PRAIANO'S TUNES : SETTINGS FOR GT7

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Shelby GT359 '65 - 700PP - Racing Hard Tires - All Tracks - 1.27
Very fast on Lemans , just medium performance on technical turny track.
You can use the car with no supercharger at 600PP , with Sport Hard or medium tires.
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Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo - 600PP - Sport Hard tires - Tokyo rain event

No rear wing is a nice option in my opinion , i think it's option B... Up to you.

Great drive , the car lap 2:11 regular out of traffic or in light traffic , turns section is a very satisfying part every lap , this turn the race extremelly fun.

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1- set auto speed at the minimum 250kmh
2-set the final gear to 3.940 .
3- set each gear ratio beginning from the last gear to first gear in this order.
Done.

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Amuse s2000 gt1turbo Tokyo rain 600pp is now 636.48 pp
 
To add a bit of info to your post, the Escort RS Cosworth (aka EsCos) was built from a Sierra RS Cosworth 4x4 floorpan, as the Escort inherited the YB engine and transmission from the Sierra, although upgraded. I saw pictures of some Sierra RS Cosworths with V6 cosworth engines, but those Cosworth V6s were swapped form the Scorpio V6 Cosworth. One of neighbours had one, the engine was codenamed BOA and was an evolution of the V6 Cologne block.

Yes, you did recall correctly.
Yep. IIRC the Cosworth V6 in the Scorpio was 24v 2.9, whereas the Cologne was 12v 2.8 (which was the the engine in my dad’s Ford Granada 2.8i Ghia - the car in which I experienced 100mph for the first time, as a kid back in the 80s. I blame him for my petrolheadonism. And my uncle’s R5 GTT 😁)
 
That Chiron gets a hilariously low aero (150-200 when maxed), given it's mighty hp number, so it is a bit of a handful to drive. Slapped a quick tune and did a livery for a maxed out Chiron with almost 1800 hp, did a 3.25 with racing softs at Le Mans. You need to be very gentle in fast speed turns, and also when using anything less than 5th gear and car is not straight.

It is a monster in the straight now with the extra power and less weight (1500-1600kg now). Does 420 km/h before first braking zone into the first Mulsanne straight chicane 😎⚡ Gonna check later today what it does at Route X. Probably easily 450 km/h+ without the slip 🤔 A French monster 🇨🇵

I reckon a detuned Chiron could be fun at Le Mans WTC700, but pretty sure you need the stage 4 weight reduction for the fuel consumption to not get too brutal 🤔 You can get it from the tuning shop so the car weighs 1560ish kgs.
 

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New engine swap: the Civic to the Abarth.
Maxed out: 483BHP/537kg 😃

I wish I had this for The Human Comedy Alsace 1h...

UPDATE:
There are "little" problems with the control, even in the 4th gear you are suddenly on 2 wheels 😆😂🤣
 

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Porsche 911 Turbo (930) '81 - 700PP - Racing Hard Tires - All Track -1.27
Same setting for 600PP Sport Hard or 700PP Racing Hard .
You don't need to perform all the weight reduction , just respect the front rear weight balance 42/58. Just one click before the 43%.
The car is not a top performant car at 700PP or 600PP , but i love the driving sensation. Specially on Tokyo where i love to drive it cockpit view. A must.
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maestro, after you finish tuning the new cars of this update, would you be able to get your hands on the swapped BMW M3 and the swapped abarth 595? thank you

New engine swap: the Civic to the Abarth.
Maxed out: 483BHP/537kg 😃

I wish I had this for The Human Comedy Alsace 1h...

UPDATE:
There are "little" problems with the control, even in the 4th gear you are suddenly on 2 wheels 😆😂🤣
Sorry , no way to set something to turn it drivable. This car is 100% broken & bugged.
Triple barrel roll , wheely is controlable with front ballast , but the lateral stability is impossible.
Sorry again.
 
Sorry , no way to set something to turn it drivable. This car is 100% broken & bugged.
Triple barrel roll , wheely is controlable with front ballast , but the lateral stability is impossible.
Sorry again.
I placed weight in front and it works wonderfully
 
TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00 - 700PP - Racing Hard Tires - All Track-SWAP - 1.39

Wide body car.
SWAP ENGINE LT4-CAMARO

Rims size 16" - Rim Width Wide - Offset Wide

Front A - Side A - Rear A - Wing Custom

I favor the grip on this car , excelent for SPA , Nordschleife , Suzuka.....

