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    Gran Turismo 2 - Quick Cash Guide Version 0.6
    The U.S. Version of Gran Turismo 2 for PSX
    
    By Dan GC (Guardian Cloud) <lbdangc@aol.com>
    
    When Made: 12/28/99 04:32 PM PT
    Last Updated: 03/05/00 11:28 AM PT
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      Gran Turismo 2 was...
    Created by: Polyphony Digital
    Licensed by: SCEA
    Published by: SCEA
    Released: December 17, 1999
    
      Okay, if you have any comments, questions, corrections, or any other
    things you can add to this, E-mail them to <LB Dan GC@aol.com>
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    Table of Contents
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    1.  Updates
    2.  What the use of this guide is
    3.  Preparation
    4.  The Quick and Easy Way for Credits
    5.  Races and Cars Won
    6.  Cars I Won and Bought
    7.  Contributors' Quick Cash Strategies
    8.  Frequently Asked Questions
    9.  Miscellaneous Stuff
        1. Drivetrains
        2. Turning
        3. Car Parts
        4. Tuning
        5. Best ___ Car
        6. Stupid Mail I've Received
    10. My Car Reviews
    11. Special Thanks
    12. Author Information
    
    Copyright Disclaimer:
    
    Unpublished Work Copyright (c) 1999, 2000 Dan GC
    
      This FAQ is for private and personal use only. It may only be
    reproduced electronically, and if placed on a Web Page or Site, may be
    altered as long as this Disclaimer and the above Copyright Notice
    appears in full. This FAQ is not to be used for profitable/promotional
    purposes; this includes being used by publishers of magazines, guides,
    book, etc. or being incorporated into magazines, etc. in ANY way without
    Full Authorization from me and any cohorts I may have.
      Gran Turismo and Gran Turismo 2 are copyright (c) 1999 Polyphony
    Digital and Sony Computer Entertainment.
      Section #5 and #6 are created by and copyright (c) 1999 Wolf
    <mungo@aon.at>. I have included it in this guide to help people know
    what cars they win from races and what cars to use to complete
    Simulation.
      This FAQ was created and is owned by me, Dan GC <lbdangc@aol.com>
    All Copyrights and Trademarks are acknowledged that are not
    specifically mentioned in this FAQ. Please give credit where it is due.
    
      If you would like to print these document, save it as a Text Document
    on your Hard Drive first, then open WordPad (if you have it), then
    change the font to a more suitable one, such as Times New Roman with the
    size of 10, take out unnecessary things, then print it afterwards.
    
    This FAQ can be found at:
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    GameFAQs                              www.gamefaqs.com
    The Shrine (under construction)       come.to/theshrine
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    Part 1:  Updates
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    Version 0.6 03/05/00:
      Corrected Toe tune-up subsection and finally put up my true Web Page
    address, it's still under construction, though. Added a little more in
    the "Best ___ Car" subsection, and fixed it.
    
    Version 0.5 01/29/00:
      Finals are over and I can finally relax. Really easy, though. I
    finally got that accursed Mazda AZ-1 '91 after I had 501 days on the
    counter. I added in the Modification Parts section to get people more
    familiar to the parts and know what you need to get to actually change
    the settings of the car. I modified some of the Tuning section and
    added in some defintions to terms at the beginning.
      I also took the Modification Parts and Tuning sections and made
    another guide.
    
    Version 0.4 01/21/00:
      I finally finished Simulation. Only 97.80%. I did every race, even the
    Event Generator races, that's how I got 97.80% in the first place. When
    you beat an Event Generator race with any car, it counts as beating a
    race. I couldn't find the Mazda AZ-1 for some reason even though it's
    a used car at Mazda. Any help?
      Well, I added in a new section, "Miscellaneous Stuff." At the
    beginning of the section, it tells you how to change the Settings of
    your car without going to a race that has no restriction on how much
    horsepower you can have. You can just go to a Machine Test and change
    the Settings there.
      In the Miscellaneous Stuff section, it features the 'Drivetrains,'
    'Turning' with each Drivetrain, 'Tuning' your car, the 'Best ___ Car,'
    and 'Stupid Mail I've Received.'
      I've added in a few Frequently Asked Questions. Added in some ASCII
    art courtesy of Red Phoenix.
    
    Version 0.35 01/09/00:
      Added in two new sections and more Frequently Asked Questions. Please
    read it before you E-mail a question, I'm tired of getting questions
    that are already answered.
    
    Version 0.3 01/02/00:
      It looks like YOU CAN sort cars in GT2. Check it out in the
    Frequently Asked Questions section. I added more questions to the
    Frequently Asked Questions section. I've also fixed a few errors here
    and there. Modified 'The Quick and Easy Way for Credits' section by
    including the 'Event Generator.'
    
    Version 0.25 01/01/00:
      Well, it looks like the Y2K Bug didn't hit. Too bad for those people
    who wasted tons of money preparing for 'armageddon.' I added a few
    questions to the Frequently Asked Questions section. If you need a
    question answered, read that first and if it isn't there, E-mail and
    ask me the question.
    
    Version 0.2 12/30/99:
      Added in two new sections. Added in a GameShark code to help with the
    Endurance races. Added in a few more questions.
    
    Version 0.15 12/29/99:
      Corrected stuff to match the U.S. version (prize cars from license
    tests). Added in two questions to the Frequently Asked Questions section
    
    Version 0.1 12/28/99:
      First Edition
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    Part 2:  What the use of this guide is
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      I have made this guide to help people get money really easily. Now,
    this is just what I did to get money really easily and, of course, there
    are a lot of things you can do to get fast money, without the use of
    GameShark.
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    Part 3:  Preparation
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      Let me begin by saying this: if you're reading this FAQ and you have
    not yet seen John Culbert's Gran Turismo 2 Compendium, then click 'Back'
    if you're using a browser to view this on the Internet from GameFAQs,
    then click on the 'Compendium' link. If you downloaded this, then you
    bettercheck out the GT2 Compendium first. It has some great information
    on tuning your car, driving, cornering, etc.
    
      Now I'll start. If you already read the GT2 Compendium and/or
    mastered or nearly mastered Gran Turismo, then read on. Okay, if you
    [nearly] mastered GT, then go to the License Tests and take all of them,
    even the Super License because you gain access to the Event Generator
    and all courses for Arcade Mode.
    
      The below shows what cars you win from what license if you get 'Gold'
    for all of the tests of that license's qualifications. After playing for
    many hours, I finally got Gold for all of the tests. The below are the
    cars I won from the license tests.
      Thanks to John Culbert because it is taken and modified from his GT2
    Compendium.
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    |B License     | Spoon S2000                  |
    |A License     | Dodge Concept Car            |
    |I-C License   | [R]Mitsubishi 3000GT LM      |
    |I-B License   | [R]Honda del Sol LM Edition  |
    |I-A License   | [R]Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition |
    |Super License | [R]Toyota GT-ONE Race Car '99|
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      You only have 10,000 Credits to spend. There are some cars you should
    consider buying before starting. You should buy a Japanese Car that only
    costs around 5,000 Credits, but is at least a B Class Car.
    
      You only need to get the 'B' and 'A' Licenses, but I recommend you get
    all of the licenses, even the Super License because you gain access to
    the Event Generator. If you're really good and get all Gold for the
    License tests, you don't need to buy a car, yet. Just use the Car you
    win. If you get all Gold for the I-C License, you'll get a [R]Mitsubishi
    3000GT LM.
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    Part 4:  The Quick and Easy Way for Credits
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      If you didn't win a [R]Mitsubishi 3000GT LM, then you'll have to do
    this the hard way. These are the basic steps:
    
    - Get Super License (have to get the rest on the way)
    - Buy a low-priced car
    - Race a lot for Credits
    - Tune-up Car
    - Keep racing for more Credits
    - Buy a GT car
    - Tune-up GT car
    - Race in Grand Touring Car Trophy with GT Car
    - Win in each course at least twice
    - Sell extra cars
    - Buy a Ford GT40 for 500,000 Credits
    - Use Ford GT40 and race in Race #3 in Mid-engine Challenge
    - Use the Ford [R]GT40 Race Car you win from that race and keep racing
      in the same race
    - Sell the extra [R]GT40 Race Cars you win (250,000 Credits each)
    - Use this Car and race for money whenever you need it
    - Do whatever you want
    
        If you have a [R]Mitsubishi 3000GT LM, then skip all the way down
      to "- Race in Grand Touring Trophy with GT Car." Also, if you have
      other cars you won from the License Tests, then you can use those to
      win money and you don't have to buy a car. Now I'll walk you through
      each step:
    
    - Get Super License (have to get the rest on the way)
        Get all of the licenses, even the Super License. You'll gain access
      to the Event Generator.
    
    - Buy a low-priced car
        You should buy a Car that costs around 5,000 Credits, a FWD
      (Front Wheel Drive; AKA FF car) is good. A Honda Prelude V-TEC '94 is
      a good choice, but really, any car with around 200 HP in stock form
      that costs around 5,000 Credits is a great car for the start.
    
    - Race a lot for Credits
        Race in the Expert difficulty in the 'Event Generator.' It consists
      of five races, and when you get first place for winning a race, you
      get 10,000 Credits. If you win the race series, the Championship
      Bonus is 50,000 Credits, so that's 100,000 Credits total if you get
      first place in each race. Thanks to UltimateX <ultimatex@yahoo.com>
      for submitting this. Also, since you go against cars that are around
      your car's level, you have a chance of winning and aren't overpowered.
    
    - Tune-up car
        Use the Credits you got to tune-up your Car enough to win the races
      consistently. If you tune-up your car to its max, you can race in
      other races and come back to the 'Event Generator' to get more money.
      It takes about 200,000 Credits to tune up your car to its max
      (excluding the Yaw Control System, Active Stability Control, and
      Traction-Control Stability).
    
    - Keep racing for more Credits
        Just keep racing in the best race possible for a lot of Credits.
      See above.
    
    - Buy a GT car
        Buy a good GT car, such as a [Mitsubishi 3000GT VR-4] or [Nissan
      Skyline R-34 V-SPEC]
    
    - Tune-up GT car
        You should have enough money to tune up the GT Car good enough to
      win the Grand Touring Car Trophy races; if not, just keep racing for
      more money with the first Car you have
    
    - Race in Grand Touring Car Trophy with GT Car
        Use the GT Car you have and race in it and win.
    
    - Win in each race at least twice
        If you win at least twice in each race, you'll have a lot of extra
      cars. More than what you need.
    
    - Sell extra cars
        Sell all of the extra cars you won, so you'll just have one of each
      type. Since they all sell for 250,000 Credits each, you'll have
      750,000 Credits to spare.
    
    - Buy a Ford GT40 for 500,000 Credits
        Since you have a lot of money, go to Ford in South City and buy the
      'Special' Car [GT40]. It only costs 500,000 Credits, don't worry, you
      can get the money quickly and easily.
    
    - Use Ford GT40 and race in Race #3 in Mid-engine Challenge
        Put Racing Slick Hard and Soft tires on this Car before you race. Put
      Hard tires for the Front tires and Soft tires for the rear ones. You'll
      have to get used to this car, but it's pretty good at turning so you
      don't have to brake as often if you used another car. You'll win a
      Ford [R]GT40 Race Car.
    
    - Use the Ford [R]GT40 Race Car you win from that race and keep racing
      in the same race
        Go back Home and get in the Ford [R]GT40 Race Car and go back to
      Race #3 in the Mid-engine Challenge and keep racing and winning in it.
    
