The leftovers' garage

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  1. gkgamer

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    The Leftovers' Garage

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    Greetings everyone,
    for the past years, I have been involved in various clubs, leagues and series running on all types of cars and compounds. But there is this thing I run on a almost daily basis in a Japanese lobby where I have many friends.
    We hold casual 1-lap races at the Nordschleife at PP430 on SH tires. Some of the regulars are quite fast and we have this habit of getting in slower cars to even the field when less experienced drivers with this specs join in the lobby.
    I have mainly used the tunes provided by the big names at first and gradually got to explore more of the less visited garages. Through the times and a few hours of testing, I have become confident enough to tweak and adapt slightly the settings to my (poor) driving style and skills. Now, I feel like I am getting close to be ready to try and set some cars from scratch and I would like to share a few tunes I have come up with, for some of the cars that have been left aside a bit in my opinion.
    Even though I have been a PP350-CH to PP600-SS guy when it comes to PP racing of production cars, most of the tunes I will share here will be set for PP430-SH. Maybe some of you will find these specs a bit boring and too forgiving regarding the low power and rather high grip of the SH compound.
    Because of the forgiving nature of the regs, There are several cars I would never dare to race at PP400-CM or PP450-CS in a serious lobby, but I think they have things to show on the Northern loop.
    It always feels good to be able to pressure a poorly driven Elise with a 1.5ton Renault Avantime or overtake a Scion FR-S with a VW Bora...
    Anyways, tunes will be addEd regularly in this thread so feel free to use and share them and please take the time for a short review / feedback if your schedule allows you to.
    Cheers everyone, :cheers:


    Next releases: (requests and suggestions in italic)

    Toyota Caldina GT-Four '02
    Mercedes-Benz A160 Avant-garde '98
    Hommell Berlinette R/S '99
    Aston Martin DB7 Volante Coupe '00



    Tune Index:

    Renault Avantime '02 - Very Slow
    Toyota Carina ED 2.0X 4WS '89 - Slow to Very Slow
    Hyundai HCD-6 '01 - Very Fast
    Nissan Stagea 25t RS Four S '98 - Fast
    Toyota Prius G '09 - PP350-CS special tune for the Normal car quick match at Autumn Ring / SSR5
    Nissan Cube EX (FF/CVT) '02 - Very Very Slow
    Lotus Esprit Turbo HC '87 - Very Fast
    Mitsubishi FTO GPX '99 - Fast
    Toyota Aristo 3.0V '91 - Slow
    Toyota Soarer 430SCV '01 - Average

    The tunes are set and used exclusively on the Nordschleife unless noted.
    They are made on a DS3, using triggers for accel and brake and R1/L1 for gears. Steering sensitivity set at 7, TC at 0, ABS at 1 unless noted.
     
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  2. JockeP22

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    Looking forward to this release, gk. :)
    I know how much you like the Carina.
     
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  3. gkgamer

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    I think I'll try to publish it today. I am being a bit nervous though because in spite of all the time and effort I put in making something race able out of my beloved Carina, it still is the poscar it was when I got it...
     
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  4. JockeP22

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    But you brought the Carina home first at the 'Ring yesterday taking the win by a nice margin :bowdown:,
    even though some opponents had FR drivetrains (myself included).
     
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  5. gkgamer

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    Toyota Carina ED 2.0X 4WS '89 image.jpg

    Tune

    PP: 430
    HP: 232
    TORQUE: 211 ft.lb-1
    WEIGHT: 1070kg
    WEIGHT DIST: 55-45
    TIRES: Sports Hard
    WHEEL SIZE: +2"

    GT Auto:
    Oil Change - Yes
    Rigidity Improvement - No
    Front Aero - n/a
    Wing - Yes
    Flat Floor - n/a

    SUS: FC / BRK: Racing brake kit
    RIDE HEIGHT : 155 / 100
    SPRINGS : 4.30 / 4.00
    COMP : 6 / 5
    EXT : 6 / 5
    ARB : 3 / 5
    CAMBER : 0.0 / 1.0
    TOE : 0.02 / -0.10
    BRAKES : 4 / 6

