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Old 03-12-2009, 10:19 PM   #1
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http://diy-racetuning.net/Forza-Moto...lkthrough.html

Thought this is a good read.

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Old 05-12-2009, 06:32 PM   #2
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nice one , defo worth a look , some good tips on there , mind i haven't done math calculations like that for 30 or so years , will have to get a calculator out
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Old 05-12-2009, 07:08 PM   #3
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Oooh, I'll have to have a read of this to see what I can learn.
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I've tuned a couple of cars using the base math on this site. It seems to result in a stable ride but I get lost after gears/tires. Recommended!
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Its a brilliant website, apart from the colour scheme, loads of info and the tune walkthrough has helped me with almost all my cars.
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All the info down the left hand side is great for explaining how everything affects the car
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Originally Posted by tescoru View Post
http://diy-racetuning.net/Forza-Moto...lkthrough.html

Thought this is a good read.

Thanks for putting up the link, tescoru.

It managed to help me cobble together a half-decent D350 tune for my E30 M3, and get it into the top 400 on Sunset short (And for someone who's not too good with the tuning side of things I feel is a big achievement)
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It's really a very over the top guide.

I'll post a Forza 3 tuning guide how I set up a car as there's a little knack to it!
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Originally Posted by FluffySheepy View Post
It's really a very over the top guide.

I'll post a Forza 3 tuning guide how I set up a car as there's a little knack to it!

That would be great if you could, mate as I'm having a few problems setting up a B500 GT500 Mustang (won't turn in, too much oversteer etc) and it's one of my favourite cars as well, and I never get to use without the assists, as it handles like a barge!
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If you want, gift me the car and I'll fix it and gift it back :-) That's not a car I normally use, so buying the parts is a bit expensive just to get 5000 for a tune!

Add me, my gt is the same as forum name :-)
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