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Discussion in 'GT6 Photo Mode' started by Punknoodle, Dec 10, 2013.
That's a nice 500 Abarth..
The real one that is. :-)
Dont get me wrong, the in-game one is nice too. :-)
My real car is an '09 EX-L Coupe (albeit with an Si's 2.0L VTEC - the previous owner was a little odd), so this is the closest I could get.
Real Car (back when I first bought it, hence the dumb grin on my face)
Happily, my unconventional handbrake drift that I came up with while hooning around on private roads works equally well in GT6 has it does IRL. Yes, that is a stock FWD Civic maintaining a drift (of sorts). Basically, I locked up the rear with the handbrake, counter-steered, and then used the throttle to control my angle. Totally pointless, but very fun.
Are you guys ready to laugh? I find it too comical to be upset -- plus I love having 100 different S2000s and a handful of Honda Fit(s). Anyway, Here is my ['02 Acura TL-S] *and* the closest I can come in-game ['02 Acura CL]. What a joke.
Here's mine. 2006 Z06 with numerous modifications. It does have the ZR1 front splitter and side skirts now, I've just not been able to get a picture of it with them on.
And the one in the game. I tried to get as close as I could on the wheels. I've modified the game version as close to the real thing as possible.
Lets give this a try, first my real life cars. I tried to get it close, but being that my cars are all USDM its a bit hard. Also a bit disappointed the the 240z is still not premium.
72 Datsun 240z
90 Nissan 240sx SE
97 Nissan 240sx SE
And now in GT6
The Trans Am in the game is a 1978, mine is a 1979. There are a few noticeable differences but the cars are largely the same. My dad and I restored it when I was 16/17. It has the wider 8 inch wheels, and the WS7 suspension package (same as WS6 except it has drum brakes on the rear). Last year for the 6.6 liter engines and hailed by many magazines at the time as the last American muscle car. (Classic period of course)
few of mine, not exactly the same as I have a 225 Quattro ( 1.8 ) but have used the 3.2 V6 as its a close enough match and the standard car looks poor anyway here goes
I think they got it close enough
86' Mazda RX-7. Mines a Non-turbo, so no hood scoop, but pretty close.
It's a shame we can't get a non-turbo FC. I love the car, but I hate that asymmetrical hood scoop.
Both together on GT6. The SLK isn't quite right, as the later model has Xenon headlights, colour-coded sills and indicators in the mirrors, but it's pretty close. Just a shame I can't drive them with the roof down in the game!
What year is the one in GT6? '85?
I think they have it listed as a 85' but from my knowledge I believe Mazda was still producing the "FB" or "SA22C" in 85', not sure about the JDM market, but I had a 85' RX-7 GSL-SE, and it was the last hurrah for the FB chassis with a bigger engine, 14" wheels, limited slip, and leather interior.
Other than the Type X aero that all the hatches have in GT6, close enough to mine.
Alfa Romeo 147 GTA 3.2 v6
Here is my Alfa Mito Quadrifoglio Verde, the model in the game is not a QV but closer enough.
Haha I drive a fit IRL too. I was way too stoked when I found out it was the first car you buy in the game
Closest I can get to my 130i is an upgraded 120i in game.
You've got your's nicely stanced with the ALMS wheels.
It would be nice if OEM wheels were available for upgrades.
Imho, big concaved TTrs wheels (5 arm rotors) on MK1's are the bomb.
It does have spacers 15mm front 20mm rear to help with the stance, but makes the wheels sit perfectly in the arch with a touch of lowering on Koni coilovers... I do love the TT RS wheel but ONLY on a Mk2 TT as I don't think they suit the lines of the mk1 Many of the BBS Wheels look stuuning on the mk1's... Something like this is lovely v
Real life. 2006 USDM RSX-S.
DSC_0946 by Sileong, on Flickr
Syracuse by Sileong, on Flickr
Wow. You own a 147 GTA too? My dad had one in '07/'08. Posted some pics a few pages back. :-)
There's two cars i own in GT6, almost :
- Volkswagen Bora 1.9 TDI
- Volkswagen Golf MK1 1.5D
Two are still missing though :
- Mercedes-Benz 220CDI (w203)
- Fiat 133
Bora is nowadays 5 cm (2") lower and has better looking headlights
But i couldn't find better picture of it, where it would be lower
My R32 IRL:
Close as I can get in GT6:
First picture I've ever taken in GT.
Have you been on dyno with your golf?
Looks like it has "some" power
Have not been to the dyno, but It should be nearly 400hp with this set up. You can't go forced induction with the R32 in the game, but you can get good numbers anyway.
It has an HPA engineered supercharger and intake set up on it. Here are some pics of that install:
There is a video clip from inside the car in this set, not much to see, but it sounds great. Wish the car sounded like that in the game.
I like that VIR picture at Oak Tree. It sad, but a few weeks after that picture was taken a storm took that tree down. Here are some more pics of that track day:
My white cars