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Gran Turismo 5 - Setup #9574 - Toyota GT 86 '12 2012 tuned by DjWess.



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    9574




    Road Setup

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    8034

    05/31/2013 10:42 AM


    Driving Options
    0

    Off

    Off

    Off

    1

    0

    Body / Chassis
    Weight Reduction
    Stage 3

    Equipped

    Equipped

    Equipped

    Aero Kits -> Aerodynamics
    Equipped

    F:  0
    R:  15

    Weight Adjustment -> Ballast
    0

    0

    Engine
    ECU Tuning

    Stage 3

    100.0

    Intake
    Sports

    Racing

    Exhaust
    Sports

    Sports

    Titanium Racing

    Turbo Kits
    None

    None

    Transmission
    Standard


       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

       

    Drivetrain
    Twin-Plate

    Semi-Racing

    Adjustable LSD

    F:  
    R:  7

    F:  
    R:  40

    F:  
    R:  22

    None

       

    None

    F:  
    R:  

    Suspension
    Fully Customizable

    F:  -4
    R:  -4

    F:  12.3
    R:  12.8

    F:  
    R:  

    F:  6
    R:  6

    F:  8
    R:  8

    F:  3
    R:  3

    F:  2.0
    R:  1.0

    F:  -0.08
    R:  0.18

    Brakes
    Equipped

    F:  5
    R:  5

    Tires
    Racing Hard

    Racing Hard

    Notes
    This car along with a Subaru BRZ @ 252 HP were tested at Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway.
    With the 86 GT sitting at 385hp/7900rpm and 260lb-ft/7400rpm, this car has a lot of get up and go.


    PSN: mc_polo
    Joined: 10/19/2008
    Last on: 11/19/2017
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    Posts: 595
    Explanation of the overall suspension tune
    Posted 05/31/2013 10:57 AM Post a reply Quote this post View DjWess's info
    The car weight after applying all weight reducing options came in around 1092 kg meaning the first place to start was the spring rates in order to control the weight transfer as well as tuning overall oversteer/understeer (as best as we can). Knowing the weight, the car's overall spring stiffness must be at least 12 kgf/mm or more both rear and front. This will explain the spring setting I have picked.

    After that the ride height was adjusted next with the car sitting 4 mm lower than usual to reduce the amount of weight transfer under acceleration and braking. Also with a sight lower center of gravity the car handle better.

    Next was the dampers, they were tuned in order to help maintain the tyre contact patch as well as to further control weight transfer. Note that I did not mess with the anti-roll bars. I felt as if the other components did enough to control overall weight transfer and the transition of over/understeer.
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