    TRANS: FC
    Final gear ratio - Max right
    Top speed auto set - 180 km/h (Max left)
    1ST : 2,879
    2ND : 1,981
    3RD : 1,419
    4TH : 1,075
    5TH : 0,859
    6TH n/a
    7TH n/a
    FINAL : 3,380


    LSD: FC
    INITIAL : 7
    ACCEL : 14
    DECEL : 5

    CLUTCH TYPE: Triple-clutch
    CARBON SHAFT :n/a

    POWER:
    ENGINE TUNING : Stg. 1
    COMPUTER : Sports
    EXHAUST : Sports
    MANIFOLD : STD
    CATALYTIC CONVERTER : Sports
    INTAKE : Tuned
    SUPERCHARGER/TURBO : Hi-RPM range turbo kit
    POWER LIMITER : 94.8

    WEIGHT REDUCTION : Stg. 3
    CARBON HOOD : Reduced
    WINDOW WEIGHT : Reduced

    BALLAST : 65 kg @50
    DOWNFORCE : 0 / 5

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    Notes : Tuned on the Nordschleife. Never tested elsewhere. This car feels like it was never meant to be pushed. Doing so results in entering a fight against its very nature and don't expect to go under 8' on a standing start. It may require a few tries to even take it close to 8'10". It still suffers from lack of rotation and annoying power understeer. I don't think this tune will make this car popular but maybe it can find its audience. Cheers
     
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  6. gkgamer

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    Tuning Sheet extrapolation from @Bowtie-muscle 's FITT challenge one. Sorry for using without prior request.
     
  7. Bowtie-muscle

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    All good, glad to see it get used.
    Even better to see you posting tunes with it:D
     
  8. JockeP22

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    I'll try it next time. :tup:
     
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  9. Thorin Cain

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    Hello and welcome to the wonderful world of the GTP tuning forum :)
    I like your idea for your garage and think it's great that you will be providing tunes for the little used cars here for GT6 :tup:

    My only advice is not to be :nervous: I'm sure if your tunes work well for you then there will be plenty of people who will benefit greatly from your work and will appreciate the time and effort you put in to create your tunes :)

    I know a few people who I've raced with for a few years now who also run a lot of time in lobbies with similar PP levels and I won't hesitate to point them in this direction to find some new cars to add to their collections :tup:

    Good luck with your garage @gkgamer. I hope you enjoy your time here :cheers:
     
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  10. Bowtie-muscle

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    Best of luck with this venture, and may others enjoy the tunes you share!:D
     
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  11. gkgamer

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    Renault Avantime '02
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    Tune

    PP: 430
    HP: 293
    TORQUE: 280 ft.lb-1
    WEIGHT: 1575kg
    WEIGHT DIST: 55-45
    TIRES: Sports Hard
    WHEEL SIZE: +2"

    GT Auto:
    Oil Change - Yes
    Rigidity Improvement - No
    Front Aero - n/a
    Wing - Yes
    Flat Floor - n/a

    SUS: FC / BRK: Racing brake kit
    RIDE HEIGHT : 160 / 90
    SPRINGS : 7.00 / 5.50
    COMP : 8 / 7
    EXT : 8 / 6
    ARB : 4 / 7
    CAMBER : 0.0 / 2.0
    TOE : 0.0 / -0.05
    BRAKES : 4 / 7

    TRANS: FC
    Final gear ratio - Max right
    Top speed auto set - 180 km/h (Max left)
    1ST : 2,683
    2ND : 2,130
    3RD : 1,700
    4TH : 1,420
    5TH : 1,191
    6TH : 1,016
    7TH n/a
    FINAL : 3,300


    LSD: FC
    INITIAL : 5
    ACCEL : 16
    DECEL : 5

    CLUTCH TYPE: Triple-clutch
    CARBON SHAFT n/a

    POWER:
    ENGINE TUNING : Stg. 2
    COMPUTER : Sports
    EXHAUST : Sports
    MANIFOLD : Isometric
    CATALYTIC CONVERTER : Sports
    INTAKE : Std.
    SUPERCHARGER/TURBO : n/a
    POWER LIMITER : 96.5%

