tuning adjustments not working?

#1crimsonskies113Posted 12/16/2013 2:59:22 PM
for some cars i feel like the tuning adjustments dont really do anything. I have been working on the gt500 NSX base model and it just wants to spin on lift, so i've tried the usual remedies for this and they dont seem to be working. furthermore, i dont think a [race] car should get more lift off oversteer at 30 mph

anyone else have the same problem/a solution?
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#2v1valab8mPosted 12/16/2013 3:03:36 PM
Lift? What are you referring to?
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#3lubmelubyouPosted 12/16/2013 3:04:52 PM
Have you tried setting the initial torque for the lsd to around 40 or more so the change in grip/balance is not severe?

Also try changing the deceleration setting on the lsd to 40 as well fo more grip/understeer?

I'm away from GT at the moment and can't really remember how GT arranges its settings but I think the above is correct.
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#4crimsonskies113(Topic Creator)Posted 12/16/2013 3:11:11 PM
v1valab8m posted...
Lift? What are you referring to?


when i lift on the throttle, i get quite a bit of oversteer, which i understand can be common in an RMR (doesnt happen in the Aventador) layout but it is a little ridiculous for a race car let alone at ~30mph

i thought higher LSD Accel/Decel settings led to oversteer; that's always been the case for my cars..
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#5v1valab8mPosted 12/16/2013 3:19:21 PM
It says in the description with the LSD settings that higher settings lead to understeer. When you are on the throttle, you are getting understeer if when you let off you get oversteer, correct? If so, you need to turn down your LSD Acceleration sensitivity as well as Initial torque. IT is going to affect over/understeer both when on and off the throttle, so the main changes should probably go to lowering acceleration sensitivity.
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#6crimsonskies113(Topic Creator)Posted 12/16/2013 3:36:35 PM
the NSX is actually pretty neutral and predictable under throttle. pretty much no understeer. however, if i need to lift a little mid corner, the rear will slip out, and more severely for hairpins. i turned the lsd Decel up, and it didnt really do anything. i'll do some more testing. the description of the LSD has never been good in gt to be honest. i had to watch various videos to get a proper understanding of it
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#7v1valab8mPosted 12/17/2013 8:14:06 AM
Your NSX I'm assuming is MR or FR? Why would the rear slip out when you let off the throttle, but not slip out when you give it throttle? That would make more sense if it was FF...
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#8Mr kittyPosted 12/17/2013 9:49:07 AM
Limited Slip Differential mean it lock both wheel left & right from the differential.

To have a better idea, always browse in the basic, like what is a differential.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYAw79386WI
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