PRAIANO'S TUNES : SETTINGS FOR GT7

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Porsche 919 Hybrid '16 - 950PP - Racing Soft Tires - Daytona - 1.40

For GR1 Daytona 10 laps race. 1 stop FM1. No stop is possible with Racing medium FM6 but not a good option dur to the bloody Valerio Gallo !

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This tune will also win ST Croix GR1as is no stop FM3. Even at FM3 you will be ahead of Gallo by the end of lap 7 when he pits and you don't. It is also good for Autopolis WTC 900 with RM tires (to get under 900) and FM2 no pit.
 
McLaren MP4/4 '88 - Max PP - Racing Soft Tires - All Track - 1.42
There is no "ALL TRACK" setting. The suspension yes is setted to fit any type of track in my humble opinion.
The rest , like downforce and gearbox , you'll have to set it for the track you're racing .
This one is ok for SPA and Suzuka .View attachment 1327961
McLaren MP4/4 '88 - Max PP - Racing Soft Tires - All Track - 1.42
There is no "ALL TRACK" setting. The suspension yes is setted to fit any type of track in my humble opinion.
The rest , like downforce and gearbox , you'll have to set it for the track you're racing .
This one is ok for SPA and Suzuka .View attachment 1327961
Far be it from me to critique a tune from one as accomplished as yourself Praiano, but just sayin' that the MP4/4 build for Spa should have included "headlights." Doh!

Don't judge me! I thought it would be fun to stretch her out on the WTC 800 at Spa, never thinking about the night driving and lack of headlights in such a car. As you're about 15-20 min in before it night hits, I was committed! No assist line, no brake zone, and using a VR headset, I was all but blind half the track, yet Senna's baby still pulled out the win, with CRB too boot!
 
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Ferrari 458 Italia GR4 - 620PP - Racing Hard tires - Deep Forest - 1.31


Setted on Deep Forest 1H Endurance event , but can fit any track too.



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Hello @praiano63 , thanks for this tuned that gave me last week a good QT for race B at deep forest reverse.
And then adjust it a bit to my préférence .

Edit: Just used your Tomahawk tune to finish café menu grp1 racing it at st Croix. Well what an easy drive , just runned fm1 pit end lap4 was already first by that time since start of the lap , get out pit 7 , lap 6 was back first before gallo pit in.
Such a nice handling through corner , perfect.
Once again thank you for all those tune
 
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They are not performant at all at any PP level , impossible to race with others. They're staying far behind. They were top GR1 cars in GT Sport. No idea why they limit those cars in GT .
Suspensions settings are very good stock , you only need to balance the way you like using downforce.
I like to use both between mini 1050 fr 1400 rear maxi 1400 fr rear 1750. Downforce is huge , very effecient but prejudicial to top speed on thos weak low power engines.
Because Polyphony didn't give them turbo upgrade. The 919 is the only hybrid with a turbo upgrade and performs well.

I just run them at 900 PP. Winning Gr.1 with them is a challenge, sure, but playing to their advantages (low fuel/tire consumption) helps.
 
Could you give a bit of feedback and how is it intergrated with ps5 and does it work with pc?
Is there another vest that is a bit more budget?
The Woojer Series 3 Vest is designed for seamless plug-and-play functionality across all audio-based experiences, requiring no additional software or drivers. Works with any console, computer, tablet, or cell phone. Anything with Audio out or Bluetooth out.

It works similar to how Dolby Pro Logic II works. Dolby Pro Logic takes the audio from any stereo audio source and converts it into 6 channels. Which is 5.1. The 5 in that equation are speakers that can play high, mid, and low frequencies. However, the high and mid frequencies are given more emphasis. The .1 in that equation is the subwoofer where the low-end frequencies are directed. When you hear a gunshot in a movie or the roar of an engine, your subwoofer is going to kick in.

The Woojer Vest 3 is like Dolby Pro Logic but instead of 5.1 it is .6. All 6 channels are like subwoofers (patented Osci™ TRX2 transducers) that are attached to your body. 2 on the front, 2 on the side, and 2 on the back. It takes that sound that comes out of the Left and Right stereo signal and does its best to create a virtual sound stage for the low end frequencies. Dolby Pro Logic II is never going to perform as well as Dolby Digital, DTS, or Dolby Atmos where the creator of the sound controls exactly which area of the soundstage the sound goes, and discrete audio is sent individually to each channel.