    - Sell the extra [R]GT40 Race Cars you win (250,000 Credits each)
        After you win a couple [R]GT40 Race Cars, you can sell it for a lot
      of money. Four of them and you already have 1,000,000 Credits.
    
    - Use this Car and race formoney whenever you need it
        Everytime you need a lot of money, just use the [R]GT40 Race Car and
      race in Race #3 in the Mid-engine Challenge.
    
    - Do whatever you want
        Use the money you have and buy what you need, race in what you need,
      etc. You don't really need to buy many cars because most of the cars
      you win can be used to race in all of the events. Then, once you're
      done with the official races, you can go on to the Car Company races,
      you'll probably have to buy a lot of cars to finish all 90 of them.
      Get Gold on all of the License tests, whatever you want to do.
        To get even more money, race in the third race of the Gran Turismo
      All Stars (Red Rock Valley). It is three laps, but if you win, you
      get 50,000 Credits and win a TVR Speed 12 that sells for 500,000
      Credits. Thanks to Chris Poon for this.
        If you get the [R]Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition, use that for the
      Endurance AND Rally races. It's a great Car that I believe is overall
      the best car. It has above average acceleration, max speed, wonderful
      control, great stability, etc. and the best part is you don't have to
      change the Settings! Well, change the tires though.
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    Part 5:  Races and Cars Won
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      Wolf <mungo@aon.at> E-mailed me his FAQ and said it would help me for
    any future FAQs I make for Gran Turismo 2. He can't write his own FAQs
    because his English isn't good [enough]. So I have decided to do him a
    deed by making this section and the below dedicated to him. They are
    both from a FAQ he could've made, but can't.
    
      Cars won for each license if you get all Gold for its tests:
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    |B License     | Spoon S2000                 |
    |A License     | Dodge Concept Car           |
    |I-C License   | [R]Mitsubishi 3000GT LM     |
    |I-B License   | [R]Honda del Sol LM Edition |
    |I-A License   | [R]Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition|
    |Super License | [R]Toyota GT-ONE '99        |
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      Everything beyond this point in this section I received from Wolf
    <mungo@aon.at>. I have not yet had the chance to check everything, but
    I'm sure most of it's right. If you encounter any errors, E-mail me and
    tell me about it.
    
      Below is a list of the cars you have to buy used in order to beat the
    races a car company sponsors (they aren't available as new cars):
    
    Suzuki Cappuccino (listed as 'Capcino')
    Mazda AZ-1 (I can't even find it!)
    Subaru Alcyone SVX (look through all listed cars with 'SVX' in them)
    
    
    [R]   Racing model
    N/A   You don't aquire a Car when you win the race
    All Races without a # of laps has two laps
    VS.   Versus (Rally Events only)
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    |Gran Turismo League|
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    Japan Nationals
       B - Midfield Raceway - 197HP - N/A
       A - Midfield Raceway - 295HP - N/A
       A - Midfield Raceway - 345HP - N/A
    
    US Nationals
       B - Laguna Seca - 246HP - N/A
       A - Laguna Seca - 295HP - N/A
       A - Laguna Seca - 394HP - N/A
    
    French Nationals
       B - Tahiti Road - 246HP - N/A
       A - Tahiti Road - 295HP - N/A
    
    UK Nationals
       B - Trial Mountain - 197HP - N/A
       A - Trial Mountain - 345HP - N/A
       A - Trial Mountain - 394HP - N/A
    
    Italian Nationals
       B - Rome Short   - 197HP - N/A  
       A - Rome Circuit - 295HP - N/A
    
    German Nationals
       B - Deep Forest - 216HP - N/A
       A - Deep Forest - 295HP - N/A
       A - Deep Forest - 443HP - N/A
    
    Euro League
       IB - Apricot Hill - 591HP - 3 laps - [R]Castrol Supra GT '96
       IB - Grand Valley - 591HP - 3 laps - [R]Zexel Skyline GT '97
       IB - Rome Circuit - 591HP - 3 laps - [R]Kure R33 GT '97
    
    Pacific League
       IB - Midfield Raceway - 542HP - 3 laps - [R]Nissan 300ZX GTS '97
       IB - Seattle Circuit  - 542HP - 3 laps - [R]Mazda RX-7 LM Edition
       IB - Laguna Seca      - 542HP - 3 laps - [R]Drag 180SX
    
    Gran Turismo World League - IA - free (race series)
       Trial Mountain      - 5 laps        Prize Cars:
       Laguna Seca Raceway - 5 laps        [R]Castrol Mugen NSX GT '99
       Apricot Hill        - 5 laps        [R]R390 GT1 LM Race Car '98
       Rome Circuit        - 5 laps        [R]Calsonic GT-R GT '99
       Midfield Raceway    - 5 laps        [R]GT-ONE Race Car '98
    
    Note: When you beat this series, you gain access to all of the courses
          (if you don't have the Super License) and the Simulation ending
          sequence for Disc 1 (Arcade Mode).
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    |Event Generator (Super Licence needed)|
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      The Event Generator is activated when you obtain the Super License.
    When you get the Super License, an arrow icon near the top-right of the
    screen with the Gran Turismo World League globe.
      Apparently, I've beaten the Event Generator races but no silver
    trophy icon appears in the top-left corner of the race, but you do get
    credit for beating it. Well, it seems they didn't spell 'Normal'
    correctly and spelled it as 'Nomal.' And also, in the bottom-left
    corner, you can barely read it, but it says something about
    "Generating events may take up to 30 seconds."
      These races are unique because they choose the right course that
    meets your car's performance (challenges it). Of course difficulty
    is a factor. The cars you go against are just in the same class as
    your car (ex. Class A car).
    
    Easy   - One Race   - N/A
    Normal - One Race   - N/A
    Hard   - One Race   - N/A
    Expert - Five Races - N/A - You don't win any car in the races, but
                                you do win money
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    |Special Events|
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    Sunday Cup
       free - Tahiti Road     - free - N/A 
       free - High Speed Ring - free - N/A
       free - Red Rock Valley - free - N/A
    
    Clubman Cup
       free - Rome Short  - free - N/A
       free - Grindelwald - free - N/A
       B - Rome Circuit   - free - N/A
    
    FF Challenge
       B - Tahiti Road      -  295HP - Mugen Accord SiR-T 
       A - Midfield Raceway -  345HP - Tom's T111 
       IC - Trial Mountain  -  394HP - Mugen Prelude Type-S 
    
    FR Challenge
       A - Clubman Stage R5  - 295HP - Sileighty
       IC - Special Stage R5 - 443HP - Nismo 270R
       IB - Midfield Raceway - 493HP - Mazda RX-7 GT-C '99
    
    Mid-engine Challenge
       IC - Grand Valley East - 345HP - TRD2000GT 
       IB - High Speed Ring   - 493HP - Tom's T020 
       IA - Red Rock Valley   - 591HP - [R]GT40 Race Car
    
    4WD Challenge
       A - Seattle Short    - 345HP - Legacy Wagon GT-B '96
       IC - Seattle Circuit - 394HP - Nismo 400R Preceiding Model 
       IB - Laguna Seca     - 690HP - Mine's R32.5 Skyline GT-R
    
    Lightweight "K" Cup
       free - Rome Short - 147HP - Mugen Beat 
       B - Seattle Short -  98HP - Mazda Demio A-spec '97
       A - Tahiti Road   -  98HP - Mugen CR-X II
    
    Compact Car World Cup
       B - Rome Short    - 246HP - Vitz F '99
       B - Seattle Short - 246HP - Clio 16V 
       B - Autumn Ring   - 295HP - Lupo 1.4
    
    Luxury Sedan Cup
       A - Rome Circuit      - 394HP - Accord Type-R
       IC - Special Stage R5 - 493HP - Chaser TRD Sports X30
       IB - High Speed Ring  - 591HP - GT-R 4Door Tuned by Nismo
    
    Muscle Car Cup
       IA - Seattle Short   - free - PT Spyder
       IA - Seattle Circuit - free - Cobra 427 '67
       IA - Laguna Seca     - free - Phaeton (Dodge)
    
    Convertible Car Cup
       A - Tahiti Road     - 246HP - MX-5 Miata A Spec
       IB - Grindelwald    - 345HP - MR-S Show Version ´97
       IA - Trial Mountain - 591HP - [R]Concept Car LM Edition
    
    Historic Car Cup
       A - Tahiti Road  - 246HP - Mugen CR-X III
       A - Rome Circuit - 295HP - Europa
       IC - Grindelwald - 394HP - XYR '99
    
    Station Wagon Cup
       B - Rome Short        - 394HP - Impreza Wagon STi Ver.V '98
       A - Super Speedway    - 394HP - Mugen Accord Wagon
       IC - Special Stage R5 - 394HP - Stagea 260RS Tuned by Nismo
    
    '80s Sports Car Cup 
       A - Trial Mountain    - 197HP - 3 laps - Mugen Ferio 
       IC - Special Stage R5 - 345HP - 3 laps - Mugen CR-X III
       IB - Deep Forest      - 345HP - 3 laps - Mugen Civic Type-R
       IB - Seattle Circuit  - 394HP - 3 laps - Mugen Integra Type-R
       IB - Tahiti Road      - 394HP - 3 laps - [R]Skyline Silhouette
                                                   Foumula R30
    
    Grand Touring Car Trophy
       IC - Red Rock Valley  - 394HP - 3 laps - [R]Daisin Silvia GT '99
       IB - Grand Valley     - 493HP - 3 laps - [R]Mugen NSX GT 
       IA - Midfield Raceway - 591HP - 3 laps - [R]Unisia GT-R GT '99
    
    Pure Sports Car Cup
       A - Laguna Seca     - 394HP - Angel T01 
       IC - Deep Forest    - 443HP - ZZIII 
       IB - Trial Mountain - 591HP - Tuscan Speed 6
    
    Tuned NA Car No.1 Cup (determined prize car is completely random)
       IA - Autumn Ring - free - 3 laps     Prize Cars:
       IA - Grindelwald - free - 3 laps     Spoon Civic Type-R
       IA - Laguna Seca - free - 3 laps     Spoon Integra Type-R
                                            MX-5 Miata B Spec
                                            MX-5 Miata C Spec
    
    Tuned Turbo Car No.1 Cup (determined prize car is completely random)
       IA - Special Stage R5 - free - 3 laps    Prize Cars:
       IA - Test Course      - free - 3 laps    [R]R33 Drag GT-R
       IA - Deep Forest      - free - 3 laps    Mine's R33 Skyline GT-R
                                                Nismo 400R
    
    Gran Turismo All Stars
       IA - Super Speedway   - free - 5 laps - Mine's Lancer Evolution V
       IA - Special Stage R5 - free - 5 laps - Mine's R34 Skyline GT-R
       IA - Red Rock Valley  - free - 5 laps - Speed 12
       IA - Rome Circuit     - free - 5 laps - [R]ZZII
       IA - Laguna Seca      - free - 5 laps - R390 GT1 Road Car '97 
    
    Super Touring (prize car changes regularly)
       IB - Apricot Hill   - 493HP - 3 laps    Prize Cars:
       IB - Trial Mountain - 493HP - 3 laps    TRD3000GT
       IB - Laguna Seca    - 493HP - 3 laps    Tom's Supra
       IB - Deep Forest    - 493HP - 3 laps    Camaro Z28 30th Anniversary
       IB - Rome Circuit   - 493HP - 3 laps
    
