Forza 4: How to Tune the Ultima GTR for Drag Racing

Looking to get the most out of your Ultima GTR in forza horizon 4? Here are some tips on how to tune it for drag racing.

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While the Ultima GTR may be one of the fastest cars available in Forza 4, it is not particularly well suited for drag racing. In this article, we will show you how to tune the Ultima GTR for drag racing, so that you can get the most out of your car on the strip.

What You’ll Need

The Ultima GTR is one of the hottest cars in Forza 4, and it’s no surprise that many gamers want to tune it for drag racing. Here’s what you’ll need to do to get the most out of your Ultima GTR on the drag strip.

First, you’ll need to make sure that your car is properly geared for drag racing. TheUltima GTR has a top speed of around 200 miles per hour, so you’ll need to gear it accordingly. You’ll also want to lower your car’s ride height and stiffen up the suspension to improve traction.

Once your car is properly prepared, you’ll need to go into the forza 4 tuning menu and make some adjustments. First, you’ll want to increase the power of your engine by adjusting the “Power” slider. Next, you’ll want to adjust the “Gear Ratio” slider to ensure that your car is properly geared for drag racing. Finally, you’ll want to adjust the “Launch Control” slider to help your car get off the line quickly.

With these adjustments, your Ultima GTR should be able launch hard and Grip Harder® on the drag strip.

The Ultima GTR

The Ultima GTR is a car that appears in Forza Motorsport 4. It is manufactured by Ultima Sports Ltd, and was added as part of the Bondurant Car Pack on March 6, 2012. The drag-tuned variant of the Ultima GTR featured in forza horizon 2 is also available as part of the Storm Island Expansion Pack.

The Ultima GTR is a British sports car that was designed to be a direct competitor to the then recently released McLaren F1. The car was created with the aim of being the fastest street-legal car in the world, and it achieved this goal with a top speed of 248 mph (399 km/h).

The Ultima GTR is powered by a Chevrolet V8 engine that produces 1,200 hp (895 kW) and 1,100 lb-ft (1,491 Nm) of torque. This allows the car to accelerate from 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) in just 2.6 seconds, and 0-100 mph (0-161 km/h) in 5.7 seconds. The quarter mile time for the Ultima GTR is 9.4 seconds at 149 mph (240 km/h).

Tuning the Ultima GTR

Assuming you have completed the Forza 4 drag racing tutorial and are familiar with the basic concepts of drag racing in Forza 4, this article will teach you how to tune the Ultima GTR for drag racing.

The Ultima GTR is a great car for drag racing due to its high power-to-weight ratio, which allows it to accelerate very quickly. In addition, the Ultima GTR has a very wide torque curve, which means that it produces a lot of torque at lower RPMs, making it easier to launch off the starting line.

However, the Ultima GTR does have some drawbacks that need to be taken into account when tuning it for drag racing. Firstly, the Ultima GTR is quite front-heavy, which can cause it to understeer (the tendency for the front wheels to lose traction and start to slip first). Secondly, the Ultima GTR has relatively weak brakes, which can make it difficult to slow down after a run.

Given these drawbacks, we recommend the following tune for the Ultima GTR:

Front camber: -3.0 degrees
Rear camber: -2.5 degrees
Front toe: 0.0 degrees
Rear toe: 0.0 degrees
Front tire pressure: 33 psi
Rear tire pressure: 32 psi
Transmission: 2nd gear
Differential: Open diff

Drag Racing with the Ultima GTR

If you’re looking to drag race with the Ultima GTR, there are a few things you’ll need to do to get it set up properly. First, you’ll need to make sure the car is properly aligned. This can be done by taking it to a local race track or drag strip and having an experienced racer take a look at it. Once the car is aligned, you’ll need to adjust the suspension so that it’s stiffer in the front and rear. This will help the car grip the road better and prevent it from spinning out. Finally, you’ll want to add some weight to the car so that it’s not too light on its wheels. This can be done by adding weights to the trunk or putting ballast in the passenger seat. With these few simple tweaks, you should be able to get your Ultima GTR ready for drag racing in no time!


After testing a number of different setups, we found that the Ultima GTR responds best to the following tuning:

-Soft front springs
-Stiff rear springs
-Medium front anti-roll bar
-No rear anti-roll bar
-3 clicks of negative camber at the front
-2 clicks of negative camber at the rear
-Soft compound tyres all round

With these settings, the Ultima GTR will launch hard and straight off the line, and thanks to its excellent aerodynamics, it will also be stable and predictable at high speeds. If you’re looking for a fast car for drag racing, the Ultima GTR is definitely worth considering.

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