Real Replica Tunes The Third (493 tunes): Jag XKR-S GT3

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  1. ich122

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    then I recommend doing the Redbull X-races. with the highest race-series in there (not the timetrial) you can get an easy million in short time.

    will see if I have finished the Evora racecars, but that will use the CLK touringcar as base, since that is the closest to real one.
     
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    But there is an C63 AMG road version in GT6:

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    I know, but the CLK DTM is still closer to the C DTM.
    Modern DTM cars has more in common with formula cars then with the stock C-Class you can buy. It's actually a front engine - rwd - formula racecar with a body that looks like the car for the street.
     
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    RWD= MR, RR & FR, right? Mercedes C63 is FR.
     
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    I know, but I was talking about all the other stuff (chassis, suspension, aerodynamics...). Other then the DTM cars in the early 90s, when a racecar was based (technicaly) on the streetcar (so the successor of the old DTM would be the GT2/3 raceclass), modern DTM racecars have nearly nothing in common with the streetcar.
    E.g. the construction of the suspension is like the one you can find in Formula racecars (which are MR)...
     
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    So it doesn't make any sense if replicas are done?
     
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    I think using the CLK Touringcar as base would make more sense. I'll look into it when I have finished the Evora racecars, maybe the C 63 will work with flat underbody and so on...
    But also strangely the C 63 DTM actually has a high and fast reving 4 liter V8 since this is given via the DTM regulations.
     
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    Then try on both CLK and C63, please.
     
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    I have updated the following tunes:

    - Jotech Lancer Evo X's - Revised suspension tune with the help of @ich122
    - Jotech Nissan R35 GT-R's - added optional track pack
     
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    Have some tunes ready, these will be posted as soon as I`m possible to post them:

    Today:

    Alfa Romeo GTV (916) 3.2 V6 24V.
    Alfa Romeo Spider (916) 3.2 V6 24V.


    Tuesday:

    Alfa Romeo MiTo QV (Qadrifoglio Verde) 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir TCT.
    Alfa Romeo MiTo QV (Quadrifoglio Verde) 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir.

    Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T-jet 16V (120 BHP.)
    Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir TCT (135 BHP.)
    Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir Manual Transmission (135 BHP.)

    Wedensday:

    BMW 123d Manual Transmission.
    BMW 123d Steptronic.
     
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    Alfa Romeo Spider 3.2 V6 24V.

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    Things to purchase:

    Purchase the Alfa Romeo Spider 3.0i V6 24V `01 in your prefered color. (I chose Alfa Red.)
    Purchase the RAYS VOLK TRINITI V, and increase the size by 2.

    Purchase Sports Computer.
    Purchase Catalytic Converter: Sports.

    Power Limiter: Limit to 97.5


    Ballast Weight: Add 20 KG. (44 pounds.)

    Ballast Posistion: -3%



    Alfa Romeo GTV 3.2 V6 24V.

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    Things to purchase:


    Purchase the Alfa Romeo GTV 3.0 V6 24V `01 in your preferred color. (I chose Azzuro Nuvola Iridescente.)
    Purchase your prefered rims, and increase the size by 2.

    Purchase Sports Computer.
    Purchase Catalytic Converter: Sports.

    Power Limiter: Limit to 97.5

    Ballast Weight: Add 30 KG. (66 pounds.)


    Note:

    The 3.2 V6 was only availible in the phase 3 GTV and Spider, and not the Phase 2 (which is the ones featured in GT6.)


    Enjoy these tunes, and hope you like them! Sincerly, LJ12!

     
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    Found a couple more:

    - Middlehurst Motorsport GT-R S1
    - Middlehurst Motorsport GT-R S2
    - Middlehurst Motorsport GT-R T(Track)-Spec

    I'll probably have the S1 & S2 up later tonight(EST time), and the T-Spec probably tomorrow. I've got to decipher KW's Clubsport specs first. I don't know why they couldn't make separate documentation in German and English rather than combining them. :confused:
     
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    Middlehurst Motorsport Nissan GT-R S1
    578HP/ 558PP

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    Parts:
    Nissan GT-R SpecV '09
    Oil Change
    Sports Computer
    Sports Exhaust
    Sports Catalytic Converter


    Tune:

    Power:

    Power Limiter: 99.9% or 578HP
     
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    Middlehurst Motorsport Nissan GT-R S2
    598HP/ 563PP

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    Parts:
    Nissan GT-R SpecV '09
    Oil Change
    Sports Computer
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Sports Catalytic Converter


    Tune:

    Power:

    Power Limiter: 98.9% or 598HP
     
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    Middlehurst Motorsport Nissan GT-R T-Spec
    605HP/ 565PP

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    Parts:
    Nissan GT-R SpecV '09
    Oil Change
    Racing Brakes
    Fully Customizable Suspension
    Sports Computer
    Semi-Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Sports Catalytic Converter


    Tune:


    Suspension:
    Ride Height: 95/ 95
    Spring Rate: 9.70/ 5.50
    Dampers(Comp.): 5/ 5
    Dampers(Exten.): 3/ 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3/ 3
    Camber: 1.4/ 1.3
    Toe: 0.00/ 0.20
     
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    Buy the Skyline Coupe 370GT in black. Get 1-inch ENKEI RP03-TypeRC. Get Aero A and Custom Wing B.

