RIDOX Replica Garage-In Memory of TurnLeft-GT40,300ZX,F430,TVR,AEM S2000,Cizeta,TransAm Doug Nash

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  1. Ridox2JZGTE

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    Updated the Evo IV GSR with alternative damper/ARB and variety of AYC settings. Enjoy :D
     
  2. Dietrich

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    Mine is already updated. Used in A-spec Beginners Level Challenge: Tsukuba Circuit. Fast laps and nice experience in handling. Real Sharp on exit. On entry... well, still suffering with no ABS and plenty of burned tires smoke :lol:, even with brake balance at 4/8 :boggled:. But this is my fault, not the car. Thanks Ridox! Good job. :cheers:
     
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  3. Dietrich

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    I took this beautiful girl for a ride on Mount Panorama in the 500 PPs Superlap. Got 2:19.840 :D. The only changes were power limit at 500 PPs and a full set of sports hard tires. So far P700 in the world ranking and P3 in my ranking of friends. Between a lot of Suzuki GSX. The two ahead of me are also GSX ... But all right. I'm really happy that my girl is in shape :tup:. Just to let you know. Thank you Ridox! :cheers:
     
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  4. Ridox2JZGTE

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    You're welcome :) If you haven't, try the Countach LP400, it's pretty good on 500PP.
     
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  5. Ridox2JZGTE

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    Aston Martin One-77 2011

    Special Build Aston Martin One 77 2011
    Comfort Soft to Sports Medium


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    CAR : Aston Martin One-77 '11
    Tire : Comfort Soft to Sports Medium


    Specs Running Weight
    Horsepower: 748 HP at 8000 RPM
    Torque : 553.5 ft-lb at 5500 RPM
    Power Limiter at : 100%
    Weight: 1705 kg
    Ballast : 75 kg
    Ballast Position : -30
    Weight Distribution : 49 / 51
    Performance Points: 576


    GT AUTO
    NO Oil change
    Improve Body Rigidity ( NOT INSTALLED IN THIS BUILD )
    Wheel : Stock or Standard Size PDI P525
    Car Paint : Steel Silver or any color



    Tuning Parts Installed :
    Fully Customizable Suspension
    Adjustable LSD
    Carbon Drive Shaft


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    Suspension - Multimatic DSSV Push Rod with rear Hydraulic Roll Bar
    Custom Rate/Alignment

    Front, Rear

    Ride Height: 120 120
    Spring Rate: 8.16 10.20
    Dampers (Compression): 7 5
    Dampers (Extension): 3 6
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 4
    Camber Angle: 1.5 1.5
    Toe Angle: 0.00 0.00


    LSD - Personal Setup
    Initial Torque : 14
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 35
    Braking Sensitivity: 15



    LSD -Graziano LSD Module Range
    Initial Torque : 6 or 14
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 6 or 12 or 18 or 15 or 27
    Braking Sensitivity: 18 or 27 or 33 or 36

    LSD Drive / Coast Graziano ( Use either 6 or 14 Initial Torque )
    30% / 55% = 18 / 33 -Recommended
    25% / 45% = 15 / 27 -Recommended
    45% / 45% = 27 / 27
    20% / 60% = 12 / 36
    10% / 30% = 6 / 18

    Initial Torque at 14 offers more predictable handling changes and stability, while 6 offers more freedom in directional changes.



    Brake Balance:
    7/10 ( personal BB) or for ABS 0 wheel : 7/10, for ABS 1 - feel free to use your preferred brake balance. I recommend to run 7/10 for ABS1.

    Recommended setting for DS3 user :

    Steering sensitivity at +1 or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1 ( if not comfortable with ABS 0 ) with 7/10 brake balance as starting point.


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    Notes :

    This is a special custom build Aston Martin One-77, as the detailed information on the car is hard to find, I decided to make a custom tune of the car but still using whatever information available about the car, the power and weight/distribution, gear ratios and LSD infos are available, while the suspension is custom by me.

    I included my own personal LSD setup, it has higher lock on accel and lower lock on braking, try this first and if you don't like it, feel free to use the Graziano locking ratio range offered on the transaxle used by Aston Martin for the ONe-77. There are diverse range of drive/coast lock, I recommended 2 of them, 30/55 and 25/45, with either 6 or 14 initial torque.

