on 12-12-2012 02:28 AM
Best time i know of is whoosergirl (TMMO1 STUDENT LOL) SHE RUNS CONSISTENT 41.153 SHE RAN THAT IN HER CAR AND MINE I CAN ONLY GET 41.275 SHE USES A WHEEL ..WITH CONTROLLER I RUN 41.3'S ...THATS 224 BEFORE LONG CURVE 223 BEFORE OTHER 218 ACROSS FINISH LINE AND 209 OUT OF THE CURVE ..THATS ALONE ONLINE ..( I REFUSE TO GIVE MY TUNE TO THE WORLD BUT IF YOUR COOL AND NEED HELP GETTING 224 BEFORE THE CURVE FIND ME IN THE DIRTY NASCAR ROOMS ILL HELP ...ANYONE THINKS IM FULL OF IT FIND ME ILL SHOW YOU ...IF YOUR NOT RUNNING 224 BEFORE THE CURVE ALONE YOU NEED A BETTER TUNE ! PLATOONOF1 IS MY TAG
on 12-12-2012 02:08 PM
The best tip you can give is the .........
Car being used to make such times
I have found that different models have different driving characteristcis
I am yet to test all the models, the Quickest or Best Tyre Saving car could be still unused.
Tunes don't bother me.
Can someone with the exact same tune, drive in the same way
to re-create the same lap times.
In my experience with GT5, not many can.
I have given out tunes in the past, the receiver cannot match the times.
I have received tunes, cannot match theirs.
We all drive our own driving lines, throttle response, corner speeds etc
Best to work on your own tune.
I drive CLEAN ROOMS, never visited a DIRTY ROOM.
Basically, I find it more of a challenge to create good slipstreams than
pushing my nearest competitor off the track.
Might have to visit one of these room, check out how you guys actually play.
Anyway, Give out some more details on the Quick Car Setup.
Not Tune, not need as reasons already given.
But give out details like.......
How many laps can it do befor loosing those times
How many laps before you spin out on used tyres
How many laps will the fuel last
How fast can two or more cars slipstream
What room settings are being used
etc etc etc
All those details are better, than knowing how fast a lap time can be.
on 13-12-2012 06:30 AM
If that is the case, we need to specify what the tune is for.
2. Race Condition
I, for one would like to know how a fast car will perform in Race Conditions.
Seems pointless to me to have a fast car that will chew up its tyres in fewer laps,
it's just no good for longer races if you have to pit ever few laps.
Other details of what gearbox to use, 2, 3, or 4 speed boxes.
Some of us have no clue of tuning, any scraps of info are welcomed.
Started to tune Nascar beginning of the year, in all that time, only a few of the models have been done.
I may not have found the fastest lap yet, but what I have is a balanced car that will take the
corners nice and neat.
A better car maybe still in the garage waiting its turn.
I really did not think that GT5 would be so complex with it's coding in that each Nascar needs
a completely different tune to get the best drive out of it.
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