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Seat TDI Mod

Mark Guy

1000RPM
Aug 21, 2008
1,788
29
I see there is Seat TDI Mod on Nogrip. Has anyone tried this mod and how does it work?:worship:
 

Trebor901

2000RPM
Aug 10, 2007
2,223
724
29
yep, the best one is the 2009 one, its good but i dont think they've managed to get the torque right, because its still not that much quicker than the petrol ones.
 

Rhys Gardiner

5000RPM
Jul 8, 2008
5,364
772
26
No idea, but the mod itself is excellent. Not sure about the lack of time difference though - I took both the petrol and TDI versions out on the Top Gear Test Track, and I was about half a second faster in the TDI... :bulgy-eyes: Also, is first gear really meant to be that short??
 

Daryl Blaber

10RPM
Sep 17, 2008
23
0
Road in one @ Brands Hatch at Race Live last year, They do move pretty well.

Im yet to test this mod but we shall see.
 
C

commendatore

Hi. I actually didn´t like how the engine "feels"
It´s terrible! It takes a lot of time to get use to change gear at 3800rpms...
As someone said before me, i also don´t think that the torque is right, i mean this car has twice the torque of the petrol version.
 

Günthar Rowe

True2Life Racing
Premium
Feb 24, 2008
3,955
299
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here is the torque data in the 2009 mod

Code:
// WTCC Seat Leon ( 2009 Model )
// based on 2008 specs
// edited by PetraGTC
// Version 1.0
// File last edited on: 10.03.2009
//
// Maximum Torque: 500 NM @ 2000 RPM
// Maximum Power: 280 horsepower @ 4250 RPM
RPMTorque=( 0.0, -58.4, -58.0)
RPMTorque=( 250.0, -33.0, -9.0)
RPMTorque=( 500.0, -13.7, 29.5)
RPMTorque=( 750.0, -20.4, 63.5)
RPMTorque=( 1000.0, -24.0, 103.1)
RPMTorque=( 1250.0, -27.6, 182.5)
RPMTorque=( 1500.0, -31.4, 281.7)
RPMTorque=( 1750.0, -35.1, 388.4)
[B]RPMTorque=( 2000.0, -38.9, 508.4)
RPMTorque=( 2250.0, -42.7, 542.4)
RPMTorque=( 2500.0, -46.7, 554.7)
RPMTorque=( 2750.0, -50.7, 554.3)
RPMTorque=( 3000.0, -54.9, 550.3)
RPMTorque=( 3250.0, -59.1, 545.2)
RPMTorque=( 3500.0, -63.4, 537.2)
RPMTorque=( 3750.0, -67.8, 527.1)
RPMTorque=( 4000.0, -72.4, 508.9)
RPMTorque=( 4250.0, -77.1, 482.9)
RPMTorque=( 4500.0, -82.1, 447.0)[/B]
RPMTorque=( 4750.0, -87.1, 239.2)
RPMTorque=( 5000.0, -92.4, 74.8)
RPMTorque=( 5250.0, -96.2, 15.3)
RPMTorque=( 5500.0, -98.0, -14.9)
RPMTorque=( 5750.0, -98.0, -25.3)
RPMTorque=( 6000.0, -97.1, -30.0)
and here is the torque data for the 2007 petrol car:

Code:
// WTCC Seat Leon ( 2007 Model )
// Copyright Simbin Development Team AB 2007
// Created By Mark Reynolds
// Version 1.0
// File last edited on: 11th July 2007
//
// Maximum Torque: 277 NM @ 6750 RPM
// Maximum Power: 287 horsepower @ 7750 RPM
RPMTorque=(    0,   -58.4,   -58.0)
RPMTorque=(  250,   -33.0,    -9.0)
RPMTorque=(  500,   -13.7,    62.2)
RPMTorque=(  750,   -20.4,    78.2)
RPMTorque=( 1000,   -24.0,    91.5)
RPMTorque=( 1250,   -27.6,   104.4)
RPMTorque=( 1500,   -31.4,   116.9)
RPMTorque=( 1750,   -35.1,   129.0)
RPMTorque=( 2000,   -38.9,   140.8)
RPMTorque=( 2250,   -42.7,   152.2)
RPMTorque=( 2500,   -46.7,   163.2)
RPMTorque=( 2750,   -50.7,   173.9)
RPMTorque=( 3000,   -54.9,   184.1)
RPMTorque=( 3250,   -59.1,   193.8)
RPMTorque=( 3500,   -63.4,   203.2)
RPMTorque=( 3750,   -67.8,   212.1)
RPMTorque=( 4000,   -72.4,   220.6)
RPMTorque=( 4250,   -77.1,   228.6)
RPMTorque=( 4500,   -82.1,   236.1)
RPMTorque=( 4750,   -87.1,   243.2)
RPMTorque=( 5000,   -92.4,   249.7)
RPMTorque=( 5250,   -97.9,   255.6)
RPMTorque=( 5500,  -103.6,   261.1)
[B]RPMTorque=( 5750,  -109.6,   266.0)
RPMTorque=( 6000,  -115.7,   269.3)
RPMTorque=( 6250,  -122.4,   274.0)
RPMTorque=( 6500,  -129.3,   276.5)
RPMTorque=( 6750,  -136.5,   276.9)
RPMTorque=( 7000,  -144.3,   275.8)
RPMTorque=( 7250,  -152.4,   273.0)
RPMTorque=( 7500,  -161.1,   268.5)[/B]
RPMTorque=( 7750,  -170.5,   263.3)
RPMTorque=( 8000,  -180.5,   254.1)
RPMTorque=( 8250,  -191.4,   243.9)
RPMTorque=( 8500,  -203.1,   231.7)
RPMTorque=( 8750,  -215.9,   217.3)
RPMTorque=( 9000,  -230.2,   200.7)
RPMTorque=( 9250,  -245.9,   181.7)
RPMTorque=( 9500,  -263.5,   160.3)
RPMTorque=( 9750,  -283.6,   131.4)
RPMTorque=(10000,  -307.3,   104.9)
RPMTorque=(10250,  -335.7,    75.7)
RPMTorque=(10500,  -362.0,    43.7)
I have highlighted the max torques...
 

