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Gran Turismo 3

stir-fry

TRIBE Member
okay people

i'm working on some really hard tracks, and can't seem to get my Toyota GT-ONE tuned right.. it's not steering properly.

could anyone share their settings with me or show me a link ?

i don't want to read a tuning guide either, so f'off if that was your advice :)
 

MARCin

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Man, had this game for 2 years already, and i'm still only like 50-60% through it... sorry, can't help ya.
 

Balzz

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Set your brake bias all the way to the rear, and your toe-in to the maximum. Soften up your front suspension and stiffen up the rear to maximum.
 
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Balzz

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Originally posted by stir-fry
thanks ballz

that helped a lot!
the rear end is swinging just nicely :)
Did it really help? The settings I gave you should actually produce ridiculous oversteer at the slightest hint of turn-in. :D
 

Lurker

TRIBE Member
lol...nice one Balzz

I can't remember my settings exactly, but I used a fair amouth of downforce, had the ride height pretty low but not all the way and the sway bars in the middle. Also, I had it toed out just a hair

Paul
 

stir-fry

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well, you're a cunt ballz but the car had some oversteer which was better than the understeer that it had before. :)
 
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Balzz

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Originally posted by stir-fry
well, you're a cunt ballz but the car had some oversteer which was better than the understeer that it had before. :)
Well, you can always use the same tweaks to make the car more neutral...just don't set everything to the extremes. :D
 
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