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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 N├╝rburgring. 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

BMW Z8 '01

Posted by on December 13, 2014

BMW Z8 '01

I am going on record saying BMW makes the BEST cars for drift. Every single BMW I have ever tried drifts super amazing. Literally the M3, M4, M5, or whatever else is unstoppable. The tune above is a normal BMW Z8 drift tune, but the amount of control you have over it allows you to do anything you want. As you saw from the video I did spins pretty much everywhere whenever I felt like it and never crashed into the wall or skidded off the track once. Truly amazing precision. This tune is almost stock settings for a lot of it as well. It doesn't even have any changes to the customize transmission. It's very stiff which usually makes car a bit too crazy for me, but this one just works. I tried making it softer, but it was basically the same and a little less fun. It lands huge drifts on every track and you can see smoke for miles.

Honda CR-Z a '10

Posted by on December 10, 2014

Honda CR-Z a '10

Hybrid! In the car world there is usually a lot of hate on hybrids since they are usually slow and boring. The newer super cars like the McLaren P1, Porsche 918, and Ferrari LaFerrari have embraced hybrid technology to make the cars even faster. This has definitely shifted the views of car lovers, but in terms of cars we can all afford hybrids still suck. Luckily the Honda CR-Z a was made at an affordable price tag and doesn't let performance suffer. First thing I will say is they kept the design of the car looking very nice. Sharp edges and interesting shape give this car a very unique look. Once you add the body kit and new rims, etc the looks go to a whole new level of cool. The performance is also no slouch. Very fast little car that handles great too. I had a ton of fun driving this Honda around any track I tested it at. Since it has such low hp it isn't as fast as a Honda Civic could be, but in terms of handle and fun factor it is equal.

Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5 -16 Evolution II '91

Posted by on December 6, 2014

Mercedes-Benz 190 E 2.5 -16 Evolution II '91

A classic drift car and for good reason. just enough power to slide around any corner, but not too much to the point that it becomes difficult to control. You may notice the regular car is black, but I painted mine all white. I didn't get the best pictures or it and decided to just add a filter over it to make it look cooler, but in the game the all white looks amazing. The looks of the Mercedes are very unique. Very square with hard lines, but it all flows very nicely. Great car for drifting overall.

DMC DeLorean S2 '04

Posted by on December 3, 2014

DMC DeLorean S2 '04

Although you have probably never seen on in real life everyone knows it from Back to the Future. One thing that is weird is this car says it is 2004 when the actual car came out in the early 80's. I assume the GT6 version is a modern version or some special edition. Either way I made it into a drag car. You might think that this car will be slow at drag racing since it only has a 500hp, but you would be greatly mistaken as I can easily put down an 8.5 quarter mile time. I even beat a 1000hp BMW M4 with it. Use NOS for the fastest times and start in 2nd and shift at 75mph. All the rest are at the red line. Without NOS start in 1st and redline all the gears. I love that you can hear the turbo spooling up and the turbo hiss when you shift gears. Makes drag racing a lot more fun. Also to me this car always looked just ok. I like the bare aluminum, but it just didn't look that fancy to me. If you paint it a gloss red, yellow, blue, etc I sweat you will think Ferrari made it. It looks exactly like an Italian super car of that era once it has a nice coat of paint on it. I was very tempted to paint it, but left it stock to give it that Back to the Future look. I like that when you hit the gas off the line the tires smoke and it leaves the rubber burns in the toad just like in the movie. Don't worry I kept the shift point at 75mph instead of the Back to the Future mph of 88 to make sure you don't time travel anywhere.

BMW M4 M Performance Edition

Posted by on November 29, 2014

BMW M4 M Performance Edition

This car is so sick! The flashing lights at night time is just too awesome on the replays. You can even see the red lights reflecting on the walls etc. Some BMW facts you might not of know about this car is it has 1000HP once fully upgraded which took me by surprise. I didn't think this car would come even close to that. The huge power makes this a great drift car. Smoking the entire track with ease. The tires I use (listed in parts) give this a little extra drift ability, but you can just use standard hard tires too. It has a tendency to snap back into a straight line after it's done with a turn which makes it great for seasonal events where you want to straighten out afterwards. For normal track drifting I suggest going harder on the gas to maintain heat in the tires to keep the drift.