    The One-77 has been tested at various tracks, from Cape Ring South, SSR5, Bathurst, Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Red Bull Ring, Tsukuba, Apricot Hill, Deep Forest, Trial Mountain and Matterhorn Short.

    The car also drives well even on Comfort Medium tires, which IMO offers more realistic lateral grip limit and my preferred tire. I used Comfort Soft on the build as I wanted it to be more driver friendly :)


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  6. Ridox2JZGTE

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    HONDA LA-NA2 3.2 NSX-R / Type R 2002
    "MUGEN NSX RR Concept"

    Special Build Mugen NSX RR Concept
    Comfort Soft to Sports Medium


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    CAR : Honda NSX Type R '02
    Tire : Comfort Soft to Sports Medium



    Specs
    Horsepower: 449 HP / 450+ PS at 8000 RPM
    Torque: 328.3 ft-lb at 6500 RPM
    Power Limiter at : 100%
    Weight: 1200 kg
    Ballast : 156 kg
    Ballast Position : 34
    Weight Distribution : 42 / 58
    Performance Points: 535



    GT AUTO
    NO Oil change
    Improve Body Rigidity ( NOT INSTALLED )
    Aero Kits : Type A
    Rear Wing : Special Type A
    Flat Floor Type A ( OPTIONAL ) - Untested
    Wheels : Standard Size or +1 Inch Up GT-Ab07 in Black
    Car Paint : Platinum White Pearl ( Honda NSX Type S '01 Paint ) or any White



    Tuning Parts Installed :
    Engine Tuning Stage 3
    Sports Computer
    Semi Racing Exhaust
    Catalytic Converter Sports
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Intake Tuning
    Adjustable LSD
    Fully Customizable Suspension
    Weight Reduction Stage 3
    Window Weight Reduction



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    Suspension - Kei Office Coilover/Sachs Damper Prototype
    Based on DG5 NA2 Coilover Kit with Swift Springs
    Lowered 30mm Front / 25mm Rear with High Camber Alignment

    Front, Rear

    Ride Height: 95 100
    Spring Rate: 9.00 14.00
    Dampers (Compression): 6 5
    Dampers (Extension): 4 3 - Optional Front Extension at 5 for Stability
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 3
    Camber Angle: 1.5 3.0
    Toe Angle: -0.14 0.20



    LSD HONDA Torque Control Differential with factory preload
    Rear
    Initial Torque : 30
    Acceleration Sensitivity: 30
    Braking Sensitivity: 15


    AERO
    Rear = 5 ( MIN )


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    Brake Balance:
    5/7 ( personal BB) or for ABS 0 wheel : 3/4, for ABS 1 - feel free to use your preferred brake balance.


    Recommended setting for DS3 user :

    Steering sensitivity at +1 or +2, all aids off, except ABS 1 ( if not comfortable with ABS 0 ) with 5/7 brake balance as starting point.


    Notes :

    From suggestion made by @LeGeNd-1 I made this simple tune up of Keiichi Tsuchiya NSX-R build to mimic the specs of Mugen NSX RR Concept. Visually the car can't be replicated, so I only install aero kits and wings to get close.

    Power figure also non existent, so I chose to increase it to around 450+PS and weight down to 1200kg, sort of road car version of GT500 NSX.

    I made little changes on the damper of the DG-5 coilover setup, added optional front extension at 5 which should be a bit more stable on high speed sweeper and curves.

    I tested the car at SSR5, Indy Road Course and Suzuka 2014 on CS tire. This is early version build, with little changes from original base DK NSX-R, so there may be updates later on.
     
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    Hope you had a good Xmas Ridox :cheers:.

    I know by the look of the last two posts I am going to have a fun start to 2017 at least :D:tup:. Nice suggestion @LeGeNd-1 :bowdown:.

    Hope you and everyone else has a Happy New Year too :cheers:.
     
  8. Ridox2JZGTE

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    Thank you, enjoy the Christmas and New Year Eve :cheers:

    For the Mugen NSX RR, lower rear brake if the car oversteer when trail braking too deep ( rear kicks out at the later portion of braking - initial turn in ), I lowered to 5/6, should be good enough. Red Bull Ring is a good track to get used to the NSX.

