08-06-2008 09:56 PM - edited 08-06-2008 09:57 PM
Ok here you can post your car with your quick tune settings.
1- one car per post
2- Please mention what track this tune is for
This way, beginning drivers or proffesional can try out your setting and leave a reply with their opinion about it!
on 09-06-2008 09:21 AM
great idea!!! we should get the mods to sticky this one!!!!
its not been since GT2 that ive been able to spend enough time to work on set-ups,work,family etc, so this would be a great addition to this broad.
i know they do it on GTP,but it would be good if we had our own.
we used to have a guy on here,Art we miss you,his set-ups were awesome. he had some funny sets too.
our loss is LFS gain!!
on 09-06-2008 02:31 PM
I was just asking this in another thread. OK then i'll start with a setuo I got from the GTP forums.
This is for an Audi R8 4.2 FSI and is for the 600pp Suzuka online track.
Ride Height: -20/-20
Steering Wheel: 38
Final Gear: 4060
For me I was able to get round Suzuka and the car is quite quick as well, but for me it is just a bit unsteady in the lower gears, I could really get to like this car it just needs tweaking.
on 09-06-2008 11:02 PM
I'm on it boss, lol.
I'm getting in trouble over at that the GTP forums for requesting a setup for a DB9, seems I have asked in too many threads over there, ah bless 'em. I think they prefer 750pp races over there and not the 600pp Suzuka, at the risk of starting WWIII has anyone got a DB9 setup so I test that after this one?
09-06-2008 11:06 PM - edited 09-06-2008 11:07 PM
You could try to start with the default tune up and then modify on the fly and see how it goes.
Sorry I can't help now, I am riding with the GT-R.
on 10-06-2008 01:31 PM
Thanks Trazker that helped a lot. It is probably me but when I start a race with the Audi on my first lap I always spin out in the same spots, usually coming in or spinning out on a tight bend but my last two laps are ok, ok for me that is,lol.
I had a go in the DB9 last night as well, so watch out!! hahahaha. I had no tune up to base it on so I did a mixture of the Audi R8 and advice from Pete. I loved it but there is a problem before I dare go online with it. I think it might be the gear ratios but I'm not sure. The trouble is accelerating quickly, I don't mean foot to the floor straight away but quick but steady.
On the sweeping curve for example at Suzuka on the top of the hill You start accelerating but you spin. In fact it is easier getting round a hair pin than a sweeping curve. Any ideas?
10-06-2008 02:02 PM - edited 10-06-2008 02:05 PM
Crow, I have exactly the same problem with the higher powered FRs and MRs. I just put it down to the combination of Pro physics and S2 tyres. Lots of other people are also having the same experience I think. I just have to ease the throttle but I only have to give it a touch too much and the combination of power while turning is catastrophic.
I have had to dial back all my cornering speeds in the sweepers on the S2 tyres. One of the reasons I am trying to use a wheel is to try and smooth out my throttle and steering inputs but on the S2 tyres and N3 tyres, its just not happening for me yet. Just gotta keep practising. I think on the tight short corners it is easier because we can straighten the car before we apply the power.
[Edit] BTW The latest news tonight on the PS3 is that the online events will be updated on Thursday, so we could have a whole new ball game come Friday.
on 10-06-2008 02:30 PM
It will be just my luck that I have just got used to a race and now they change it, lol. Why can't they leave the old ones and introduce the new ones? It gets a bit disheartening for useless gits like me that you do brill in the sharp bends and hair pins but when you come to a gentle sweeping curve that you spin, you look like a fool, lol.
Still it can't get any worse, untill Thursday anyway.
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