This GT7 tuning guide goes in-depth on the Toyota Supra Best Speed Tune in Gran Turismo 7. We break down the best parts and car settings to make this 260MPH Monster!
The Supra is a Japanese Icon and sports car lovers’ favorite all over the world. It appeared in every Gran Turismo game ever released.
How To Get The Supra In GT7
In GT7, you can unlock the Supra by purchasing it from the Used Car Market for 96,900 Credits.
The Toyota Supra is a sports car that was first produced in 1978. The car was designed by Akio Toyoda, the grandson of the founder of Toyota Motor Corporation.
The Supra was originally marketed as a luxury car and was only available in Japan. In 1986, the Supra was redesigned and became available in other markets.
The third-generation Supra, which was produced from 1993 to 2002, is considered to be the most popular model.
The Supra has been featured in many movies and video games and has been popularized by its association with the Fast and Furious movie franchise.
Make sure to check out our latest Porsche Carrera GT Best Speed Tune while you’re here! We’ve also got another Toyota tune, check out our Celica GT Four tune.
Below are the specs for the Supra Speed Tune. We can see that car pushes a respectable 777BHP. It also reaches a top speed of 260MPH or 418KMH.
- Max Speed: 260MPH/ 418KMH
- Max Power: 777BHP
- Max Torque: 92.4 kgfm
- Displacement: 3148cc
Toyota Supra Best Speed Tune – Car Parts
Slap on the following parts to the Supra to make the tune. Nitrous is optional here and only really needed for online racing. You can mess around with other settings as you wish. Make sure to keep the toe neutral for speed racing.
- Weight Reduction Stage 1
- Sports Hard Tires
Club Sports Parts
- Bore Up
- High Lift Camshaft
- Weight Reduction Stage 2
- Racing Crank Shaft
- Fully Customisable Computer
- High RPM Turbocharger
- Fully Customisable LSD
- Weight Reduction Stage 3
- Stroke Up
- Engine Balance Tuning
- Polish Ports
- Anti-Lag Systems
- Racing Intercooler
- Racing Air Filter
- Racing Silencer
- Racing Exhaust Manifold
- Racing Brake Pads
- Fully Custom Suspension
- Racing Clutch and Flywheel
- Fully Custom Racing Transmission
- Weight Reduction Stage 4
- Racing Soft Tires
- Carbon Ceramic Brake Kit
Make the following tweaks to the engine. Each stat that is separated means front and rear. So 90:90 on the body height adjustment means 90 front and 90 rear. The same goes for the rest of the stats. Any setting which has been left out hasn’t been changed.
- Body Height Adjustment: 90:90
- Anti-Roll Bar: 1:1
- Damping Ratio(Compression): 40:40
- Damping Ratio(Expansion): 30:30
- Natural Frequency: 2.00:2.00
- Negative Camber Angle: 2.5:2.5
- Toe Angle: 0.00:0.00
- Differential: Fully Custom
- Initial Torque: 0:60
- Acceleration Sensitivity: 0:5
- Braking Sensitivity: 0:60
- Torque-Vectoring Centre Differential: None
- Front/Rear Torque Distribution: None
- ECU: Fully Custom
- Output Adjustment: 100
- Transmission: Fully Custom: Racing
- Top Speed: 300KMH
Transmission Manual Adjustment
- 1st: 3.100
- 2nd: 2.100
- 3rd: 1.550
- 4th: 1.200
- 5th: 0.974
- 6th: 0.799
- Final: 2.400
- Nitro Overtake: Nitro
- Output Adjustment: 50
In this GT7 tuning guide, we break down the best parts and car settings to make the Toyota Supra a 260MPH Monster.
If you’re looking to take your Supra up a notch in GT7, then be sure to try out some of these tips.
This tune was originally made by HSG Automotive. Check out his YT channel sometime.
Thanx… i’m really interested in learning how to set up the car for circuit races
These are the worst setting ever, you might want to re look at everything, especially the down force, the car is spinning around like no other.
lol its a speed tune, not built for handling. If youre spinning try lowering your final drive perhaps. Trust me everyone has a hard time managing this tune but its built to be fast!