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> Version 3 Shift Points/Start-up list/Top speed
babba-r32
  Posted: Jul 4 2004, 11:23 AM


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(d0ob0o: switched shift points around cuz these are correcter happy.gif )
UPDATED SHIFTPOINTS FROM d0ob0o, all of the cars and organized.
Now everyone in unison THANX d0ob0o.

Toyota

86M:8000-->9000-->10500

86 treuno: 5000-->5500-->6000

86 levin: 5250-->5750-->6250-->6500(for battle) 5400-->5750-->6250-->6500(for TA)

85: 5000-->5500-->6000

MR2: 5500-->5500-->6500-->6500

MRS: 5500-->5500-->6000, (for battle)5300-->5800-->6000

Altezza: (for TA)6000-->6500-->7000-->7250, (for battle) 6000-->6000--> 6500-->7000

GT-4: 5800-->6500-->7000

Nissan

R32: 6500-->7500-->8000

R34: 6750-->7250-->8000-->8000-->8125 or 6500-->7250-->7750-->8000-->8125

ER34: 5800-->6500-->7000

S13: 6500-->6500-->7000

S14Q: 6000-->6500-->7000

S14K: 6000-->6500-->7000

S15: 6000-->6200-->6700-->7000

180SX: 6000-->6250-->7000

SIL80: 6000-->6500-->7000

Honda

EG6: 6200-->7200-->7800

EK9: 6500-->7400-->7900

DC2: 6500-->7000-->7500

S2000: 6500-->7200-->7500-->8000

Mitsubishi

EVO3: 5800-->6300-->7000-->7500

EVO4: 6000-->6500-->7000

EVO5: 6000-->6500-->7000

EVO6: 5750-->6250-->7000

EVO7: 5750-->6250-->7000

Mazda

RX-8: 6500-->7250-->7750-->8000

FD I: 6000-->6500-->7250

FD V: 6000-->6500-->7250

FC: 5200-->5600-->6100

NB8C: 6000-->6500-->6500-->7000

NA6C: 5200-->5800-->6200-->6500

Subaru

GC8: 6000-->6500-->7000

GDB: 6000-->6000-->6500-->7000

GC8V: 6000-->6500-->7000

Suzuki

CAP: 8500-->9000-->10500

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These are shift points for Version 3, one of my friends gave it to me.
The only thing I know about this piece of info is that it was made by HIRA.
So do not say I stole it, AKA plagiarism.

AE86 Trueno (before engine upgrade)
5200, 5700, 6200, {138 to 5th on akagi, akina, 112 iro, 135 happo, 102 shomaru 125 tuchi}
AE86 Trueno (after engine upgrade)
8200, 9200, 10200, {125 tsuchizaka,103 syomaru,143 akina,135-136 happo,115 iro, 143 akagi}
AE86 Levin
5250, 5750, 6250, 6500
RX-8
7200>7200>7500>8000>8250
or
6500.. 7000... 7500...7500.. then 8000 (or 7750).
FD
6000, 6800, 7400, (speed depends on course...myogi 160, usui 155, akagi and akina 140, tuchi 130)
FC3S (THIS IS WRONG!)
5500, 5500, 6500(6000 can be used when FT), 6500
EVO3 (THIS IS WRONG!)
6500, 7000, 7000 for dh / 7500 for uh,
140 for Akagi
140 for Akina
??? for Happo
112-115 depending on how tuned for Iro
103 for Syoumaru
130 for Tsuchisaka
EVO4
6000, 6500, 7000, 7250 or 7500
EVO5
5800, 6100, 7000
Myogi - 155km
Usui - 151km
Akagi - 141-142km
Akina - 143km
Iro - 116km
Happo - 137km
Syomaru - 101km
Tsuchizaka - 127km
EVO6
5750, 6000, 6500, 7000
R32
6.5->7->8->8
BNR34
6.75k>7.25k>8k>8k> 8.125k
ER34
5.9k > 6.5k > 7k > 7.5k
EA11R (Cappucino)
8,000 -> 9,000 -> 10,400 -> 10,250
GDB
[Cold Start, i.e. gas AFTER GO]
4000, 7000, 7500, 7500
or
4000, 6000, 6900, 7500, 7000 (7500 if you're on a long stretch such as Iro, Akina or Tsuchizaka...)
GC8
6000 > 7000 > 7000 > 7500
GC8V
5000, 6000, 6500, 7000
S15
6000 , 6500, 6750, 7250, 7250 or 7500
S14Q
6000,6500,7000,7200
180SX
6000>6500>7000>7250

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Some shiftpoints are missing, so just go to the link and you should be able to find them in one of the response posts.

