The Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo. Oh god...

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo 5' started by C-ZETA, Jun 2, 2011.

  1. tw1sted

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    this thread is completely stupid! everybody loves the GT1 Turbo. Some moderator close this
     
  2. C-ZETA

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    Ermm...I'm sorry, you can't close a thread because someone disagrees with everyone else (and you're wrong as someone else already proved :lol:). Opinions do not get threads closed. Otherwise the GT5 Spec II, GT5 Spec 2 Disappointment thread, 'Anyone planning to drop GT5' threads would have been gone long before the arguments in there could develop. Although, if I were a mod, those threads would have been cleaned up by me a while ago anyway :D
     
  3. Onboy123

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    Nope. Everyone has an opinion, and just because you don't like what you've read doesn't mean you can speak for everyone and just generalise like that. Especially as, if you bothered reading the most recent page, someone actually agrees with him . And if it survived 12 pages and several months, I think the moderators have decided that it's nothing harmful.
     
  4. fld200

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    I strongly dislike this car as well, as I think it's an ugly thing on four wheels.
     
  5. DaveTheStalker

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    Try offering up a good setup instead of demanding closure???
     
  6. ocelot-prodigy

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    thank God for the ignore list
     
  7. C-ZETA

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    Setups can't really change my opinion on cars like this that have already been tuned to such a range that they aren't physically reachable normally. They can certainly make it good, but it doesn't mean it makes the car good as a whole. I mean, CT230R tunes pre Spec II were very important since the car was an understeering horror at stock level (and I still loved it like that), but that's been fixed now so it doesn't matter.
     
  8. uMadson?

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    this message is completely stupid! everybody loves C-ZETA. Some bro close this

    I'm trolling, don't get mad
     
  9. TakumiFuji01

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    Ok, Do you guys think it be better if GT5 had 2 versions of the same car but one is N/A(and without the 7th gear addition) and one is Turbo?
     
  10. TakumiFuji01

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    Woah there buddy, why ya stalking me? Ya gay?
     
  11. TakumiFuji01

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    Never mind....
     
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  12. uMadson?

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    Holy triple post batman! And don't think of starting a fight, I cooled my bro Onboy123 a bit and yet you're still up. You too calm down and everything will be fine.

    And GT5 HAS both the N/A and Turbo versions. The N/A is standard though.

    *sigh*

    If I added fuel to your fire then I'd leave the fire extinguisher to the mods, if you know what I mean.
     
  13. DaveTheStalker

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    What did they do to this car since GT5p? It was a decent car. A bit twitchy, but not bad, and I like a predictable car.
     
  14. SopranoStylle

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    Lmfao hahahahahaha burned (kelso voice)
     
  15. ^^^ lol

    People consider this a ricer? HAH! I don't agree with dictating what people think about it, but RICER?
     
  16. C-ZETA

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    The GT1 is already in the game.

    I never tried it in GT5P. I cleared most of the S Class there with the Mine's. [​IMG]

    Just to clarify, I never actually said it was a ricer. Just it seemed more like one than a tuner given what it was to begin with.
     
  17. MasterLeaf

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    I
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  18. C-ZETA

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    Ah, such pretty sights :D Although could you at least state why you hate the damn thing? :confused:
     
  19. captaincrunch24

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    I have a real love/hate relationship w/this car. I love driving it but when I'm if in a race it almost always ends up beating me in whatever I'm driving.
     
  20. Tzun

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    And


    I


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    You

    Because you hate this Amuse.
     
  21. uMadson?

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    And Vagineer shall kill you out of revenge.
     
  22. Yea I know. You just don't like the looks and how it handles. I'm not sure what else I'm missing. Is it too powerful for you? :sly:

    I wouldn't think it's more like a ricer than a tuner. If an individual were to semi-tune his import and add an over-sized exhaust, that's a ricer. A tuning company turning an S200 into a rage machine is more than a tuner. I know "ricers" are just imports that are suped up crappily usually, but this is a tuning company that made this. Different story.
     
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  23. uMadson?

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    <3
     
  24. C-ZETA

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    It's not too powerful for me, just it's too powerful given it's an S2000. It's been divided too far from its roots for me. Turbo, 7-speed, 600hp+, that isn't S2000-ish at all. The CT230R, for instance, isn't completely divided from an Evo 7 since the power increase is still not completely ridiculous for an Evo 7, it's still got semi-normal parts on it (it's just a 5-speed). The S2000 GT1 is pushing personally acceptable power limits for an S2000 but it is just about fitting, plus that's NA anyway and has a 6-speed. The Carbon R is nowhere near what you can get an R34 too, I know, and other Skylines fit into that spectrum as well. The power upgrades they get over stock are very good, but the GT1 Turbo is taking an S2000 too far for me.
     
  25. Obsidian-2

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    Every time this thread gets going again it makes me want to go drive this car because I remember how awesome it is. The turbo version is easily one of the top 10 cars in the game, and the N/A version is pretty great too. These cars look really good in black too.
     
  26. Tzun

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  27. TakumiFuji01

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    Wow, here's the car's footage in Hot Version driven by Dori Dori Keiichi Tsuchiya
     
  28. Crumpet

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    If only it sounded so good in GT5 :drool:
     
  29. TakumiFuji01

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    If you look at the standard GT1, the car has no Amuse Carbon Hardtop, Front & Back bumper design is different, and Spoiler is different while the Premium GT1 has it's Amuse Carbon Hardtop, new Front & Rear Bumper design and new spoiler.
     
  30. tribolik

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    Oh really???? too powerfull for a S2000??? then check this Amuse S2000 GT1 Turbo (the real one and its not the S2300) - over 600 BHP

    http://thenaritadogfight.com/2010/12/15/feature-power-house-amuse-s2000-gt1/

    Quote - A Dynapack sheet from June 2010 reveals the HP gains of a handful of Amuse S2000 parts. When the GT1 was in turbo trim, it made over 600 HP; a true monster!

    Still think its too powerfull???
     
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