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Cars that can be Race Modified in Gran Turismo 5 GT5 with Specs, Tune & Pics

Updated on February 18, 2011

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Race Modified Cars In GT5

 So far out of the 1,000 plus cars in Gran Turismo 5 there is only 17 that can be race modified. To save people the torment of slow load screens to check all of your cars, I decided to make a list including pictures, before and after specs, tunes, prices for the stock car, and race modification price. Some of the horsepower and torque specs may be off by a few (the dealership compared to the garage sometimes is off by a few Hp). For the highest Hp always change the oil when you buy a car, even from the dealership. 

 Once they are modified all cars will come painted white, so if you choose to paint the car another color you will have to pay for that as well ($2000-$6000). Most cars also benefit from visiting the tuning shop after being RM'd. Most of the cars can still use engine and turbo upgrades.

If anyone has better tuning for a specific car please leave a comment so I can update this article.

  • Acura NSX '91
  • Chevrolet Camaro SS'10
  • Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69
  • Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C6) '06
  • Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09
  • Dodge Challenger R/T '70
  • Honda Civic Type R (EK) '97
  • Honda Integra Type R (DC5) '04
  • Lexus IS F '07
  • Lotus Elise '96
  • Lotus Elise 111R '04
  • Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR '05
  • Nissan Silvia Spec R Aero (S15) '02
  • Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STI Spec C Type RA '05
  • Suzuki Cappuccino (EA21R) '95
  • TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00
  • Volkswagon Golf IV GTI '01


Volkswagon Golf IV GTI '01 RM GT5
Volkswagon Golf IV GTI '01 RM GT5

GTI

Transmission: 174 MPH

LSD: Initial Torque 11/0, Acceleration 35/0, Braking 9/0

Suspension: Ride Height: -25/-25, Spring Rate: 11.6/4.5, Extension: 8/4, Compression: 6/5, Anti-Roll: 3/2, Camber: 1.9/1.6, Toe: –0.20/-0.05

Brakes: Brake Balance: 7/9

Volkswagon Golf IV GTI '01

Dealership Price $31,500. Race Modification Price $156,000. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1781cc
  • Max HP: 144Hp/6600rpm
  • Max Torque: 150ft-lb/200rpm
  • Width: 1735mm, Height: 1439mm
  • Weight: 1280 kg
  • Drivetrain: FF

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 168HP/6200rpm
  • Max Torque: 167ft-lb/2700rpm
  • Weight: 980 kg

Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69 RM GT5
Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69 RM GT5

Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '69

Dealership Price $65,000. Race Modification Price $215,000. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 4949cc
  • Max HP: 289Hp/6000rpm
  • Max Torque: 290ft-lb/4000rpm
  • Width: 1880mm, Height: 1311mm, Length: 4724mm,
  • Weight: 1415 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 322Hp/6300rpm
  • Max Torque: 307ft-lb/4300rpm
  • Weight: 1085 kg

Honda Civic Type R (EK) '97 RM GT5
Honda Civic Type R (EK) '97 RM GT5

Honda Civic Type R (EK) '97

Dealership Price $19,980. Race Modification Price $110,000. Premium This car can also be won by completing The FF Cup (beginner events) in B-Spec races.

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1595cc
  • Max HP: 182Hp/8000rpm
  • Max Torque: 119ft-lb/7500rpm
  • Width: 1695mm, Height: 1360mm, Length: 4180mm
  • Weight: 1050kg
  • Drivetrain: FF

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 194Hp/8300rpm
  • Max Torque: 124ft-lb/7800rpm
  • Weight: 845kg

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09 RM GT5
Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09 RM GT5

Body/Chasis: Downforce: 35/53

Transmission: 261mph

LSD: Initial torque: 10, Acc sens: 20, Brake sens: 10

Suspension: Ride height: 0/0, Spring: 16.6/13.4, Damp ext: 9/7, Damp comp: 9/7, Anti RB: 3/5, Camber: 2.0/1.5, Toe: 0/-.85

Brakes: Brake Balance 5/7

Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09

Dealership Price $184,800. Race Modification Price $345,000. Premium. Until you win or buy a proper race car this car is great and cheap for events "like the wind" and others that you'll need a high powered race car. After the race mod and a few upgrades It runs at almost 950hp.

