Obelisk's Tuning Garage (Open to requests)

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

  1. Obelisk

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    I did not include a turbo in my testing. The initial tuning set-up I have was set up for RS tires so now I'll check to see if I have to make changes.
     
  2. edge988

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    Ok, thank you very much!
     
  3. Obelisk

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    edge988's request:
    Fiat Abarth 500 '09

    What a remarkable little hatchback. Responded well to tuning and drove even better!
    ( @XS this is RH tires)

    The tune:
    443 PP, 215 HP, 920 KG

    Racing Hard tirea
    Full Custom Suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Full Custom Transmission
    Full Custom Differential
    Triple-Plate Clutch
    Stage 3 Engine
    Sports Computer
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning
    Stage 3 Weight
    Carbon Hood (body color)
    Window Weight reduction

    The set-up
    Suspension
    Ride Height: 110/110
    Spring Rate: 5.00/3.30
    Compression: 3/3
    Extension: 3/3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3/3
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe: -0.05/-0.05
    Brakes: 5/5

    Transmission
    Set Final Gear to 5.000
    Set Max. Speed to 112 MPH
    Gear 1: 2.383
    Gear 2: 1.864
    Gear 3: 1.430
    Gear 4: 1.140
    Gear 5: 0.962
    Final Gear: 3.000
    Note: 3.710 final gear is good for shorter tracks. The 3.000 is meant for the Nürburgring.

    Drivetrain
    Initial: 5
    Accel: 15
    Brake: 10

    Power
    Limiter: 99.1%

    Body
    Ballast: 56 KG @ 50%

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback!
     
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  4. edge988

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    Thanks!
     
  5. Obelisk

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    No problem! Let me know how the drive is.
     
  6. Obelisk

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    Tuner update:
    I've discovered that the MX5 tune has snap oversteer on tracks like Sierra (In particular, going over crests during a corner). Just be warned when you use the car.

    This means my next car will be dialed back to make it more stable.
    Hint: It's a SEMA winner.
     
    Last edited: May 16, 2015
  7. Obelisk

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    1960 Plymouth XNR Ghia Roadster
    Before I start: This car hates everyone.
    Now, the car is a grumpy one...It fries the front tires if you don't brake lightly enough or time the turn right. Even if you get it right, the tire still heats up. Also, prone to snap oversteer and understeer if abused. It isn't the fastest cornering machine but it has a remarkable top speed of 211 MPH in this configuration.


    The tune:
    500pp, 435 HP, 1245 KG

    Other Parts A
    Improve Body Rigidity
    Racing Soft tires
    Full Custom Suspension
    Racing Brakes
    Full Custom Transmission
    Full Custom Differential
    Triple-Plate Clutch
    Carbon Drive Shaft
    Stage 3 Engine
    Sports Computer
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Supercharger
    Stage 3 Weight Reduction

    The set-up:
    Suspension
    Ride Height: 120/120
    Spring Rate: 11.75/7.10
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4/4
    Camber: 0/0
    Toe: -0.10/-0.15
    Brake: 5/5

    Transmission
    Set the Final Gear to 5.000
    Set the Max. Speed to 124 MPH
    Gear 1: 3.174
    Gear 2: 2.435
    Gear 3: 1.896
    Gear 4: 1.515
    Gear 5: 1.251
    Final: 2.600

    Drivetrain
    Initial: 5
    Accel: 15
    Brake: 10

    Power
    Limiter: 97.4%

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
  8. Obelisk

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    Nissan GT-R LM NISMO '15
    What a car, what a car! This bizarre FWD prototype is a serious competitor and it tells you that point blank. On a comparison test on the Nürburgring, it tied Praiano's 2J tune's lap time of 6:01. It's just an absurdly quick ugly car.

    The tune:
    650pp, 581 HP, 880 KG
    Note: This tune is capable of racing on RH, RM AND RS tires. All you need to do is fit the right tires for the race you're in.

    The set-up:
    Anything in bold here is locked.

    Suspension
    Ride Height: This is locked.
    Spring Rate: 30.38/8.94
    Compression: 3/3
    Extension: 3/3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 1/7
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe Angle: -0.20/-0.20
    Brake: 5/4

    Transmission is locked.

    Drivetrain
    Initial: 10
    Accel: 20
    Brake: 15

    Power
    Limiter: 96.3%

    Body
    Downforce is locked.



    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
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  9. Obelisk

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    Coming soon (have to test online):
    Toyota GT-One (TS020) '99
    Toyota MINOLTA 88CV '89
    "Boy Racer" Ford Mustang Boss 302 '13
     
  10. Obelisk

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    Toyota GT-One (TS020) '99
    Now where do I start? Another exceptional LMP with handling that makes you wish you could actually drive the thing in real life. Tune is a bit twitchy, and will spin out in low traction surfaces. Be warned.

    No upgrades needed-Just buy a set of RM and RS tires and you're good. Tune works on all racing tires.