Version 3 thread



START-UP LIST/ TOP SPEEDS:
Found on Initial-D.com:

"(from initiald.org; http://www.hkcosplay.com/cgi-bin/bg...id=200203190328)

from fastest to slowest at the start

6MT Cars

1/NB8C
2/S15
3/GDB
4/Altezza
5/GTR34
6/RX-8
7/S2000

5MT Cars

8/MR2 (1st - 2nd gear only)
9/RPS13 (180SX)
10/AE85
11/Evo3 (A-Tune)
12/ST205
13/ZZW30
14/NA6C
15/S13
16/S14K
17/86 Levin
18/FC3S
19/RPS13 (Sil-80)
20/GC8
21/Evo5
22/Evo3 (B, C, D, & N-Tunes)
23/Evo4
24/86 Trueno (D & N-Tunes)
25/FD3S-VI
26/FD3S-I
27/Evo6
28/Evo7
29/GC8V
30/S14Q
31/ER34
32/EK9
33/DC2
34/EG6
35/BNR32
36/86 Trueno (A, B, & C-Tunes)
37/EA11R

i think it's not 100% correct.......also, home advantage is another factor for start-up....such as:

- S14Q is faster than Evo3 in akagi dh
- Evo3 & Evo4 in iro
- sil-80, S13, & 180sx in usui
- Evo5 & Evo6 in tuch
- etc."

Top Speed List found on Initial-D.com:
"(from BBS, http://www.hkcosplay.com/cgi-bin/bg2/bbs/list.cgi)

AE86 Trueno: 206km/h
AE86 Levin: 202km/h
AE85: 202km/h
MR-2: 202km/h
MR-S: 203km/h
Altezza: 205km/h
GT-4: 204km/h

R32: 207km/h
R34: 207km/h
ER34: 205km/h
S13: 204km/h
S14Q's: 204km/h
S14K's: 204km/h
S15: 205km/h
180SX: 204km/h
Sil80: 204:km/h

EK9: 205km/h
EG6: 205km/h
DC2: 205km/h
S2000: 205km/h

Evo3: 204km/h
Evo4: 204km/h
Evo5: 204km/h
Evo6TM: 204:km/h
Evo7: 205km/h

FD3S Type-R: 205km/h
FD3S Spirit R: 205km/h
FC3S: not available
RX-8: 206km/h
NA6C: not available
NB8C: 204km/h

GC8: 204km/h
GDB: 204km/h
GC8V: 205km/h

Cappuccino: 209km/h"

This post has been edited by d0ob0o on Sep 30 2005, 05:14 PM
darthchilli
Posted: Jul 4 2004, 11:46 AM


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belongs here
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Posted: Jul 4 2004, 12:13 PM


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good job with the shift points...now i think someone should sticky this so that ppl can stop posting multi topics on this.
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Posted: Jul 4 2004, 12:37 PM


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Thanks, but you should look around before posting.

http://idforums.net/index.php?showtopic=4389&hl=shif

I'll leave it to darth if he'll close it or not.
Jin
Posted: Jul 4 2004, 04:45 PM


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yes someone already posted those up....and its from a guy named HYT with a bunch of contributors from the IDforums
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Posted: Jul 4 2004, 05:03 PM


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isnt HYT from initial-d.com
Jin
Posted: Jul 4 2004, 06:25 PM


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yea IDForums = initial-d.com forums
babba-r32
  Posted: Jul 7 2004, 12:11 PM


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still missing the shiftpoints for some cars, if everyone could help it would be cool.

Thanx

PS: I want the shift points of the NA6C
d0ob0o
Posted: Jul 8 2004, 12:37 AM


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EVO3
6500, 7000, 7000 for dh / 7500 for uh,
140 for Akagi
140 for Akina
??? for Happo
112-115 depending on how tuned for Iro
103 for Syoumaru
130 for Tsuchisaka

so the 7500 is the last shift for up?
and all the individualy marked km/h points r for dh?
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Posted: Jul 8 2004, 01:16 AM


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the shift point for evo7 :

5800,6000,6500,7000

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d0ob0o
Posted: Jul 13 2004, 04:16 PM


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evo III's happo is 133
and i feel 7500 is over revving alot for up i tend to go around 7400ish

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Posted: Jul 13 2004, 09:03 PM


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has anyone tried the shift points for gc8v? i just want to verify them 'cuz shifting at 5000 seems kinda low...
Nappy Hared Azn
Posted: Jul 14 2004, 11:59 AM


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QUOTE
has anyone tried the shift points for gc8v? i just want to verify them 'cuz shifting at 5000 seems kinda low...


seriously...

