The WTC 600 in Tokyo done without exploits is genuinely one of the hardest races in single player in gt7 - share your setups, tips, and cars

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ChaseF713
If anybody still cares, the Ford Focus RS is a good one for this race with a good tune and SH tires. Breaks into 2:10's lap times easy
 
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If anybody still cares, the Ford Focus RS is a good one for this race with a good tune and SH tires. Breaks into 2:10's lap times easy
I can confirm; I've been using the swap with praiano handling. FM1 and no pit makes this easy, I'm usually in P4 at the end of the first lap.

I've been testing with IM rear as there's no PP difference between SH and IM on the rear for some reason. Long braking distances in my opinion but easy to control on the corners; slight oversteer if you trailbrake in, can easily power out of everything except the last hairpin which you have to feather the throttle a bit if you run without TCS. 4th gear is money as you can stay in most of it through the later half of the twisties. I get about 172-173MPH on the uphill portion of the straight, and max out around 178MPH (286kmh) before the first corner. Gallo in the NSX will pass you on this if he's close to you, but after his first pit it's a wrap.

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ChaseF713
I meant without the swap. I haven't gotten the swap yet for it unfortunately.. Running about 560hp @ about 2700lb reaching near 200mph on the straight. Don't have pics of tune right now but can upload in the morning
 
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Germany
I didn't like the swap on tokyo, but i won with it on sardegna and max tune, still a little unstable and the praiano tune is very outdated.