    The tune
    650PP, 645 HP, 900 kg

    The set-up
    Suspension
    Ride Height: 60/60
    Spring Rate: 17.20/18.70
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 3/3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3/3
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe: 0.00/0.10
    Brakes: 5/5

    Transmission
    Set the final speed to 5.500
    Set the Max. Speed to 186 MPH/300 KPH
    Gear 1: 2.119
    Gear 2: 1.600
    Gear 3: 1.209
    Gear 4: 0.975
    Gear 5: 0.796
    Gear 6: 0.677
    Final: 4.200

    Drivetrain
    Initial: 15
    Accel: 35
    Brake: 25

    Power
    Limiter: 84.5%

    Body
    Downforce: 600/850

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
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  11. Obelisk

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    Update: Minolta scrapped, Boss 302 finished, three other "Boy Racer" tunes being worked on.
     
  12. Obelisk

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    Another update, and three new tunes.

    None of those tunes quoted above have made it.

    New tunes:

    This is one wonky machine. Despite being a Pikes Peak runner, absolutely bizarre looking, and an electric vehicle, this thing is slow as heck around corners. It may not be useful outside of high-downforce, high speed tracks such as Pikes Peak, but in that environment it works great.
    Vehicle works on RH, RM and RS tires, although it suffers from loss of grip rather quickly on RH tires.

    Upgrades needed:
    None

    The set-up:
    650pp, ??? HP, ??? kg (seriously...?)

    Suspension
    Ride Height: 50/50
    Spring Rate: 20.70/22.00
    Compression: 4/5
    Extension: 4/5
    ARBs: 4/5
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe: 0.00/0.00
    Brake: 10/10

    Transmission
    N/A

    Drivetrain
    Initial: 20/30
    Accel: 30/40
    Brake: 25/35

    Power
    Limiter: 84.5%

    Body
    Downforce: 500/700

    Suzuki V6 ESCUDO Pikes Peak Special '98
    The legend of GT returns! This big, red rocket on wheels has proven itself a great LMP rival on track. The thing is, it's very grumpy and hates sudden weight transfer. Downforce is your best friend here! Also, do not make any reckless moves, especially during heavy breaking. The back will slide out fast.

    Works on RH, RM and RS tires.

    Upgrades:
    None.

    The set-up:
    700pp, 951 HP, 800 KG

    Suspension
    Ride Height: 90/90
    Spring Rate: 10.30/13.00
    Compression: 5/5
    Extension: 5/5
    ARBs: 5/5
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe: 0.00/0.00
    Brake: 10/10

    Transmission
    Set Final Gear to 5.000
    Set Max Speed to 224 MPH
    Gear 1: 2.348
    Gear 2: 1.735
    Gear 3: 1.290
    Gear 4: 1.010
    Gear 5: 0.815
    Gear 6: 0.686
    Final: 4.440
    Note: Launching is a tad poor due to turbo lag. Car can draft to 239 MPH in this configuration.

    Drivetrain
    Torque: 50:50
    Initial: 15/25
    Accel: 35/45
    Brake: 25/35

    Power
    Limiter: 97.8%

    Body
    Downforce: 500/700

    Monster Sport SX4 Pikes Peak Special 2011
    This one is, without a doubt, the most stable and well balanced of the three Pikes Peak Specials. It offers great grip, great cornering and a balanced top speed.

    Works with RH, RM and RS. Also works on the Base Model variant.
    Upgrades:
    None (Set up will work work with a Stage 3 Turbo without any changes)

    The set-up:
    650pp, 763 HP, 1090 KG

    Suspension
    Ride Height: 85/85
    Spring Rate: 14.10/15.60
    Compression: 5/5
    Extension: 5/5
    ARBs: 5/5
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe: 0.00/0.00
    Brake: 10/10

    Transmission
    Set Final Gear to 5.500
    Set Max Speed to 217 MPH
    Gear 1: 2.465
    Gear 2: 1.815
    Gear 3: 1.360
    Gear 4: 1.065
    Gear 5: 0.860
    Gear 6: 0.732
    Final Gear: 4.850

    Drivetrain
    Torque: 50:50
    Initial: 15/25
    Accel: 35/45
    Brake: 25/35

    Power
    Limiter: 85.1%

    Body
    Downforce: 500/700

    Enjoy the tunes. Leave feedback.
     
  13. Obelisk

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    I should keep at this...Anyways, new one.

    Blitz DUNLOP ER34 SKYLINE '07
    Another screwball car from the depths of the GT6 car pool. This is a Premium Blitz, and it's also bloody terrible with a turbo. So the solution? Instead of taking it up a peg, I knocked it down a peg. For a D1GP sedan, this ER34 is surprisingly good. I tested it at the Norschleife, Monaco and Midfield. (6:57, 1:38, 1:11 respectively) Expect to see understeer if you floor it mid-turn or try to turn above 150 MPH. Excellent car if you can stand the odd-ball attitude of the car.