    GT 300 Championship - IB - 591HP (race series)
       Grand Valley East - 5 laps    Prize Cars (must complete all races):
       Laguna Seca       - 5 laps    [R]Momo MR2 GT '99
       Deep Forest       - 5 laps    [R]Weds Celica GT '99
       Midfield          - 5 laps    [R]BP Trueno GT '99
       Apricot Hill      - 5 laps    [R]Zanavi Silvia GT '99
    
    GT 500 Championship - IA - free (race series)
       Laguna Seca     - 5 laps    Prize Cars (must complete all races):
       Super Speedway  - 5 laps    [R]Arta GT-R GT '99
       Rome Circuit    - 5 laps    [R]Cerumo Supra GT '99
       Trial Mountain  - 5 laps    [R]Takata NSX GT '99
       Apricot Hill    - 5 laps    [R]STP Viper GT '99
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    |Rally Events|
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    Green Forest Roadway
       A  - VS. Astra Sri 2.0i 16V - free - N/A
       IC - VS. Escort Rally Car   - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Focus Rally Car    - free - N/A
    
    Smokey Mountain South
       A  - VS. Storia          - free - N/A
       IC - VS. Delta Integrale - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Delta           - free - N/A
    
    Tahiti Maze
       A  - VS. Celica           - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Rally Car        - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Lancer Rally Car - free - N/A
    
    Smokey Mountain North
       A  - VS. Saxo             - free - N/A
       IC - VS. Magane Coupe     - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Imprez Rally Car - free - N/A
    
    Tahiti Dirt R3
       A  - VS. Pulsar            - free - N/A
       IC - VS. Stratos           - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Corolla Rally Car - free - N/A
    
    Pikes Peak Downhill
       A  - VS. 306 S16           - free - N/A
       IC - VS. Sratos            - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Lancer EVO IV GSR - free - N/A
    
    Pikes Peak Hill Climb
       A  - VS. RS200 Rally Car   - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Cultus Pikes Peak - free - N/A
       IB - VS. Escudo Pikes Peak - free - N/A
    
    Smokey Mt. North Reverse
       A  - VS. Pulsar           - free - N/A    
       IC - VS. Celica           - free - N/A   
       IB - VS. Lancer Rally Car - free - N/A
    
    Tahiti Dirt R3 Reverse
       A  - VS. Familla             - free - N/A       
       IC - VS. Impreza Rally Car   - free - N/A  
       IB - VS. Tiagra Ice Race Car - free - N/A
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    |Endurance|
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    IA - Grand Valley 300 KM - 690HP - 60 laps - [R]Impreza Rally Car
                                                 [R]R390 GT1 LM Race Car '97
          
    IB - Apricot Hill 200 KM - 591HP - 50 laps - Lancia Stratos 
                                                 [R]Viper GTS-R
    
    IA - Seattle Circuit 100 Miles - 591HP - 40 laps - [R]GT90 
                                                       [R]Escort Rally Car
            
    IA - Laguna Seca 200 Miles - free  - 90 laps - [R]3000GT LM Edition '99
                                                   [R]Celica Rally Car
    
    IA - Rome Circuit 2 Hours - free  - 99 laps - [R]Corolla Rally Car '97
                                                  [R]Altezza LM Edition
    
    IB - Trial Mountain - 295HP - 30 laps - [R]Denso Supra GT '99
     
    IA - SS Route 5 All-Night - free  - 50 laps - [R]Cerbera LM Edition 
                                                  [R]Lancer Evolution VI
                                                     Rally Car '99
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    Part 6:  Cars I Won and Bought
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      Wolf <mungo@aon.at> E-mailed me his FAQ and said it would help me for
    any future FAQs I make for Gran Turismo 2. He can't write his own FAQs
    because his English isn't good [enough]. So I have decided to do him a
    deed by making this section and the above dedicated to him. They are
    both from a FAQ he could've made, but can't.
    
      Wolf is completely finished with Simulation mode (98.25%) and Arcade
    mode.
    
      I'm completely done with both Arcade and Simulation (98.25%).
    
      In the left column are the car dealers and cars from that company. To
    the right of each car is the year (if available), the drivetrain, and
    horsepower.
    
    Acura
     NSX Type S                          '97  MR  453 HP
    
    Alfa Romeo
     [R]155 Touring Car                  '95  4WD 544 HP
    
    Aston Martin
     [R]DB7 Coupe                             FR  531 HP
    
    BMW
     323 Ci                                   FR  442 HP
    
    Chevrolet
     Corvette 427 Stingray               '69  FR  617 HP
     Camaro Z28 30th Anniversary         '96  FR  285 HP
    
    Citroen
     [R]Xsara Rally Car                       4WD 378 HP
    
    Dodge
     [R]Viper GTS-R Team Oreca                FR  690 HP
     Concept Car                              MR  216 HP
     Phaeton                                  FR  502 HP
     [R]Concept Car LM Edition                MR  526 HP
     [R]STP Viper GT                     '99  FR  645 HP
     [R]Viper GTS-R                           FR  690 HP
    
    Fiat
     [R]500R                             '75  RR  129 HP
    
    Ford
     RS200 Rally Car                     '86  4WD 484 HP
     [R]GT40                             '66  MR  305 HP
     [R]GT40 Race Car                    '69  MR  492 HP
     [R]GT90                                  MR  716 HP
     [R]Escort Rally Car                      4WD 460 HP
    
    Honda
     Spoon S2000                              FR  269 HP
     [R]del Sol LM Edition                    MR  617 HP
     Mugen Accord Sir-T                       FF  190 HP
     Mugen Prelude Type S                     FF  211 HP
     Mugen Beat                               MR  61 HP
     Mugen CR-X pro.2                         FF  155 HP
     Accord Type-R                            FF  207 HP
     Mugen CR-X pro.3                         FF  164 HP
     Mugen Integra Type-R                     FF  194 HP
     [R]Mugen NSX GT                     '98  MR  608 HP
     Spoon Civic Type-R                       FF  212 HP
     Spoon Integra Type-R                     FF  259 HP
     [R]Takata NSX GT                    '99  MR  608 HP
    
    Lancia
     [R]Delta S4                         '85  4WD 387 HP
     [R]Delta HF Integral Evolution           4WD 401 HP
     [R]Stratos                               MR  355 HP
    
    Lister
     [R]Storm                                 FR  709 HP
    
    Lotus
     Elise GT1                                MR  613 HP
     [R]Esprit GT1                            MR  577 HP
     [R]Elan S4 Sprint                   '71  FR  210 HP
     Europa                                   MR  299 HP
    
    Mazda
     [R]RX-7 LM Edition                       FR  551 HP
     RX-7 GT-C                           '99  FR  293 HP
     MX-5 Miata A Spec                        FR  141 HP
     [R]RX-7 GT-Turbo                    '83  FR  433 HP
     MX-5 Miata B Spec                        FR  165 HP
     MX-5 Miata C Spec                        FR  197 HP
    
    Mercedes Benz
     [R]SLK 230 Kompressor                    FR  424 HP
     AMG E55                                  FR  497 HP
    
    Mitsubishi
     [R]Taeivon FTO GT                   '99  FF  378 HP
     [R]3000GT Twinturbo MR              '99  4WD 695 HP
     [R]3000GT VR-4                      '99  4WD 719 HP
     [R]3000GT LM Edition                     4WD 614 HP
     [R]FTO LM Edition                        4WD 549 HP
     Mine's Lancer Evolution V                4WD 413 HP
     [R]Lancer Evolution VI Rally Car    '99  4WD 460 HP
     [R]3000GT LM Edition                '99  4WD 689 HP
    
    Nissan
     R390 GT1 Road Car                   '98  MR  837 HP
     R390 GT1 Road Car                   '97  MR  833 HP
     [R]R390 GT1                         '98  MR  663 HP
     [R]Zexel Skyline GT                 '97  4WD 670 HP
     [R]Kure R33 GT                      '97  4WD 670 HP
     [R]300ZX GT                         '97  FR  672 HP
     [R]Drag 180SX                            FR  1011 HP
     Sileighty                                FR  201 HP
     Nismo 270R                               FR  264 HP
     Nismo 400R Preceiding Model              4WD 393 HP
     Mine's Skyline GT-R                      4WD 618 HP
     GT-R Tuned by Nismo                      4WD 293 HP
     Stagea 260 RS tuned by Nismo             4WD 343 HP
     [R]Skyline R30 Silhouette Formula        FR  555 HP
     [R]Daisin Silvia GT                 '99  FR  413 HP
     [R]Unisia Jecs Skyline              '99  4WD 702 HP
     Mine's R33 Skyline GT-R                  4WD 618 HP
     [R]HKS R33 Drag GT-R                     4WD 1011 HP
     Nismo 400R                               4WD 393 HP
     Mine's R34 Skyline GT-R                  4WD 618 HP
     [R]Arta GT-R GT                     '99  4WD 702 HP
     [R]Zanavi Silvia GT                 '99  FR  413 HP
     [R]R390 GT1 LM Race Car             '97  MR  633 HP
    
    Opel
     [R]Calibra Touring Car                   4WD 555 HP
    
    Peugeot
     [R]206 Rally Car                         4WD 460 HP
    
    Plymouth
     Muscle Car                          '71  FR  588 HP
     PT Spyder                                MR  221 HP
    
    Renault
     [R]Espace F1                             MR  818 HP
     [R]Clio Sport V6 24V                     MR  493 HP
    
    RUF
     Turbo-R                                  4WD 656 HP
    
    Shelby
     Cobra 427                           '67  FR  617 HP
    
    Subaru
     [R]Legacy Touring Wagon GT-B        '96  4WD 454 HP
     [R]Impreza Rally Car                     4WD 404 HP
     [R]Alcyone SVX Lsi                       4WD 383 HP
    
    Suzuki
     [R]Escudo Pikes Peak Version             4WD 981 HP
    
    Tommy Kaira
     ZZIII                                    MR  184 HP
     [R]ZZII                                  MR  588 HP
    
    Toyota
     GT-ONE Road Car                     '98  MR  593 HP
     [R]Celica GT-Four                   '95  4WD 471 HP
     [R]Levin GT-Apex                    '85  FR  260 HP
     [R]GT-ONE Race Car                  '99  MR  672 HP
     [R]Castrol Supra GT                 '96  FR  685 HP
     [R]GT-ONE Race Car                  '98  MR  672 HP
     Tom's Angel T01                          MR  155 HP
     Tom's T111                               FF  172 HP
     TRD 2000GT                               MR  266 HP
     TRD 3000GT                               FR  318 HP
     Tom's TO20                               MR  230 HP
     Chaser TRD Sports X30                    FR  321 HP
     MR-S Show Version                   '97  MR  135 HP
     Celica Concept Car XYR              '99  FF  182 HP
     [R]Tom's Castrol Supra              '99  FR  670 HP
     Tom's Supra                              FR  309 HP
     [R]Momo MR2 GT                      '99  MR  374 HP
     [R]Weds Celica GT                   '99  FF  394 HP
     [R]Denso Sard Supra                 '99  FR  686 HP
     [R]Corolla Rally Car                '97  4WD 397 HP
     [R]Celica Rally Car                 '97  4WD 569 HP
     [R]Altezza LM Edition                    FR  590 HP
     [R]Cdma ONE Cerumo Supra GT         '99  FR  686 HP
     [R]BP Apex Kraft Trueno GT          '99  FR  358 HP
    