    WEIGHT REDUCTION : Stg. 3
    CARBON HOOD : Reduced
    WINDOW WEIGHT : Reduced

    BALLAST : 180 kg @50
    DOWNFORCE : 0 / 5

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    Notes : Well again a tricky one at over 1.5 ton on a FWD traction layout. Since it is powerful, it is capital to be very cautious with the accel pedal. You can end up very far away from where you wanted if you mash the throttle while cornering. This tune was left with a bit of rear train instability so that it is easier to throw into corners even though it is not the fastest way of going through turns. What you lose in efficiency, you gain in driving pleasure/fun. Taking it under 8'20" is not that easy, so that gives you an idea of how not competitive this car is. The "Espace F1" tribute livery does make it go faster indeed, or does it?
     
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  12. iName

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    I remember buying the Avantime in GT4 just because it had the green color :lol:

    Great to see you using forgotten cars, they're fun to drive when people keep asking "what car is that?"

    I suggest doing the Aston Martin DB7. Nobody ever drives it, and it looks beautiful in white. I'm working on a tune for it in my garage, let's see what you can do with it :tup:
     
  13. JockeP22

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    Hey gk,
    I realise you'd rather have comments on the tunes but I need to let you know I really like that last Avantime photo.

    The Renault perfectly centered with the castle. Every time I go down that straight I always look at the castle.

    Haven't seen anyone capture it like this before. :tup:
     
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  14. gkgamer

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    Thanks buddy, did you recognize @S_Bridge and yourself in the Avantime pics?
    Btw the Avantime is brought to you in its "Espace F1 tribute" livery...
     
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  15. polysmut

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    Good luck with your garage, I just found it because of the tag. :cheers:

    Edit: Looks like I'm off-roading Mrs Mallet's MG in the pics. :ouch::dunce:
     
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  16. JockeP22

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    I tried gk's Avantime tune today;


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    I liked it. And it's a fun car to race because it's such an unusual one to blast around the Nordschleife with
    going 230 km/h.

    I followed gk's tune to a T but changed a few minor things to my liking.
    Namely;
    Wing - No
    Transmission
    Clutch (twin instead of triple)

    Other than that I had all of gk's tune and it felt great. After a lap or so getting used to the
    difference from FR to FF I could throw it into corners and feel it's stability.
    You need to do something extra to spin out with this car, no the hardest part to me was finding
    a braking point originally and of course the inevitable understeer. But after a while I didn't even think
    about the negatives because it got to be too much fun.
    Great tune and I'll definitely give this car another go at these PP's.

    Does it work with CS too I wonder?


    I had stock wheels on mine and painted the car in Pale Rose Metallic Opal.
     
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  17. gkgamer

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    For CS, I would take the spring rate down a bit maybe 0.3 front train, 0.2 rear
    And maybe take the LSD accel down 1 point.
    The rear spoiler is, as it is on the Carina, more of a visual asset than a driving one. It actually takes both cars in the wrong direction (understeer) as far as cornering is concerned... the difference between 5 and no rear downforce is not huge but still it is significant. I reckon it is possible to go faster without the wing but you lose a bit of the "trolling factor" added value when dropping it in my opinion. I love to pressure noobs in op cars with a winged family van...:crazy:

    And about yesterday's races, it was good to be able to squeeze a couple in between the unstoppable flow of words from my Irish friend...
     
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  18. gkgamer

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    Hyundai HCD-6 '01
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    Tune

    PP: 430
    HP: 213
    TORQUE: 177 ft.lb-1
    WEIGHT: 1000kg
    WEIGHT DIST: 47-53
    TIRES: Sports Hard
    WHEEL SIZE: Std.

