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09/07/2011 3:58 AM
|Racing Chip||Sports||Transmission||Full Customize|
|NA Tune||None||Clutch||Triple Plate|
|Front Tires||S3 - Soft||Flywheel||Racing|
|Rear Tires||S3 - Soft||Carbon Driveshaft||None|
|Nitrous||None||GT Auto - Wing||Equipped|
|Turbine Kit||Stage 3||Limited Slip||Full Customize|
|Brake Controller||Equipped||Increase Rigidity||None|
|Setup Item||Front||Rear||Setup Item||Front||Rear|
|Ride Height||93||100||Brake Balance||5||5|
|Shock Bound||5||6||LSD Init. Torque||5|
|Shock Rebound||5||7||LSD Acceleration||20|
|Camber Angle||2.7||1.5||LSD Deceleration||5|
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This is my setup for the 2011 August GtVault tuner compeition, hosted by Brette.
With the ballast, the car weighs in at 1000kg and with a port polish the car will have 299 hp and 303 Nm or torque.
Sadly I couldn't tune out the horrible understeer I felt at most speeds, and it was impossible to kick the tail out to make a better line when running wide, however it was still far more stable and far more consistent than my Stratos, with my best lap within 2 tenths of my combined best sectors, which is far lower than normal.
There isn't much to say other than trying to tune out the understeer, get a little more turn and being smooth and clean is the fastest way through, use all the curbs but taking it in the wrong areas will cause a huge off as you are suddenly offline with huge understeer.
In all, for a car that I felt could have delivered more, 2nd place in GT4 wasn't too bad.