    TVR
     [R]Tuscan Speed Six                      FR  551 HP
     Speed 12                                 FR  807 HP
     [R]Cerbera LM Edition                    FR  624 HP
    
    Vector
     W8                                       MR  714 HP
    
    Venturi
     [R]Atlantique 600 LM Edition        '95  MR  705 HP
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    Part 7:  Contributors' Quick Cash Strategies
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    Sent in by <tyyap@asu.edu>:
    
    1. Get the Super License
    2. Win the Spoon S2000 by getting all Gold in B license.
    3. Race in the Event Generator, Expert
    4. Use the money you win to buy Racing Slick tires (Hard, Soft)
    5. Compete in the Open class (conv.) 3rd race. Win Dodge concept LM
    6. Take the Dodge Concept LM and race in the Mid-engine challenge, third
       race (Red Rock Valley) for a [R]GT40 Race Car
    7. Sell the [R]GT40 Race Car you have for money anytime you need it
    8. Repeat as necessary
    
    or
    
    6. Take the Dodge Concept LM and race in the Gran Turismo All Stars
       third race (Red Rock Valley); can also use [R]GT40 Race Car if you
       get it. When you win, you get the TVR Speed 12 which sells for
       500,000 Credits, plus you get 50,000 for winning.
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    Sent in by <njcpldnl@dandy.net>:
    
      I take my Honda CRX Si, it's tuned up all the way, minus the Racing
    modification, I take it to the Special Events, enter the 80's car race,
    go to the 5th race on Tahiti Road and race.
      The other cars always leave me on the starting line, but by the first
    turn, I've passed them all, after that it's 3 short laps, and then first
    place. The race only nets you 10,000 for first place, but you win a car,
    a Skyline Silhouette Foumula R30, worth 125,000 when you sell it. Race 5
    times, and you get 550,000 credits if you sell all of them.
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    Sent in by Erico <erico@telkom.net>:
    
    1. Get all gold for your B license (it's not too difficult) to get a
       Spoon S2000 for free and get the rest up to I-A License.
    
    2. After you have the Spoon S2000, spend your first 10,000 to modify the
       car a little bit and race in Special Events (I raced in Sunday Cup,
       Clubman Cup, FR Challenge, and Luxury Sedan Cup) to get more money to
       modify the car to the max. These are the modification parts that you
       will need:
       - Racing Muffler & Air Cleaner
       - Sports Brakes and Brake Balance Controller
       - Computer, Engine Balancing, Port & Polish
         (Forget about NA Tune-Up, because after you buy all things, getting
          NA Tune-Up won't increase your car's HP anymore)
       - Full-Racing Transmission, Triple Plate Clutch, Racing Flywheel
       - For Professional (Full Customization) Suspension
       - Racing Supersoft Slick Tires
       - All the three stages of Weight Reduction
    
    3. After having all of the parts above, now it's the time to make money.
       Go to the Grand Touring Car Trophy and choose the first track (Red
       Rock Valley). Don't forget to complete your license up to I-A, you
       will need it later anyway. IMPORTANT - Before racing in Red Rock
       Valley, enter Settings menu and press L1 for Parts Setting. Go down
       twice until you find Gear Ratios, then make the Auto Setup value
       around 20.
    
    4. After you win the [R]Daisin Silvia GT '99, get into this car and race
       in the third track (Midfield Raceway). Don't forget to change your
       tire to Super Soft, and the Auto Setup value in gear setting for
       around 20. It's the time for your Spoon S2000 to rest (in peace?).
       Using the [R]Daisin Silvia, it's quite easy to win the [R]Unisia GT-R
       GT '99.
    
    5. Get into your new car ([R]Unisia GT-R GT '99) and now go to the Gran
       Turismo All Stars and enter the third track (Red Rock Valley). Don't
       forget also to change the settings like in part 3. If you win, you
       will get the Speed 12 which could be sold for 500,000 Credits. Repeat
       as many times as you want.
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    Part 8:  Frequently Asked Questions
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    Q = Question
    C = Comment
    A = Answer
    
    1. Q: Is there Drag Racing somewhere in this game?
    
       A: Sadly, my friends, there isn't. The following is taken from a
          reply I received from JCulbert:
    
          "Sony officially made a statement saying it was incomplete due to
          time constraints (imagine that)..." and that's why there is no
          Drag Racing in this game.
    
    2. Q: Does it still count if you use a Car from Simulation in Arcade to
          beat the races and unlock the secrets?
    
       A: Yes, it does. You don't have to use the cars available, just use
          your cars in Simulation. It's an easy way to win.
    
    3. Q: Do you have to change your tires to Dirt tires before you enter a
          Rally race?
    
       A: No, you don't. All you need is to have the Dirt tires bought for
          the Car and enter the race. It automatically puts the Dirt tires
          on for you, but when you go to a non-Rally race, your car will
          have Normal tires on, so be sure to change it before you race.
    
    4. Q: Where can I find (Car name)?
    
       A: I'm sorry, this is just a Quick Cash Guide, not a Car list. I can
          help you out as much as I can through E-mail, though. But I don't
          have all cars, yet. Although, I believe there are a LOT of cars
          that aren't in the game. But, since it takes nearly a year for a
          car in Japan to come out in the U.S., the name is changed by
          either a number series or year.
            For example, a Nismo 400R in U.S. might be a Nismo 390R in Japan
          and a '95 model in Japan might be a '96 model in the U.S.
            Actually, now that a list of the cars you can win are up, you
          don't have to ask me. All cars you can't win can be bought, either
          used or new.
    
    5. Q: What cars do you need to complete Simulation?
    
       A: Check out the section above this one, Section #6: Cars I Won and
          Bought. It doesn't have all the cars, though, since only 100 cars
          can be in your garage. So get around 90, sell your excess cars,
          and by one car at a time just to beat the races a car company
          sponsors. Then sell that car when you're done.
    
    6. Q: Why can't I get a Gold Cup for the races?
    
       A: A Silver Cup denotes you won the race. You can't get Gold or
          Bronze. It was the same in GT.
    
    7. Q: Why doesn't it save my record times?
    
       A: It won't save it on Simulation. The records are for Time Trial in
          Arcade Mode. If you play Time Trial in Arcade Mode and save the
          game, it'll be in Simulation for the course you played Time Trial
          in, but it has to be the same amount of laps for total race time,
          but for Fastest Lap, it doesn't matter.
    
    8. Q: What does that green/yellow symbol in the Game Status screen
          represent in the lower-right corner?
    
       A: If you do Data Transfer (Convert) from Gran Turismo data to Gran
          Turismo 2 and haven't done the License tests for B and A yet, then
          the tests of those licenses will have the symbol. But you have to
          pass the B and A license tests in Gran Turismo. It means you
          converted data.
    
    9. Q: Why didn't I get a car when I Converted data?
    
       A: Look above. I never said you get a car when you 'Convert' data. That
          green/yellow symbol doesn't mean 'Gold.' You didn't win a car simply
          because you Converted data. The symbol has to be 'Gold' in order for
          it to be 'Gold.' You still have to take the tests and get 'Gold' to
          win a car.
    
    10. Q: How do you win the other cars in a race that has more than one
           car to win?
    
        A: The car you win is completely random. There is some probability
           involved, but it never increases until you do certain things. To
           do that, you can get a certain completion status percentage and/or
           beat another race then try the race you were going after first
           again. Another thing is using one of the other car(s) you won in
           that race. One more, use another car from another company in the
           same city. Remember, it's random.
             Also, if you can, try to do another race before trying to get
           the car you didn't get. I got the [R]Impreza Rally Car in the
           Grand Valley endurance race by beating two city races (car
           company-sponsored races), then using the [R]R390 GT1 LM Race
           Car '97. Then I got the [R]GT90 in the Seattle Circuit endurance
           race by doing the same and using the [R]Dodge Concept Car LM
           Edition. Then to get the Lancia Stratos in the Apricot Hill
           endurance race, I just went directly to it using the [R]FTO LM
           Edition. For the [R]GT-ONE Race Car '98 in the Gran Turismo World
           League, I used the [R]Calsonic GT-R GT '99 to win.
    
    11. Q: How do you sell your cars?
    
        A: Go to the Garage, select the car, and there is an icon that says
           'Sell' next to 'Get in.' Select 'Sell' and you'll get a choice
           to sell the car or not.
    
    12. Q: Is there a silver trophy when you beat an Event Generator race?
    
        A: Apparently, the silver trophy symbol hasn't appeared when I beat
           the Event Generator races.
    
    13. Q: Is there any way to sort your cars in your Garage?
    
        A: Thanks to Dave <tsu-na-mi@home.com> for submitting this. Yes,
           there is. It isn't very easy, but highlight a car and push
           [Start]. That highlighted car will go all the way to the top of
           the whole car list. It takes planning since you have to build
           the list from bottom-up instead of top-down. Also, if you push
           'Left,' you'll move up one page and if you push 'Right,' you'll
           move down one page.
    
    14. Q: Where's Chrysler?
    
        A: Thanks to Chris F. for this stuff. Chrylser is represented in GT2
           as Dodge and Plymoth. And since the merger of Mercedes-Benz and
           Chrysler, it is now Daimler Chrysler, so if you want to get
           technical, Mercedes-Benz is part of the same company. The companies
           owned by Daimler Chrysler (Plymouth, Dodge, etc. and Mercedes-Benz)
           still use the same names just for familiarity among the public. The
           merger with Plymouth will end in one to three years.
    
    15. Q: Does Time Trial Mode (Arcade Mode) affect your game in Simulation
           in anyway such as %?
    
        A: No, it doesn't. It just gives you bragging rights to your
           friends. Nothing special.
    
    16. Q: When you beat every track on Hard for Arcade Mode, you're done,
           right?
    
        A: Uh huh. If there is a [R] symbol to the left of the course name,
           you've unlocked the reverse of that course. And if there is a
           yellow highlighted car icon to the right of the course name,
           then you've unlocked a car.
    
    17. Q: What do you unlock when you completely beat Arcade Mode?
    
        A: Thanks to Wolf for this as well:
    
    Class S
     Aston Martin V8 Vantage        FR  550 HP
     Dodge Viper GTS                FR  449 HP
     Jaguar XKR Coupe               FR  369 HP
     Lister Storm                   FR  593 HP
     Renault Clio Sport V6 24V      MR  249 HP
     Ruf CTR 2                      4WD 571 HP
     Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe     FR  389 HP
     TVR Tuscan Speed Six           FR  359 HP
     Vector M12                     MR  490 HP
     Venturi Atlantique 400 GT      MR  408 HP
    
    Rally Cars
     Corolla Rally Car                           4WD 294 HP
     Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution V Rally Car     4WD 285 HP
     Subaru Impreza 99 Rally Car                 4WD 295 HP
     Ford Focus Rally Car                        4WD 299 HP
     Peugeot 206 Rally Car                       4WD 294 HP
     Toyota Celica GT Four Rally Car             4WD 261 HP
     Nissan Pulsar Gti-R Rally Car               4WD 231 HP
     Mazda Protege Rally Car                     4WD 241 HP
     Subaru Impreza Rally Car                    4WD 281 HP
     Citroen Saxo Rally Car                      FF  197 HP
     Lancia Delta HF Integrale Rally Car         4WD 266 HP
     Opel Tigra Ice Race Car                     4WD 418 HP
     Renault Megane Rally Car                    FF  221 HP
     Toyota Celica GT-Four Rally Car             4WD 251 HP
     Toyota Celica GT-Four Rally Car             4WD 295 HP
     Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution III Rally Car   4WD 256 HP
     Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution IV Rally Car    4WD 276 HP
     Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VI Rally Car    4WD 293 HP
     Daihatsu Storia X4 Rally Car                4WD 152 HP
     Ford Escort Rally Car                       4WD 299 HP
     Lancia Stratos Rally Car                    MR  236 HP
     Peugeot 306 Rally Car                       FF  221 HP
     Mini Cooper 1275 S MK1                      FF   73 HP
     VW Golf Rally Car                           FF  221 HP
    
    17. Q: How do you change the speedometer to KPH from MPH?
    
        A: You can't in the U.S. version simply because that's what the U.S.
           uses, they don't use the metric system so those are the
           regulations. But in Canada, it's the same thing, although the
           metric system is used. 'Sup with that? Of course, it's because the
           the U.S. version is also the one in Canada.
    