    I have great time last night with PS4 and a wheel, will have another session tonight as well, new year party with mates :p
     
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    Thank you :cheers:

    I'll give that BB a try :tup:. I have one curiously similar, built a while back with slightly more front biased spring ratio and 4.4 final gear with a bit less power :(. Brakes are good at 4/6or7 for me on that one SH-SM tyres :).


    Edit: Think the Catalyitic Converter is missing from post, I need it to meet hp spec :).
     
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    You can increase power to max, I think the car should still hold the power well, 460HP without oil change ( racing exhaust ), so it should hit 500HP with oil change. Mix tire SH/SM if needed.

    Thanks for the heads up, I edited the post ( added catalytic converter sports ). :tup:
     
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    Happy New Year @Ridox2JZGTE :cheers:. Nice build of Aston Martin One 77, and NSX.:tup::p.
    Hope you and everyone is having a good time with family and friends. Cheers:cheers:
     
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    Thank you for the New Year present Ridox :D I will give it a try later for sure. What are your thoughts on installing the flat floor upgrade? It's just a shame that we can't add front downforce with aero kits to replicate the real car. IMO flat floor is too OP because it gives too much grip and kills top speed in anything but the tightest tracks, but it might be worth a try for the NSX.

    Tried your Aston too by the way. Excellent job as usual. Comfort Mediums is more than adequate for this car. PD certainly gave this car really good chassis codes lol. Personally I like the personal LSD than the factory one. The only thing I don't like is brake balance. Rears lock up too easily with ABS off so I dropped it to 5/4. Do you actually tune your cars with ABS on/off? Because I noticed almost every tune the values for BB are the same for both ABS on and off, which shouldn't be the case. Since I always drive with ABS off I usually need to drop the values by 1-2 and make it more front biased.
     
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  13. GTP_CargoRatt

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    Hey my friend, glad to see you are going strong...Happy New Years and thanks for being a friend. Miss your generosity and the memories of GT5. :cheers:
     
  14. Ridox2JZGTE

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    You too mate :cheers:

    Flat floor adds downforce on both ends of the car, though the emphasis is still on the rear. It kills top speed but at the same time makes the car have more realistic top speed and acceleration above 200kmh. The increased grip is a bit too much IMO, even on lower speed ( less than 100kmh ), but you can slightly negate that by lowering the tire compound ( for example : try flat floor on the NSX with CM tire ). I think with the flat floor on the NSX, it may kill some of the unique characteristics of the build - less exciting/dull.

    For the One-77, the car chassis code has built-in aero ( hidden from tuning screen ), it reflected the real car underbody which is smooth all carbon fibre panel. If you are curious, try to get the car catch air, take a picture of the car underbody, you'll be surprised :sly: It has flat floor preinstalled :p

    I always drive without ABS, the personal BB is what I used on the build :) The ABS value is a shot in dark most of the time, my own prediction, sorry :( For instance on the One-77 I used the same as I thought the grip level would allow it, while on the NSX I suggested lower BB at 3/4. Different wheel/pedal gives different ideal BB, so it's a starting point, most of the time you have to adjust the BB to suit your preferences.

    One thing that often bugs me, I could use higher rear brake without ABS on my DS2 controller, but on a wheel, people prefer lower rear brake, not sure what makes the DS2 different, or it maybe just different way of braking.


    Thank you mate :D GT5 hybrid days, yeah, that brings back sweet memories of cool cars and awesome community of sharing :p

    Hope everyone who visit here have a nice new year holiday with family and friends :cheers:
     
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    I'm sharing this information about Porsche 991 GT3 Cup, thought that it may be useful for some who have AC. I used this for LFS 991 GT3 Cup mod, and it works well on LFS.
    @LeGeNd-1 , @ChauMing803 , @azidahaka , @gt6champnk69 , @ALB123 and some others who have AC may find this useful for the Porsche 991 GT3 Cup car :p


    Performance setup

    Minimum Weight 1225kg, 1305kg with driver and residual fuel.

    Fuel Tank Cap : 100 liters (26.4 gal)
    Fuel Load 50 liters (13.2 gal)
    Fuel at least 98 RON ( engine power rating based on this 98 RON SuperPlus Unleaded )
    The ethanol content may not exceed 26 % (E26).
    Max Engine Speed 8500RPM

    Tires Slick

    Air pressure
    Front 1.85 bar (26.8 psi)
    Rear 1.9 bar (27.6 psi)

    Height
    Front 78 mm (3,07“)
    Rear 100 mm (3.93“)
    Minimum ground clearance F 78mm, R 100mm.