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 6162cc
  • Max HP: 638Hp/6500rpm
  • Max Torque: 603.94ft-lb/8300rpm
  • Width: 1928mm, Height: 1245mm, Length: 4475mm
  • Weight:1508 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP:
  • Max Torque
  • Weight

Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STI Spec C Type RA '05 RM GT5
Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STI Spec C Type RA '05 RM GT5

Subaru Impreza Sedan WRX STI Spec C Type RA '05

Dealership Price $38,220. Race Modification Price $188,000. Premium. I think the STI has to be my favorite car at the moment. After RM and any other mod you can do to it, it is a great all around car. I love using it for tuner races.

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1994cc
  • Max HP: 276Hp/6400rpm
  • Max Torque: 311.01ft-lb/4400rpm
  • Width: 1740mm, Height: 1410mm, Length: 4475mm
  • Weight:1390 kg
  • Drivetrain: 4WD

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 319Hp/5600rpm
  • Max Torque: 342ft-lb/4800rpm
  • Weight: 1065 kg

Chevrolet Camaro SS '10 RM GT5
Chevrolet Camaro SS '10 RM GT5

Chevrolet Camaro SS '10

Dealership Price $35,000. Race Modification Price $177,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 6162cc
  • Max HP: 426Hp/5900rpm
  • Max Torque: 420.23ft-lb/4600rpm
  • Width: 1918mm, Height: 1377mm, Length: 4836mm
  • Weight: 1755 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 470Hp/6300rpm
  • Max Torque: 440ft-lb/4800rpm
  • Weight: 1210 kg

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR '05 RM GT5
Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR '05 RM GT5

Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IX GSR '05

Dealership Price $35,700. Race Modification Price $115,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1997cc
  • Max HP: 276Hp4/6500rpm
  • Max Torque: 295.10ft-lb/3000rpm
  • Width: 1770mm, Height: 1450mm, Legth: 4490mm
  • Weight:1410 kg
  • Drivetrain: 4WD

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 314Hp/6500rpm
  • Max Torque: 318ft-lb/3300rpm
  • Weight: 1080 kg

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C6) '06 RM GT5
Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C6) '06 RM GT5

Z06

Body/Chassis: Aerodynamics: Downforce: 35/60

Transmission: Max Speed: 249 MPH

LSD: Initial: 0/7, Acceleration: 0/25, Braking: 0/5

Suspension: Ride Height: 0/10, Spring Rate: 13.5/7.5, Extension:-8/9, Compression: 5/6, Anti-Roll: 5/7, Camber: 2.9/2.8, Toe:-0.15/-0.25

Brakes: Brake Balance: 5/9

Chevrolet Corvette Z06 (C6) '06

Dealership Price $94,500. Race Modification Price $264,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 6997cc
  • Max HP: 503Hp/6300rpm
  • Max Torque: 469.41ft-lb/6800rpm
  • Width: 1935mm, Height: 1250mm, Length: 4465mm
  • Weight: 1421 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 547Hp/6800rpm
  • Max Torque: 487ft-lb/5300rpm
  • Weight: 1090 kg

Acura NSX '91 RM GT5
Acura NSX '91 RM GT5

NSX

Body/Chassis: Aerodynamics: 35/60

Transmission: Max Speed: 340km/hr

LDS: Initial Torque: 0/9, Acceleration: 0/48, Brake: 0/5

Suspension: Ride Height: -20/-18, Spring Rates: 6.0/6.2, Extension: 5/6, Compression: 3/4, Anti-Roll Bars: 4/6, Camber: 2.7/2.0, Toe: -0.10/+0.18

