How to Tune Your Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR

Learn how to tune your Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR with this guide. This guide will show you how to get the most out of your car.

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Introduction

Welcome to the Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR tuning guide. This guide is designed to help you get the most out of your car in terms of performance and handling. We’ll be covering a wide range of topics, from suspension and tires to aero and power mods. With the information in this guide, you’ll be able to take your Evo VI GSR to the next level on the race track or the open road.

What is an Evo VI GSR?

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR was produced between February 1999 and February 2003. It is the debut of the Lancer Evolution VI. It appeared in Forza Horizon 2 as part of the Logitech G Car Pack.

The Lancer Evolution VI was developed to stay within the boundaries set by motorsport’s international governing body, FIA. Mitsubishi Motors took advantage of Group A regulations which allowed significant modifications to the series production car, resulting in a competitive rally car. Rallying had been a core activity for Mitsubishi since it started competing in the 1970s. The first competitive model they produced was the Lancer 1600 GSR, followed by two more versions of the Lancer; the Colt Galant GTO and Starion ESI-R.

Why Tune an Evo VI GSR?

The Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR is one of the most popular cars in the game and for good reason. It’s fast, it’s stylish, and it’s relatively easy to tune. But why bother tuning it? Isn’t the car good enough as is?

There are a few reasons why you might want to tune your Evo VI GSR. First, tuning can help you squeeze a bit more performance out of the car. Second, it can help you tailor the car’s handling to your own driving style. And finally, it can simply make the car more fun to drive.

So, if you’re looking to get the most out of your Evo VI GSR, read on for a step-by-step guide to tuning it up!

How to Tune an Evo VI GSR – Step by Step

The below is a step by step guide on how to tune an Evo VI GSR in Forza Horizon 2.
ensure that your car is in good mechanical shape and that all the wheels are pointing in the same direction. If you have any problems with your car, it’s best to consult a professional mechanic or tuner.

1. Start by adjusting your ride height. You’ll want to lower your car as much as possible without bottoming out or scraping over obstacles. ride height will affect both your car’s center of gravity and how much downforce is applied to your car. Lowering your car will improve its handling, but it will also make it more susceptible to damage.

2. Next, adjust your camber settings. Camber is the angle of your tires in relation to the ground when viewed from the front or rear of the car. Negative camber will increase grip but may cause tire wear if not used carefully. Positive camber will make your car more stable but may decrease grip levels.

3. Toe is the next adjustment you’ll want to make. Toe refers to how much your tires are turned inward or outward from a straight ahead position when viewed from above. Adjusting toe will affect both straight line stability and cornering ability. Toe-in will increase stability but may decrease cornering grip, while toe-out will do the opposite.

4 . After you’ve finished adjusting camber and toe, it’s time to move on to tire pressure settings . Tire pressure affects both grip levels and tire wear . Higher pressures will decrease grip but increase tire wear resistance , while lower pressures will do the opposite . Try different pressures and see what works best for you . Just be sure not to exceed the maximum pressure rating for your tires .
5 . Now it’s time to adjust psi in all four tires according to their size . This number can be found on the sidewall of each tire and represents the maximum amount of pressure that tire can hold . For example , if one of your tires has a psi rating of 44 , you’ll want to set its pressure at 44 psi in Forza Horizon 2 .
6 . The final step is to adjust rebound damping . This setting controls how quickly your shocks absorb bumps and dips in the road surface . If you find that your car is bouncy or unstable , try increasing rebound damping . Conversely , if you find that your shocks aren’t doing enough to keep your car under control , try decreasing rebound damping .
7 . That’s it ! You’re now ready to hit the streets and put your new tuning setup to the test !

Tips and Tricks

Forza Horizon 2 is a racing video game set in an open world environment based in southern Europe, specifically the Mediterranean coast. The game was released on 30 September 2014, and is the eighth installment of the Forza series.

The Evo VI GSR is one of the fastest and most sought-after cars in Forza Horizon 2. If you want to be the envy of your friends, here are some tips and tricks on how to tune your Evo VI GSR to maximize its performance.