    Anti-roll bar pos. ( 7 position possible, 15 degree each pos from 0-90 degree for both left and right-double blade type, asymmetric adjustment possible, giving distinct behavior on left/right turns )
    Front axle 3 = Rate with both side on same position/overall = 19N/mm
    Rear axle 6 = Rate with both side on same position/overall = 48N/mm

    Camber
    Front 4°50
    Rear 4°

    Toe
    Front -5‘
    Rear 17‘

    Brake balance Cyl.
    front 17.8 mm
    Rear 17.8 mm
    Balance Beam Display F/R in Bar = 50/55



    Spring H&R ( Assembly with integrated bump stop, non adjustable Sachs damper )
    Front main 240-60-120 helper 75/60-43
    Rear main 260-60-130 helper 80/60-60

    Gearbox type G91/72
    Design sequential
    Number of forward gears 6
    1 3.154
    2 2.353
    3 1.895
    4 1.526
    5 1.250
    6 1.029
    R 2.313
    Final 3.789 ( Constant 2.412 + Bevel/Crown Gear 1.571 )

    LSD 40/60
    12 Friction Discs
    Ramp Angle Drive 52° = 33-43%
    Ramp Angle Coast 30° = 55-65%
    Preload/Initial Torque = 100Nm

    Wheel base Left 2,463 mm (8’1“) Right 2,463 mm
    (8’1“)
    Overhang Front 1,043 mm (3’5“) Rear 1,045 mm
    (3’5“)
    Vehicle width Front 1,848 mm (6’1“) Rear 1,862 mm
    (6’1“)

    Wing
    Depth 296 mm (11.65“) Width 1,802 mm (5’11“) Height 1,228 mm (4’)
    Position P6 out of 9 possible position.

    Tires (Slick)
    Front 27/65-18 S8H
    Rear 31/71-18 S8G


    Wheel alignment
    Precise wheel alignment is essential for achieving the optimum performance.
    Porsche Motorsport recommends these steps below

    The conditions while driving have to be produced as far as possible under static conditions.
    The following measures have proven to be extremely helpful :
    • Place driver’s compensation weight on the driver’s seat
    • Set air pressure to 2.0 bar (29 psi)
    • Fill the tank with 50 % of the fuel quantity necessary for the race/practice

    The following work order is highly recommended when performing a complete alignment:
    1. Unhook the anti-roll bars
    2. Preset vehicle height
    3. Rear axle: set the camber first, then the toe
    4. Front axle: set the camber first, then the toe
    5. Set vehicle height and wheel loads
    6. Wheel loads are set by changing the vehicle height; you should try to reach the
    lowest possible wheel load deviation per axle (left to right / cross weight)
    7. Hook up the anti-roll bars without tension

    For ride height measurement/setup, the vehicle must be on a flat surface.


    Trivia :
    The speed area of ICD ( PI Cosworth ) rev/shift light LED is divided into three sections:
    • Green from 1,500 to 7,000 rpm
    • Yellow from 7,000 to 8,500 rpm
    • Red from 8,500 to 10,000 rpm

    The left and right top most LED light besides the main ICD screen functions as front wheel lock indicator, a potential lock up will be displayed as flashing LED light. Left LED for left wheel and right LED for right wheel.

    Enjoy :p
     
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  16. OdeFinn

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    991 and 996 aren't so far apart from each other, so I know what happens when starting ps3 today. :)
    Thanks @Ridox2JZGTE.
     
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    Quick implementation inside spoiler, how GT6 handles toe on front along camber is making values look weird, and about rear.. Well I'm believing at it's used as per side value, I might be wrong on that, if it's total value then.. Well this works either way, but using as total it's better, per side it's really quick reacting on turns.

    Editing ended, after few mistakes.. :) pretty nice packet to drive.