Brake: Brake Balance: 6/4

Acura NSX '91

Dealership Price $80,000. Race Modification Price $205,000. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 2977cc
  • Max HP: 270Hp/7100rpm
  • Max Torque: 209.75ft-lb/5300rpm
  • Width: 1810mm, Height: 1170mm, Length 4405mm
  • Weight: 1365 kg
  • Drivetrain: MR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 294Hp/7300rpm
  • Max Torque: 222ft-lb/5800rpm
  • Weight: 1045 kg

Dodge Challenger R/T '70 RM GT5
Dodge Challenger R/T '70 RM GT5

Dodge Challenger R/T '70

Dealership Price $75,000. Race Modification Price $175,000. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 6981cc
  • Max HP: 425Hp/5000rpm
  • Max Torque: 489.88ft-lb/4000rpm
  • Width: 1930mm, Height: 1295mm, Length: 4864mm
  • Weight: 1724 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 473Hp/5300rpm
  • Max Torque: 513ft-lb/4300rpm
  • Weight: 1260 kg

Nissan Silva Spec-R Aero (S15) '02 RM GT5
Nissan Silva Spec-R Aero (S15) '02 RM GT5

Nissan Silva Spec-R Aero (S15) '02

Dealership Price $25,600. Race Modification Price $125,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1998cc
  • Max HP: 246Hp/6400rpm
  • Max Torque:202.52ft-lb/4800rpm
  • Width: 1695mm, Height: 1285mm, Length: 4445mm
  • Weight: 1240 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 278Hp/6700rpm
  • Max Torque: 218ft-lb/6700rpm
  • Weight: 1000 kg

Lotus Elise '96 RM GT5
Lotus Elise '96 RM GT5

Lotus Elise '96

Dealership Price $37,600. Race Modification Price $137,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1796cc
  • Max HP: 118Hp/5500rpm
  • Max Torque: 121.51f-lb/3000rpm
  • Width: 1701mm, Height:1148mm, Length: 3726mm
  • Weight: 755kg
  • Drivetrain: MR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 131Hp/6300rpm
  • Max Torque: 128ft-lb/3300rpm
  • Weight: 645 kg

Lotus Elise 111R '04 RM GT5
Lotus Elise 111R '04 RM GT5

111R

Body/Chassis: Aerodynamics: Downforce: 20/45

Transmission: Max Speed: 180MPH

LSD: Initial: xx/17, Acceleration: xx/25, Braking: xx/10

Suspension: Ride Height: -20/-15, Spring Rate: 7.2/9.7, Extension: 10/10, Compression: 8/8, Anti-Roll: 6/2, Camber: 3.1/3.7, Toe: 0.00/0.07

Brakes: Brake Balance: 5/7

Lotus Elise 111R '04

Dealership Price $54,400. Race Modification Price $134,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1796cc
  • Max HP: 189Hp/7800rpm
  • Max Torque: 133.51ft-lb/6800rpm
  • Width: 1719mm, Height: 1117mm, Length: 3785mm
  • Weight: 860kg
  • Drivetrain: MR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 213Hp/8300rpm
  • Max Torque: 148ft-lb/7300rpm
  • Weight: 720 kg

Lexus IS F '07 RM GT5
Lexus IS F '07 RM GT5

Lexus IS F '07

Dealership Price $76,600. Race Modification Price $166,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 4968cc
  • Max HP: 417p/6600rpm
  • Max Torque: 372.49ft-lb/5200rpm
  • Width: 1815mm, Height: 1415mm, Length: 4660mm
  • Weight: 1690 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 487Hp/7500rpm
  • Max Torque: 390f-lb/5500rpm
  • Weight: 1185 kg

Honda Integra Type R (DCS) '04 RM GT5
Honda Integra Type R (DCS) '04 RM GT5

Intergra Type R

Body/Chassis: Aerodynamics: Downforce: 15/25

Transmission: Max Speed: 211 MPH

LSD: Initial: 10/0, Acceleration: 27/0, Braking: 6/0

Suspension: Ride Height: -25/-25, Spring Rate: 11.5/5.0, Extension:-7/4, Compression: 5/3, Anti-Roll:-3/5, Camber: 2.0/1.5, Toe: –0.10/-0.15