    GT Auto:
    Oil Change - Yes
    Rigidity Improvement - No
    Front Aero - n/a
    Wing - n/a
    Flat Floor - n/a

    SUS: FC / BRK: Racing brake kit
    RIDE HEIGHT : 120 / 160
    SPRINGS : 5.30 / 5.50
    COMP : 4 / 3
    EXT : 3 / 3
    ARB : 5 / 4
    CAMBER : 0.0 / 0.0
    TOE : 0.0 / 0.15
    BRAKES : 7 / 4

    TRANS: Fixed 6-speed gearbox

    LSD: FC
    INITIAL : 12
    ACCEL : 30
    DECEL : 18

    CLUTCH TYPE: Twin-clutch
    CARBON SHAFT: n/a

    POWER:
    ENGINE TUNING : Std.
    COMPUTER : Std.
    EXHAUST : Std.
    MANIFOLD : Std.
    CATALYTIC CONVERTER : Std.
    INTAKE : Std.
    SUPERCHARGER/TURBO : n/a
    POWER LIMITER : 94.3%

    WEIGHT REDUCTION : Stg. 3
    CARBON HOOD : n/a
    WINDOW WEIGHT : Reduced

    BALLAST : 33 kg @50
    DOWNFORCE : 0 / 0

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    Notes : After bringing 2 very slow FWDs, it was time to share something a bit different. This concept car from our beloved neighbouring country South Korea always gets its fair share of bad jokes about its looks when I take it out in a Japanese lobby. That's until it shreds the field to pieces, jokes then quickly switch to rage/hate, thanks to its very good mechanical grip and rather impressive speed and power to weight ratio. It can be taken consistently under 7'50" around the Nordschleife from a standing start! That makes it a reliable contender against the fastest RX-8s, Elises, 86s, S2000s, Dino, and other top performing cars in this PP range. I actually own 3 of these and I will soon update this tune with an alternate setup that tries to make good use of the body rigidity improvement. Enjoy!
    edit: I forgot to talk about the biggest bummer about this car: the car body and brake calipers cannot be painted.

    BONUS : race report from the daily PP430-SH lobby.
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    Lights off and a start from 11th and last for our HCD-6.
    From top to bottom : Honda Accord, Subaru BRZ, Spoon Civic, Lotus Elise type 72, Nissan Skyline 350, Spoon Civic, Infinity FX-45, VW Golf IV GTi, Subaru Impreza WRX sedan, Mazda RX-7 (FC), Hyundai HCD-6.

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    By Aremberg, our Hyundai managed to reach 6th.

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    Kesselchen allows me to get to the Lotus and an error by the Infinity before Eschbach gives me the 2nd place
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    On the way to Pflanzgarten I can now see the BRZ that has been running solo from the start.

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    By Dottinger-hohe I manage to get within reach of the leader's slipstream
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    I get to overcome shortly before Tiergarten

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    I manage to contain a couple of bumps from my opponent as he already showed some frustration signs when losing ground through Antoniusbuche, badly swerving to try and contain the much faster HCD.
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    Hyundai takes the flag in 8'03"6XX.​
     
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  19. IfAndOr

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    :lol:

    I must try out the HDC, it's an unusual car. And I've owned a couple of Hyundai's in the past!

    Have you ever looked at the Hommell Berlinette R/S Coupe '99 - for your forgotten 430's? It would be around the correct PP range.
    It's also one that's not often seen I think.
     
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  20. JockeP22

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    Nice addition of the photo at the top.



    Will defo try it some time.
    I'm not sure I want to know what they say about the cars I bring when I join the lobby. :O;)
     
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  21. gkgamer

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    That looks like a bit of a handful for my tuning skills but I will give it a shot. I wouldn't expect anything great from this garage with this kind of already good stock machine though...

    I do actually have a very fast tune for it but I think it was based on one of the greats' setup for it.
    I'll check if I can come up with something good from scratch.

    I fell in love with the AZ-1…
    And as long as you do not bring Korean cars, you should be ok in Japanese lobbies…
    just kidding of course:O
     
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  22. gkgamer

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    Nissan Stagea 25t RS Four S '98
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    Tune

    PP: 430
    HP: 270
    TORQUE: 251 ft.lb-1
    WEIGHT: 1355kg
    WEIGHT DIST: 52-48
    TIRES: Sports Hard
    WHEEL SIZE: +1"

    GT Auto:
    Oil Change - Yes
    Rigidity Improvement - No
    Front Aero - n/a
    Wing - No
    Flat Floor - n/a