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    Porsche 911/991 Cup Car setup - on RUF RGT 911/996
    535pp​


    Tuned for version 1.2x
    NO Oil change
    NO Body Rigidity Installed - editing later changes for body rigidity version
    Suspension (Full Custom) - Sports Soft - representing slick race tires
    Ride Height (mm): 78 / 100
    Spring Rate (kgf/mm): 8.72 / 10.76 (=85.5N/mm / 105.5N/mm, instead of 240N/mm / 260N/mm due limit of GT6 spring rate, compensated on higher dampers and ARB's)
    Dampers (Compression): 9 / 9
    Dampers (Extension): 8 / 8 (lower than compression, simulating helper springs capability to extend quicker)
    Anti-Roll Bars: 4 / 7 (one click higher than specs, compensating softer spring rate)
    Camber Angle (-): 4.5 / 4.0
    Toe Angle: -0.25 / +0.17 (Front 20:1 because no rigidly makes effective toe -0.045, rear as specs, rear in GT6.. Is it total or per side? +0.34 there works nice, makes car more stable.. Don't know what to use for authenticity..)

    Brake Balance Controller
    Racing Brakes (really heavy power :) ) - forget to paint on picture, choose nicest, prefer matte colors.
    Brake Balance: 6 / 7 (slightly rear bias, as specs, driver should check his personal bias, persoonat like 9/10 std brakes noABS use)

    Drivetrain
    LSD 8/33/52 - initial from 7 to 10, driver choice
    Dual Clutch - (should use triple as real, personally triple and 8 unit on 78/100 height is just great)

    Power for 460BHP/465Nm/535pp
    Limiter - 93.1%
    Engine Stage 2
    Sports Computer Installed
    Racing Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Intake Tuning
    Revs will limit on 8500rpm, power is just googled, but not verified..


    Gearbox - 260kmh with power parts and 3.789 final
    __________
    #1___3.154
    #2___2.353
    #3___1.895
    #4___1.526
    #5___1.250
    #6___1.029
    __________
    Final__3.789


    Body weight 1235kg (41:59 balance) not accurate, no infos, but lucky close shot WD - painted with Grand Prix White

    Stage 2 Weight Reduction
    Carbon Bonnet Body Colour
    Ballast 30kg @+47
    Ballast amount and position are just thrown in without better testing.


    Wheels - stock size (18") RAYS 57Xtreme (used for two reasons, look and capability to handle high camber) - painted with Sterling Silver Metallic


    Notes: use triple clutch and LSD initial 8 and +0.17 rear toe. Standard Brakes 9/10 for noABS use.
     
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  19. LeGeNd-1

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    Yeah I agree flat floor kills any handling traits with the original car. I did try installing it (and removing the rear wing). On CS tyres it is still quite lively, but too easy to drive now. So I removed it and put the wing back on. Also used the higher front extension for better stability (this car really needs it lol). Apart from that I also increased the power to 484 HP which still works great with the suspension setup. I've built your DK NSX with this car previously too and I'm surprised how well the suspension setup copes with only little changes :tup:

    Another thing is I find the weight a bit conservative. The idea is to make a road going GT500 but Mugen isn't constrained by regulations, so they should be free to make the car as light as possible unlike the actual race car which is ballasted (NSX got 50kg more ballast due to being mid engined IIRC). Another similarly crazy NSX by Spoon managed to get the weight down to <1000kg :crazy: (http://www.speedhunters.com/2011/04/car_feature_gt_gt_spoon_nsx_r/). May I suggest making an unrestricted tune with max power & min weight? :D

    Interesting about the One-77. I wonder how many other cars have hidden aero that don't show up in tuning screen. Some cars like the Enzo and FXX for example have very low shown aero values, surely they should have more downforce than that?

    Mmm yeah I think controller input definitely plays a part. Controller steering input is dampened, and braking is stabilised. I remember when I first switched from controller to wheel in GT5P the car felt a lot more free and moves around a lot more under braking. As a general rule, for ABS off you want to reduce values by 1 front and rear, and then reduce rear 1-2 values below front. So if 5/6 is optimum with ABS, wheel ABS off setting would be around 4/3 or 4/2.
     
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  20. Ridox2JZGTE

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    So it only maxed at 484HP :( was thinking it would go to 500HP :p

    I'll lower the weight on my next play, and see what I can do to tame it.