Brakes: Brake Balance: 5/6

Honda Integra Type R (DCS) '04

Dealership Price $27,300. Race Modification Price $117,500. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 1998cc
  • Max HP: 216Hp/8000rpm
  • Max Torque: 151.89f-lb/7000rpm
  • Width: 1725mm, Height: 1385mm, Length: 4385mm
  • Weight: 1180 kg
  • Drivetrain: FF

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 238Hp/8300rpm
  • Max Torque: 161ft-lb/7300rpm
  • Weight: 950 kg

Suzuki Cappuccino (EA21R) '95 RM GT5
Suzuki Cappuccino (EA21R) '95 RM GT5

Body/Chassis: Aerodynamics: Downforce: 15/32

LSD: Initial: 6, Acceleration: 42, Braking: 19

Suspension: Ride Height: -8/-9, Spring Rate: 10.4/9.5, Extension: 7/7, Compression: 4/4, ARB: 3/3, Camber: 2.6/1.8, Toe: 0.05/0.20

Brakes: Brake Balance: 5/6

Suzuki Cappuccino (EA21R) '95

Dealership Price $14,600. Race Modification Price $114,500. Premium. I'm not sure why anyone would want to waste money on this car. Besides for the seasonal events 6 I have had no use for it. I honestly don't find it that great to drive compared to lower hp cars.

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 658cc
  • Max HP: 63Hp/6500rpm
  • Max Torque: 75.94ft-lb/3500rpm
  • Width: 1395mm, Height: 1185mm, Length: 3295mm
  • Weight: 690 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 71Hp/6800rpm
  • Max Torque: 81ft-lb/3800rpm
  • Weight: 590 kg

TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00 RM GT5
TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00 RM GT5

TVR Tuscan Speed 6 '00

Dealership Price $94,800. Race Modification Price $175,000. Premium

Specs before and after Race Mod.

  • Displacement: 3996cc
  • Max HP: 359Hp/7000rpm
  • Max Torque: 310ft-lb/5250rpm
  • Width: 1810mm, Height: 1200mm, Length: 4235mm
  • Weight: 1100 kg
  • Drivetrain: FR

After Race Mod

  • Max HP: 395Hp/7300rpm
  • Max Torque: 323ft-lb/5300rpm
  • Weight: 885 kg

If you have tune recommendations please leave them in the comments.

I would like to thank forum members that have contributed to this article so far.

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    • jaah 5 years ago

      the ZR1 cannot compete in 'like the wind' superspeedway-indy !!!!!!!!!

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      Writen4u 5 years ago

      Jaah,

      If you have better settings please feel free to share them with us all. I'm sure there is a variety of configurations for different tracks, also I beat it with those settings.

      Thanks.

    • Xcscsxsx 5 years ago

      Yes it can because I beat it you just have to fool around with the driving options.

    • shozab 5 years ago

      Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09

      is the best by which u can win epert series races easly by making changes in transmission max speed. very nice car

    • yamindsfdgdfhgfh 5 years ago

      Thanks for sharing this and the other coloring pages. i think your theme on kids bedroom decoration is just great!

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      PrometheusKid 5 years ago from Heaven

      Nice

    • Squib 5 years ago

      Just noticed Chevrolet Camaro SS '10 says before Race Mod 426HP,after Race Mod 170HP. I assume this is a typo or does Race Mod actually drop the HP on this car?

    • 5 years ago

      The Cappuccino with the modification is great. It's a lot of fun to drive with only minor upgrades to the exhaust and the level 1 turbo. You can add a few tweaks to suspension depending on how free you like your car.

      What's great about this car is that you can enter it in a very large number of races at the beginning of the game.

    • AndyC 5 years ago

      I have that Suzuki, boosted to just over 100bhp and it's still not much fun as a drivers car, though reasonably quick. Have also got one of the Lotus cars, again not as much fun as say the motorsport elise, though it is quicker (just) than a tricked motorsport - I'd say spend the money on a motorsport elise.