    SUS: FC / BRK: Racing brake kit
    RIDE HEIGHT : 110 / 110
    SPRINGS : 8.00 / 8.00
    COMP : 3 / 3
    EXT : 3 / 3
    ARB : 3 / 4
    CAMBER : 0.0 / 0.0
    TOE : 0.02 / -0.15
    BRAKES : 5 / 6

    TRANS: Fixed 6-speed gearbox

    1ST : 2,967
    2ND : 2,060
    3RD : 1,532
    4TH : 1,192
    5TH : 0,971
    6TH : 0,827
    7TH n/a
    FINAL : 4,111


    LSD: FC
    INITIAL : 7 / 8
    ACCEL : 10 / 22
    DECEL : 7 / 10

    CLUTCH TYPE: Twin-plate clutch
    CARBON SHAFT : Yes
    TORQUE SPLIT : 35 / 65

    POWER:
    ENGINE TUNING : Std.
    COMPUTER : Std.
    EXHAUST : Std.
    MANIFOLD : Std.
    CATALYTIC CONVERTER : Sports
    INTAKE : Std.
    SUPERCHARGER/TURBO : No
    POWER LIMITER : 92.5

    WEIGHT REDUCTION : Stg. 3
    CARBON HOOD : Reduced
    WINDOW WEIGHT : Reduced

    BALLAST : 34 kg @50
    DOWNFORCE : 0 / 0


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    Notes : Although still in progress, I share this tune because it is already efficient enough to run under 8'05" with a standing start. It is quite evolutive as it is in the sense that you can either be gentle and drive it preciously around corners or you can through it a bit more recklessly into tunrns and rely on the torque and 4WD to pull you out to the exit. This may look like a Volvo 240 but it has the soul of a Skyline. I really like this car. I think this is a good base tune to start with.
     
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  23. JockeP22

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    Second heaviest car so far.
    Will try it some time, hopefully sooner rather than later.
     
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  24. bloodyboyblue

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    p.s. I just beat a Miura, a 190, and a 106 at 460pp on SS tires in the Carina. So what if the other guys weren't very good....I almost won against an NSX in a PT Cruiser a few races earlier
     
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  25. JockeP22

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    gk what are your thoughts on the Mercedes-Benz A 160 Avantgarde '98?

    I'm curious if you can make something of it.
     
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  26. JockeP22

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    I've been trying to make a decent tune out of the Hyundai Click Type-R '04.

    430pp / Comfort mediums.

    It feels better each time I drive it but I'm fairly sure I am nowhere near it's full potential.
     
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  27. gkgamer

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    Toyota Prius G '09
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    Tune

    PP: 350
    HP: 120
    TORQUE: 17 kgf.m-1
    WEIGHT: 1160kg
    WEIGHT DIST: 55-45
    TIRES: Comfort Soft
    WHEEL SIZE: +2"

    GT Auto:
    Oil Change - Yes
    Rigidity Improvement - No
    Front Aero - n/a
    Wing - No
    Flat Floor - n/a

    SUS: FC / BRK: Racing brake kit
    RIDE HEIGHT : 125 / 105
    SPRINGS : 4.10 / 3.50
    COMP : 4 / 3
    EXT : 3 / 4
    ARB : 2 / 4
    CAMBER : 0.0 / 0.0
    TOE : 0.02 / -0.05
    BRAKES : 5 / 7

    TRANS: Default CVT

    LSD: FC
    INITIAL : 6
    ACCEL : 12
    DECEL : 5

    CLUTCH TYPE: Triple-clutch
    CARBON SHAFT :n/a

    POWER:
    ENGINE TUNING : Std.
    COMPUTER : Sports
    EXHAUST : Racing
    MANIFOLD : Isometric
    CATALYTIC CONVERTER : Sports
    INTAKE : Std.
    SUPERCHARGER/TURBO : n/a
    POWER LIMITER : 80.5%

