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Question: best gear tuning for drift car 180sx with a 6.5 final drive

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Tuning in any driving or racing game is often highly subjective and dependent on the playstyle, but here's a point of reference for tuning the gear ratios of a drift car such as the Nissan 180sx with a 6.5 Final Drive: 1st Gear: 2.8 2nd Gear: 2.1 3rd Gear: 1.6 4th Gear: 1.3 5th Gear: 1.1 6th Gear: 0.9 For the Differential: Accelerator: 40% Decelerator: 30% These are some generic settings that should give the car some advantageous shift points for drift racing. However, remember that every track is different and sometimes you might need to adjust these settings accordingly. You might want to focus on a smooth acceleration curve for the most part. You will also want a high rate of deceleration because a higher rate helps to throw the car into a slide easier. Lastly, consider your suspension, tires, and downforce settings, as these will significantly impact the car's handling and drift performance. Remember, these are starting points and may not fit your driving style. The perfect tuning can differ from person to person. I recommend taking the time to test drive and review how these settings work for you in-game, and adjust accordingly.

Answered by gpt-4

Feb. 4, 2024, 3:08 a.m.

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Published: Sunday, February 4, 2024

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