This post has been edited by Trueno Sprinter on Jul 14 2004, 12:00 PM
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Posted: Jul 16 2004, 01:12 PM


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QUOTE
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has anyone tried the shift points for gc8v? i just want to verify them 'cuz shifting at 5000 seems kinda low... 



seriously...



i use
6000, 6500, 6500, 7000
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Posted: Jul 17 2004, 02:53 AM


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Anyone got Altezza Shift Points?
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  Posted: Jul 17 2004, 06:33 AM


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Found the shift points for the NA6C Miata Roadster Ssp.

5500, 5900, 6200, 6500.

This shift points are real close to each other because its an underpowered car. I just got this car yesterday and had so many battles that its already basically tuned. Really fun car to drive though.
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Sorry for the double post but got shift points for Toyota Altezza SXE 10

6000, 6500, 7000, 7200, 7200

Taken from Trueno Sprinter
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Posted: Jul 20 2004, 01:39 PM


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For the GC8V, I use 5500, 6500, 7000 for the shift points.
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Posted: Jul 20 2004, 10:23 PM


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are you sure the shift points for the evo3. is 6500, 7000, 7000, kuhz i race my homies evo4 i wonder why he beats me @ the start dry.gif
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Posted: Jul 23 2004, 11:13 PM


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u kno for the bnr34...which one is faster? does ne1 kno?
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  Posted: Jul 24 2004, 08:13 AM


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I think the shift points for the BNR34 are up on the first post. I suppose the top one is reving the engine while the bottom one is for cold start.

New Update of shift points:

MR2 G-Limited and MR-S, both have the same shift points.
5.5, 5.5, 6.5, 6.5



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Posted: Jul 25 2004, 07:09 PM


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Hey, this might be a stupid question but why are there only three shift points for the LanEvo 5? Do I shift immediately in first gear or at the redline?

gear 1 > 2: ?
gear 2 > 3: 5800
gear 3 > 4: 6100
gear 4 > 5: 7000

Please help because I really need the good shift points in order to beat Bunta... Everything went pretty well up till the Bunta Challenge on Myogi. He always accelerates in front of me and I always get closer to him after the wide turn yet he still pulls away afterwards(this is on bunta lvl 3 which makes losing quite sad). crying2.gif
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Posted: Jul 25 2004, 07:22 PM


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QUOTE (696 @ Jul 25 2004, 08:09 PM)
Hey, this might be a stupid question but why are there only three shift points for the LanEvo 5? Do I shift immediately in first gear or at the redline?

gear 1 > 2: ?
gear 2 > 3: 5800
gear 3 > 4: 6100
gear 4 > 5: 7000

Please help because I really need the good shift points in order to beat Bunta... Everything went pretty well up till the Bunta Challenge on Myogi. He always accelerates in front of me and I always get closer to him after the wide turn yet he still pulls away afterwards(this is on bunta lvl 3 which makes losing quite sad). crying2.gif

lol ya it is noob Q

EVO5
5800, 6100, 7000
Myogi - 155km
Usui - 151km
Akagi - 141-142km
Akina - 143km
Iro - 116km
Happo - 137km
Syomaru - 101km
Tsuchizaka - 127km

1 to 2 = 5800
2 to 3 = 6100
3 to 4 = 7000
4 to 5 = as follows down bellow...thats the kilometer shift points for each individual course from 4th to 5th...for example id shift to 5th at 116 on irohazaka...get it?

Myogi - 155km
Usui - 151km
Akagi - 141-142km
Akina - 143km
Iro - 116km
Happo - 137km
Syomaru - 101km
Tsuchizaka - 127km
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i don't know the shift points for an evo 5 but i think there are only 3 listed ones because shifting to 5th gear depends on what course you're doing... so it's never really the same
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Posted: Jul 25 2004, 07:31 PM


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Holy crap... I've been playing since Ver.1 and yet I didn't figure it out. It must be because I never paid attention to "official" shift points. I just went with what seamed ok for the car. blink.gif

Thx for the quick replies guys!

This post has been edited by 696 on Jul 25 2004, 07:33 PM

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