    WEIGHT REDUCTION : Stg. 3
    CARBON HOOD : Reduced
    WINDOW WEIGHT : Reduced

    BALLAST : 55 kg @50
    DOWNFORCE : 0 / 0

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    Notes : Base tune made specially for the "Normal Car PP350" quick match at Autumn Ring.
    Surprisingly a lower top-tier car in this QM event. Although it loses ground in the corners to the light midship engine RWD favorites, it is very fast in the straights and has decent acceleration thanks to the CVT transmission. Of course, because of its FF drivetrain layout, it requires the "slow in- fast out" approach and it can prove to be tricky when running among a wild bunch of Elises and Speedsters. All in all, even it is no match for any GSX-R, Elise, Speedster, TF160, HCD-6, A310 when there are being driven on the edge, it can put consistent results facing any opposition when racing against less skilled drivers. It proved to be much more consistent than the Toyota Sera '92 I tried at the same time, despite being less promising tha the Sera when tested stock. Last advantage for DS3 users, with a remapping of the buttons, it is possible to drive this car with one hand, allowing you to do what you please with your right hand (writing a novel, hitting your wife and kids, picking your nose, biting your nails, et caetera...) Cheers

    Edit: Sus and Diff settings for the PP350-CS normal car quick match at SSR5

    RIDE HEIGHT : 130 / 110
    SPRINGS : 3.75 / 4.00
    COMP : 3 / 4
    EXT : 4 / 3
    ARB : 2 / 4
    CAMBER : 0.0 / 0.0
    TOE : 0.00 / -0.08
    BRAKES : 5 / 7

    INITIAL : 6
    ACCEL : 13
    DECEL : 5

    No power parts
    No ballast
    Set limiter to meet regulations.
     
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  28. lfm58

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    I used your Prius tune for SSR5 QM and I was winning several times.
    My times were around 0.2-0.3 slower of yours.
    Actually I used both SSR5 / Apricot versions with good results.
    Apricot one has been effective for very dense starting grid. On the other hand I got better times with the SSR5 one.

    I also used the Apricot one for a good Gold in the current 500PP Brands Hatch Indy Seasonal:

    350PP - 57.997 - 5:19.334 - Toyota Prius G '09 (GKGAMER Tune - CS) vs RUF RGT '00 - 5:19.493

    Thank you very much.
     
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  29. gkgamer

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    Nissan Cube EX (FF/CVT) '02

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    Tune

    PP: 430
    PS: 228
    TORQUE: 27 kgfm
    WEIGHT: 895kg
    WEIGHT DIST: 58-42
    TIRES: Sports Hard
    WHEEL SIZE: +2"

    GT Auto:
    Oil Change - Yes
    Rigidity Improvement - No
    Front Aero - n/a
    Wing - Yes
    Flat Floor - n/a

    SUS: FC / BRK: Racing brake kit
    RIDE HEIGHT : 160 / 115
    SPRINGS : 3.30 / 4.20
    COMP : 1 / 2
    EXT : 2 / 1
    ARB : 2 / 5
    CAMBER : 0.0 / 0.0
    TOE : 0.00 / -0.12
    BRAKES : 2 / 3

    TRANS: FC

    1ST : 3,125
    2ND : 2,210
    3RD : 1,675
    4TH : 1,325
    5TH : 1,091
    6TH n/a
    7TH n/a
    FINAL : 2,690


    LSD: FC
    INITIAL : 5
    ACCEL : 15
    DECEL : 5

    CLUTCH TYPE: Twin-plate clutch
    CARBON SHAFT : n/a
    TORQUE SPLIT : n/a

    POWER:
    ENGINE TUNING : Stg.3
    COMPUTER : Std.
    EXHAUST : Sports
    MANIFOLD : Isometric
    CATALYTIC CONVERTER : Sports
    INTAKE : Std.
    SUPERCHARGER/TURBO : High RPM
    POWER LIMITER : 100.0

    WEIGHT REDUCTION : Stg. 3
    CARBON HOOD : Reduced
    WINDOW WEIGHT : Reduced

    BALLAST : 1 kg @ 50
    DOWNFORCE : 0 / 5



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  30. GhostRider65

    GhostRider65

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    Hey @gkgamer :bowdown:,

    I would like to congratulate you on the opening of your garage and wish you the best for " The Leftovers' Garage ", a great thank you for bringing your contribution and your help to the GTPlanet community :):tup::tup: !!

    Good luck my friend :tup: !!

    Cheers :cheers::tup:
     
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