    For cars with hidden aero, I think the NSX Concept also has it. Enzo and FXX, they may have more than shown on tuning screen, there are some other cars that also seems to have this ( Nissan GTR, Bugatti Veyron etc )

    Braking without ABS on DS2 is still tricky, it's not stabilized. On the NSX for example, 5/7 BB, I can induce entry oversteer easily if not careful while trail braking ( 1st turn of Indy Road and Suzuka for example ) 5/6 BB reduce the propensity, bear in mind that GT6 brake balance is different than in GT5, 5/5 on GT6 still have a lot of front bias. GT5/6 controller steering response depend on the controller sensitivity setting ( I used +1 ), GT5/6 also has faster steering rate when countersteering than for example Enthusia ( PS2 ) which has slower steering reaction and harder to hold a drift.
     
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    Oh definitely it's still tricky with a pad (even more so because there's less range of adjustment). But there is definitely input filtering with pad and some behind-the-scenes hand holding. Trust me, ask around a couple of drivers who are good and have recently switched from pad to wheel and they will all give the same answer. The physics is more "freed" up with a wheel.

    There's also the unavoidable fact that controller is better with countersteeering (you can go lock to lock quicker), while wheel is better with understeering (you can dial in less lock more precisely to avoid overloading the tyres). So naturally those who drive with a pad prefers a more oversteer setup, and those with a wheel prefers a more understeer setup (except me, because I'm crazy for oversteer :lol:).

    Another reason for you to get a wheel *nudge nudge wink wink* ;)
     
  22. Ridox2JZGTE

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    There's steering assistance for sure on controller, I agree. I just don't feel as much under braking, well depending on the cars, on the Evo IV GSR at Matterhorn Short, even on CS tire, I have to be gentle on trail braking entry to avoid overloading the front tires or over rotating :p Still, I'm glad that my builds often worked well on wheel.

    Also, DS2 is different than DS3 in GT5 and GT6, not just input range on buttons, but the analog stick as well, the DS2 has more resistance to movement, it's better built IMO.


    I look back on the old GT5 hybrid showcase thread, lots of great memories building awesome replicas and custom creations :) from Wangan Midnight, to F40 LM, to DeLorean with GNX engine ( Matt Farrah Tuned Ver ).

    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...p-before-posting.275309/page-105#post-8740812

    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...p-before-posting.275309/page-108#post-8752141 - The Gobstopper :p

    https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/thre...thread-read-op-before-posting.275309/page-112 - McLaren F1 LM, Callaway SledgeHammer C4 ZR1
    I still drive these old creation in GT5 from time to time, mostly just for fun, twin turbo 512BB and Miura never gets old, or high revving turbo NSX ( 10K+rpm )
     
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    I'm back from UK to PS3... :odd: :lol:

    I wish you all a Happy New Year and all the best! :cheers:
     
  24. Juaddy

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    Thank you so much ! Ever since I first bought the r31 I couldn't figure out a proper tune for it but I ran with yours with alternative suspension setup and I am just blown away with how nice it feels.
     
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    You're welcome :cheers: I have been busy, so I might play/post new cars this weekend.
     
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    The Countach is faster. Break the time easily. But I wanted to keep the Miiura in the leaderboard highligths so tried again and shaved about 1 second. 2:18.518 currently. Pretty good for a vintage replca against modern projects.:tup::tup::tup:
    :cheers:
     
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  27. GT6champNK_69

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    You're back with a Paul Walker avatar image again Ridox, nice:tup::).

    How's things going were you are, cheers friend tuner:cheers:. If you are bored try my latest replica tune out, it's a Spoon!....
     
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    Hey there Ridox and co. Hope you are all well :cheers:.

    Just stopped by to say how much fun and cash there is to be had using this beauty of a beast on the recent 500pp seasonal (sorry @Pete05 :indiff:) :):tup:.
    I had a couple of races earlier on SH tyres (BB set 3/7 :)) and manage very comfortable wins....even after a couple of trips to the beach :dopey:. Should be real easy for the consistent and faster drivers among you to win on CS. Super balance for such a big car and much more fun on the G27 than it was on DS3....and it was awesome then :D.

    See you guys around :cheers:.
     
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    I'm glad you're having fun TC. Just remember if you're going to play in the sand, take your bucket & spade ;)
    I'm ok without playing online - the therapy sessions have done wonders.
     
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    You'd probably need more if you ever got online :lol:. Finding fun a bit more difficult truth be told. Being slaughtered by some of the resident "Aliens" in the WRS every week or so can dent the ego a little :(. Just as well I know a few good cures for that particular ailment :):tup:.