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Lamborghini Aventador Best Race Tune Forza Horizon 5

This guide takes you through the Lamborghini Aventador best race tune in Forza Horizon 5. We go through every part and tuning made to turn the car into an animal on the race track.

The Lambo Aventador is a fan favorite in Forza and fans love cruising in it. Its no doubt the Aventador is a sight to behold. The stock yellow color just goes perfectly with the style of the car. She looks simply beautiful cruising through Mexico.

It first graced Forza fans with its debut in Motorsport 4 and has since gone on to be featured in every Forza game. It can be purchased from the Autoshow for 380,000 CR. You can also win it in a wheelspin or snipe it from the Auction House.

Vehicle History

The Aventador is a mid-engine sports car developed by Lamborghini in 2011. The Aventador is named after a Spanish fighting bull from 1993. As of writing this article, there are less than 10,000 Aventadors in existence.

Lamborghini Aventador Best Race Tune – Car Parts

Here are all the parts needed to make the Aventador race build. Make sure to copy them. Don’t put on the widebody kit. Although it looks sick, it actually doesn’t do anything for the performance and actually makes it worse across the board.

  • Engine Swap: Stock
  • Drivetrain Swap: Stock
  • Aspiration: Twin Turbo
  • Front Bumber: Duke Dynamics – Sports
  • Side Skirts: Duke Dynamics – Street
  • Tire: Slick
  • Front Tire Width: 285mm
  • Rear Tire Width: 365mm
  • Clutch: Race
  • Transmission: Race – 6 speed
  • Driveline: Race
  • Differential: Race
  • Spring and Dampers: Race
  • Front Anti Rollbar: Race
  • Rear Anti Rollbar: Race
  • Chassis Reinforcement Roll Cage: Race
  • Weight Reduction: Race
  • Intake: Race
  • Fuel System: Race
  • Ignition: Race
  • Displacement: Race
  • Pistons/ Compression: Race
  • Intercooler: Race
  • Oil/Cooling: Race

Race Tuning

This section is the most important part of the tuning process. If you’re used to making tunes, test it out and mess around with it. If you are not experienced in making tunes you’re better off copying the stats below. These should give an overall balance of speed, grip, and acceleration.


  • Front: 34
  • Rear: 36


Final Drive: 3

  • 1st: 3.95
  • 2nd: 2.60
  • 3rd: 1.85
  • 4th: 1.40
  • 5th: 1.07
  • 6th: 0.80



  • Front: -2.0
  • Rear: -2.0


  • Front: 0
  • Rear: 0

Front Caster

  • Angle: 7.0

Antiroll Bars

  • Front: 30
  • Rear: 35


  • Front: 115.2
  • Rear: 170.4

Ride Height

  • Front: 3.8
  • Rear: 3.8


Rebound Stiffness

  • Front: 10
  • Rear: 14

Bump Stiffness

  • Front: 7
  • Rear: 9




Braking Force

  • Balance: 50%
  • Pressure: 100%



  • Acceleration: 100%
  • Deceleration: 25%


  • Acceleration: 100%
  • Deceleration: 25%


  • Balance: 70%


That’s the Lamborghini Aventador racing tune. Remember this tune is great for overall performance including grip, speed, and acceleration.

Let us know in the comment section if you have your own tune you’d like to share. While you’re here, make sure to check out more of our Horizon 5 best race tunes.

This tune was originally made by HSG Automotive. Check out his content on YT sometime.