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> Mazda Rx-7 type R Questions
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Posted: Apr 26 2005, 05:27 PM


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i think staying on pure A tune is best now hahah...
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  Posted: Apr 27 2005, 11:57 AM


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Where can I get the world record videos on akagi DH with direct download??

A couple of questions too:

1.) In the "V" turn right after the 2nd checkpoint should I shift to 4 or 3. I come out 135 in fourth but my acceleration is stalled.

2.) What stiffness should I leave it on? Right know its on 5

3.) How do you feint drift the first turn after the 1st checkpoint(The one after the straight)

4.) Last how should I do the 1st turn stay in 5th or shift to 4th??

Right now i'm doing a 2:18 any ideas to help turn it to like a 2:16??

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Posted: Apr 27 2005, 04:14 PM


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saito had an guide for akagi pm him for the link!
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  Posted: Apr 28 2005, 11:44 AM


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I know but i still don't really understand.
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Posted: Apr 28 2005, 09:24 PM


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Ill try to answer you question as best to my knowledge...hope it helps...

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1.) In the "V" turn right after the 2nd checkpoint should I shift to 4 or 3. I come out 135 in fourth but my acceleration is stalled


Usually most ppl that i have seen play agaki with a FD, shift to 4th and brake really hard and turn...the reason that your acceleration is slow is either u hit the rail slightly, or that you braked to much that the speed was to low to be in 4th gear? so i think that u hit jus grazed the rail...maybe??? I usually do 3rd gear.....but i can do 4th as well.....

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What stiffness should I leave it on? Right know its on 5


I have my stiffness on 3 (most players do) but it really all depends on the player...how they like the car to feel on corners....

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How do you feint drift the first turn after the 1st checkpoint(The one after the straight)


The way i do it is.... as you are approaching the lil left turn before the big right turn....turn left but stay on the right side...as u are approaching the right turn....steer to teh left then hook it back right....release accel and then step on it jus before u exit the corner.....i exit at 155km

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Last how should I do the 1st turn stay in 5th or shift to 4th??


If you are talking about the first left turn in Akagi...i do it in 4th...brake lightly then accell.....exit at 141-143km (feinted that turn once and did 145km)
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  Posted: Apr 29 2005, 05:47 PM


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ok thanks that was really helpful!
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Posted: Apr 29 2005, 10:35 PM


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npz...
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Posted: Apr 30 2005, 12:40 AM


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QUOTE (Saito @ Dec 29 2004, 12:58 PM)
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1.)If I started with tune D do I have twin turbo?If not then if I switch to tune A during inspection do I get the turbo?


Yes you do have the twin turbo

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2.)Which of the 2 do you think are better option A or D?


For me i like Option A...the original RedSuns FD!!!

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3.)Are the twin turbo stock?


Yes they are....but Option B has the single turbo..

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4.)What happens when you go through a different course package?Do you still get the minor adjustments to the car?If you don't then when would you finish full tune?


When you go through the different packages...u keep all the internal mods that have been done to your car...the only changes is the external mods....you will recieve each new part after every race

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5.)Sorry if I am being a newb,I just have alot of questions


There is no need to be like that...everyone starts sumwhere...these forums are here to help people...so no worries

2)you can buy the RedSuns sticker after battles when you can buy parts
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  Posted: May 15 2005, 12:20 PM


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I'm just thinking if we can only do about 2:18-2:15 on Akagi DH, then how do the world record holders do 2:12-2:11??
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Posted: May 15 2005, 03:18 PM


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they have a short line...well the best line....and there exit speeds are way faster.....
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About how much faster???
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Posted: May 18 2005, 06:11 PM


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well im not sure...i would be lying if i gave u a speed...lol
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Posted: May 20 2005, 04:54 AM


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i say abt 1-2sec faster wif the better line....
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Posted: May 21 2005, 02:40 AM


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I was wondering how much of a diffrence does the single turbo make? Is it a huge disadvantage where it would really make you car worse then the othep tunes? Also, I figure it has to be good for something, right?
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Well I tried akagi dh today and the only two points I had problems were:

1.) The "V" turn, I shifted to 3rd and grazed the rail. Im wondering when should I shift and brake. When I do it to early I hit the inside rail and when I do it on to late and right in the middle I graze the wall. Is it ether my timing of or im not turning it enough?

2.)The last turn before section point 4. I try feinting it and I hit the wall. Is there like a "mark" that like shows you when you to turn in and turn?
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Posted: May 23 2005, 08:37 AM


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QUOTE (Sakura 300 @ May 21 2005, 02:40 AM)
I was wondering how much of a diffrence does the single turbo make? Is it a huge disadvantage where it would really make you car worse then the other tunes? Also, I figure it has to be good for something, right?

i think the main difference is start-up, wall recovery & cornering... thats about it i would think... not so sure myself unsure.gif blink.gif
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Posted: May 23 2005, 02:19 PM


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I just bought a Type-R A tune, and just made it to basic tune with it. I love this car.......
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Posted: May 24 2005, 07:42 PM


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QUOTE (Trueno86 @ May 21 2005, 06:29 PM)
Well I tried akagi dh today and the only two points I had problems were:

1.) The "V" turn, I shifted to 3rd and grazed the rail. Im wondering when should I shift and brake. When I do it to early I hit the inside rail and when I do it on to late and right in the middle I graze the wall. Is it ether my timing of or im not turning it enough?

2.)The last turn before section point 4. I try feinting it and I hit the wall. Is there like a "mark" that like shows you when you to turn in and turn?

I'm assuming you drive a FD type R?

For the V-turn, lemme tell you how i take it.

As soon as you turn into that short straight after the 90 degree right turn, double shift down to third, shift up immediately into third (before you even hit the corner). Your car should be at a controllable speed by this point.

Brake before the apex, let go during it, and accel out of it.

This way, the accelleration is usually super fast, and the cornering is not bad. I usually exit at 130-132 (if my memory serves me correct). You'll also gain your speed very quickly.

One last tip, don't touch the walls. Brake all the way to 120 if you have to, but don't hit the walls.
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Posted: May 24 2005, 11:01 PM


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My way of taking the V turn is sought of similar to KrazFD's...

As soon as i turn into the right short straight...i quickly shift to 3rd before the turn. Turn slightly and brake lightly into the corner, you should be able to feel the car slide into the turn. Once you reach the apex of the corner, shift to 4th and accelerate...i exit the same as KrazFD....
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Just wondering do you shift down once you turn right?? Like after the straight, the right before the "V" turn(basically the last part of the straight) you just shift down to 3 and break??
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Posted: May 27 2005, 05:32 PM


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You need to to shift BEFORE you get to the turn, if you try doing it in the middle of the turn you'll experience what is known as "wheel lock."
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Posted: May 28 2005, 02:28 AM


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true...u have to shift straigh after that short right....if u do shift in the turn...u either wheel lock or understeer....making you hit the walls and causing you a slow speed pick-up
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so you mean that once I hit the small right, I should shift down immediatly.
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Posted: May 28 2005, 11:02 AM


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If you're talking about AKagi you should watch James' 2'15 vid, when you get to that you should go from 5th to 3rd then back to 4th.
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