tire the AI use on some track, & little bit of AI hp

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  1. sucahyo

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    I found the code to see how much grip the tire the AI use.
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    05 is farthest opponent.

    This is what I know so far about what tire the AI use:
    Sunday Cup & clubman cup = normal tire
    345hp Mid engine challenge = Sports tire
    591hp Mid engine challenge = Sports tire
    Muscle car cup = sports tire
    394hp pure sport car = sports tire
    591hp pure sport car = hard tire
    394hp grand touring = medium tire
    591hp grand touring = medium tire
    tune NA no 1 = hard tire
    Gran turismo all stars = supersoft tire
    super touring trophy = medium tire
    GT300 = supersoft tire
    GT500 = supersoft tire
    197hp japan national = sports tire
    295hp japan national = sports tire
    345hp japan national = sports tire
    GT Euro league = medium tire
    GT World league = supersoft tire
    Grandvalley 300km = mixed, hard to soft
    apricott hill 200km = sports tire
    seattle 100miles = mixed, normal to sports
    SS all night = medium tires
    trial mountain 30 lap = normal tire
    rome circuit 2 hr = medium tire
    laguna 200 = medium tire
    altezza cup, normal = normal tire
    altezza cup, racing = sports tire

    AI hp on post no 6
     
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    I always wondered what type of tire was used by the AI. Sometimes it seems like they were using Normal tires, other times, it seemed they had adequate grip from using race tires.

    Great work, sucahyo.
     
  3. kjb

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    This is very interesting. Good work sucahyo!
     
  4. sucahyo

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    Thanks :).

    In theory I should be able to find out how much hp the AI have, but I still can't figure out how.
     
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    Yeah, that helps alot. :tup: My gT2 days are few nowadays but i'll keep these stats. I may put them on my website if you don't mind.
     
  6. sucahyo

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    Ok. Just ask if you need other track info :).

    edit:
    I kinda figure out how to know the AI car hp, I found the AI car multiplier address. It seems on every race GT2 will try to balance the car power by increasing weak car power.

    On VW Beetle race where all car have the same power, all AI have the same multiplier.
    same power on normal cup.
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    higher power on racing cup.
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    1000 equal to 100% of original (standard) hp.

    On BMW race, the power multiplier is higher for slower car:
    Code:
    car              multiplier
    320Ci            1000 (my car, no modification)
    323ti Compact    1080 
    323Ci            1090
    328Ci            1000
    320Ci            1230
    323Ci            1090
    
    Altezza cup normal:
    Code:
    car                        multiplier
    Altezza RS200(J) '98       1000 (my car)
    Lexus IS 200               1380
    Altezza RS200(J) '98       1030
    Lexus IS                   1340
    Lexus IS                   1340
    Altezza RS200(J) '98       1030
    
    Altezza cup racing:
    Code:
    car                                 multiplier
    Altezza RS200(J) '98                1000 (my car)
    Lexus IS 200                        1600
    Lexus IS                            1560
    Altezza 280T(Tuned by Tom's,J)      1000
    Lexus IS 200                        1600
    Altezza RS200(J) '98                1200
    

    Sunday cup
    Code:
    car                                 multiplier
    Altezza RS200(J) '98                1000
    200SX Type X(J) '96                 1000
    Altezza RS200(J) '98                1000
    Civic Type R(J) '98                 1090
    Silvia K's 2000cc (J) '91           1000
    Celica SS-II(J) '99                 1060
    
    Autumn ring tune NA no 1
    Code:
    car                                 multiplier
    Altezza RS200(J) '98                1000
    Mazda MX-5 C Spec(J)                1490
    306 S16                             1760
    Tom's T020 (J)                      1280
    Mazda MX-5 A Spec(J)                2070
    Spoon Civic Type-R(J)               1640
    
     
  7. Parnelli Bone

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    SEE!!! i knew the power got upped in the race-mod version of the manufacture races. That's why i always give myself either a stage 1 NA or turbo for these. :sly: I've noticed for GT4 races if you click on "preview" instead of just entering the race, it will give you the power of a single AI car. Preview the same race a few more times and it's obvious the game is being kept within a certain power range. I guess this is the way it goes for all Gran Turismo games.
     
  8. sucahyo

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    Yes, although on some small carrace stage 1 turbo a bit too much.

