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    Default [Help] Good Tuning for a Drift Car [GT5]

    What's a good tuning setup for a drift car on Gran Turismo 5? Or does it depend on the car?

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    Depends on the vehicle you use. Is it going to be AWD or RWD? (assuming you can tell the difference)

    If it's RWD, you're not going to want to go all out with engine upgrades, 500hp would be plenty as long as the car doesn't weigh 5,000lbs. You'll want to also make sure the tires you select have a grip that aren't above medium, sometimes hard is the only option depending on the car. After that, you'll need to learn throttle control, and preferably switch over to the manual transmission. I would have suggested clutch kicking, but GT5 doesn't offer manual w/ clutch like Forza does. (Not trying to rub my nose in it, but the clutch makes a big difference)

    I've personally been able to run clean laps time and time again with my 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS on Deep Forest Raceway and Trial Mountain. Use those tracks as your test tracks. It's no easy task, but with a lot of practice, you'll have it down in no time.

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