Sure. I can't claim this as my own. I can't remember where I got the tune from. I haven't used the car for ages and this is how it was set up. It could be one of Praiano's as that's where I usually go when I'm in need of a good tune.
Ride Height -36 -23
Spring Rate 8.4 13.8
Ext 7 7
Comp 4 4
ARB 2 5
Camber 3.0 1.0
Toe -0.12 - 0.05
Torque splitter 40/60
Engine tuning - Stage1
Sports intake manifold
Sports exhaust manifold
Titanium racing exhaust
Twin plate clutch
Carbon prop shaft
Ballast 200kg -50
I adjusted the top speed and brake balance to suit the track. BB 5/5 except for the Eiger where I biased it towards the rear, 5/7 I think. Good luck.
Thanks for the valuable setup.
With due respect to your setup, I could add 1 or 2 things that could help even further.
Your suspension, LSD & Gear ratios were a big help. As per the parts fitted, I just added Twin plate clutch, Racing flywheel, Carbon prop shaft, LSD, Torque splitter, ECU & Sports exhaust manifold. Didn't install any ballast, Racing filter, Sports intake manifold, Sports cat, Titanium racing exhaust & Supercharger.
The transmission I set as per your numbers, except 1 thing. When I kept the maximum speed at 220 km/, as per your transmission dials, I wasn't able to pass the Tacomas when reaching upto them in the final lap.
I made 2 IMPORTANT changes.
I set the maximum speed to 210 for better acceleration & instead of keeping the torque differential at 40-60, I changed it to 50-50. (50-50 was the best addition for TT 72 as well). The result was much better acceleration & grip through the corners.
I was able to constantly put in fast laps at 1:32, 1:30.9, 1:29:8, 1:29:2 & 1:28.9.
My adjusted gear ratios were:-
Max Speed 210
The reason why I didn't add any racing exhaust or filter was to keep the PP as low as possible. My PP is 418 only. Doing so to earn maximum due to the Performance gain advantage.
I won 1.5 million Cr & 150466 xp.
This is just a feedback for the Deep Forest.