    18. Q: Where do you put the GameShark codes in?
    
        A: If you ask me a question like that, then you probably don't even
           have a GameShark. I won't answer it, I don't have a GameShark.
           I'll tell you a little something about it:
    
           I don't own a GameShark nor am I a GameShark technician. GameShark
           is a non-Sony endorsed third party product designed to cheat with
           games. If you don't have the peripheral, then, of course, you can't
           put GameShark codes in. There are variations of GameShark as well
           as a Pro Action Replay. The GameShark comes with instructions if
           you buy it legally somewhere, right?
    
    19. Q: Can you race against computer-controlled cars in Rally races?
    
        A: Sadly, you can't. That really sucks, no action when racing against
           a ghost car, and it's programmed and it's path never changes. It
           should change in GT2000.
    
    20. Q: Is 98.25% the max completion for Simulation?
    
        A: Yes, it is. Drag Racing was taken out of the game and that would
           have filled in the last 1.75%. They probably really took it out
           because they don't have many new things to put in GT2000. Now
           wouldn't it be interesting if they also had motorcycle racing
           in GT2000? I mean, sure, it's not really Grand Touring, but it
           could be something to consider.
    
    21. C: I gave this game a bad review because there is no point system,
           I can't hear the music, the driving is too realistic, and it's
           hard to get a lot of money.
    
        A: Point system? Oh, you must be talking about a series of races
           together and the winner is determined by how many points you get.
           You probably reviewed this game by only playing a few hours, like
           magazine reviewers, who jump to conclusions. There is this
           'point system' you talk about. Check out the races that say
           "(race series)" in the 'Races and Cars Won' section.
             And as for you not being able to hear the music, perhaps you
           should go to the 'Options' in the main menu and turn down the
           'Sound.'
             The driving too realistic? Hilarious. You haven't seen anything
           yet. Maybe you should buy 'Simulation' tires and you'll see how
           hard driving really is. Plus, it is, after all, a racing
           simulation.
             Is it truly hard to get money? You haven't read my Quick Cash
           Guide, have you?
    
    22. C: Ridge Racer Type 4 is a much better racing game than Gran
           Turismo. The graphics are much better.
    
        A: Do you really think so? Maybe you are right. But it isn't a
           "Gran Turismo killer." I played R4 at a friend's house and the
           driving is really unrealistic: it's difficult to spin out and
           the turning is like Speed Racer. The graphics...better than GT?
           No. Better than GT2 (not car-wise)? Probably.
             Actually, if you checked it out, GT and R4 have sprites, it's
           just they use more dots per centimeter or so, so it doesn't
           look like a sprite.
    
    23. Q: Can you give me some GameShark codes for the Endurance races?
    
        A: Yes, I will. I know you can beat computer by at least three laps
           when you finish the race, so why not make it easier to just use
           a code and beat them much more quickly? Thanks to Wolf
           <mungo@aon.at> for all of this stuff as well. Here it is:
    
          D00A99AC 0000
          800A99AC 00??
    
          ??
          05 = End of 5th Lap
          1E = End of 30th Lap
          27 = Start on 40th Lap
          31 = Start on 50th Lap
          3C = End of 60th Lap
          59 = Start on 90th Lap
          62 = Start on 99th Lap
    
          Where the "??" is in the second line of the code, you input one
          of the things under the second "??" and to the right of them it
          explains what the code does.
    
      Have any questions or if you can help me answer any questions that
    need confirmation, then E-mail them to lbdangc@aol.com
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    Part 9:  Miscellaneous Stuff
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      There's a lot more stuff to this game and this was the only place I
    could put it in.
      People have said to change the Settings of your car so you can reduce
    the horsepower to race in certain races, go to a race that has no
    restriction on how much HP you can have. I find that useless, since you
    have to go through a lot of unnecessary stuff.
      You can just go to a Machine Test and change the Settings. It's much
    more convenient and faster, no searching for a race with no
    restriction.
    
      Thanks to Wonderpill for this: if you convert your data from GT to
    GT2, almost everything becomes more exspensive. The most obvious one
    is the price of the rims at the Wheel Shop. Instead of 2000 Credits, it
    becomes 5000 Credits!
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             9.1: Drivetrains
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      FFs naturally have understeer since the engine is in the front and
    the front tires are used to turn and accelerate, while the rear tires
    just follow. Many cars today are FFs, since they have a lot of
    advantages, but they also have disadvantages.
      It is difficult to spin out, but then it's also difficult to turn.
    Acceleration is reduced because the front tires are used to accelerate
    and turn.
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      FRs naturally have oversteer because the rear tires are used to
    accelerate and the front are used to turn (no extra friction to the
    accelerating tires). Since it has oversteer, you have to be careful
    while cornering. Oversteer sometimes leads to spin outs.
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    |MR:|
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      MRs tend to naturally have some oversteer, but it is somewhat
    difficult to spin out because the engine is around the middle of the
    car. Weight transfer is tolerable and not very strong, but MRs do
    fishtail quite often when going at high speeds and cornering.
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    |RR:|
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      The exact opposite of FF, engine and drive-wise. RRs naturally have
    some understeer since the engine is in the back and the rear tires are
    used accelerate. There is a lot of weight on the accelerating tires, so
    it is able to grip to the road more and thus, much better acceleration.
      The problem with RRs is they can have sudden oversteer while
    cornering. There is an advantage to this, though. If you're turning
    into an extreme corner, you might not be able to make it with the
    understeer, but then the car has sudden oversteer, so you then are
    able to handle the corner. Although you should take note you need to
    anticipate this and countersteer so you don't spin out.
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      4WD cars use all of the tires to accelerate and the front tires to
    turn, so acceleration is insanely fast. Cornering is very good, but
    there's understeer, especially at high speeds, because the front tires
    accelerate and turn. 4WDs have a lot of advantages as well as a few
    disadvantages.
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             9.2: Turning
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      These are just basic turning techniques with the following
    drivetrains, it may differ for certain corners. For all tight turns,
    you have to brake before you take the turn. I'll just explain what to
    do while you are turning, not before it, which is brake. Look for
    "markers" so you know where to start braking. Also, countersteer
    while you are fishtailing, but sometimes you need to fishtail to make
    the turn. Only countersteer when you can make the turn without
    fishtailing.
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      You should put Soft tires for the front, and Hard tires for the
    back. This reduces understeer greatly, so it is easier to turn.
      While turning and you know you can't make it without going off the
    road, full throttle on the acceleration, release it, then
    continuously tap the brakes. Because of the front weight transfer, more
    weight is pushed upon the front tires, thus making the car turn more.
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      You should put Hard tires for the front and Soft tires for the back.
    This reduces oversteer greatly, so it is harder to spin out.
      When you turn and you can't finish the turn without going off the
    road, hold the brakes for about a second, release, then continuously
    tap acceleration. When you tap acceleration, there is rear weight
    transfer and front weight transfer because you release acceleration.
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      You should put Hard tires for the front and Soft tires for the back.
    This reduces oversteer greatly, so it is harder to spin out and
    fishtail.
        When you turn and you can't finish the turn without going off the
    road, hold the brakes for about a second, release, then continuously
    tap acceleration. When you tap acceleration, there is rear weight
    transfer and front weight transfer because you release acceleration.
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      You can do any method of turning you wish, it seems to work well
    with these type of cars. Just be careful of sudden oversteer if there
    seems to be understeer, so you'll just have to put tires on to reduce
    understeer to get rid of this problem, but then oversteer might be too
    great normally. These cars are great, they just need time to master.
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      You should put Soft tires for the front and back. This gives the car
    more grip to the road and makes it easier to turn.
      You can use the FF turning method, or the FR turning method. They
    both work, but I recommend the FR turning method because the rear
    wheels are also used to accelerate.
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             9.3: Modification Parts
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      This is taken directly from the reference manual which is exactly how
    it is in the game. So you can also say it is taken directly from the
    game itself.
      Either way, all of this is copyright (c) 1999 Sony Computer
    Entertainment, Inc.
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    Muffler:
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    Sports:
      Combines a less-restrictive replacement sports-model air cleaner with
    a low back-pressure sports muffler to improve intake and exhaust flow.
    Ideal as a first-time turbo upgrade. Improves high-rpm torque in non-
    supercharged engines.
    
    Semi-Racing:
      A competition-grade air cleaner with urethane sponge filter is
    combined with a low-back pressure muffler designed to enhance engine
    performance at high rpm. Ideal for large-displacement turbo engines.
    When using with a non-supercharged engine, proper tuning beforehand is
    a must.
    
    Racing:
      Delivering even better intake efficiency than the semi-racing model,
    this racing air cleaner with a velocity stack is combined with a high-
    efficiency straight muffler designed for racing cars that normally
    operate in the high-rpm range. Suitable for tunings that maximize peak
    power. Reduces low-rpm torque and so requires proper consideration of
    engine characteristics, gear ratio, and other factors.
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    Brakes:
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    Sports Brakes:
      Contains carbon metallic brake pads for dependable stopping power,
    even during long-distance driving. With far more initial stopping
    power and fade resistance than ordinary brakes, these brakes are also
    suitable for endurance races. Brake fluid (DOT 5) is also changed.
    
    Brake Balance Controller:
      Controls the anti-lock braking system to maintain the desired
    balance in braking power between the front and rear brakes. Strengthen
    the front to increase understeer for extra stability, or strengthen the
    rear to increase oversteer for better maneuverability. Remember that a
    too-strong rear brake balance increases the likelihood of spinout.
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    Engine:
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    Performance Chip:
      The most basic upgrade. Altering the Engine Management Program
    settings allows you to boost power by adjusting engine ignition timing,
    the air/fuel ratio, and other variables. For turbocharged vehicles, the
    air filter and muffler are also replaced, for a beginner's-level
    upgrade.
    
    Full-Engine Balancing:
      An extensive upgrade that includes piston and connecting rod weight
    balancing, and a precision-balanced crankshaft. Reduces vibration and
    bearing loads, and allows higher engine speeds. The rev limiter is
    reset to take advantage of this.
    
    Port and Polish:
      Polishes the interior of the intake ports, reducing air-flow
    resistance boosts engine power by what may seem a low degree, but is
    essential for normally aspirated and supercharged engines alike.
    
    NA Tune-up:
    - STAGE 1
        Boosts the power of non-supercharged engines by adjusting the
      ignition and valve timing and by installing thinner head gaskets for
      a higher compression ratio. The exhaust manifold is also replaced.
      Peak power is enhanced without affecting low-rpm torque.
    
