallz06

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    you drift that thing? maaan your crazy!
     
  25. SamuraiGuy

    SamuraiGuy

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    '04 Honda Integra Type R (DC5)
    Power:319HP


    Parts to buy:

    Oil Change
    Racing Exhaust
    Sports Chip
    NA Tuning Stage 2
    Racing Brakes
    Brake Controller
    Racing Suspension
    Custom Transmission
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Racing Fly Wheel
    2-Way LSD
    Stage 2 Weight Reduction
    N3+N1 Tires

    Tires
    N3 Front
    N1 Rear

    Settings:

    Spring rate: 8.5/7.0
    Ride height: 95/95
    Shock bound: 7/9
    Shock rebound: 7/9
    Camber angle: 2.0/1.0
    Toe angle: 0.0/0.0
    Stabilizers: 1/1


    Brake ballance: 3/6

    Transmission: Autoset 12 or whatever you normally prefer.

    TCS: 0
    ASM: 0

    Ballast:20
    Front/Rear Balance:20

    Little description of handling characteristics: I set up the car is so you don't have to use your e-brake unless of course you're making slight adjustments. Its actually pretty good for high speeds on the curves at El Captain.
     
  26. Fall_Ryan

    Fall_Ryan

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    **Delete**
     
  27. niallz06

    niallz06

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    post requests to sheron! p.m him the settings READ THE RULES!!!:ouch:
     
  28. Fall_Ryan

    Fall_Ryan

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    Sorry, didn't catch that.

    No need to get all pissy though <_<

    That, and you dont happen look like a mod.
     
  29. Mind SV

    Mind SV Premium

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    You dont have to yell at people, you were once new here too. Even the best of us make mistakes.

    Sorry for niallz06's outburst Fall_ryan.
     
  30. niallz06

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    i diddnt mean it like a yell! oops :ouch: did it again

    anyhow i was just emphasising because the mods can get pretty pissy about it :)

    apologies

    niallz06