Obelisk's Tuning Garage (Open to requests)

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by Obelisk, Jan 16, 2015.

  1. Obelisk

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    Hi everybody. I'm Obelisk and what I'm offering in this garage are online-ready tunes that are equipped with everyone's go-to racing tires: Racing Soft. I also will occassionally do Boy Racer tunes where I build a race car out of a road car using the aero kits.

    I am open for requests, and I usually have enough free time to knock out a tune in a day to three days.
    Do keep in mind that most of my tunes are on RS tires, so they may or may not work on RM or RH tires.
    My format will read pretty simply. I'll describe my views on the car and then proceed from there.

    To keep from flooding, I'll link each tune to their respective posts.

    The first tune will be here in the OP.




    1968 Honda S800 RSC
    I really like this little car. It's a very agile machine that can take a lot of abuse without fighting back. I made this tune at 444 PP (fully upgraded) but it should be usable on short tracks where larger cars spend more time braking than accelerating, like Autumn Ring Mini.

    The tune:
    444 pp, 156 HP, 627 kg

    Upgrades:
    All Racing Tires (RH/RM/RS)
    Full Custom Suspension
    Full Custom Limited-Slip Diff
    Stage 3 Engine Tuning
    Sports Computer
    Racing Exhaust
    High RPM Turbo Kit
    Stage 3 Weight Reduction
    Oil Change
    Improve Rigidity


    Suspension:
    Ride Height: 90/90
    Spring Rate: 7.40/7.55
    Compression: 3/4
    Extension: 3/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3/3
    Camber: 0/0
    Toe angle: 0.00/0.10
    Brakes: 3/7

    Transmission:
    I'm personally surprised here. I never touched the transmission in this car.


    Drivetrain:
    Initial: 5
    Accel: 30
    Brake: 15

    Power:
    No adjustments here

    Body:
    Downforce: 150/350

    Enjoy the car! Leave feedback.

    Other tunes:
    Opera S2000 '04
    Chevrolet Corvette Stingray '14
    Lamborghini Diablo GT2 '98
    Cizeta V16T '94
    Mazda RX-8 Type S '07
    Caterham Seven Fireblade '02
    Nissan Silvia spec-R AERO (S15) Touring Car '02
    TVR Tuscan Speed 6 Touring '00

    Audi Auto Union V16 Type C Streamliner '37
    Mazda BP Falken RX-7 (D1GP) '03
    Mazda LM55 Vision GT
    Honda MUGEN MOTUL CIVIC Si '87
    Volkswagen Golf IV Touring Car '01
    Nissan Fairlady Z 300ZX TwinTurbo 2seater (Z32) '89

    Mercedes-Benz AMG VGT Racing Series
    Mazda MX-5 Miata (NA) '89

    Fiat Abarth 500 '09
    Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster '60
    Nissan GT-R LM NISMO '15
    Toyota GT-One (TS020) '99
    Tajima 2012 Monster Sport E-RUNNER Pikes Peak Special
    Suzuki V6 ESCUDO Pikes Peak Special '98
    Monster Sport 2011 Monster Sport SX4 Pikes Peak Special

    Blitz DUNLOP ER34 SKYLINE '07
    Infiniti FX45 Concept '02
     
    Last edited: Mar 28, 2016
  2. Obelisk

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    2004 Opera S2000
    Opera really took this project seriously. The car handles incredibly well even on Sports Tires (I use it as my touge car)

    This tune will work all the way down to Sports: Hard tires. I have logged it at 6:40s on the Nordschleife on racing tires.

    The tune:
    500 pp, 312 HP, 920 KG

    Upgrades needed:
    Any tire from SH to RS
    Full custom suspension
    Racing brakes
    Full custom transmission
    Full custom differential
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning
    Window Weight Reduction
    Improve Rigidity
    Oil change


    Suspension:
    Ride Height: 80/80
    Spring Rate: 12.90/13.80
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4/4
    Camber: 0/0
    Toe: 0.00/0.10

    Transmission:
    Set final gear to 5.500
    Set max speed to 124 MPH/199 KMH
    Gear 1: 4.083
    Gear 2: 2.862
    Gear 3: 2.121
    Gear 4: 1.649
    Gear 5: 1.339
    Gear 6: 1.136
    Final Gear: 3.500

    Drivetrain:
    Initial: 5
    Accel: 10
    Brake: 5

    Power:
    Limiter: 89.1%

    Body:
    Downforce: 0/100

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2015
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  3. JurracGT

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    How about a 420pp tune for the 1968 Honda S800 RSC on Sports Hard. Thanks!
     
