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Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 6' started by Dotini, Dec 17, 2013.
I ended up using the new Stingray with RS tires being very careful with the brakes/accelerator.
Is there any classic car that can win without any aids? (Must also be a road car)
Yes, there are many classic road cars that can win without driver aids.
I'm just having trouble winning La Sarthe, because of the really long straights. Is there any that can keep up on the straights?
Maybe try the Lamborghini Miura? I hope I spelled that correctly.
I was actually talking about Miura but I just now noticed I spelled Lamborghini wrong. Typo on the iPhone. Ooops.
It's so expensive!
You can make 2 million in 20 minutes with the red bull races.
I did those already. Whatever, I'll just grind at Trial Mountain. How much BHP does it have when fully tuned?
Sorry if off topic but I just noticed I can't set water surface at both, Willow Springs and Streets of Willow (on arcade mode), the option is grayed out.
Is it just a bug, or is it happening also to you guys?
PD probably forgot to activate it, same thing for me.
Oh man, I hope they fix it
You can grind a bit more if you want the Miura. I don't know how much power it has. I don't own it but I know it can hang with the big boys.
Wouldn't the Countach LP400 work too?
Yes that would work for sure. You might have to adjust the gear ratios but it will definitely keep up in the rain masters events.
Corvette 2004 you can see it on youtube at the Nurbergring.
Won all with Corvette 2004 posted Nurburgring on youtube.
FXX'07 = Racing softs = best combo!
20 secs on the Ring
12 secs at La Sarthe
Only need to be gentle with throttle
EDIT: No spray at the ring...weird
Ill be doing the Rainmasters today. Any helpful insights or advice!?
What car is the best?
I finished rainmasters with Pagani Huayra. The car is not so important, it is all about drive carrefully and not to use gas pedal on corners. Also TCS is useful too.
I don't recall which car I used, but I agree with Catagay. It's all about maintaining control.
I probably used a light car company rocket fully tuned, without TC, only ABS switched on to about 5. You just need feather to throttle until you reach a stable speed and floor it. But most important is that you steer as smooth as possible so steering wheel is a must.
We just got gold in all Rainmaster races!. We use a Dino 246. Fully upgraded. Cheap car to do it with. (Im serious!)
Had to cut some corners on the second race….tee hee…..
(You and the mouse in your pocket?)
i did the first rainmasters race with a fully modded tacoma x runner pick up truck...its not so good at sarthe tho, may have to look at gear ratios...third attempt, cutting some corners and gears set to 205mph...lol done!
I had a question earlier about what car to use for Rainmaster, but after reading post after post, I went and answered my own question. I got gold in the Nurburgring with a 32 second lead using the Jaguar XKR-S 11' on intermediate tires, I had heavy wet previously, and it was annoying how it lost so much traction and made a squeelin sound throughout 3rdand 4th gear.
I will try with this car. Thanks for the tip, mate!
I used a Lexus IS F and it was a piece of cake.
I have won these many times with many different cars. I have found through testing that SS tires work just as well as the rain tires, if not better on some cars. Cars with adjustable downforce like Nardo make it even easier. Try a race with rain tires. If the car seems almost uncontrollable switch to SS. I run with grip set to real and srf off.