    Some more AI multipler info:
    S2000 challenge
    normal style: 1010
    racing style: 1130


    Civic race normal style
    1030 Honda Civic Sedan
    1030 Honda Civic 3 Door Si
    1000 Honda Civic Type R '98
    1100 Honda Civic 3 Door Si '93
    1100 Honda Civic Sedan '93

    civic race racing style
    1320 Honda Civic 3 Door Si '93
    1240 Honda Civic 3 Door '95
    1150 Honda Civic Type R '97
    1240 Honda Civic 3 Door Si
    1240 Honda Civic Sedan '96

    Type-R meeting normal style
    1370 Honda Civic Type R '98.
    1250 Acura Integra Type R
    1370 Honda Civic Type R '97.
    1260 Acura Integra Type-R '95
    1260 Acura Integra Type-R '95

    RX-7 meeting normal style
    1000 Mazda RX-7 Type RB '96 .
    1000 Mazda RX-7 Touring X '96
    1610 Mazda RX-7 GT-Turbo '83 .
    1280 Savanna RX-7 Cabriolet '90
    1280 Mazda RX-7 GT-X '90 .

    Evolution meeting normal style
    1010 Lancer EvolutionIV GSR '96
    1140 Lancer Evolution II '94 .
    1000 Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99
    1000 Lancer Evolution V GSR '98 .
    1000 Lancer Evolution V RS '98

    GT-R meeting normal style
    1000 Skyline GT-R(R32) '91
    1000 Skyline GT-R Vsp.(R33) '95.
    1000 Skyline GT-R(R32) '89
    1000 Skyline GT-R Vsp.(R33) '97.
    1000 Skyline GT-R NISMO(R32)

    GT-R meeting racing style
    1200 Skyline GT-R(R33) '97
    1110 Skyline GT-R(R32) '89 .
    1110 Skyline GT-R NISMO(R32)
    1110 Skyline GT-R Vspec(R32) .
    1110 Skyline GT-R(R32) '91


    493hp FR challenge
    1130 TVR Cerbera Speed 6 .
    1230 Mustang SVT Cobra '99
    1260 Camaro SS '97 .
    1430 Toyota Supra RZ '97
    1160 TVR Griffith 500 .
    1290 Mustang SVT Cobra '98

    Muscle car cup
    1360 Dodge Challenger
    1000 Corvette Sting Ray '67 .
    1000 Plymouth Muscle Car
    1360 Plymouth Cuda '70 .
    1000 Plymouth GTX
    1290 Shelby GT350 '66 .
    1030 Dodge Charger .
    1000 Plymouth Superbird

    493hp Gran Touring Trophy
    1420 Camaro SS '97
    1600 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4 .
    1610 Skyline GT-R Vsp.(R33) '97
    1490 Skyline GT-R Vspec(R32) .
    1020 Viper GTS
    1610 Toyota Supra RZ '97 .

    591hp Gran Touring Trophy
    1790 Toyota Supra RZ '97
    1490 Corvette Grand Sport '96 .
    1140 Viper GTS
    1790 Skyline GT-R Vsp.(R33) '97. (stage 3 turbo + chip)
    1780 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4
    1570 Camaro SS '97 .

    394hp UK National
    1000 Volkswagen New Beetle.
    1200 Jaguar XK8 Coupe
    1080 TVR Chimaera 5.0 .
    1000 Lotus Esprit V8 SE
    1010 TVR Griffith 500 .
    1060 Aston Martin DB6

    394hp Japan National
    1000 Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99
    1000 Skyline GT-R V-spec(R34) .
    1000 Toyota Supra RZ '97
    1000 Acura NSX Type S Zero .
    1000 Acura NSX Type S Zero
    1000 Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99 .

    300km Grand valley
    1050 RUF BTR2
    1260 Lotus Esprit V8 SE .
    1200 Jaguar XJR Vehicle
    1080 Venturi Atlantique 400GT .
    1020 Viper GTS
    1080 RUF RCT .

    200km Apricott hill
    1250 Mazda RX-7 Type RS '98 .
    1040 Corvette Grand Sport '96
    1250 Toyota Supra RZ '97 .
    1000 Aston Martin DB7 COUPE
    1230 Skyline GT-R V-spec(R34) .
    1250 Subaru Legacy B4 RSK '98

    100mile seattle
    1460 Mustang SVT Cobra '98 .
    1420 Camaro SS '97
    1230 Shelby GT500 '68 .
    1150 Dodge Charger
    1460 Mustang SVT Cobra '98 .
    1530 Plymouth Cuda '70

    30 lap trial mountain
    1310 Alfa 156 2.0 TS 16V .
    1030 Citroen Xantia 3.0i v6
    1040 BMW 328Ci .
    1030 Renault Laguna V6
    1360 Renault Megane 2.0 16V .
    1370 MGF 1.8i VVC


    race car or car with no power upgrade seem all use 100% power.