  4. Obelisk

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    I'll give that a shot, although I have a feeling I'll just be changing some things on the 450pp tune already up for the RSC.

    Should be able to get it out here at about 2 or 3 PM EST today (Currently 9:18 AM EST as of this edit.)
     
    Last edited: Jan 20, 2015
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  5. Obelisk

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    Jurrac, I apologize for the late reply. The tune already posted for the S800 RSC should work for your needs. Just use a mid or low range turbo for power reduction and shorten the transmission by about .200.
     
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    2014 Chevrolet Corvette Stingray (C7)
    "Boy Racer"

    This tune is an attempt by me to turn the C7 into a makeshift race car for those budget drivers who can't afford the actual race cars.
    Handles well, but it is still a road car, so brake early.

    PP: 600
    HP: 574 HP
    Weight: 1230 KG
    Distribution: 50:50

    Total Credit Cost: 233,200 including car and parts. More credits will be needed if custom paint is desired.

    Parts:
    Do not change the oil or improve the chassis.
    Type B Aero Kit
    Type A Flat Floor
    Custom Rear Wing
    • Type C mount, Type E Wing, Type C Winglets at -15 Height and -18 Width
    GT-Aa08 wheels, Standard Size
    Racing Soft tires
    Full Custom Suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Full Custom Transmission
    Full Custom Differential
    Triple-plate Clutch
    Carbon Drive Shaft
    Sports Computer
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Intake Tuning
    Stage 3 Weight Reduction
    Carbon Hood
    Window Reduction

    The Set-Up
    Power: 100%
    Drivetrain:
    Initial: 5
    Accel: 15
    Braking: 10
    Body:
    Downforce: 0 and 20
    Transmission:
    Set initial Final to 5.000
    Set Max Speed to 149 MPH
    Gear 1: 2.539
    Gear 2: 1.983
    Gear 3: 1.566
    Gear 4: 1.274
    Gear 5: 1.071
    Gear 6: 0.928
    Gear 7: 0.826
    Final: 3.295

    Suspension and Brakes:
    Brakes: 5/5
    Ride Height: 90/90
    Spring Rate: 11.35/12.50
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bar: 4/4
    Camber: 0/0
    Toe: 0.05/0.05

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2015
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  7. MannYhAvitZ

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    @Obelisk
    I will give the StingRay a go next time I get the Chance but I do have a request....
    Can You make a Tune for the:

    Lamborghini Diablo GT2 '98?!

    I have tried so many setups and I can't drive that thing!! I love the car and I would like to use it at a casual night race, But I can control that beast at all!!

    Thank you :cheers:
     
    Last edited: Mar 13, 2015
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  8. jr4737

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    You got a test from Manny
    I still using your tune for CRX
     
  9. Obelisk

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    PP, tire grade?
     
  10. MannYhAvitZ

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    Stock tyres and pp
     
  11. Obelisk

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    Totally stock? OK. I'll give it a shot tonight.
     
  12. Obelisk

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    Lamborghini Diablo GT2 '98
    "Weedboy's Hell on Wheels"

    @MannYhAvitZ requested this tune. The GT2 is a major pain in the arse to drive and tune, but I got it somewhat decent.

    By request, HP and weight are at default settings. This car is better off driven gently into the turns instead of being thrown recklessly into the apex.

    Parts:
    No oil change or chassis improvement.
    Aero Kit A
    Sports Hard tires (default)
    Full Custom Suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Full Custom Differential
    Full Custom Transmission
    Triple Plate Clutch

    The set-up:

    Suspension:
    Ride height: 60/60
    Spring Rate: 19.90/28.55
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4/4
    Camber: 0/0
    Toe: 0.10/0.40
    Brakes: 5/5

    Transmission:
    Set final to 5.500
    Set Max Speed to 149 MPH
    Gear 1: 2.247
    Gear 2: 1.736
    Gear 3: 1.304
    Gear 4: 1.030
    Gear 5: 0.845
    Final: 3.575

    Drivetrain:
    Initial: 5
    Accel: 15
    Braking: 10

    Body:
    Downforce: 80/150

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
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  13. MannYhAvitZ

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    Nice!! I'll give it a try when I get home:cheers:
     
  14. Obelisk

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    Take this to heart: Turn it gently not harshly and the tune should handle it
     
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  15. Rickrmtskingdom

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    Me too
     
  16. Rickrmtskingdom

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    How about a tune for the Cizeta OB
     
    Last edited: Mar 14, 2015
  17. Obelisk

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    PP, Tires?
    I'll also build it as a racer body if you want me to.
     