    Get Semi-Racing Exhaust.

    Enjoy!
     
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    My tunes are sadly delayed, but all will be posted today! Stay tuned.
     
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    Alfa Romeo MiTo QV (Quadrifoglio Verde) 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir W/Manual Transmission.

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    Specs:

    Power: 168 BHP and 250 NM.

    Weight: 1145 kg.

    Things to purchase:
    Purchase the Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T Sport `09 in your preferred color. (I chose Bianco Spino.)
    Purchase OZ Wave, increase the size by 1, and paint them Matte Dark Gray.


    FC Suspension.
    FC LSD.

    Mid RPM Range Turbo Kit.
    Ismometric Exhaust Manifold.


    Tuning:

    Suspension:

    Ride Height: 125mm / 125mm.
    Spring Rate: 4.86 kgf/mm / 1.86 kgf/mm.
    Dampers (C): 1 / 1.
    Dampers (E): 1 / 1.
    ARB: 3 / 3.
    Camber: 0.0 / 0.0.
    Toe Angle: 0.00 / 0.20.


    FC LSD:

    Initial Torque: 14.
    Accleration Sensitivity: 12.
    Braking Sensitivity: 16:


    Power Limiter:

    94.7 %, to 168 BHP.

    Alfa Romeo MiTo QV (Quadrifoglio Verde) 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir W/TCT Transmission.

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    Specs:

    Power: 168 BHP and 250 NM.

    Weight: 1145 kg.

    Things to purchase:

    Purchase the Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T Sport `09 in your preferred color. (I chose Bianco Spino.)
    Purchase OZ Wave, increase the size by 1, and paint them Matte Dark Gray.

    FC Suspension.
    FC LSD.
    FC Transmission.
    Twin-Plate Clutch Kit.

    Mid RPM Range Turbo Kit.
    Ismometric Exhaust Manifold.


    Tuning:

    Suspension:

    Ride Height: 125mm / 125mm.
    Spring Rate: 4.86 kgf/mm / 1.86 kgf/mm.
    Dampers (C): 1 / 1.
    Dampers (E): 1 / 1.
    ARB: 3 / 3.
    Camber: 0.0 / 0.0.
    Toe Angle: 0.00 / 0.20.


    Transmission:

    Set Final Gear to 2.500.

    Set Top Speed to 420 KPH.
    1st Gear: 3.818
    2nd Gear: 2.158.
    3rd Gear: 1.475.
    4th Gear: 1.096.
    5th Gear: 0.875.
    6th Gear: 0.744.

    Set Final Ratio to 4.118.

    FC LSD:

    Initial Torque: 14.
    Accleration Sensitivity: 12.
    Braking Sensitivity: 16:


    Power Limiter:

    94.7 %, to 168 BHP.

    Enjoy this tune of the cool little MiTo QV, and have fun selecting your favorite gearbox!

    Sincerly, LJ12!

     
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    Very busy today, sadly. But tomorrow, I will post these tunes:

    Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T-jet 16V (120 BHP.)
    Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir TCT (135 BHP.)
    Alfa Romeo MiTo 1.4 T-jet 16V MultiAir Manual Transmission (135 BHP.)

    BMW 123d Manual Transmission.
    BMW 123d Steptronic.

     
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  25. Hazz_69

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    May I ask how you find the spring rates etc?
     
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    I go to the manufacturer's website for the suspension I'm tuning. In my experience; HKS is very easy to get data from and KW was a little harder to decipher, but still good data. :)
     
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    Id like to do replicas but where do you find the data?
     
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  28. GTvsForza

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    Look on manufacturer/tuning websites. You might have to do some unit conversions, but it's still good.
     
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    You can also look in a fanforum of the base-car, e.g. you can find the springrates for all famous suspensions for the BMW E90/92 in a thread at e90post.com. There you can also find allignment specs.
    So the first thing I do is ask google, you just has to be specific with the searchfrase, like "tunercar springrate", or "tunercar suspension" and so on...
     
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    Holy smokes! The new Senna events gave me a lot of money, as well as the Mitsubishi VGT Seasonal. So, I'm gonna start on the final Zele car, the GT-R.

    EDIT:
    Oops, forgot about the 370Z. I'll add that later :)
     
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