      The ZR1, nice car, I've won a lot of races with that.

      And, tonight it'll be 69 Camero time, that's a beautiful race car. Cheers for info/article.

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      Writen4u 5 years ago

      Thanks for the comments.

      Squib, it has been corrected. The proper hp should have been 470, Thanks for noticing.

    • James 5 years ago

      They are awesome, nice hub :)

    • Squib 5 years ago

      I guessed as much but thought i'd point it out. Thanks

    • anon 5 years ago

      The 5.6 million credit Citroen also appears to be race modifiable. Won one in one of the events, and it has a number that can be changed like the other cars. Also raced against a Zonda LM? and it also had the tell tale rectangular number. I don't know if those cars come out of the box race modified or not? But I don't think this list is complete...

    • damekko 5 years ago

      Specs after Race Mod for ZR1

      694 HP

      627 ft-lb

      1100 Kg

    • aka_TRAP 5 years ago

      To be honest, I tried using the setup for the ZR1, and I found it to be horrible simply because the car just LOVES to oversteer, and every time I tried to fix it, it would understeer. I was able to nail a low 1:15 on Laguna Seca (currently my fastest time), and I'm still working on the tune. But for now, I'm leaving Skid Recovery On until my sanity leaves me again and I attack the ZR1 tune :P

      nice work on this page, though. I'm glad I found something that had every car with race mods.

    • Dan 5 years ago

      The ZR1 stock settings and playing with transmission were enough for me to win both Like the Wind Races using the dual shock in about an hour and a half to 2 hours. Mind you I am not an expert player. Maybe reset to stock settings and finagle the tranny?

    • Dan 5 years ago

      Oh, and you MUST be on manual for the Indy race. I did little if any breaking, simply geared down to 4th(?) during tightish truns.

    • kjeld 5 years ago

      well if your zr1 understeer, lower the front but not to much. i lowered the front by 10 and the back 0.

      camber front 2.5 and toespoor 0.20 back 2.0 toespoor 0.20 (std).

      i drive on nurburgring nordschleife a 5:57,9** :D.

      wel thx for the list :) and hope that psn get back online soon.

      ps. sorry for my english

    • Big Mike 5 years ago

      And I'd also like to praise the folks at Gran Turismo for keeping the nostalgic look of the Camaro Z28 and the Challenger R/T, even with racing mods. Still has that classic muscle car feel, y'know?

    • mulletcody100 5 years ago

      Thanks a bundle, list really helps. I got the NSX, Elise 111R, Camaro Z/28, and Camaro Race Mods. If you'd like, anyone reading this can friend me on PSN, using the username above, repeated that's mulletcody100. Thanks again! p.s. I'm a great racer, trader, and have a good eye for quick cars!

    • fang 5 years ago

      hey all my race modded cars are white

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      Writen4u 5 years ago

      They all come white, then you can paint them whatever color you want.

    • klutch_evo 5 years ago

      why did u suggest lowing the car to counter understeer. lowering the center of gravity will promote understeer, you should soften up the spring rate in the rear or raise the vehicle up to help negate the condition.

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      Writen4u 5 years ago

      Klutch_Evo,

      I didn't suggest anything. These are the tunes that other people are recommending. As I said above if you have a better tune post it in the comments and I will update the tune.

      If you have a spec that can better the tune then please post it for us all, if not then thanks for your backhanded comment.

      Also by your name I assume your talking about the evolution. Or is your great advice for every car listed?

    • gran_Turismo_man 5 years ago

      •Chevrolet Corvette ZR1 (C6) '09 relly good car i love it its the bomb

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      liamb2001 5 years ago

      really good hub, love the game, cheers mate, keep up the good work

    • Black_Corvette 5 years ago

      That Tuscan looks fit, got the cappucino which is a great car, and the camaro 69' is so classy. awesome hub, keep going.