    - STAGE 2
        Picks up where Stage 1 leaves off. Not only raises the compression
      ratio even further with high-compression pistons and head polishing,
      but also boots high-rpm output by replacing the cams, mounting
      reinforced valve springs, and Port and Polish. Although low-speed
      torque is diminished somewhat, the emphasis here is on boosting
      high-rpm power. The Engine Management Computer is also reset
      according to your vehicle specs.
    
    - STAGE 3
        Following up on Stage 2 enhancements, this upgrade completely
      overhauls the engine to enhance high-rpm performance. Higher-
      compression pistons, special high-lift racing cams with a large
      amount of valve overlap, heavy-duty competition valve sprins and
      connection rods, and engine block strengthening are all part of the
      package. The power band is shifted to the medium to high range to
      boost maximum horsepower.
    
    Displacement Increase:
      There's no replacement for displacement. This upgrade raises
    cylinder displacement by increasing engine bore and stroke. Greater
    displacement generally boosts the engine's torque in all rpm ranges.
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    Transmissions:
    - Sports Transmission
        Replaces a normal transmission assembly with a transmission with
      closer gear ratios in all five gears. Prevents revs from dropping
      below the powerband when upshifting, and allows smoother downshifts.
      Ensures useful power ina  variety of turns. Recommended for non-
      supercharged engines.
    
    - Semi-racing Transmission
        These gear ratios are even closer than those of the Spors Close-
      Ratio Transmission. This gearbox is ideal for highly-tuned cars with
      a narrow powerband. Note that upshifting and downshifting will
      become more frequent. Because of time loss during shifting, this
      transmission may be counterproductive in cars with high-torque,
      wide-powerband engines.
    
    - Full-racing Transmission
        For races that permit the replacement of all gears, including the
      final drive gear. This upgrade also makes it possible to fine-tune
      the gear ratios according to vehicle specs and circuit features.
    
    Clutch:
    - Heavy-Duty Single Plate Clutch
        Changes the clutch feeling during upshifting, so that upshifting
      feels more direct than with a normal clutch.
    
    - Twin Plate Clutch
        This racing clutch kit features dual clutch places, ideal for
      high-torque, high-power vehicles. Reduces clutch slippage during
      upshifting, improving acceleration.
    
    - Triple Plate Clutch
        Featuring three clutch places, this clutch kit boosts torque
      transmission and enhances the directness of the power. Ideal for
      highly-tuned cars.
    
    Limited-Slip Differential (For Professionals):
    - 2-Way Limited-Slip
        A limited-slip differential that delivers the limited slip effect
      during both acceleration adn deceleration. Stabilizes the vehicle
      attitude during braking, thereby permitting even harder braking.
      Delivers powerful traction during acceleration, but clearly makes
      turning more difficult and so is suited to drivers who are skilled
      at turning.
    
    - 1.5-Way Limited-Slip
        Reduces the limited-slip effect during deceleration while
      maintaining the full limited-slip effect during acceleration. This
      ensures powerful traction, and during braking, prevents excessive
      reduction in the force o fthe car attempting to turn. Free of
      quirkiness, this is a good all-around limited-slip unit.
    
    - 1-Way Limited-Slip
        Tis limited-slip activates the limited-slip effect only during
      acceleration, and so is suitable for front wheel drive vehicles,
      which are difficult to turn under any conditions. The absence of
      the limited-slip effect during braking makes it possible to
      maximize turning power. However, the tendency of the vehicle to
      lose stability during braking should be noted. The shortcoming of
      this type of limited-slip is that vehicle characteristics during
      acceleration change greatly when the accelerator is released to
      decelerate.
    
    - Full Customization
        This special rcing modification allows independent adjustment
      of the limited-slip effect during acceleration and deceleration.
      Although capable of greatly changing a car's performance, this
      modification requires careful adjustment as improper adjustment
      can destroy the car's balance.
    
    Flywheel:
    - Sports
        A lightweight flywheel made with chrome molybdenum steel. Lets
      the engine rev mroe quickly. Improves acceleration slightly, but
      with narrow-powerband engines, revs may drop below the powerband
      unless a close-ratio transmission is also used.
    
    - Semi-Racing
        Even lighter than the sports type, this flywheel is especially
      designed for racing. Makes for a quick-revving engine. Improves
      acceleration slightly, but with narrow-powerband engines, revs may
      drop below the powerband even more easily unless a close-ratio
      transmission is also used.
    
    - Racing
        A super-lightweight flywheel exclusively for racing. Makes for a
      quick-revving engine that also drops revs quickly. Improves
      acceleration and deceleration, but with narrow-powerband engines,
      revs may drop below the powerband unless a close-ratio transmission
      is also used and the driver can master the proper shifting technique.
    
    Driveshaft:
    - Carbon Driveshaft
        A lightweight driveshaft made with a carbon composite. Situated
      between the engine and the differential gear in front-engined, rear
      wheel drive or all wheel drive cars, the driveshaft is just as
      important as the flywheel for acceleration performance.
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    Turbo Kit:
    - STAGE 1
        A turbo kit that uses a compact turbocharger to generate high-rpm
      torque without sacrificing torque in the low to medium rance. Minimal
      turbo lag and high response combine to create an excellent balance
      suitable for all types of circuits. metal gaskets, oil coolor, a
      reinforced oil pump, and other high-durability parts are also
      installed.
    
    - STAGE 2
        A turbo kit that stresses high-rpm peak power and low to mid-range
      balance. Torque in the low range is somewhat low compared to Turbo Kit
      1, but mid to high range power is boosted considerably. In addition to
      metal gaskets, oil cooler, a reinforced oil pump, and other high-
      durability parts, a fuel pump, injector, computer, and other turbo
      components are also installed.
    
    - STAGE 3
        A turbo kit that focuses on quarter-mile acceleration. The powerband
      shifts further into the high-rpm range than with Turbo it 2. For greater
      effectiveness, this turbo kit should be combined with a close-ratio
      transmission and other parts. The cam is also replaced with one designed
      for turbo characteristics. In addition to metal gaskets, oil cooler, a
      reinforced oil pump, and other high-durability parts, a fuel pump,
      injector, computer, and other turbo components are also installed.
    
    - STAGE 4
        An oversized, high-rpm, high-output turbo kit designed purely with
      maximum horsepower in mind. Suitable for maximum-speed contests, for
      instance. The cam is also replaced with one designed for turbo
      characteristics. Ina ddition to metal gaskets, oil cooler, a reinforced
      oil pump, and other high-durability parts, a special fuel pump, injector,
      computer, and other turbo components are also installed.
    
    Intercooler:
    - Sports
        This air-cooled intercooler cools the hot intake air after it is
      pressurized by the turbocharger. By lowering the intake air temperature,
      air density is increased, allowing for more fuel to be used and boosting
      power. An essential part for a high-performance turbo engine.
    
    - Racing
        Boosts the power of a supercharged engine by lowering the intake air
      temperature. The larger capacity increases the temperature-reducing
      capabilities but slightly lowers engine response. This high-capacity
      intercooler is a suitable upgrade for engines with a high maximum
      supercharging pressure.
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    Suspension Kits:
    - Sports
        An all-purpose, beginner-friendly suspension kit that covers all
      types of driving, from street to circuit. Both front and rear shock
      absorbers are adjustable to one of 10 damping force levels. Camber
      angle is also adjustable. Clearnace is lowered approximately 1 inch in
      the front and back. Two-way low-pressure gas shock absorbers
      (adjustable to 10 levels).
    
    - Semi-Racing
        A ride height-altering suspension kit for intermediate drivers.
      Spring rate and the shock absorber damping force are harder than with
      normal sports suspension. Front and rear ride height is adjustable in
      1-millimeter increments. Damping force is adjustable to one of 10
      levels, and camber angle is also adjustable. Single high-pressure gas
      shock absorvers.
    
    - Full Customization (For Professionals)
        Enables tuning of all suspension parts. Adjusts shock absorbers,
      replaces springs with ones with different spring rates, and replaces
      the stabilizar (anti-roll bar), which controls the vehicle's lateral
      roll stiffness. Wheel camber can be changed, and toe-in is also
      adjustable. Shock absorber compression (bound) and extension (rebound)
      are independently adjustable to one of 10 levels.
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    Sports Tires:
      Sports tires are for paved-road driving and have a greater grip than
    normal tires. Mounting high-performance tires enhances a car's
    cornering, acceleration, and braking performance and is the most
    effective upgrade. Purchasing tiresentitles you to subsequent tire
    services for as long as you own those tires. Front and rear tires must
    be purchased together.
    
    Racing Slick Tires:
    - Racing Hard
        A set of front and rear slick tires for racing on paved surfaces.
      These tires have low grip but are made with a durable compund that
      ensures consisten grip over the long term. Because these tires warm up
      slowly, use proper caution during the first 2 laps on a racing course.
    
    - Racing Medium
        A set of front and rear slick tires for racing on paved surfaces and
      made of a special compund that provides a proper balance between grip
      and durability. Tires heat to the appropriate temperature after 1 lap
      to ensure high grip. Thee tires are not as durable as hard tires but
      last longer.
    
    - Racing Soft
        A set of front and rear slick tires for racing on paved surfaces and
      made of a special compund that provides excellent grip, although at
      the expense of some durability. Ideal for time trials, for instance.
      After only one-half lap, these tires heat sufficiently to provide
      excellent grip. Limited durability requires mroe-frequent tire
      replacement.
    
    - Racing Super Soft
        A set of front and rear slick tires for racing on paved surfaces.
      These tires, which cast durability to the win to provide maximum grip,
      requre only several turns to warm up to the point of maximum grip.
      Caution is required as loss of grip due to wear can occur suddenly.
    
    Dirt Racing Tires:
      Dirt racing tires, which must be mounted on all 4 wheels for racing on
    dirt courses. These tires are designed to ensure vehicle controllability
    on slippery gravel and other unpaved surfaces. Dirt racing tires are
    available only for certain vehicle types.
    
    Simulation Tires (For Professionals):
      A tire that even more closely approximates the characteristic of
    actual, real-life tires. These tires make driving with the game
    controller extremely difficult and so provide a virtual experience of
    real-life driving (as opposed to video-game driving), requiring early
    braking, careful steering, and delicate accelerator manipulation. This
    is a set of front and rear tires for paved surfaces.
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    Weight Reduction:
    - STAGE 1
        Lightens the vehicle by removing unnecessary parts and relacing
      others with parts made of lightweight-material. The numerous
      advantages of a lighter car include enchanced acceleration
      performance, improved cornering and braking, and better tire
      durability.
    
    - STAGE 2
        Lightens the vehicle more by removing more parts and/or replacing
      more with lighter materials.
    
    - STAGE 3
        Takes Stage 2 lightening a step further.
    
    Racing Car Modification:
      Upgrades the car's materials and shape, changes the coloring, and adds
    aerodynamic parts, which adds downforce to the vehicle. Adjusting the
    front and rear downforce makes it possible to change the vehicle balance
    in the high-speed range.
    
    For Professionals:
    - Yaw Control System
        This component changes the setting of the Yaw Control System, which
      generates rotational moment in the vehicle by controlling the
      distribution of torque between the left and ride drive wheels. Raising
      the setting creates rotational moment during cornering, making turning
      easier. Note that too high a setting increases the likelihood of tire
      spinning.
    
