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Best Skyline Drift Tune GTR VSPEC Forza Horizon 5


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In this guide we will go through the Best Skyline Drift Tune in Forza Horizon 5. The Skyline is one of the most iconic Japanese sports cars in the world and it has become a JDM fan favorite.

Vehicle History

The Skyline was originally developed by Prince Motors until their merging with Nissan in 1965. They were originally sedans until Nissan began making sport line models. Nissan being a Japanese company used Italian abbreviations such as GTR(Gran Turismo Racing) in the name to enhance sales in the Western markets. And the Skyline GTR Model was born.

Drift Car Parts

Copy the parts below carefully especially If you are not familiar with making tunes. If you have made tunes before you can make adjustments as you see fit. Some parts here such as the exhaust don’t make a difference to the performance of the build. They are more for preference.

  • Engine: Stock
  • Drivetrain Swap: RWD Drivetrain
  • Tire: Drift Compound
  • Front Tire Width: 265mm
  • Rear Tire Width: 285mm
  • Front Track Width: Upgraded on both
  • Clutch: Race
  • Transmission: Race
  • Driveline: Race
  • Differential: Drift
  • Brakes: Race
  • Spring and Dampers: Drift
  • Front Anti Rollbar: Race
  • Rear Anti Rollbar: Race
  • Chassis Reinforcement Roll Cage: Race
  • Weight Reduction: Race
  • Intake: Race
  • Fuel System: Race
  • Ignition: Race
  • Exhaust: Race
  • Camshaft: Race
  • Valves: Sport
  • Displacement: Race Engine Block
  • Pistons/ Compression: Race
  • Twin Turbo: Stock
  • Intercooler: Stock
  • Oil/Cooling: Stock
  • Flywheel: Stock

Drift Tuning

This is the most important part of the drift tune. The actual tuning decides whether the car goes sideways or not. Make sure to input these stats correctly.


  • Front: 1.6
  • Rear: 2.2


Final Drive: 3.86

  • 1st: 4.17
  • 2nd: 2.55
  • 3rd: 1.70
  • 4th: 1.24
  • 5th: 1.10
  • 6th: 0.90



  • Front: -5.0
  • Rear: -1.0


  • Front: 0.0
  • Rear: 0.0

Front Caster

  • Angle: 7.0

Antiroll Bars

  • Front: 37.60
  • Rear: 31.50


  • Front: 127.5
  • Rear: 102.3

Ride Height

  • Front: 21.1
  • Rear: 20.6


Rebound Stiffness

  • Front: 11.0
  • Rear: 10.1

Bump Stiffness

  • Front: 8.3
  • Rear: 6.3




Braking Force

  • Balance: Rear 50%
  • Pressure: Low 100%


  • Acceleration: 85%
  • Deceleration: 10%


There you have it, this is the complete drift tune guide for the Nissan Skyline. If you have a different tune you would like to share make sure to drop a comment below.

Also, while you’re here make sure to check out more of our Forza Horizon 5 best drift tunes guides.

This tune was originally made by Nitronap. Check out his content sometime.