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Audi TTS '14 - 700 PP - Racing Hard tires - All Track -Swap-1.39
Wide body car.
SWAP ENGINE BYH-R8 (Audi R8 4.2)

Rims size 19" - Rim Width Wide - Offset Wide

Front A - Side A - Wing Custom

I've favor power lowering front downforce , because of this i've had to let front springs and dampers very smooth to give natural front grip to the car. It work very well , juust take care to not smash the brake pedal when give strong wheel inputs inducing heavy weight transfer.
This way the car is still fast on Le Mans (4:00 on LeMans) FM6 short shifting and low 2:17 on SPA. A top time for 700PP cars.

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If you're looking for a quick tune for the Alfa Giulia, I've put the bulk of Praiano's M2 tune on it and it works really well.

A few common sense adjustments plus quite a lot of stuff to buy at the tuning shop but overall it works well... I'm rubbish at screen shots etc but the set up is:

Tune
700pp
655bhp
1265kg

GT Auto
Rims - standard with wide width and offset
Front - A
Wing - B

Tyres
RH RH

Suspension - fully customisable
Body Height - 108 / 168
Anti roll bar - 8 / 6
Damping - 35 / 33
Damping 45 / 45
Nat Freq - 2.70 / 2.60
Neg Camber - 2.0 / 2.5
Toe - 0.10 / 0.40

Differential - fully customisable
Initial torque - 15
Acceleration sensitivity - 7
Brake sensitivity - 15

Aero
Downforce - 105 / 375
ECU - 81

Performance Adjustment
Ballast - 96
Position - 50

Transmission - fully customisable racing
Top speed - 250

1st - 3.897 / 82
2nd - 2.614 / 123
3rd - 2.017 / 160
4th - 1.634 / 197
5th - 1.364 / 236
6th - 1.173 / 275
7th - 1.029 / 314
8th - 0.919 / 360
Final - 3.285

Tuning
High RPM turbo
Racing intercooler
Racing air filter
Racing silencer
Racing manifold
Slotted discs
Racing pads
Racing clutch and flywheel

Bore up
Stroke up
Engine balancing
Polished ports
High lift cam
Racing crank

Weight Reduction 1 - 3
Increased body rigidity

Sorry it's typed out but I hope it helps!
 
TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00 - 700PP - Racing Hard Tires - All Track-SWAP - 1.27

Wide body car.
SWAP ENGINE LT4-CAMARO

Rims size 16" - Rim Width Wide - Offset Wide

Front A - Side A - Rear A - Wing Custom

I favor the grip on this car , for Le Mans you can take out the rear diffuser , you will be able to add more power on it.

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Hi Praiano,

I've being doing my daily 26 miles every day in the hope of getting this engine for this swap, no joy though to date.

Looking at the specs on paper it looks a little disappointing, I was expecting more.

Does the fact that you fitted the unreversable mods increase the PP even though you've used the ECU and power restrictor to get it down to 700pp? Is the increased bore helping? I'm guessing it's actually taking away power in this setup. I would have thought it more pp efficient to use Ecu nearer 100 and power restrictor nearer 100 and not use the engine mods? Certainly more efficient from a game credit perspective. I'm interested in your thoughts on this as your clearly gave far more experience than me. I'm guessing though that you've initially gone for an 800pp setup and then dialled it back and the 700pp build has been compromised?

Hopefully I'll land the engine soon so I can play for myself
 
Hi Praiano,

I've being doing my daily 26 miles every day in the hope of getting this engine for this swap, no joy though to date.

Looking at the specs on paper it looks a little disappointing, I was expecting more.

Does the fact that you fitted the unreversable mods increase the PP even though you've used the ECU and power restrictor to get it down to 700pp? Is the increased bore helping? I'm guessing it's actually taking away power in this setup. I would have thought it more pp efficient to use Ecu nearer 100 and power restrictor nearer 100 and not use the engine mods? Certainly more efficient from a game credit perspective. I'm interested in your thoughts on this as your clearly gave far more experience than me. I'm guessing though that you've initially gone for an 800pp setup and then dialled it back and the 700pp build has been compromised?

Hopefully I'll land the engine soon so I can play for myself
just upgrade the stock engine and you might get more performance than the swapped one. 😉 btw,the tune of @praiano63 on the tuscan is just plain sublime on lemans700 😇 im loving it 😍
 
just upgrade the stock engine and you might get more performance than the swapped one. 😉 btw,the tune of @praiano63 on the tuscan is just plain sublime on lemans700 😇 im loving it 😍
There doesn't seem much in it does there. This is my favourite car in the game (despite it maybe not being the best performant) and have 5 or 6 of differing specs but all based on Praiano's 600 build. I'm hoping we see a return of the Speed 12 and the inclusion of the Sagaris. I'm pretty sure that won't happen though with their brand central outlet having been removed.
 
