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Nissan GTR 17 Best Speed Tune Gran Turismo 7

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This GT7 tuning guide goes through the Nissan GTR Best Speed Tune in Gran Turismo 7. This 933 HP Machine is an animal on the race track.

The GTR has appeared in many Gan Turismo releases. It’s an icon of Nissan fans around the world. Check out our latest tune for it below.

GTR 17 History

The Nissan GTR 17 is a popular car that has been around for many years. It is known for its high performance and excellent design.

The GTR was first released in 2007, and it has been a favorite among car enthusiasts ever since. Some of the Nissan GTR 17’s features include a V6 engine, all-wheel drive, and a six-speed transmission.

It is also known for its high level of safety. It has been awarded five out of five stars in the Euro NCAP safety ratings.

The GTR has come a long way since it was first released. In the past few years, Nissan has made several improvements to the car.

For example, they have upgraded the engine to make it even more powerful. They have also added new features, such as an adaptive suspension system and a torque vectoring system.

These enhancements make the Nissan GTR 17 one of the most advanced cars on the market today.

While you’re here check out our latest Nissan Skyline R34 Speed Tune.

Car Specs

Nissan GTR 17 Best Speed Tune: GTR Specs
  • Top Speed: 295MPH +
  • Max Power: 933HP
  • Max Torque: 662.9ft-lb
  • Weight: 2809lbs

Car Parts

Engine Tuning

  • Bore Up
  • Stroke Up
  • Engine Balance Tuning
  • Polish Parts
  • High Lift Camshaft
  • Racing Crank Shaft

Bodywork

Weight Reduction: Stage 1, 2, 3, and 4.

Car Settings

Tires

  • Front: Heavy Wet: Racing
  • Rear: Soft: Racing

Suspension

Fully Custom Suspension

  • Body Height Adjustment: 85:85
  • Anti-Roll Bar: 9:9
  • Damping Ratio(Compression): 31:31
  • Damping Ratio(Expansion): 43:43
  • Natural Frequency: 1.60:1.60
  • Negative Camber Angle: 3.6: 2.6
  • Toe Angle: 0.11:0.11

Differential Gear

  • Differential: Active LSD Controller
  • Initial Torque: 50:50
  • Acceleration Sensitivity: 17:17
  • Braking Sensitivity: 50:50
  • Torque-Vectoring Centre Differential: Normal
  • Front/Rear Torque Distribution: 30:70

Aerodynamics

  • Downforce: None

ECU

  • ECU: Fully Control Computer
  • Output Adjustment: 100

Performance Adjustment

  • Ballast: 0
  • Ballast Positioning: 0
  • Power Restrictor: 100

Transmission

  • Transmission: Fully Custom Racing
  • Top Speed: 320

Transmission Manual Adjustment

  • 1st: 3.352
  • 2nd: 2.141
  • 3rd: 1.558
  • 4th: 1.189
  • 5th: 0.932
  • 6th: 0.719
  • Final: 3.018

Nitro/Overtake

  • Nitro Overtake: Nitro
  • Output Adjustment: 50

Supercharger

  • Turbocharger: High RPM
  • Anti-lag System: Yes
  • Anti-Lag System: On
  • Intercooler: Racing
  • Supercharger: None

Intake & Exhaust

  • Air Cleaner: Racing(slotted discs)
  • Muffler: Racing
  • Exhaust Manifold: Racing

Brakes

  • Brake System: Racing(slotted discs)
  • Brake Pads: Racing
  • Handbrake: Normal
  • Handbrake Torque: 0
  • Brake Balance: Brake Controller
  • Front/Rear Balance: 0

Steering

  • Charge Steering Angle: Normal
  • 4WS System: None
  • Rear Steering Angle: 0

Drivetrain

  • Clutch & Flywheel: Racing
  • Propellor Shaft: Normal

Conclusion

Make sure to copy these exact parts and tuning done to the car. If you liked the tune make sure to let us know in the comment section below!

This tune was originally made by JohnnySDVR, check out his awesome content on YT sometime.

2 thoughts on “Nissan GTR 17 Best Speed Tune Gran Turismo 7”

  1. It’s fast, and I like the transmission tune, but if you use an in-the-car view, you can hear it scraping. I’m not sure if it’s the tires in the wheel wells or the bottom of the car on the ground, but it’s a little bit too low. Way better than I could have figured out on my own, and a great spot to start tinkering. Thanks!

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