Péter Bártfai

3000RPM
Sep 18, 2008
3,596
110
// WTCC Seat Leon ( 2009 Model )
// based on 2008 specs
// edited by PetraGTC
// Version 1.0
// File last edited on: 10.03.2009
//
// Maximum Torque: 500 NM @ 2000 RPM
// Maximum Power: 280 horsepower @ 4250 RPM
RPMTorque=( 0.0, -58.4, -58.0)
RPMTorque=( 250.0, -33.0, -9.0)
RPMTorque=( 500.0, -13.7, 29.5)
RPMTorque=( 750.0, -20.4, 63.5)
RPMTorque=( 1000.0, -24.0, 103.1)
RPMTorque=( 1250.0, -27.6, 182.5)
RPMTorque=( 1500.0, -31.4, 281.7)
RPMTorque=( 1750.0, -35.1, 388.4)
RPMTorque=( 2000.0, -38.9, 508.4)
RPMTorque=( 2250.0, -42.7, 542.4)
RPMTorque=( 2500.0, -46.7, 554.7)
RPMTorque=( 2750.0, -50.7, 554.3)
RPMTorque=( 3000.0, -54.9, 550.3)
RPMTorque=( 3250.0, -59.1, 545.2)
RPMTorque=( 3500.0, -63.4, 537.2)
RPMTorque=( 3750.0, -67.8, 527.1)
RPMTorque=( 4000.0, -72.4, 508.9)
RPMTorque=( 4250.0, -77.1, 482.9)
RPMTorque=( 4500.0, -82.1, 447.0)

RPMTorque=( 4750.0, -87.1, 239.2)
RPMTorque=( 5000.0, -92.4, 74.8)
RPMTorque=( 5250.0, -96.2, 15.3)
RPMTorque=( 5500.0, -98.0, -14.9)
RPMTorque=( 5750.0, -98.0, -25.3)
RPMTorque=( 6000.0, -97.1, -30.0)
How can it be, that it says max torque is 500 @ 2000, then I look at the details and see the torque is 508 @ 2000, and then it goes even greater, max is 554.7 @ 2500? :)
 

Péter Bártfai

3000RPM
Sep 18, 2008
3,596
110
BTW real 2008 Seat Leon TDI produced 450Nm at 2500, 280bhp at 4000.
2009, torque same, power 262bhp at 3800.
 

Kris Leeten

1000RPM
Nov 17, 2007
1,844
1
TDI model: Max Nm= 500 @ 2000Rpm
In Rev-list I see at 2750 a gigantic 555Nm or is it still to early in the morning for me?
Anyone an idea on what the middle values stand for?
 

Günthar Rowe

True2Life Racing
Premium
Feb 24, 2008
3,955
299
50
here is the mods curves... If someone can find me the curves of the RL car, I'll make a new .eng file with the curve based on the 2500rpm 450Nm 262/280HP. but I need to know the basic shape to follow...
 

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Sean Vohs

500RPM
Nov 24, 2008
603
0
34
No idea, but the mod itself is excellent. Not sure about the lack of time difference though - I took both the petrol and TDI versions out on the Top Gear Test Track, and I was about half a second faster in the TDI... :bulgy-eyes: Also, is first gear really meant to be that short??

oh where'd you find the top gear test track? I cant find it on nogrip
 

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