Volvo 240 GLT Estate drift tuning

Discussion in 'GT5 Drifting' started by triram123, Mar 27, 2011.

  1. triram123

    triram123

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    Volvo 240 GLT Estate drift tuning
     
  2. SFX_Pwner

    SFX_Pwner

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    Are you looking for help tuning one?
     
  3. Neocodex

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    I wanted that car so hard, I actually traded a GTone for the volvo in a drunken moment.
    Tuned and I cant get it to drift, not even close. Doesnt seem to have enough power.
    I havent played with the settings at all yet tho
     
  4. ps3dan101

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    Look in the settings depot , there's no need for such a pointless thread .
     
  5. im_remi

    im_remi (Banned)

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    fully tuned

    Transmission: 190 km/h max
    High rpm turbo for maximum drift length
    LSD: torque(45), Acc sensitivity(50) braking sens(40)

    Ride height ( -34 / -32 )
    Spring rate ( 8.5 / 7.9 )
    Dampers ext (5 / 5)
    Dampers comp (5 / 5)
    Rollbars (4 / 4)

    Camber (3.2/2.9)
    Toe (.10/-.13)

    Brakes 10/

    Tires CH


    Works like a charm if u drive like me - Drift length to the max and drift only in the high rpm.

    [​IMG]
     
  6. dragon-jake

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    Here is mine great drifter
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  7. knukken

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  8. daltonlm

    daltonlm (Banned)

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    When ill die, ill want that my deadbox get carried in a funeral car like this one, haha...
     
  9. englevakten

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    PLEASE POST OTHER DRIFT 240GLT SETUP's


    Can the others that use the Volvo 240GLT for drifting please paste their setup?

    I used the setup in this post, and the initial drift is a little under-powered, and the follow trough is also a little under-powered. The LSD will often let only one wheel spin, and the speed is slow.

    Braking into corners is unpredictable as it doesn't necessarily initiate a drift, but rather under-steers


    I think there are alot of good players out there with a even better refined setup of their 240GLT, Please post your setup! :)

    thanks!
     
  10. Serum

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  12. aasikissa

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    I could do one tune tomorrow . Do you have many bhps?