The Search For Perfect Settings

Discussion in 'GT2 Settings & Tunings' started by Korndawg, May 11, 2005.

  1. Korndawg

    Korndawg

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    ok heres the deal. im trying to build up cars with perfect gear/ suspension setups. so im gonna work on ONE car at a time and post the settings, since i have nobody here to help me im asking you people to try my setups and give me ANY tips to make them better.
     
  2. Korndawg

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    heres what i have for the '95 Tommy Kaira R33 (my car only has 493hp so it might not work as good for max power)

    Spring Rate - 7.0, 7.0
    Ride Height - 95, 98
    Damper Bound - 7, 4
    Damper Rebound - 7,4
    Camber - 2.0, 1.0
    Toe - 0.00, 0.00
    Stabilizer - 3, 3

    Gears
    1 - 2.900
    2 - 1.870
    3 - 1.300
    4 - 0.953
    5 - 0.753
    Final - 4.111
    Auto - 15

    this setup is pretty fast, not the best, but i have it so it will break loose a little on turns under 70mph and stick like glue on pretty much anything over that. a little understeer at high speeds, and a tiny bit of hop around banked turns, but then i prefer flat corners anyways. any comments, good or bad would be cool, if you have your own setup feel free to post it. by the way i test n tune all my cars at laguna seca, ssr5, or midfield. not that it matters :crazy: enjoy
     
  3. Korndawg

    Korndawg

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    now for my next car, the TRD3000GT, again this has 492hp

    Spring Rate - 7.5, 2.0
    Ride Height - 85, 90
    Damper Bound - 6, 3
    Damper rebound - 6, 3
    Camber - 2.3, 1.0
    Toe - 0.00, 0.00
    Stabilizer - 4, 4

    Gears
    1 - 2.994
    2 - 1.850
    3 - 1.450
    4 - 1.104
    5 - 0.883
    6 - 0.740
    Final - 3.266
    Auto - 16

    ASCC - 25
    TCSC - 15

    same general idea as the r33, some understeer at high speeds, but can break loose some at lower speeds. i pretty much cant spin this car out unless i try to, and even when it gets sideways its very easy to control.
     
  4. sucahyo

    sucahyo

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    I hope I am not too late too answer (are you still playing GT2?)
    Seeing that you don't touch the gear, you can use these gear config:

    auto 1 on 4.500 final drive, move final drive to 2.500 and use these gear
    1 - 3.323
    2 - 2.348
    3 - 1.925
    4 - 1.580
    5 - 2.297
    these gear optimize the power band to high gear. these will make the gear shift at (using auto) 2nd,3th,4th,5th : 5367, 6235, 6235, and 6235.
    if you want to experiment it yourself you can find the file that can calculate gear on https://www.gtplanet.net/forum/showthread.php?t=71569

    I don't know if it works for other Gran turismo

    to reduce hops, use 1.0/1.0 damper bound.
    try to use 0.0/0.0 camber, use toe instead to neutralize handling
    Use LSD to reduce drifting
    I prefer to use 7.0/7.0 stabilizer.

    I will post my complete setup after I done experimenting with the car.
     
  5. Korndawg

    Korndawg

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    haha yeah i still play, not as much as i used to but i try to get my gt on when i can :) thanks 4 ur input if i have time il try it out tonight :tup:
     
  6. sucahyo

    sucahyo

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    Oops, I'm sorry, I make mistakes on gear setting, it seem using lowest 1st gear value, make it difficult to start, I am using these gear setting now:
    Auto 1 on 4.700, final drive 2.500
    1st: 3.600
    2nd: 2.550
    3rd: 1.967
    4th: 1.543
    5th: 1.230

    old 400-1000 time : 9.734 (21.453-11.719), top speed : 197
    new 400-1000 time : 9.286 (21.344-12.058), top speed : 199
    I make the top speed of the new gear setting as close as possible with the old one. I think faster acceleration mostly comes from lower final drive.

    Car setting (I am adjusting to my taste):
    Spring Rate - 7.0, 7.0
    Ride Height - 95, 95 (using same height help better handling on seattle)
    Damper Bound - 1,1
    Damper Rebound - 3,3
    Camber - 5.0, 0.0 (using toe is not enough to make the car neutral)
    Toe - -2.00, 2.00
    Stabilizer - 7, 7
    no LSD

    I test it on GT Pacific League using 3.000 final drive, it's easy to handle and don't spin as much but still can drift :)

    For TRD3000GT:
    Auto 1 on 4.500, final drive 2.500, gear
    2.765
    2.047
    1.683
    1.412
    1.208
    1.304
    most power on high gear

    The suspension is hard to setup, maybe your setting is better. I find the car understeer with throtle off, goes very oversteering when powering. I just make the car very understeer, so using throtle is a must on every corner (power over).......
    Spring Rate - 10.0, 10.0
    Ride Height - 74, 74
    Damper Bound - 1,1
    Damper Rebound - 5,5
    Camber - 8.0, 0.0
    Toe - 2.00, -2.00
    Stabilizer - 7, 7
    no LSD
    no ASCC
    no TCTS