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Welcome to the Tuning Garage.
Whether you wish to share a tune, request a tune, or simply ask some questions, this thread will be your one stop shop.
And without any further ado, I'll start things off with one of mine.
I decided to have a go at the current Sport Mode Gr.4 race.
I noticed everyone was in a GT-R or Scirocco, so of course I went for something different.
My basic plan of attack was to get a few cars and run them stock around the track.
Which ever car seemed to handle okay and was quick time-wise compared to the others came out on top.
And for me the winner was the Audi TT.
So I spent a reasonable amount of time in Sport Mode Qualifying mode, trying to adjust the car and better my lap times.
Once I was happy that I had a reasonably quick car, I went racing.
I continued to adjust the tune during the periods between races, until I ended up with what I think is quite a fast car.
I have run a 1:41.9 in Qualifying, so that has given me plenty of poles or high grid positions.
Apparently it's good for a 1:41.6 should I hook up all the sectors in one lap.
And for a, let's say, perhaps better than your average Joe driver, but certainly no "alien", that's a pretty good result.
So that tells me it must be a reasonable tune.
Bear in mind this car is front wheel drive.
And it's a shocker for hooking up and accelerating in low gears.
Also bear in mind that this tune was done by me using a wheel.
How it translates to a controller is unknown.
Anyway, enough waffling.
Here's my Audi TT Gr.4 tune for Kyoto.
*(For the gears, simply do it in the order down the page - eg set Max. Speed, then each gear, then Final)
Can somebody share a tune for the ND Miata that makes it handle like the NA (first generation)? I have a feeling they won't be adding the NA into Sport anytime soon, if at all.
hello everyone i want just say my mind about gt sport its very nice and beutifful game but have some problems about tuning car or change parts in gt 6 begin oil change almost everything make to do and here is nothing just level plius and that all please update tuning car
from gt begin i play everypart of game think gt 6 is better with so many cars and costum car please eveeyone make in gt sport also full tuning
Could anyone tune a Mach Forty? I can't find any tutorials and I'm a new car enthusiast. Could anyone help??
This car has lots of power, so the driver must control his right foot well. It is driveable on Sport Hards, but this one is set up on Racing Mediums. As you can see from the lap times, you can be consistent.
Know any one got a tune for dragon tail gardens 2 for a gr4 please@MastrGT
A request like that is precisely vague.
A certain track going in a particular direct for a whole class of cars?@betty_78
Hi 👋 there do you happen have a tune for Hyundai gr4 for Nurburgring gp please
Can anyone share a full setup for the Atenza Gr.4 pls......better designer than setup guru....lol
hi, how could you get theses 355 HP on your TT with activ BOP ???
i get these power only whithout BOP.....
what am i doing wrong???
You're not doing anything wrong.
PD change the "Balance of Performance" of cars as time moves on.
As it stands now I get 345BHP and 1125kg's for the TT.
The same idea applies to tunes you may find around the internet.
Some tunes can be quite old, and while still decent may no longer be ideal depending on the changes to the game and the car.
Does anyone know what the Toe in and Toe out values are.?
Is it mm or degrees. Both seem unlikely given that the rears often start at 50 or 60 toe in.
50 mm would make it 2 1/2 inches toe in (each side) in the old scale to me, and 50 degrees would also be quite a lot of toe in.
(I would have to get a protractor out to figure that out)
Remember, it is .50 or .06, not 50 or 60.
GT should be using degrees.@phil-mac57
Yes MastrGt I take your point (my error) but that still does not clarify whether the measurement is mm or degrees.
If I take my car for a wheel alignment the toe is measured in mm or inches whereas the camber /castor/kpi is measured in degrees. At least it was when I was working as a mechanic which was some years back.@MastrGT
I have just had another look at the text on the Game. It does refer to the toe/out angle which I can see how this could be expressed. I guess my confusion comes from never having seen toe expressed this way.
I have now had a deeper look at this after my mistake previously (keep in mind I am old school)
I will generalise with this just for clarification.
A rear wheel drive car will have 1/8th inch toe in (front wheels) and a front wheel drive will run 1/8th inch toe out.(front wheels) This is for everyday passenger vehicles and this is done to help with long tyre wear as much as anything. In a race car this is not so critical.
With this in mind 1/8th inches expressed in degrees is 0.348 degrees (so 0.174 per side) Which would equate to 1/4 inch toe using 0.69 from the game setting.
This does seem a lot but I have no idea what a race car would run for toe in/out.
So who can add to this with real race car settings?
In-game, toe is in degrees.
This is according to two of the Japanese developer team, tonight. They had broken English, but I used a paper diagram to make sure that we were confirming the right term.
Really need a setup for blue moon in my ft1 I just can't figure out the setups on this game
I probably could he;p if I knew what an ft1 was.@alstar35
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