    I see.
     
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  9. Parnelli Bone

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    So if a Venturi gets 1080 to race at the Grand Valley 300km, what is the final horsepower? How does that work or do you know yet?

    Also, what is the multiplier for a GT40 at Apricot Hill 200km? What is the multiplier for a Shelby Series 1 in the Seattle enduro?
     
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  10. sucahyo

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    I race against AI few times using "AI have our car power" code. I race few time by trying different multiplier. It seems the final hp of AI car = stock car hp X multiplier.

    So in case of Venturi with 1080 multiplier it would be = 405hp X 1.080 = 437.4hp

    Apricot Hill 200km, all sports tire:
    1130 Shelby GT350 '66
    1010 TVR Griffith 500
    1250 Lancer Evolution VI GSR '99
    1000 Aston Martin DB7 COUPE
    1130 Ford GT40
    1240 BMW 840Ci

    Seattle 100miles - multiplier, tire, car:
    1530 150 Plymouth Cuda '70
    1420 150 Camaro SS '97
    1390 150 Shelby Series 1
    1560 150 Camaro Z28 Coupe '97
    1040 145 Plymouth Superbird
    1050 145 Plymouth Muscle Car
     
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    that is so cool, bro. I wish i had this info 2 or 3 years ago when i was more heavily into GT2 :tup:
     
  12. sucahyo

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    Consider about starting over GT2 again :).
     
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    :) I honestly don't have the time....GT4 is so consuming. But i won't forget the 2nd game...it's better in a couple ways than the 4th.
     
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  14. Tornado

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    Good work, I must say.
    I've always wondered: What were the power ratings of the GT All Stars cars? Particularly the ones at Red Rock Valley with the GT40 that destroys everything else in the race.
    Also, what is the power multiplier for the Tuned Turbo Cup at the Test Track?
     
  15. sucahyo

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    GT All stars, Redrock valley, super soft tire:
    1000 Toyota GT-ONE '99
    1010 Nissan R390 GT1 '97
    1040 Lotus Elise GT1
    1000 Alfa 155 Touring Car
    1300 Ford GT40 Race Car
    1000 Venturi Atlantique 600 LM

    No wonder Ford GT so powerfull :lol:.



    Tuned Turbo No.1, Test Track, soft tire:
    1980 Tom's Supra
    1430 Mine's Lancer Evolution V
    1000 Mine's R32.5 Skyline GT-R
    2260 Mazdaspeed RX-7 A-spec'96
    2110 Toyota Altezza 280T
    1000 HKS Drag 180SX
     
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    I know...that Ford GT40 is one hell of a fighter, too.

    Say what about the GT40 in the Historic Race at Rome? That's the one that TAKES OFF
     
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    Historic car, rome circuit:
    1000 145 Lancia Stratos
    1560 145 Lotus Europa
    1000 165 Ford GT40
    1890 145 Lotus Elan S2 '64
    1560 145 Lotus ELAN S4 Sprint '71
    1270 145 Toyota 2000GT GT '68

    GT40 have normal power, but have racing tire while everyone else using normal tire. That car is cheating :lol:.
     
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    Man no wonder that GT40 smokes them all at Rome. I always assumed the GT40 got so far ahead since it has downforce and better tires & suspension....

    How about Historic/Grindelwald? HOw about World cup and GT300? sorry i keep asking for more.
     
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    No problem :).

    Historic grindelwald
    1000 150 Ford GT40
    1000 150 Shelby Cobra Coupe
    1000 150 Corvette Sting Ray '67
    2320 150 Datsun 240Z 240ZG(J) '71
    1800 150 Lancia Stratos
    2160 150 Skyline GT-R(KPGC10) '71

    GT world League
    1000 175 Lotus Elise GT1
    1000 175 Viper GTS-R Team Oreca
    1000 175 Audi TT LM Edition
    1000 175 Alfa 155 Touring Car
    1000 175 Toyota GT-ONE '99
    1300 175 Ford GT40 Race Car

    GT300
    1000 175 Momo Corse Apex MR2 GT
    1000 175 Cusco Subaru Impreza GT'99
    1000 175 BP Apex Kraft Trueno GT
    1000 175 Zanavi Arta Silvia GT '99
    1000 175 Taeivon Trampio FTO '99
    1000 175 Weds Sport Celica GT


    The first column is multiplier, the second column is tire grip.
    Tire grip usually:
    145 = Normal
    150 = sports
    160 = hard
    165 = medium
    170 = soft
    175 = super soft

    There some exception on most race car (LM, GT, rally car etc). For example, Ford GT, even though sport tire have tire grip of 150, normal tire have the same grip as medium racing tire!

