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Möbius
Posted: Sep 23 2006, 05:33 PM


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Posted: Jan 6 2007, 09:44 PM


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GC8VI:

BUY: N3 tires, N2 tires, [and why not?] N1 tires, racing exhaust, new chip, S1 turbo, VCD, and CHANGE YOUR DAMN OIL

SETTINGS: N3 tires front, N2 tires back, ASM 0/0, TCS 0, VCD 50

These are the most interesting settings I have ever tried. You can do a low-angle 'race' drift [though it's low grip tires means it isn't too quick] or a lurid oversteer that could get you into D1 with a bit more smoke. You can control drifts effortlessly with the throttle or the left analog stick. You can flick it quickly around S-turns or fit N1 tires to the rear and take it to the NASCAR course. And [here's the fun part] you can countersteer extremely early and it INCREASES angle! And the throttle is an exact midpoint between FRs which spin with throttle and FFs which go under with throttle, so the beloved X button can act as a sort of equalizer. One last thing about the Impreza here: countering properly can help you keep drift speed!

BTW I have found that this formula works well with many 4WDs: a more or less modest power increase, less grip out back than in front, VCD set to 50, and all aids killed. Though it is HARD to get an EVO 3 sideways...

UP, UP, AND AWAAAY!
Max911
Posted: Jan 7 2007, 01:12 PM


O snap!
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It doesn't really matter what parts you buy. Just get economy tires for the rear, road tires for the front, and an oil change. That's pretty much it really, believe me. I can do insane drifts with the Trueno Shinego with these settings.
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Posted: Mar 2 2007, 08:51 PM


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Chevrolet Cobalt SS

Weight Stage 1
Supercharger
(I think) N3 tires or maybe sports mediums...try both
Then see if you can drift the first corner of Clubman Stage Route 5 Normal
sometrueno
Posted: Mar 2 2007, 10:42 PM


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A Colbalt is an FF, isn't it? :|
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Posted: Mar 2 2007, 11:59 PM


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It's a tad too old to be an FF. I don't know any old school muscle cars that are FF. But it's hella fun to drive.
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Posted: Mar 3 2007, 12:21 AM


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The Cobalt in the game? I don't see it in the dealer.
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Posted: Mar 3 2007, 12:05 PM


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QUOTE (Sti_Brumby @ Apr 18 2005, 11:33 PM)
Any Wrx/Sti

Brake Balance - Front 3 Rear 24
Driving Aids - Asm Understeer 20 - The other's 0
Spring Rate - Front 6.3 Rear 5.4
Ride Hight - Both lowest they can go
Damper - Bounce Front 8 Rear 8
Re-Bounce Front 8 Rear 8

Camber Angle - Front 3.0 Rear 2.0
Toe - Front 0 Rear 0
Stabilizers - Front 2 Rear 2
Transmission - Auto 12
Lsd - Initial - Front 18 Rear 51
Accel - Front 30 Rear 60
Decel - Front 15 Rear 52

Vcd - 10

Weight Ball - 47 - F/R Balance 50 - to the rear

All Performance Products
N2 tires

Good Luck, It's fun and easy

Clinton

I just started drifting in GT4 about 2 weeks ago. I tried these settings, and even a noob like me can learn to drift with these settings in no time. Nice!
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Posted: Mar 3 2007, 01:37 PM


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QUOTE (SKYLINE_32 @ Yesterday at 11:59 PM)
It's a tad too old to be an FF. I don't know any old school muscle cars that are FF. But it's hella fun to drive.

A Colbalt isn't a muscle car, I think you mean Camaro or something, right?
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Posted: Mar 3 2007, 02:18 PM


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Hmm i'll give it a check. I haven't driven it in a while. I'll check it now and get back to you with the name.

*EDIT*: My mistake. It's the Chevrolet "Chevelle" SS not Cobalt. Must have mixed it up. Sorry about that.

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Posted: Mar 4 2007, 12:42 PM


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Does someone have skyline settings? I checked the previous pages and there's only basic set ups... I need everything.
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Posted: Mar 4 2007, 01:55 PM


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GT-R or non GT-R setup?
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Posted: Mar 4 2007, 02:37 PM


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I'd like the GT-R setup.
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Posted: Mar 4 2007, 02:48 PM


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it'll be bit tricky but i'll see what I can do. it'll be pretty similar to that stagea setup, which basically is R33 GT-R in drag.. what GT-R would oyu prefer?
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Posted: Jun 9 2007, 01:50 PM


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my setup i made a setup that has almost no snap it's still in testing comments please the setup is for the 1983 toyota corolla or ae86.
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Posted: Jan 11 2008, 09:40 AM


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Just tinkered around with an Evo 8 MR

Exhaust: Standard
Racing Chip: Standard

NA Tune: None

Tires: Standard
F: N3
R: N1

Nitrous: 100

Turbo: None
Intercooler: None

Brakes: Normal
Brake Controller: F: 9
R:7

Driving Aids: All 0

Carbon Driveshaft: Equip
Flywheel: Racing
Clutch: Triple Plate

Transmission: Close

Suspension: Original
Spring rate: F- 7.7
R-7.1
Height: F-95
R-96
Shock Absorber: F-6
R-7
Camber: F- 2.0; R-1.0
Toe: F-0; R - 0
Stabilizer: F-4; R-5

AYCC- 60
VCD- 18

Stage 3 lightening
Port Polish
Engine Balancing
Increase Rigidity
Oil Change

Should read about 369 HP in car parts settings menu.
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Posted: Nov 11 2008, 09:06 PM


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Posted: Jan 17 2009, 01:56 AM


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no one really wants set ups with electronic help by that we mean driving aids
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Posted: Jan 18 2009, 11:30 AM


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next time, just makea link isntead of mile long copypaste party..

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