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Hi Praiano,

I've being doing my daily 26 miles every day in the hope of getting this engine for this swap, no joy though to date.
I don't understand why we can't buy these engines. I didn't win even one before the bonanza. It doesn't matter how many laps it costs in Tokyo, I'd be happy to spend it on engine swaps.
 

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If you're looking for a quick tune for the Alfa Giulia, I've put the bulk of Praiano's M2 tune on it and it works really well.

A few common sense adjustments plus quite a lot of stuff to buy at the tuning shop but overall it works well... I'm rubbish at screen shots etc but the set up is:

Tune
700pp
655bhp
1265kg

GT Auto
Rims - standard with wide width and offset
Front - A
Wing - B

Tyres
RH RH

Suspension - fully customisable
Body Height - 108 / 168
Anti roll bar - 8 / 6
Damping - 35 / 33
Damping 45 / 45
Nat Freq - 2.70 / 2.60
Neg Camber - 2.0 / 2.5
Toe - 0.10 / 0.40

Differential - fully customisable
Initial torque - 15
Acceleration sensitivity - 7
Brake sensitivity - 15

Aero
Downforce - 105 / 375
ECU - 81

Performance Adjustment
Ballast - 96
Position - 50

Transmission - fully customisable racing
Top speed - 250

1st - 3.897 / 82
2nd - 2.614 / 123
3rd - 2.017 / 160
4th - 1.634 / 197
5th - 1.364 / 236
6th - 1.173 / 275
7th - 1.029 / 314
8th - 0.919 / 360
Final - 3.285

Tuning
High RPM turbo
Racing intercooler
Racing air filter
Racing silencer
Racing manifold
Slotted discs
Racing pads
Racing clutch and flywheel

Bore up
Stroke up
Engine balancing
Polished ports
High lift cam
Racing crank

Weight Reduction 1 - 3
Increased body rigidity

Sorry it's typed out but I hope it helps!
Very good good tune!

I bought only this for the engine
Tuning
High RPM turbo
Racing intercooler NO
Racing air filter
Racing silencer
Racing manifold
Slotted discs
Racing pads
Racing clutch and flywheel

Bore up NO
Stroke up NO
Engine balancing NO
Polished ports NO
High lift cam NO
Racing crank NO

so the PP are 702,48 with no ECU reduction
and the transmission ratio are

1st - 3.897 / 75
2nd - 2.614 / 112
3rd - 2.017 / 145
4th - 1.634 / 179
5th - 1.364 / 214
6th - 1.173 / 249
7th - 1.029 / 284
8th - 0.919 / 327
Final - 3.285

the car is amazing
 
just upgrade the stock engine and you might get more performance than the swapped one. 😉 btw,the tune of @praiano63 on the tuscan is just plain sublime on lemans700 😇 im loving it 😍
Yeah, I did the same. I discovered I didn't have that engine so I modified the stock 6 with the mods on the swap tune and went to Le Mans, totally forgot about removing the diffuser, and won anyway! I got more HP but quite a bit less torque than the swapped engine would have put out. Handles GREAT!
Cheers, Pete
 
Ferrari F40 '92 - 800PP - Racing Soft Tires - SPA / All track - Swap - 1.34

SWAP ENGINE - F140B Ferrari Enzo
Rims '18
Rim Width Wide
Parts:
Rear A
Wing A

Not performant anymore on Sardenia due to consumption. I love it on SPA or any technical track full power. I race it with my Porsche GT3 RS (991) '16 ghost on several track and the pace is the same.
The car is a bit too wild on Nordschleife , at least for me , the driving line is not so steady . Perfect a better driver with a better wheel can do well there.

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Ferrari F40 '92 - 800PP - Racing Medium Tires - Sardenia / All track - Swap - 1.27

SWAP ENGINE - F140B Ferrari Enzo
Parts:
Rear A
Wing A

For Sardenia or any fast track. 2 stops for gas and tires. Laping 1:36 regular at FM6


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Man !!!!! Luck of the draw!!! Would love to get this engine!!!!!! Enzo in the F40 !!! My dream has come true..... now to get my hands on that engine!!!!! Wish me luck.....
How you get yourself one?
 
Man !!!!! Luck of the draw!!! Would love to get this engine!!!!!! Enzo in the F40 !!! My dream has come true..... now to get my hands on that engine!!!!! Wish me luck.....
How you get yourself one?
I got one on update day from one of the tickets I had saved from the Championship quizzes in November. Unfortunately I only have one F40 and I quite like the tune on it already, so I'll have to wait for the Legendary Cars Dealership to get the F40 in again to try this new tune. Looking forward to it.
 

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