    The tune:
    550PP, 480 HP, 1252 KG
    Equipped and tested on RS tires.

    Parts:
    Full custom transmission
    Chassis reinforcement

    The set-up:
    Suspension
    Ride Height: 70/70
    Spring Rate: 19.00/14.70
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    ARBs: 4/4
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe: -0.10/0.05
    Brakes: 5/5

    Transmission
    Set the Final Gear to 5.500
    Set Max Speed to 162 MPH
    Gear 1: 3.000
    Gear 2: 2.063
    Gear 3: 1.485
    Gear 4: 1.131
    Gear 5: 0.902
    Gear 6: 0.753
    Final: 4.520

    Drivetrain
    Initial: 15
    Accel: 25
    Brake: 20

    Power
    Limiter: 82.4%

    Body
    Downforce: 200/500

    Enjoy the tune. Leave feedback.
     
  14. Obelisk

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    Infiniti FX45 Concept '02 - "Acrofatic"
    Good god, is this thing agile. So, an SUV. I was just messing around with it and was caught off guard by how quick the thing is in corners - the low curb weight helps! A rough lap at the Nurburgring on the DFGT yielded a 6:45.851. Therefore, I have dubbed it Acrofatic.

    Best with RS tires.
    The tune:
    550 PP
    562 HP
    1235 KG

    Parts:
    Stage 3 Body Reduction
    Window Weight Reduction
    Stage 3 Engine
    Sports Computer
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Catalytic Converter: Sports
    Intake Tuning
    Supercharger
    Full Custom LSD
    Triple-Plate Clutch
    Carbon Driveshaft
    Torque-Distributing Center Differential
    Full Custom Suspension
    1Racing Brakes
    This tune uses the default gearbox.

    The set-up:
    Suspension
    Ride Height: 120/120
    Spring Rate: 7.90/8.75
    Compression: 4/4
    Extension: 4/4
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4/4
    Camber: 0.0/0.0
    Toe: -0.05/0.05
    Brakes: 5/5

    Transmission
    Default gearbox

    Drivetrain
    Initial: 10/15
    Accel: 15/25
    Brake: 20/20
    Torque Split: 35:65

    Power
    Limiter: 90.6%

    Enjoy the tune! Leave feedback.
     
  15. turismoslayer

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    Gonna give your FX tune a go when I get a chance to fire up the game. Also gonna try it on the G35 since they share the same platform.
     
  16. Obelisk

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    I didn't know they were on the same platform!
     
  17. turismoslayer

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    It's the FM, or front midships platform. The engines were pushed back as far as possible to the firewall and behind the front axle to shift more weight to the middle of the car for better balance. I've also seen it caled the E platform which most Nissan and Infiniti RWD and AWD layouts use. Also, I drive a G35 sedan in the real world. :D
     
  18. Harsk100

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    Do you do any replicas?
     
  19. Obelisk

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    I'm not sure if I can, but I'll try.
     
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    Okay then.
     
  21. Obelisk

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    Did you want a tune?

    @turismoslayer nice! I'll have to look into it - maybe I can get an FX-45 in real life and sleeper it.
     
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    Full replica, please.

    Tires which were from the real life.
     
  25. Obelisk

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    Gotcha.
     
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  26. Obelisk

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    I have PM'd you your replica tune. Let me know how it feels.
     
  27. turismoslayer

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    I took the FX out today with your tune to the Nurburgring. At first I put down a stock lap to get a feel for the car, which actually felt pretty good and stable. Nothing too fast, 8:25.327. After that I applied the tune but left the stock sport hard tires equipped. Found out quick they were too little tire for that much power so I upped to the sport softs. I think these tires can work well with your set up but I'll give your intended tires a go next time I'm on. Anyway, feedback. Agility was definitely there but for me it felt a bit too stiff and bouncy. Probably better suited on a flatter circuit. The racing brakes at 5 may have been a bit much for the sport softs, but like I said before I'll try with the racing softs as suggested. I'd like this tune to work on sport softs if possible. Other than that, good job.

    Edit: I'll let you know an updated lap time when I finally make it round the circuit.
     
    Last edited: Apr 4, 2016
  28. Obelisk

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    I'll see if I can alter the settings for SS. Try lowering the dampers and ARBs to accomodate the lower grip tires.
     
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  29. Obelisk

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    "Simplicity" - Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 V*Spec II



    Parts:
    Stage 3 Weight
    Stage 3 Turbo
    Race Transmission
    Race Suspension

    Suspension:
    110 - 80 Ride Height (nothing else changed)

    Transmission:
    Set Final to 5.500, then Speed to 211 MPH
    1: 1.959
    2: 1.441
    3: 1.097
    4: 0.860
    5: 0.700
    6: 0.590
    Final: 4.465

    Power:
    Limiter set to 95.7%

    NOTE: Shift at 7100 for best results.

    Been over a year, huh? I've been meaning to do this again but life got in the way. This tune is compliant with the Midnight spec set forth by Legends of the Streets.