  18. Obelisk

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    Cizeta V16T '94
    "Rick's Monster"

    I didn't get any specifics for PP or Tires so I just went crazy with the car...Bad move. This thing suffers more tailspin than a Widowmaker Porsche.
    However, after one major adjustment, the thing drives insanely fast and stable.

    PP: 550
    HP: 579
    Weight: 1,513 KG
    Weight Distribution: 48:52

    Parts:
    No oil change or chassis improvement.

    Aero Kit A
    Custom Wing A
    Standard Size RAYS TE37SL (Black)
    Full Custom Suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Full Custom Transmission
    Full Custom Differential
    Triple Plate Clutch
    Stage 3 Weight Reduction
    Carbon Hood (Body Color)
    Window Weight Reduction

    The Set-Up:

    Suspension:
    Ride Height: 85/85
    Spring Rate: 9.85/17.50
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4/4
    Camber: 0/0
    Toe: 0.05/0.25
    Brakes: 6/4

    Transmission:
    Set final to 5.500
    Set Max Speed to 137
    Gear 1: 2.831
    Gear 2: 2.183
    Gear 3: 1.643
    Gear 4: 1.266
    Gear 5: 1.001
    Final: 3.160

    Drivetrain:
    Initial: 5
    Accel: 10
    Braking: 5

    Power: 100%

    Body:
    Ballast: 200 KG @ -50%
    Downforce: 0/220

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
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  19. Rickrmtskingdom

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    Thanks again OB! ahhh and what do you mean with racer body?
     
  20. Obelisk

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    The Aero Kit that I installed on it.
     
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  21. Ares85

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    How about a tune for mazda rx8 whit this spec on RH, full aero

    Mazda RX - 8 Type S ‘07

    509 PP
    350 hp
    Sports Computer
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning
    1150 kg
    Stage 2 upgrade, then add weight
     
  22. Obelisk

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    I'll take a bit of time today to try the car out. Any particular track or just a general tune?
    Side note: I'm using auto-set speed for the transmission until the bug gets fixed.
     
  23. Obelisk

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    Mazda RX-8 Type S '07 "Ares' Build"

    The Flat Floor really benefits the car in this build, and it can take whatever is thrown at it.

    Suspension:
    Ride Height: 100/100
    Spring Rate: 8.10/9.45
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4/4
    Camber: 0/0
    Toe: 0.00/0.15
    Brakes: 5/5

    Transmission:
    Auto set Top Speed to 186 MPH

    Drivetrain:
    Initial: 8
    Accel: 15
    Braking: 12

    Body
    Downforce: 0/20
    Ballast: 11 KG @ 50%

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
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  24. Ares85

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    Hey, Obelisk i forgot to add a few information about the track and the required time, tested the Mazda at Grand Valley East Course my best time so far is 1:05.4, and am looking for the settings below 1:05, I tried your settings and considering my driving style car threw back too much, still testing, so I hope that I would achieve the required time.
     
  25. Obelisk

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    Grand Valley East...Got it. I use Midfield as my test track for most tunes, so I'll switch over to GVE after work to get a sub 1:05.

    Edit: Did not have time to do it. If you want more speed, try turning down the rear downforce.
     
    Last edited: Mar 25, 2015
  26. Ares85

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    usually, all my cars i tune whit the downforce set to 5, i'm not looking for greater speed, but better stability of back of the car, especially when exiting the corner.
     
  27. Obelisk

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    In that case, move the ballast to the middle or front of the car.
     
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  28. Ares85

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    It would probably help, but in this specification, Mazda has only 11 kg of ballast, so moving it from the -50 or to +50 does not do anything, because it makes no difference to the weight distribution, I changed a few settings and I was able to achieve a 1:05.055:D
     
  29. Obelisk

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    Good job! How was my initial tune?
     
  30. Ares85

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    depending on the what you are useing to drive or DS3 controller or wheel and driving style, I use the DS3 and yours settings for me was a bit too much oversteer.