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Gran Turismo 5 - Setup #9158 - Honda Prelude Si VTEC '91 1991 tuned by sanctionII.



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    9158




    Tsukuba Circuit

    280

    448

    1:03.627

    0

    5335

    04/21/2012 12:38 PM

    07/31/2012 4:52 PM

    Driving Options
    0

    Off

    Off

    Off

    1

    0

    Body / Chassis
    Weight Reduction
    None

    Equipped

    None

    None

    Aero Kits -> Aerodynamics
    Equipped

    F:  
    R:  20

    Weight Adjustment -> Ballast


    Engine
    ECU Tuning

    None


    Intake
    Sports

    Racing

    Exhaust
    Sports

    Sports

    Titanium Semi-Racing

    Turbo Kits
    None

    None

    Transmission
    5 Speed Close-Ratio


       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    Drivetrain
    Twin-Plate

    Semi-Racing

    Adjustable LSD

    F:  15
    R:  

    F:  30
    R:  

    F:  5
    R:  

    None

       

    None

    F:  
    R:  

    Suspension
    Fully Customizable

    F:  -15
    R:  -5

    F:  14.5
    R:  10.5

    F:  
    R:  

    F:  7
    R:  6

    F:  6
    R:  4

    F:  3
    R:  4

    F:  2.0
    R:  1.5

    F:  -0.20
    R:  -0.10

    Brakes
    Equipped

    F:  5
    R:  6

    Tires
    Sports Soft

    Sports Soft

    Notes
    My attempt to replicate the JUN Prelude although a tad heavier and with a shade more power. Painted in Champion Yellow 4 and even sitting on the proper gold ADVAN RGII wheels. Great grippy road setup and managed to equal the car's real world lap time at Tsukuba. Huge fun to drive. Tuned for DFGT.


    PSN: Cuddles-X
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    Updated 05/03/2012 5:09 AM Post a reply Quote this post View Brette's info
    I was watching the video of Best Motoring the other day and the JUN Prelude was running like 18kg/mm up front and 14kg/mm at the rear. If your going for like a car that looks visually the same then yes your probably right, but the spring rate alone is alot different.
    My Cars:
    - 1985 Nissan Gazelle S12 (Drift Pig),
    - 1987 Nissan Be-1 w/canvas roof, and a parts car

    PSN: culturalsnow
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    Posted 05/03/2012 12:25 PM Post a reply Quote this post View sanctionII's info
    Well you got me there. True. I watched several segments that the car ran in and I noticed the spring rates were quite a bit stiffer than this setup. If you watch different Touge episodes this car appeared in, you'll notice that the suspension settings changed depending on the course and in the replays looked softer through the corners than the settings would suggest, with noticeable travel especially under load during off-camber turns.

    This setup isn't set in stone and will continue to change over time. Since I was running this at Tsukuba I preferred to slightly soften the settings because of that horrible hidden "bump" at turn 7.

    PSN: culturalsnow
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    Updated 07/31/2012 4:44 PM Post a reply Quote this post View sanctionII's info
    Update 7/31

    Revisiting this tune and not happy with the original settings at all. Interesting how you can like a tune well enough and then come back months later and discover that it's bloody horrible.

    Driving this at Tsukuba again and I was getting monstrous levels of understeer in every corner, low speed and sweepers, with the original setting. Spring rates were way too soft. Looks like we can't replicate the real world Jun Prelude spring settings (max of 15.5 kgf/mm front & 15.0 kgf/mm rear in GT5) so I've kept the same ratio resulting in much better traction through the corners now.

    PSN: Cuddles-X
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    Updated 05/04/2012 6:14 AM Post a reply Quote this post View Brette's info
    Yeah I watched the Touge episode where the Amuse S2000 first appeared in. To me it looked mighty stiff, bouncing on the downhill hairpin.

    Sorry I can't test this out right now because I just don't have the car as of yet.
    My Cars:
    - 1985 Nissan Gazelle S12 (Drift Pig),
    - 1987 Nissan Be-1 w/canvas roof, and a parts car
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