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Setup ID
Model Year
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Date Entered
Last Modified
Road Setup
05/10/2004 4:11 AM
05/12/2004 4:36 AM  
Muffler Racing Suspension Full Customize
Racing Chip Transmission Unknown
NA Tune None Clutch
Front Tires Standard Tires Flywheel
Rear Tires Standard Tires Carbon Driveshaft
Nitrous N/A GT Auto - Wing N/A
Turbine Kit Stage 4 Limited Slip Full Customize
Intercooler AYC
Supercharger N/A VCD
Brakes Weight Reduction
Brake Controller Equipped Increase Rigidity N/A
Setup Item Front Rear Setup Item Front Rear
Spring Rate 13.0 14.8 Stabilizer 4 4
Ride Height 45 45 Brake Balance 12 15
Shock Absorbers Downforce 1.00 1.25
Shock Bound 5 5 LSD Init. Torque 10
Shock Rebound 5 5 LSD Acceleration 40
Camber Angle 2.5 1.5 LSD Deceleration 20
Toe Angle -1.0 1.0
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th Final Auto Set
I originally designed this setup for the Tokyo track, and found it works well on all street tracks. When the camber of the track angle started to move around a bit more (Apricot Hill, Midfield) i started losing the back end more, mainly when braking (so swap the front and rear brake balance around). This setup for me is very stable through turns and can be driven aggresively with soft tires and still be able to have very good mid to late cornering speeds. I posted a 1:02'394 at midfield on my second lap (could've kept going to get a better time), a 1:08'600 at apricot and a 1:20'543 at Tokyo Reverse. I'd be interested to know of other peoples times on these circuits with this setup and feedback of this setup.

Joined: 05/27/2003
Last on: 10/25/2005
Setups: 4
Posts: 29
tryed your sets
Updated 05/19/2004 3:32 PM Post a reply Quote this post View Deadly_Lobo's info
i tried your sets with my nsx at midway tho its not as pumped up as yours i figured it should handle the same so i tryed it out at 497 hp. the car seemed tite in the turns to me and wanted to understeer and was gutless at the auto 34 so i bumped down a bit to auto 32 and raised the car a lil i mean u had it dumped all the way to the ground. i also weakened the downforce to .80 on the front and 1.10 on the rear, other than that i used all your sets and went from a 1`12.891 with your sets to a 1`10.245 with my adjustments. it may just be driving style but all that downforce seemed to slow the car way down maybe its not so evident when u have 1000 horses under the hood! lol o i drive a stick also if that makes much of a diff. id be interested to see the tire wear too, i did it on freerun so there wasnt any wear. well i was just bored and read your post and decided to try it out i am definatly no all star tuner but felt id give you some feedback.

drive it like u stole it!! Unibrow

Joined: 05/10/2004
Last on: 01/28/2005
Setups: 4
Posts: 4
Posted 05/19/2004 6:13 PM Post a reply Quote this post View Migagee's info
Thanks lobo. I pretty much set the car up for the Tokyo race (i was involved in a little competition at the time) and i feel that on Tokyo, the car is perfect. So all the settings are realistically for Tokyo.

Each circuit is different. Tokyo has a long straight, so hence the auto set being at 34. On midfield i changed it back to 31.

With 1033 bhp, i feel it important to have high downforce. With my driving style in general, i prefer to have grip and therefore speed during corners, in all my setups i have high downforce.

I lower it all the way so as to get as little roll as possible.

I also did it on freerun with super sticky tires. I'll bet the tire wear is pretty bad though
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