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OneNastyTA
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PostSubject: tuning help   tuning help EmptyThu Jan 09, 2014 2:53 pm

im tuning my GT86 got time attack, so i put the fully adjstable suspension on it now it bounces and slides around no matter what i do to it.. it was awesome with stock suspension.. what can i do to make more stable? it also understeers like a bardge when i turn.

im running sport hard tires BTW

EDIT: of course is soon as i post this i found my ride height was too low and fixed the ungodly bouncing.

still tho.. any tips anyone found out to help handling?
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PostSubject: Re: tuning help   tuning help EmptyThu Jan 09, 2014 6:08 pm

It depends on what the problems are with the handling. I'm no tuning master by any means, but generally I can help, if at least a little.

For the understeer, I'd just say soften the front a bit, and if you really want to, increase the rear spring rate. Also, make sure you double check your LSD, as if it is too strong it will make the car understeer a lot. Also, reducing rear toe could help, but I still need to experiment with that a bit more.
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PostSubject: Re: tuning help   tuning help EmptyThu Jan 09, 2014 7:08 pm

Well it's fixed now. I just had it to low. I found running a soft sprung rate and stiff sway bars handle good for me. And soft bump stiffness with hard rebound. Similar to my tuning on forza but a lil softer
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PostSubject: Re: tuning help   tuning help EmptyFri Jan 10, 2014 8:37 am

Alright, at least you got it worked out now.
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PostSubject: Re: tuning help   tuning help EmptyFri Jan 10, 2014 2:40 pm

Ryan you know what I have been using to get a baseline tune for my cars?

An FM4 tuning calculator. I have an app on my phone for it. you do have to scale certain attributes because FM would use a range of say 1-40 for swaybars, and GT6 has 1-7 or whatever. I have the FM4 ranges jotted down at home I can edit them into this thread later.

for the most part its been getting me in the ballpark then a little fine tuning and the car feels great.

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