    So, if you need to handicap yourself when using race car, use sports tire. normal tire is not a handicap if you use race car.
     
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  20. Tornado

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    What about the MR Cup race at Red Rock where the GT40 walks the Vector with double the power?
     
  21. Pupik

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    It must be the tires; the other cars can't handle worth a damn through that first turn. I'm usually in 2nd place by the exit of that first banked turn, if the GT40 Road Car shows up there.

    Again, awesome work, Sucahyo.
     
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    Thanks :).

    here, MR Cup race at Red Rock:
    1000 150 Vector M12
    1610 150 Acura NSX Type S Zero
    1260 150 Lotus Esprit V8 SE
    2210 150 Lotus Motorsport Elise
    1450 150 Ford GT40
    1000 150 Wiegert Vector W8 Twin Turbo

    All Ai use sport tire, and I think Ford GT40 use stage 1 NA upgrade. Maybe GT40 become so powerfull because Ford GT40 is a lot lighter and the W8 only has 3 gear..............

    Other thing weird is the multiplier for motorsport elise. With 200hp stock a 2210 multiplier will make it have 442hp !

    Other thing about race car, even with the same tire grip value, race car will have better grip because it usually has bigger tire diameter. So I guess this what make Motorsport Elise inferior to Ford GT40, even with better power to weight ratio. Maybe for Vector too since Vector seems categorize as road car.
     
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    Full race cars often have racing suspension and downforce too. Vectors have good downforce but you can't adjust it, which makes it not handle as well as others.

    Hey i got one for ya! How about the FF cup at Tahiti? I always wondered why the Renault Clio 16v can keep up with the rest of the Ai even tho if i buy my own Renault, i can put maybe 128 hp at the most. I always assumed it was PD messing up like they forgot to give us engine upgrades.

    Also, the '82 Toyota Starlet and Nissan March in the 80's races? Those little cars boogy!
     
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    I say sucahyo, you should be a mod! You always make posts and threads that informs the rest. Keep up the good work. :tup:
     
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    Sucahyo is too fun to be a mod..:cheers:
     
  26. TuneRVisioN

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    Cheap Shot.:tdown::lol:

    But still, I'm suprised that sucahyo doesn't have one of those Green "Quality Posts" Badges yet. He most definately deserves one IMO.
     
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    I know. Well i just clicked on the red arrow (several of them) so let's all do the same. I think you only need like 100 red arrows.
     
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    100?!?!?! :eek: I have the longest way to go. :indiff:

    EDIT: We are basically the only ones posting in the GT1, 2, and 3 sections. :(
     
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    It's like that sometimes. And then all a sudden everybody is posting here.
     
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    :lol: :cheers:, I don't think I enjoy a mod's job too :).

    Thanks, I would love that badges :).

    Thanks :D. Just knowing that make me feel happy already :).

    It is possible to see what downforce setting the AI uses too. It seems the AI will always use default setting.

    FF car, Tahiti Road:
    1000 145 Mirage Cyborg-ZR '97
    1210 145 Volkswagen Golf GTI 1.8T
    1220 145 Renault Megane 2.0 16V
    1060 145 Peugeot 306 S16
    1070 145 Honda del Sol SiR '95
    1640 145 Renault Clio 16V

    You are right about the Clio 16V! with 1640 multiplier, it will have 173hp! Do this value has some relation to the power displayed in dealer (171hp)?

    80's sports car, 197hp Trial Mountain:
    1000 145 Mazda RX-7 GT-Turbo '83
    2080 145 Toyota Starlet Turbo S '82
    1340 145 Nissan March SuperTurbo'89
    1070 145 Toyota MR2 1600G-Ltd.'86
    1160 145 Toyota Corolla Levin '83
    1160 145 Toyota Corolla Trueno '83

    PD also boost starlet and march power, still at achievable power upgrade though.
     
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