There are Haptic Vests with 40 different speakers that game programmers can program the sound to each channel. But it works with a limited amount of games on a limited amount of systems. I find that functionality would only be really useful in a FPS game or a fighting game and mostly pointless in a driving game.

For GT7 your whole core is going to rumble when you have a killer engine roar or a transmission that has some kick to the gear shifting. Depending on the setting you choose, you can have it respond heavily to all low frequencies, or you can do the gaming mode which purposely attempts to put more weight on game sounds and less weight on music.

They have a Woojer Strap that is much cheaper but it is only one Osci™ TRX2 transducer. I haven't tested it and do not know if it is as powerful as the ones on the Vest 3. But the Vest 3 is essentially like having a very high-wattage surround sound system that you have your subwoofer cranked up to where the neighbors 5 houses down could feel their house shaking, except it could be dead quiet at your house and a person in the next room over would have no idea that you are using it. Plus it has a headphone amp that will make quality wired headphones sound even louder and more clear.
 
Nissan GT-R GT500 '99 - 800PP - Racing Medium Tires - Watkins Glen WTC800 event - 1.42
After the pre 1.30 physics update , this car was showing a huge understeer behavior. I had to reduce the rear downforce to minimum. The car is very stable showing a good eagerness but you can lose the rear out slow corners due to less downforce on rear end (Yes , even at slow corner , it work like this in GT7). Also due to peaky engine. At this moment try to shift earlier than normal , modulate your acceleration and wheel input.

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Nissan GT-R GT500 '99 - 800PP - Racing Medium Tires - Watkins Glen WTC800 event - 1.42
After the pre 1.30 physics update , this car was showing a huge understeer behavior. I had to reduce the rear downforce to minimum. The car is very stable showing a good eagerness but you can lose the rear out slow corners due to less downforce on rear end (Yes , even at slow corner , it work like this in GT7). Also due to peaky engine. At this moment try to shift earlier than normal , modulate your acceleration and wheel input.

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Impeccable timing Praiano. I was just looking up this car because its valuation is really high right now and I've just never really enjoyed driving it or found a go-to event where it really shines. I'll run this tune and see what I think now. Thanks!
 
Anyone have tried this car for LeMans ? I want to change from but only if i dont need to pit stop for fuel. A220 handles 4 laps with fm6 also overlaps with the rain that usualy starts at lap3 and heavy rain at lap4
Alpine A220 Race Car '68 - 700PP - Racing Medium Tires - All Track/Le Mans-1.32
I regularly use this car on Le Mans my tune gives it over 10 laps of fuel on FM6,I don’t use any other FM as it’s fast enough as is,tyres will last the race weather permitting. Porsche Carrera 904 will also do the race with no stops weather permitting.
 
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Nissan R32 GT-R Vspec II '94 - 700PP - Racing Hard Tires - All Tracks - 1.42
Wide Car
Rims up to you - Width Wide - Ofset off
Front A - Side A - Rear A - Wing A

Can fight against the most of the 700PP road cars anywhere. Just not so good at Le Mans due to consumption. A bit heavy but still grippy and performant. A lighter car don't allow to put so much power and the top speed is not so good. This is the best compromise i've found.

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Shift at around 9000 RPM Max torque is 7800 RPM and max power 8500 RPM
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I’m curious how you came up with the 7800 and 8500 figures. I always wished they would have put the graph numbers every 1000 so we could see the engine peak torque and hp…I hate driving and looking at tach and trying to figure it out that way.
 
I’m curious how you came up with the 7800 and 8500 figures. I always wished they would have put the graph numbers every 1000 so we could see the engine peak torque and hp…I hate driving and looking at tach and trying to figure it out that way.
Just add all the engine parts showed on the last tune sheet and you'll reach the RPM torque and HP. Yes , a graph every 1000 rpm would help a lot. I had to figure out .
 
Praiano, if sending donation in hopes of a specific tune request, is it better for you if the car tune request is in the donation note, or posted in this forum?

(Just a hopeful request of course, any donation is well earned even if you’re unable to do the specific car/cars.)
 
I regularly use this car on Le Mans my tune gives it over 10 laps of fuel on FM6,I don’t use any other FM as it’s fast enough as is,tyres will last the race weather permitting. Porsche Carrera 904 will also do the race with no stops weather permitting.
Pit stopping once or twice usually is not the problem I run into at Le Mans. It is trying to time it so you cross the finish line just after the 30-minute mark. Twice in the past month, I was so far ahead that I just slowed down and stopped near the finish line so I could cross it right after it said final lap. But then I have a car start coming up from behind. So I proceeded forward and prepared to not let them pass me. But then they go in the pit instead and win the race from the pit! Took 2nd twice in the past month trying that tactic and getting screwed by someone who enters the pit and wins.
 
