That thing is way too bloody quick. I was struggling to keep up in my 600HP RX-7 on Nurburgring, kept going over the limit and spinning. Sorry for making you slow down each time I spun
Well I did an endurance race in the Lexus LF-A...I have to say, it is not my favorite car in the game, not by a long shot. The engine, even coming from a rotary guy, is way too peaky (absolutely no mid-range) and on the stock tires the car understeers horribly. The interior is kind of drab looking and the gauge cluster isn't really all that cool to be honest. The sound is also pretty far off from the real deal. I feel like this car has been nerfed in the game...I was hoping it would be better. After the race was over (Laguna Seca enduro) I drove an M5 (stock) around the 'Ring and it just felt so much more alive. Huge power and torque from 5k and up (the Lexus doesn't feel like it makes anything below 7,000) and very neutral feeling.
Good: BMW M5 E60
Bad: Lexus LF-A
(I keep all of my cars fairly close to stock, if not completely stock)
Mines 588 BHP, but on gtplanet after engine rebuild they're reporting 618 BHP.
Mine had 0 miles, so i'm wondering what happens when I can rebuild the engine.
The 170 MPH top speed kills me though.
Can't you fix that with the transmission? Same for the GT40 you dragged against my Shelby.
Yes, after bolt on's it did around 130 MPH. But I don't wanna long-gear it too much.
The GT40 just had bolt-ons, I haven't used a tuning guide on that yet.
Apparently the Honda Odyssey is an epic car...