    - Active Stability Controller
        Prevents spinning due to oversteering by actively controlling the
      braking power of all four wheels. A high setting stabilizes the car
      but makes cornering more difficult. A low setting permits greater
      freedom of movement in cornering but diminishes the spin-prevention
      effectiveness of the device.
    
    - TCS Controller
        For adjusting the setting of the TCS (Traction Control System),
      which prevents wheelspin by automatically releasing the accelerator
      when a drive wheel is detected to be spinning. Changing the traction
      control setting changes car's handling. A high setting stabilizes the
      car by eliminating wheelspin, but may dimish acceleration. With
      powerful rear wheel drive, a low setting can result in oversteering
      when the accelerator is being pressed.
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             9.4: Tuning
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    Do not change more than one thing at a time, since that might be the
    problem with your car if you do more than one setup change at a time.
    Oh yes, if you want the default settings for the thing you've changed,
    just push the [Start] button.
    
    Some Terms You Should Know:
    wheelspin       - a wheel locks up and just slides
    fishtail        - the result of wheelspin, the tire(s) just slide
    oversteer       - the car steers too much when turning
    understeer      - the car steers too little when turning
    body roll       - the way the car rolls in the corner (bad if high)
    weight transfer - the transfer of weight when acceleration/braking
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    Springs:
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      Springs are supposed to keep the tires on the road and not lose
    control. But if the settings are too soft or hard, weight transfer is
    screwed up, as well as understeer/oversteer. Springs can have a lot
    of positive and negative effects, depending on what you do.
      If both springs lean more towards stiffness, then these are the
    effects: reduced grip on bumpy roads, reduced body roll, and increased
    handling. If both springs lean more towards softness, then the effects
    are the opposite if the springs stiff: increased grip on bumpy roads,
    increased body roll, and reduced handling.
      If you stiffen the front springs, more understeer will be induced. The
    same thing goes if you soften the rear ones. More oversteer will be
    induced if you soften the front springs or stiffen the rear ones. For
    cars with a lot of understeer, you shouldn't give it more oversteer
    since it'll probably be easy to spin out.
      Weight transfer is also affected if you change the springs. If the
    front springs are softened, front weight transfer is increased greatly
    when you brake. It may be good for a FWD car since it's front engine
    and front wheel drive. If you soften the rear springs, rear weight
    transfer is increased greatly while accelerating. It would be good for
    a RWD or 4WD car, since the rear wheels are used, road grip is
    increased while accelerating.
      You shouldn't really use the springs for balance, since you need to
    have the perfect settings so it could be right. The stabilizers are
    better for turning and road grip. Weight transfer is just too
    important to use the springs, but if you're good enough, you might
    want to use the springs.
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    Ride Height:
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      Ride height is the height of the bottom of the car from the ground on
    a straight paved surface. The lower the ride height, the less weight
    transfer there is during acceleration, braking, and cornering. This
    makes it more stable and since there is less weight transfer, cornering
    is improved.
      If the ride height is too low, you will lose control if you're going
    too fast when you go into a bump or jump (bottom out). You can stiffen
    the springs and/or dampers to get rid of this problem. Ride height
    should only be adjusted on smooth courses, otherwise you'll have a lot
    of trouble cornering.
      You shouldn't really mess with the ride height unless you know what
    you're doing. The car is usually fine as it is. You can usually just
    adjust the settings until you find what you think is best.
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    Shocks (Dampers):
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      The dampers (Shock Absorbers or simply just Shocks) dampens the
    "swinging" of the springs. The shocks are very important when
    cornering.
    
    - Bound:
        This affects the stability and handling of the car. The stiffer you
    make the Bound Damper, the more responsiveness the car has because weight
    transfer is more tolerable. If it is too stiff, stability is screwed up
    on non-smooth surfaces. If it is too soft, handling is terrible.
    
    - Rebound (affects entry and exit of corners): 
        This affects the entry and exit of corners, as well as turning. To
    reduce understeer when turning, you can soften the front or stiffen the
    rear. Also, to reduce oversteer, stiffen the front or soften the rear.
    _______
    Camber:
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      Camber's the angle the tires make with the road, it's measured in
    degrees. The grip of the tires to the road depends on the camber angle.
    Zero camber angle is supposed to have the maximum grip, but in reality
    it doesn't because a small negative camber makes the tires tilt
    inward, so when you turn, the tire is aligned perfectly with the road.
    It is aligned perfectly with the road as it is on a straight road with
    zero camber. In order to achieve maximum grip while turning, you need
    to have some negative camber.
      A positve camber isn't very good and you should never make it
    positive. You should just mess with the camber settings until you find
    something ideal for your driving style.
      For some reason, in GT2, you cannot make the wheels' angles negative,
    so I suggest you to leave this alone and adjust the Toe instead.
    ____________
    Stabilizers:
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      The stabilizers are similar to the springs in what it does. The
    stiffer the front and rear, the more responsive handling is. But this
    can screw up the stability on bumpy surfaces. While the softer the
    stabilizers, the less responsive handling is, although it gives more
    stability on bumpy surfaces.
      If you soften the front or stiffen the rear, understeer is reduced.
    Likewise, if you stiffen the front or soften the rear, oversteer is
    reduced. However, do not over-stiffen/soften the front or rear
    because it can have a negative effect, especially if you try to
    reduce understeer. Fishtailing can become quite common and may lead
    to spin outs. But if you reduce oversteer too much, you may not be
    able to take the turns as easily, and if you turn too hardly, it is
    very easy to fishtail or spin out, so be careful.
    ______________
    Brake Balance:
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      The purpose of the Brake Balance is to adjust the power of the
    brakes when braking. In order to reduce oversteer, increase the front
    or reduce the rear. You can also reduce understeer if you reduce the
    front or increase the rear. 
      You would want a little higher front brake balance than the rear,
    in most cases, because you won't oversteer while turning, thus making
    it easier to turn without spinning out or fishtailing.
    ____________
    Gear Ratios:
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      The final gear is the most important, but the other gears can be
    used to adjust acceleration and gear changes. The lower the number,
    the more max speed there is. The higher the number, the less max
    speed there is. Remember, though, the higher the max speed, the more
    acceleration is reduced. Likewise, the lower the max speed, the
    more acceleration is increased.
      For courses with a lot of corners (not many straight surfaces for
    acceleration), you would generally want faster acceleration, so you
    would increase the number. But for a course like the Test Track,
    you would want a higher max speed, so you would decrease the number.
      I've gotten E-mail from people asking me how to increase the max speed
    even further after getting fully tuning-up their car, and after putting
    the gear settings to their lowest because some cars seem to only be able
    to go up to 220 MPH or so. What I'm about to tell you will make the
    car's max speed exceed the amount you think is the max possible.
      Well, go to the Machine Test and choose 'Max Speed' to test your car's
    max speed. Go to the Settings, go to the Gears Settings, and put all of
    the gears to their lowest and start the test. See your car's max speed
    and if you want to increase it even further, quit and go back to the
    Settings. Push [Start] while highlighting one of the gears to return it
    to its default settings, and change the gears to their lowest settings
    again. Take the test again and the max speed should have either
    increased or decreased.
      Now quit and go back to the Settings once again. You see the option
    all the way at the bottom of the menu with the gears? Well, select it
    and move it to the right a few, then push X or O to accept. Then push
    [Start] and it'll return to its default number. Go to the gears and make
    them the lowest possible. Take the test again and the max speed should
    have increased.
    
    Note: Don't do this for all cars since the higher your max speed, the
          less acceleration you have. You can also only do this for the
          final gear afterwards
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    Downforce:
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      This is the aerodynamic force that pushes the car down to the road.
    The higher the front and rear are, the more grip during cornering is.
    That also makes the car more stable, since it sticks to the road more.
    But this decreases speed on a straight surface because a lot of weight
    it put down on the car. The lower the front and rear are, the less
    grip during cornering is, although speed is increases on straight
    surfaces.
      You can reduce understeer by increasing the front or decreasing the
    rear. Also, if you decrease the front or increase the rear, oversteer
    is reduced. The faster your car is going, the more downforce effects
    your car.
    ____
    Toe:
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      Similar to the camber, except somewhat different. It is the angle
    the tires make with each other. Zero toe means the tires are parallel
    with each other. A positive toe causes the tires to be more outward
    towards each other, while a negative toe makes the tires more
    inward to each other.
      If you use a negative toe for both the front and back, handling is
    increased, but if the angle is too low, handling will be messed up.
    If you use some negativaty, handling is increased because the tires
    lean inward and when you turn, the tire are perpendicular to the
    ground, just like what camber does.
      But any adjustment to Toe may wear out the tires quickly in races
    that allow tire damage, especially Endurance races. Use at your own
    risk, it is recommended you just adjust the Traction Control System
    Controller instead, unless you know what you're doing.
      A positive front toe or negative rear toe reduces oversteer, while
    a negative front toe or positive rear toe reduces understeer.
    
    Thanks to Ramon <raralio@hotmail.com> for correcting me and other
    things related to Toe
    
    Negative Toe:
      This is what the left and right tires are like when you make it
    negative. It's somewhat exaggerated, but you get the picture (the top
    of the tires lean inward). Also known as Toe-in.
    
        /ŻŻŻ/       \ŻŻŻ\
       /   /         \   \
      /   /           \   \
     /___/             \___\
        Left         Right
    
      If you keep a positive camber and make some negative toe, the tires
    will lean inward some and steering is easier, but you lose some
    stability. Turning is easier because weight transfer puts pressure in
    the direction you are trying to turn.
    
    Positive Toe:
      This is what the left and right tires look like when you make it
    positive. It's somewhat exaggerated, but you can still understand it
    (the top of the tires lean outward). Also known as Toe-out.
    
     \ŻŻŻ\             /ŻŻŻ/
      \   \           /   /
       \   \         /   /
        \___\       /___/
        Left         Right
    
      You will gain extra stability, but turning becomes more difficult.
    
    Zero Toe:
      This is what the left and right tires look like when you make the toe
    zero. The tires are parallel to each other.
    
        |ŻŻŻ|       |ŻŻŻ|
        |   |       |   |
        |   |       |   |
        |___|       |___|
        Left         Right
    
      On a straight road, stability to the road is nearly perfect. If you
    had toe-out, stability would increase further. But when you turn, well,
    that's different. It is more difficult to turn than if you had toe-in.
    __________________________
    Limited-Slip Differential:
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      The limited-slip differential is composed of LSD during initial
    torque, acceleration, and deceleration. If you get this for an FF, you
    you only get the 'Front' sets. If you buy this for an RR or FR, you
    receive only the 'Rear' sets. As for a 4WD, both 'Front' and 'Rear'
    sets are received.
    
    - Initial Torque
        FF: If you soften it, responsive handling is reduced, but there is
            less body roll as well as more stability. Stiffening it results
            in increased responsive handling, but increased body roll and
            less stability.
    
        FR/RR: By softening it, responsive handling increases, although body
               roll increases as well and less stability. By stiffening it,
               responsive handling decreases, even though body roll
               decreases and stability increases.
    
        4WD: By softening the front, responsive handling is reduced, but
             there's more stability and less body roll. If you stiffen the
             front, responsive handling is increases, but you get less
             stability and more body roll. Stiffening the rear results in
             less acceleration, although you get more stability. If you
             soften the rear, you receive more acceleration, but in return,
             you get less stability.    
    