I regularly use this car on Le Mans my tune gives it over 10 laps of fuel on FM6,I don’t use any other FM as it’s fast enough as is,tyres will last the race weather permitting. Porsche Carrera 904 will also do the race with no stops weather permitting.
Pit stopping once or twice usually is not the problem I run into at Le Mans. It is trying to time it so you cross the finish line just after the 30-minute mark. Twice in the past month, I was so far ahead that I just slowed down and stopped near the finish line so I could cross it right after it said final lap. But then I have a car start coming up from behind. So I proceeded forward and prepared to not let them pass me. But then they go in the pit instead and win the race from the pit! Took 2nd twice in the past month trying that tactic and getting screwed by someone who enters the pit and wins.
Thank you for your feedback. I bought it this car when was available in Legendary shop. i use it as a primary and its easy win on Hard. can reach up to 330+ km/h on FM1 one pit spot is kinda mandatory due to weather change so i dont bother using anything different than FM1. The point that i have with this car is that i really like to spinoff when there is a rain on straight even if i have Wet's and the water meter at 2/3. is this normal for this car because its light and BHP is high? I use between 80-100% of the throttle and i can see it starts from G1 even if i short shift to G2
 
Thank you for your feedback. I bought it this car when was available in Legendary shop. i use it as a primary and its easy win on Hard. can reach up to 330+ km/h on FM1 one pit spot is kinda mandatory due to weather change so i dont bother using anything different than FM1. The point that i have with this car is that i really like to spinoff when there is a rain on straight even if i have Wet's and the water meter at 2/3. is this normal for this car because its light and BHP is high? I use between 80-100% of the throttle and i can see it starts from G1 even if i short shift to G2
The handling issues are down to using FM1 all the extra power going through the rear tyres on FM1 the tyres are only skinny so it can’t handle it.As I mentioned I only use FM6 with the Honda as it can still hit 200+ mph down Mulsanne,the Porsche is much more forgiving as it has less power and thicker tyres,OK It’s not as fast but is still a no stopper weather permitting. I tend to start on RH as I find that they handle the wet better and longer than RM/RS.You might like to consider the Skyline Hard Top with the engine swap,it’s a one stopper but I think with conservative driving it could do the whole race,as for speed it nearly matches the 272,but takes the corners better.
 
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Thank you for your feedback. I bought it this car when was available in Legendary shop. i use it as a primary and its easy win on Hard. can reach up to 330+ km/h on FM1 one pit spot is kinda mandatory due to weather change so i dont bother using anything different than FM1. The point that i have with this car is that i really like to spinoff when there is a rain on straight even if i have Wet's and the water meter at 2/3. is this normal for this car because its light and BHP is high? I use between 80-100% of the throttle and i can see it starts from G1 even if i short shift to G2
If I was having an issue like that with a car that I really enjoyed, I would be monitoring the gauge to the left of where it shows your tire wear to see exactly how wet the track is at the moment. I'm sure it's a certain point on that guage of track wetness is when when you start to experience the spin-off. And once the track becomes that wet I would just increase the traction control until it starts to dry up a little. As soon as it drops back below the range that creates a spin-off, then I would decrease the traction control accordingly. I turn off all assists except I leave ABS on Weak and traction control on 1. But if the track starts to get really wet I may crank the traction control all the way up. Just depends on how wet vs. the car I have vs. the tires I have.
 
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Shelby GT350 '65 - 550PP - Sport Hard Tires - All Track - 1.42

I couldn't set it at 600PP , the car have a lot ot wheel spin and is not fun to drive at this level. At 550PP it's just perfect. Very fast on Nordschleife , sane driving line , it's a real pleasure.
Don't low to much the ride height , it cause a lost of traction under acceleration at certain RPM. I don't why but it's the way it is.

Wide car
Rims up to you

Front B
Rear A
Wing Custom




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Amazing tune. You added so much fidelity to the rear end. The way it can fade smoothly into trail braking and oversteering onto the exit is a pure joy to drive. I've always liked the car but you really worked a lot of inconsistent handling out of this thing. Great job.
 
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