Welcome to Team Shmo's Gt6 Tunes

Thank you for visiting and enjoy all the free Gran Turismo 6 tunes! We have GT6 tuning for racing, drifting, rally, drag racing, and special built track tunes such as NASCAR and Nürburgring. We also have a guides section to give you a more in depth view on certain Gran Turismo 6 aspects you may be struggling with. If you enjoy the GT6 tunes please be sure to like us on facebook and twitter. If you like the photomode in the game our tumblr has literally the best Gran Turismo 6 photos anywhere!

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Newest Tunes

Mazda Cosmo Sport (L10B) '68

Posted by on November 22, 2014

Mazda Cosmo Sport (L10B) '68

Very old yet futuristic looks car. Lives up to it's Mazda Cosmo name. The body lines on this car make literally every paint color look great. That sucked for me since it took forever to find my favorite of the bunch. I decided to go with this lemon lime green because I really liked when the light hits the car the paint looks more yellow. This Cosmo Sport looks great and drifts great too. Very low power makes it easy to really slam around the track. There are a few models of this car and I am pretty sure this tune will work for all of them. The looks is the thing that keeps me coming back. I never see these cars online tearing up the track making this pretty special to show off to others in.

Honda INTEGRA TYPE R (DC5) '03

Posted by on November 18, 2014

Honda INTEGRA TYPE R (DC5) '03

This is for 1/4 mile drag. I started with the Civic drag tune and then moved to the DC2 Integra and now up to the big boy DC5 Integra. I picked the '03 over the '04 because this one weighs 10kg less. Doesn't sound like much, but when it comes to drag any advantage is a good advantage. This car should be able to handle pretty much any other FF car or at least be quite competitive. I have beaten most people, but like anything there is still room for some improvement. This tune is decent on the launch, but really picks up down the track. The hard part of any FF drag tune is the launch because the front wheel drive system just can't catch any traction. The tires will always spin like crazy. It has a bit more power than the DC2, but also weighs a little more. Most of the time this will end up with it winning against them, but I have been smoked by a couple super pro tuned DC2 Integras before.

Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) '02

Posted by on November 11, 2014

Mazda RX-7 Spirit R Type A (FD) '02

The Mazda RX-7 is a Japan classic. It symbolizes the golden era of the Japanese car industry. From the looks to the Wankel engine Mazda had a hit from the start. I have made a RX-7 drift tune already, but it was time to see how it would stack up as a race car. As no surprise it is spectacular. The perfect balance of hp and weight allow this car to fly around the tracks. It really is fast too. With a little practise I was landing crazy fast laps around whatever track I was testing it at. The RX-7 is one of my favorite cars ever made and I'm sure after using this tune it will become one of yours as well.

RUF BTR '86

Posted by on November 8, 2014

RUF BTR '86

Since we can't have Porsche in the game we will have to settle for RUF. Luckily RUF makes some really excellent cars that look great too. It kind of reminds me of the old1973 Porsche 91, but all Porsche's kind of look the same so pick any of them and that's what it looks like lol. All jokes aside I'm pretty sure the actual car it started at is a Porsche 930. Since the engine is in the back it makes for a pretty crazy drift experience. Even on racing slicks it can get crazy, but put it on comfort hard it's just next level fun. I decided to put a spoiler on mine because it looks awesome and it helps keep the car's rear down. It has a lot of power meaning you don't have to slam the gas to get it to drift. Little taps are more than enough to get it around any corner. You can spin out if you are not careful, but I have landed some awesome drifts with it. Pretty smooth overall. If you do change anything I don't recommend changing the anti roll bar settings. At the settings they are at now worked best while anything else seemed to change the car for the worse.

HKS CT230R '08

Posted by on November 5, 2014

HKS CT230R '08

Let's get this out the way right now. This car looks awesome! It has just patches or chrome paint and even the rear side windows are chrome. Mixed with the red this thing just looks too good drifting down the road. It is 4WD which makes it a lot easier to control too. It's based on the Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution, but tuned by HKS to be a beast and now re-tuned by Team Shmo to be a drift beast. You can power through corners pretty hard and not worry about crashing, but do watch how little gas you use as the 4WD system can take over and cause you to lose the drift. Heavy on the gas will make it spin pretty easy however and get you back sideways.

Ford Focus ST '13

Posted by on October 30, 2014

Ford Focus ST '13

Really liking this new Ford Focus. The ST version is even nicer with is subtle, but sportier looks. It has almost 500hp which is insane for a small FF car. It's actually a little bit too much power for the car. I debated about lowering the hp with smaller turbos etc, but ran into the same problems of excessive tire spin either way. At max power it is much faster on the straights, but watch how hard to hit the gas out of the corners. Be very gentle. Remember to squeeze the gas just enough to push around and ease fully onto it on the exit. The added power makes it excellent for large tracks however. Small tight corner tracks you are probably going to have a lot of wheel spin, but large wide turns with big straights this car flies. I got 7min exact on Nurburgring on my first run. That means this car can easily do under 7min if I practised more or if it had a better driver. Nos would also help too. I did everything I could to reduce wheel spin and even tho it still has some here and there it doesn't really affect handling too much. I noticed I would still make the turns perfectly even with one tire smoking up the track. The Ford Focus price is pretty cheap for all that you get with this car.