Takata Dome NSX '06 tune

Discussion in 'Tuning General' started by GTsimms, Jul 29, 2011.

  1. GTsimms

    GTsimms Licensed Racer

    I would like some feedback on this tune with the stock Takata Dome NSX '06.
    Aero 35/55
    Trans (3.90/190 mph or 3.707/200mph final) 3.197, 2.174, 1.619, 1.255, 1.000, .815/190 mph
    LSD 5/24/18
    Susp. -12 -12, 9.7 12.5, 5 6, 4 4, 4 3, 1.0 .9, -.01 +.02
    Brakes 3 3 with G25 pedals
    Racing Hards
     
    Last edited: Jul 29, 2011
  2. THE_KART96

    THE_KART96 TPRA Staff

    I will be looking at this today.
     
  3. GTsimms

    GTsimms Licensed Racer

    Kart, I decide to post this. I have been working with the iphone app ForzaTune and ForzaTraders.com tuning apps. Here is an ex: Taking the Honda Takata Dome NSX '06. Well I went into Forza 3 and got the tire width front 310 and rear 330. So on the Forza app entered metric setup then selected 1100kg, then drive type FR, and (aero of 35 front/55 rear, I hope this is close to GT5 for aero, since it is really unknown), then selected imperial. Then entered 45% dist, tires f. 310/r. 330. This give a basic tune and the iphone app gives basic, pro, and drift tunes. It gives on the basic all info needed, but some of it needs to be changed like toe reversed(FM3 toe is reversed to GT5.) This is what I am using for anti-roll bars Forza 3 or FM3 shows 19.0 and 19.0. This is what I have done, 1 GT5 is 1 FM3, 2 GT5 is 7.5 FM3, 3/14, 4/20.5, 5/27, 6/33.5, & 7/40. Springs 541.3 divide by 56(25.40 if using metric instead of imperial) equals 9.6. Well the suspension in GT5 allows a minimum of 9.7 and 10.4 on the Takata, so for rear 10.4x56=582.4 then subtract 561.7 from app. and get 20.7. So take the 20.7 and add to the front 541.3 for 562 which=10 for the front. Then FM3 app shows 50/50 for Accel/Decel and it goes to 100, GT5 goes to 60x.50=30. This is why I would like to get some feedback on the results and it might not work on some cars.

    Here is the basic susp. setup -12 -12, 9.7 10.4, 6 6, 4 4, 3 3 could round up to 4 4, -1.0 -1.0, 0.0 +.01, lsd 5 30 30
     
    Last edited: Jul 29, 2011

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