    • VII 5 years ago

      Great call on the ZR1 RM tune. This is honestly the first time I've ever sought out other people's tuning specs for ANY Gran Turismo. Literally took me only 3-4 tries on the Indy Like the Wind event after dialing in your specs. It's sad (and quite obvious) that the majority of people posting on here know very little about how the actual settings change the behavior of the cars though (which is also why online play is completely uninteresting to me). As for myself, I generally have no interest in the hyper-fast cars and am more interested in modding the more realistically attainable production cars. Again, many thanks my friend.

    • The Murph 5 years ago

      does race modding the 69' Camero get rid of the gov'nr on it?

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      Writen4u 5 years ago

      VII,

      Thanks for your comment. I'm also more interested in driving the more common cars as they appeal to me because I can drive them and work on them in real life. I'm personally a VW mkiv person myself (note the top picture).

      I do like a little online play but most people online drive like shiv, ramming, bumping, it makes the game suck. Keep trying different rooms and friend the people that drive good. After awhile you'll have plenty of people to race with that don't care if they win or lose, they just love the thrill of the race.

    • dale leadingham 5 years ago

      the corvette can compete and win BOTH of the like the wind races, with the downforce settings full at the front and reear of the car

      done them both first time

    • anonymous 5 years ago

      nice this will definatley help to get the trophie thanks for this post :)

    • Dusty/84 5 years ago

      Any saying you can't complete "like the wind" Indy with the ZR1 RM is wrong but one thing your probably missing as I was is that you need soft racing tyres equipped, nowhere in the above specs does anyone mention tyres. This will enable the win. Ps cracking page really helpful tips. :)

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      Writen4u 5 years ago

      Dusty/84

      Good point. Tires are never mentioned, Soft racing tires for any car or almost most any race will help you win. Thanks for pointing that out.

    • BROOKSEY10 5 years ago

      Setting the camber at 2.0/1.0 then the trans at 261 then down force at the max on front and back then the dampers extension and compression at 10 all the way around and the spring rate at 16.6/13.4.... I beat the "like the wind" races first try on both with these settings. Every player has there own preference in how they like their cars to handle. Play with your settings and you will win. Great list HUB

    • ZebZeppelin 5 years ago

      I have no real experience with the ZR1, but my Z06 Works like a dream with more camber in the back.. Just sits on the tires and speeds out of the corner. There shouldn't be so much difference between the two considering it's the same base car. Great car with the right settings.

    • 5 years ago

      get an x1 they do nurburgring in just over 3 mins 30 seconds

    • carpin. ps3 4 years ago

      Found this very useful, thanks for putting in the time and effort fella.

    • Crashpuddin' 4 years ago

      Is it true that you have to purchase all these cars new? I've been told they never show up as used.

    • Crashpuddin' 4 years ago

      Also, what's the difference between "RM" & "TC"?

      Just getting my feet wet with this game, so thanks for the info.

    • chicken jim 4 years ago

      Yes, you do have to purchase these cars new. It is unfortunate that you can't purchase them in used though. Anyway, writen4u, that brown on the camaro rm gt5 is awesome! How did you get it, and what is the color called? Also, how do you get the ctr2 and yellow bird porsches to drive tight, and not drift all the time?

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      Writen4u 4 years ago

      I don't know what brown that is, next time I'm on I'll see if it says what paint color it was.

      I haven't played in so long and finally just got another wheel and ps3 last weekend, so I'm the last person you want to ask for driving tips at this point. But I can't wait to get back into it on the weekends, they have really made some good changes to the game.

    • jacknife 4 years ago

      I just beat like the wind with my 350z XDXDXD

    • kiingsi 4 years ago

      I dont no how ur saying this tuning setup doesn't work on the zr1. i have it fully upgraded witg this tune allthough altered very slightly, and can do the"like the wind" easily i can stay flat out in 6th all the way around cornering at 200mph

    • chicken jim 4 years ago

      Thanks writen4u. Kiingsi, what tuning setup do you have on the zr1?