    - Acceleration
        Grip to the road is increased while accelerating, but stability
    is reduced while braking. When braking for a corner, the car is hard to
    handle, but when you exit the corner, it works very well. This can
    be fixed by adjusting the LSD Deceleration.
        A high setting gives you fast acceleration, but handling is
    reduced. A low setting gives you low acceleration, but handling is
    increased.
    
    - Deceleration
        Grip, stability, and turning ability are increased while braking.
    A high setting gives you great grip, stability, and turning ability
    while braking, but all that stuff is reduced while accelerating. A
    low setting reduces grip, stability, and turning ability while
    braking, but that stuff is increased while accelerating. Fix this
    problem by adjusting the LSD Acceleration.
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    Yaw Control System:
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      This basically controls the distribution of torque between the
    left and right wheels. This is similar to the Limited-Slip Differential
    of cars, and some cars without the LSD have this. If you get this for an
    FF, you you only get the 'Front' sets. If you buy this for an RR or FR,
    you receive only the 'Rear' sets. As for a 4WD, both 'Front' and 'Rear'
    sets are taken.
      A high setting gives the car faster turning speed, but fishtailing
    becomes more common. A low setting gives the car slower turning speed,
    but fishtailing is reduced.
      There aren't many cars with this, and those with it aren't the best
    cars, except perhaps some rally cars.
    ____________________________
    Active Stability Controller:
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      This controls the overall braking power of all four wheels. This
    stabilizes the car more when cornering and increases grip to the
    road.
      A higher setting decreases responsive handling, but increases
    stabilization when cornering and increases grip to the road. While
    a lower setting increases responsive handling, stabilization
    during cornering and grip to the road are reduced.
      This is very similar to the Limited-Slip Differential Initial
    Torque, so just look at that when dealing with this.
    ___________________________________
    Traction Control System Controller:
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      This reduces the delivery of power to a wheel that is losing
    grip to the road.
      A high setting increases overall grip to the road, but decreases
    speed on a straight road. A low setting decreases overall grip to the
    road, but increases speed on a straight road. The TCSC is ideal for
    FRs, RRs, and 4WDs.
      A car with good grip to the road can corner easily while a car with
    bad grip corners difficultly. And if a car has good grip, it is more
    stable and more difficult to spin out and fishtail. A car with bad
    grip is less stable and pretty easy to fishtail and spin out.
    _______________________________________
             9.5: Best ___ Car
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      I'd like to hear what you readers have to say. I can't really
    judge the other cars, only the best cars out of all cars. I need
    input on this since I haven't owned every single car, let alone
    tested every car.
    _________
    All Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    [R]Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition
    
    Best Power-to-Weight Ratio:
    [R]Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version
    
    Fastest:
    [R]Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version
    
    Fastest Rally:
    [R]Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version
    
    Best All Around Rally:
    [R]Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition
    
    Highest HP:
    [R]HKS Drag 180SX (Nissan) or...
    [R]HKS R33 Drag GT-R (Nissan)
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ________
    FF Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ________
    FR Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    [R]HKS Drag 180SX (Nissan)
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ________
    MR Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ________
    RR Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    _________
    4WD Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    [R]Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition
    
    Fastest:
    [R]Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version
    
    Highest HP:
    [R]HKS R33 Drag GT-R (Nissan)
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    _________________
    Lightweight Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    _____________
    Compact Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ____________
    Luxury Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ____________
    Muscle Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    _________________
    Convertible Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    _______________
    Station Wagons:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    _____________________________
    NA (natural aspiration) Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ___________
    Turbo Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    
    
    Fastest:
    
    
    Highest HP:
    
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    ________________
    True Rally Cars:
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    Best All Around:
    [R]Mitsubishi FTO LM Edition
    
    Fastest:
    [R]Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version
    
    Highest HP:
    [R]Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version
    
    Lightest:
    
    
    Heaviest:
    
    _______________________________________
             9.6: Stupid Mail I've Received
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      I put this section in here to show people what kind of stuff I have to
    deal with, and it's only this game.
    
      Here's the first stupid mail I've received:
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    |Subj: FWD                                                             |
    |Date: 1/7/2000                                                        |
    |From: *******@aol.com                                                 |
    |To:   LB Dan GC@aol.com                                               |
    |                                                                      |
    |Four wheel drive is not the same as FF, Stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!         |
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      This was my reply:
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    |Subj: Re: FWD                                                         |
    |Date: 1/7/2000                                                        |
    |From: LB Dan GC@aol.com                                               |
    |To:   *******@aol.com                                                 |
    |                                                                      |
    |In a message dated 1/7/2000 10:46:30 AM Pacific Standard Time,        |
    |******* writes:                                                       |
    |                                                                      |
    |> Four wheel drive is not the same as FF, Stupid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!       |
    |                                                                      |
    |    Hey, guess what!? You're the one that's stupid! FWD means Front   |
    |Wheel Drive, STUPID! 4WD means Four Wheel Drive! Perhaps you should   |
    |actually READ the book. Oh yeah, and it's also featured in the game   |
    |like that. Don't blame me, blame car drivers, racers, companies, etc. |
    |Don't you feel stupid now?                                            |
    |                                                                      |
    |Regards,                                                              |
    |Dan GC                                                                |
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      There's more E-mail, but I'm not putting them up since I've already
    resolved the problem with them.
    ________________________________________________________________________
    Part 10: My Car Reviews
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      No, I didn't copy JCulbert, I'm just putting in the car reviews in my
    guide that I've sent him. Don't worry, I'm not getting people away from
    his FAQ, since this is my guide, I thought I'd put my car reviews in it.
    
    Make: Ford
    Model: [R]GT40
    Year: 1966
    Dealer Price: 500,000
    Drivetrain: Mid-Engine/RWD (MR)
    Engine: V8 -
    Displacement: 4736cc
    Horsepower: 305 hp @ 6000 rpm
    Torque: 327.6 lb-ft @ 4200 rpm
    Curb Weight: 2200 lbs
    Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
    Rear Suspension: Multi-link
    
      This car has great handling and it's pretty difficult to spin out with
    it. It's max. speed and acceleration are pretty above average and
    handling is above average. It rules on the Red Rock Valley course and
    similar courses. It's a car for beginners since it doesn't require much
    work to turn corners. Since it's an MR, brake early, turn, and tap
    acceleration while turning to make shift weight to the back. Or you can
    just brake and turn simultaneously to cause your car to oversteer and
    fishtail, but then you countersteer to stop the fishtailing. After you
    master the turning with this car, you'll soon find out you don't need to
    brake much with this car.
      All you need to do is change its tires to Hard in the front, Soft in
    the back to reduce oversteering. When you start fishtailing, release
    acceleration and countersteer, otherwise you'll still fishtail and might
    spinout while trying to countersteer while holding acceleration. 
    
    Make: Ford
    Model: [R]GT40 Race Car
    Year: 1969
    Dealer Price: N/A
    Drivetrain: Mid-Engine/RWD (MR)
    Engine: - -
    Displacement: ----
    Horsepower: 492 hp @ 6500 rpm
    Torque: 449.8 lb-ft @ 5000 rpm
    Curb Weight: 2200 lbs
    Front Suspension: N/A
    Rear Suspension: N/A
    
        You thought the [R]GT40 was a great car, wait until you look at
    this! You have to change it's transmission (decrease the final gear by a
    lot) to win in the Gran Turismo All Stars races. It's max. speed is
    above average, once you decrease the final gear, acceleration is above
    average, and handling is above average. It rules on corners-a-plenty
    courses. Everything like in the [R]GT40 applies to this car, except this
    car has better acceleration and max speed, but just as good handling.
    Remember, though, the faster a car is going, the more understeer there
    is, so you have to brake earlier.
    
    Make: Mitsubishi
    Model: [R]FTO LM Edition
    Year: N/A
    Dealer Price: N/A
    Drivetrain: 4WD
    Engine: - DOHC
    Displacement: ----
    Horsepower: 549 hp @ 8500 rpm
    Torque: 359.4 lb-ft @ 6000 rpm
    Curb Weight: 2050 lbs
    Front Suspension: N/A
    Rear Suspension: N/A
    
      This car is one of the best EVER! At least in my opinion, that is.
    I've said it before and I'll say it again, this car has above average
    acceleration and max speed, and has wonderful handling and stability.
    This car rules on virtually all courses, as long as it has a lot of
    corners. It might not be able to always beat a [R]GT40 Race Car, though,
    but that's another story. You can use the [R]FTO LM Edition to race in
    any of the Gran Turismo All Stars, GT 300 Championship, or GT 500
    Championship races. Even the GT League races, this car rules. You can
    even use this car in Rally races, the only car it can't beat is the
    Suzuki Escudo Pikes Peak Version rally car, it gets a beating against
    it, on the Pikes Peak rally races. You can win virtually almost any race
    with this car, just put Soft tires in the front and back and you're set
    to go. No extra tuning is needed.
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    Wolf <mungo@aon.at>:
      He sent me a list of all the races and cars you win from them, plus
    all of the cars he won and bought to complete Simulation. He's 98.25%
    done with it. Oh yes, and he also sent me GameShark codes for the
    Endurance races. It's in the Frequently Asked Questions section,
    Question #23.
    
    Red Phoenix <red_phoenix_1@hotmail.com>
      The little 'Dragon' ASCII art in the Author Information section.
    
    Brett "Nemesis" Franklin <brett17@ignmail.com>
      Cool guy with a great FAQ. Has a lot of information. Check it out.
    
    Chris Poon:
      Told me to get even more money, race in the third race of the Gran
    Turismo All Stars (Red Rock Valley). It is three laps, but if you win,
    you get 50,000 Credits and win a TVR Speed 12 that sells for 500,000
    Credits.
    
    Chris F:
      Told me Chrylser is represented in GT2 as Dodge and Plymoth. And since
    the merger of Mercedes-Benz and Chrysler, it is now Daimler Chrysler, so
    if you want to get technical, Mercedes-Benz is part of the same company.
    The companies owned by Daimler Chrysler (Plymouth, Dodge, etc. and
    Mercedes-Benz) still use the same names just for familiarity among the
    public. The merger with Plymouth will end in one to three years.
    
    Wonderpill:
      Told me if you convert your data from GT to GT2, almost everything
    becomes more exspensive. The most obvious one is the price of the rims
    at the Wheel Shop. Instead of 2000 Credits, it becomes 5000 Credits!
    
    Dave <tsu-na-mi@home.com>:
      Telling me how to sort the cars in your garage. It isn't easy, but
    it's possible. Push [Start] and the highlighted car is brought to the
    top of the list. It takes planning because you have to build the list
    bottom-up instead of top-down.
    
    UltimateX <ultimatex@yahoo.com>:
      He told me why the Super License is important. You gain access to the
    Event Generator and if you beat Expert and get first place in each race,
    you'll get a total of 100,000 Credits. It's an easy way to get money in
    the early stages.
    
    <tyyap@asu.edu>, <njcpldnl@dandy.net>, and Erico <erico@telkom.net>:
      Sending in Quick Cash strategies
    
    John Culbert <tigeraid@fighters.net>:
      His Gran Turismo 2 Compendium. It's a great guide with a lot of
    information. Check it out for everything except for a way to get quick
    cash.
    
    Gordon Bower <gt2races@yahoo.com>:
      His Race/Car Prize Listing Guide. It has the amount of money you win
    and what Car you win each race, if there is a Car to win.
    
    Kao Megura:
      His old disclaimer which I'm using
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