1. Downforce is key – The first thing you’ll want to do is adjust the downforce settings. For street racing, you’ll want to keep the front downforce at 50% and the rear at 70%. This will help you maintain control at high speeds and take corners at breakneck speeds.

2. Spring rates – Next, you’ll want to adjust the spring rates. For street racing, we recommend keeping the front spring rate at 6 kg/mm and the rear at 5 kg/mm. This will help ensure that your car stays flat and level when cornering at high speeds.

3. Ride height – The final thing you’ll want to adjust is the ride height. For street racing, we recommend setting the front ride height at -1.6″ and the rear at -1.8″. This will help keep your car low to the ground, which will improve aerodynamics and handling.

Conclusion

If you want to get the most out of your Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR, you’ll need to make sure it’s tuned properly. In this guide, we’ll show you how to tune your car for the best performance.

There are a few things you’ll need to keep in mind when tuning your car. First, you’ll need to be aware of the track conditions. If it’s a wet track, you’ll want to adjust your tire pressure and downforce accordingly. Second, you’ll need to take into account your own driving style. If you’re a aggressive driver, you may want to add more downforce than someone who is more conservative.

Finally, you’ll want to make sure you have the right tools for the job. You’ll need a tuning booklet, which will help you keep track of all your settings, and a good set of tire pressure gauges. With these things in mind, let’s get started!

FAQ

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###Q: What’s the best way to tune my Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR?
A: There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to tune your car will vary depending on your driving style and preferences. However, we recommend starting with our baseline tuning settings and then making adjustments as needed based on your own driving experiences.

###Q: What are the benefits of tuning my car?
A: Tuning can improve your car’s performance in a number of ways, including increasing its top speed, improving its acceleration, and making it more responsive to your inputs. In addition, tuning can also help you to get the most out of aftermarket parts and upgrades.

###Q: I’m not sure what some of the terms in the tuning menus mean. Can you explain them?
A: Sure! Here are brief explanations of some of the most common terms you’ll see when tuning your car:

* Suspension: This controls how high or low your car sits off the ground. Lowering your suspension can improve handling but may make your ride less comfortable.
* Tire Pressure: This determines how much contact your tires have with the road surface. Higher tire pressure can improve grip but may make your ride more jarring.
* camber: This refers to the angle at which your tires make contact with the road surface. Negative camber ( angled inward) can improve grip but may cause wear on the inside edges of your tires. Positive camber (angled outward) can improve stability but may cause wear on the outside edges of your tires.

Resources

-Tunin your car

The Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR is a tough car to drive. It’s not the quickest, it doesn’t have the best cornering ability, and its brakes fade quickly. However, with the right tune, the Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR can be a force to be reckoned with on any race track.

To tune your Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR, you’ll need the following resources:

-A copy of Forza Motorsport 6 or Forza Horizon 2
-A garage full of tuning parts (this is where your DLC cars come in handy)
-The tunings of other drivers (optional, but helpful)

Once you have everything you need, follow these steps:

1. Select the Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR from your garage.
2. Select “Tune Car” from the menu.
3. Choose the “Race” preset. This will give you the best possible performance from your Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR. If you’re not racing, you can choose a different preset depending on your needs.
4. Adjust the sliders to match the following settings:

-Collision Damage: Low or Off
-Downforce: 3 or 4 (depending on how much grip you need)
-Braking Balance: Front 6/Rear 4 (this will help with brake fade)

About the Author

My name is Josh and I’m a long-time racing game fan. I’ve been playing Forza Horizon 2 ever since it was released in 2014, and I’ve been hooked on the series ever since. I’ve also been a avid fan of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI GSR since I was a kid, so when I found out that you could tune it in this game, I was ecstatic.

I’ve spent countless hours tuning this car, and I believe that I’ve finally found the perfect tune for it. In this guide, I’ll be sharing my knowledge with you so that you can tune your own Evo VI GSR to be the best car on the road.

Disclaimer

Before we get started, there are a few things you should know. First, this guide is for the Forza Horizon 2 Evo VI GSR only. Second, this guide is meant to be used as a reference and not as an authoritative source. Third, your car may not respond exactly as described in this guide due to individual differences. Finally, please use common sense and take everything here with a grain of salt. With that said, let’s get started!

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