    • Indian Auto Blogs 4 years ago

      Hi..

      Excellent advise as usual,Really good post, this will help me a lot and to the others. Now I know why people like your contents.

      Thanks

    • Justin 4 years ago

      The TVR tuscan speed 6 is definitely worth the money. Incredibly good fun to smash about in. Although I find the steering somewhat blocky with the standard settings, which can easily be rectified with a bit of camber to the front wheels (adjusted it to 2.0 myself). Plus you get that little bit of slide from the backend, not enough to negatively effect your times, but just enough to cause maximum fun!

    • ryano 4 years ago

      for the ZR1 on Like the wind-indy put the aero dynamics on full and change the trasmition to make the top speed higher. use soft tyers it hasd loads of grip after that

    • meh 4 years ago

      You sure you don't mean 850hp and not 950hp for the race nodded zr1?

    • ha ha ha 4 years ago

      the camaro zz8 is completley MENTAL!

    • Will_Root 4 years ago

      What race did you have to do to win the 5.6 million credit Citroen?

    • F1 4 years ago

      Everyone to make it easy for your self, save about $5 mil and buy the GT F1 online and you people will win like the win and whole lots of other races easily with no struggle at all!!

    • alex 4 years ago

      Car setup works nice for races, thanks

    • blood 4 years ago

      The Mazda Furai that you win on bspec works really well on the 650 pp seaonal events

    • blood 4 years ago

      You win the citreon race car in the dream car race on extreme but dont get your hopes up its not worth it I bought it and was highly dissapointed same with the F2007 Ferrari the formula gt is faster and handles better also the enzo does not like turnsso it sucks basicaly the only car to look forward to after the formula gt is the red bull x2010 that will blow your mind when your taking curves at indy at 180 mph or do a 31 secon lap around daytona

    • blood 4 years ago

      Sry curves at indy 280 mph

    • BILLYTHEKIDROCK 4 years ago

      as long as my car has the horsepower to overtake the other cars i can beat any race with that car. the ZR1 is one of my favorite cars but i can make any car that has horsepower a winning car. look me up online if you wanna see my tail lights the whole race.

    • Mashy 4 years ago

      if you are looking for a car to beat the maclaren f1 GTR in a spec season no 4 tune zr1 to your liking its agile through the corners and will race by any opponent because of its HUGE power output

    • Lab9 works2 4 years ago

      Where in b spec can u win the furai?

    • Swag monster 4 years ago

      I did it with the zr1, just draft

    • bigkeela 4 years ago

      To make the RUF cars handle better....increase front spring rate and daming. Also front roll. Decrease all of these in the rear until you get it to stop oversteering. That's how Porcshe does it. Hard to make a rear engined car not oversteer but once you get it dialed in it is great.

    • Zack 4 years ago

      Volkswagon :D Would it be wagen? It's german you know.

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      Writen4u 4 years ago

      I never caught that. The sad thing is that I own two of them and still spelled it wrong.

    • Meatbrish 3 years ago

      Furai is 600bhp and 600kg it handles better than most cars too.

    • Dacc 3 years ago

      Jaah, I completed Like The Wind in first place with the ZR1 race modified, you should set the gear ratios

    • blablababy 3 years ago

      hard to me with joystick to win Indy Like the Wind race agaisnt cars that esasily go to 370 while mine hardly goes to 330 . Need about 9 races to win it by 008 seconds ...run a Z1 agaisnt Oreca Peugeot is a crazy job PS3 !

    • TreyvionB 3 years ago

      funny, I thought RM cars were specially bought like ad ons, but I had most of these cars so I just Rm'd them and they are great, my ZR1 has an amazing 879 hp thanks to that, and a great new look!

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      Sam 2 years ago from Australia

      I didn't realise so many were available for race modification, thanks for the list.

    • Justin 7 weeks ago

      I don't do race mode my Camaro ss (10) has 701 hp with no race mods

    • Poop 2 weeks ago

      Nice this is awesome!

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