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ForzaTune 7

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Last Update
Jan 19, 2020
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⭐4.4

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The first time I tuned a virtual race car was in 1998 – and it would be years until I got it right. <br><br>I remember wasting hours trying to get my blue NSX to handle better only to watch it slide all over the place.<br><br>What was I doing wrong? Aren't stiffer springs always better? So many questions...<br><br>Fast forward 20 years. Now tuning a car for games like Forza is easy. Becoming an engineer, studying race engineering textbooks, and learning from the Forza community made the journey possible. And testing, lots of testing.<br><br>You can take the long way too...or you can download this app.<br><br>Because here's what I learned in the end: tuning a car is simply a matter of getting some math right, taking it for a test drive and making a few changes. Nothing magic.<br><br>ForzaTune 7 does a good amount of the work and math for you up front. And it makes it easier to know what changes to make beyond that.<br><br>If you tell it you're driving a Porsche on Laguna Seca, then it will create a tune accordingly.<br><br>If you tell it you want less oversteer out of the turns, then it works out the new values.<br><br>There's nothing better than driving a car dialed in just how you want it.<br><br>So that's a little bit about ForzaTune and its philosophy.<br><br>Here are the technical specs if you're interested in learning more...<br><br>–– Original ForzaTune Release Date ––<br>September 2009<br><br>–– Games supported in ForzaTune 7 ––<br>Forza Horizon 4 and Forza Motorsport 7<br><br>–– Tuning Modes Available ––<br>Standard (dry), drift, drag, rain, rally, and off-road<br><br>–– Tune Customizer Options ––<br>Overall balance, turn entry balance, turn exit balance, ride stiffness, roll stiffness.<br><br>–– Gearing Support ––<br>Includes gearing calculator for all vehicles with the exception of some large trucks and the Peel P50.<br><br>–– Units Supported ––<br>Metric and Imperial<br><br>–– Tunes Unique to Each Car ––<br>Car list covers FH4 and FM7 with updates monthly as needed.<br><br>–– Support for Saving Tunes ––<br>Gives you the option to name and search your previously saved tunes.<br><br>--------<br>FAQs<br>--------<br><br>Q: Is this for beginners or experienced tuners?<br>A: Both. Experienced tuners use it to save time. New tuners use it to break into the world of tuning. If someone recommends "learn how to tune" this is one way to fast-track your learning.<br><br>Q: Why is tuning your cars important?<br>A: Suspension settings start to mismatch as you upgrade a car. ForzaTune brings it back to a balanced setup and lets you dial in the right balance. Also, tuning doesn't affect your PI or race restrictions—so this is how you can gain an advantage over other racers.<br><br>Q: What is Performance Index(PI)?<br>A: This is the value next to the class letter. So A700 would be a performance index of 700.<br><br>Q: How do I use the app?<br>A: Copy several car details from the game into ForzaTune, hit "Next" and copy the results into the tuning menu in Forza 7 or Horizon 4. We also have a series of video tutorials on YouTube to get you started.<br><br>Q: When should I use the gearing option?<br>A: Select the gearing tune option if you add a turbo, supercharger or perform an engine swap.<br><br>Q: What settings and upgrades do I need?<br>A: You will need racing upgrades like suspension, braking, and anti-roll bars, and differential to change the values in the tuning menu. You can also use drag, rally and stock suspensions if they are adjustable (like off-road buggies and some trucks in FH4). <br><br>You will also have the best results if you disable stability management (STM) and traction control (TCS) for lower class cars. Normal or simulation steering is fine.<br><br>Download ForzaTune now to make better tunes faster.

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Sjamal1023
Jun 13, 2019

I love this app. I open it up first thing before I try any new car in Motorsport and am constantly tweaking to find the sweet spot using the advanced preferences. I’ve been a huge fan since forza tune 6, and it’s helped me get in the top 20 forza motorsport 7 leaderboard for Nurburgring nordschliefe lap time. My only gripe, and this is probably with the games physics engine rather than the app, is with tuning mid/rear engine cars that have 43% or less weight distribution. They all seem to have suspension issues that cause the car to bounce/skip around under acceleration, even in a straight line, and get upset by the smallest of bumps and lose control. My best examples of this happening would be with the mclaren senna and Porsche 911 #92 GT Team RSR. The senna I have weighing at 2579lbs with performance index of 932. I’ve used the general track settings with suspension raised to maximum and Nurburgring track tune with all settings done to the apps recommendation and yet it still wants to spin out at any given chance. This happens with the Porsche and also the 720s. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated, thank you! But again, this is most likely more game physics than this app. With 99% of the cars I’ve tuned using the recommendations,they’ve been perfect! Thanks again!

TJ1966
Oct 22, 2018

Wow, just as you’ve always been. All of your ForzaTune apps have been great. You still have a few more tweeks to make it perfectly matched to Forza Horizon 4, but it’s really close. Having to match it up with the closest comparable track from Forza 7, that compares to the type of driving and the surfaces you plan on driving on was a great start, and you’ve already improved on that. Nice!!! I’ve been playing Forza since Forza 3 and added 1 & 2 as well. I’ve been using your tuning apps since you began making them. Like Forza, who makes each game better, as well as making the tuning better and more options, you’ve made your apps more user friendly, and more detailed as well. Sometimes I have time to play with the tuning, but even then, your app is not only quicker, but it’s more accurate and creates a better overall tune than I can most of the time. Thanks for creating it and for keeping the price at a reasonable amount. P.S. Just a little FYI. I still have ForzaTune 4 & 5. Actually 6 as well. And I understand it doesn’t make sense to support 4 & 5, and I still have them on my phone, some may not. And I still occasionally play all of the past versions, especially 4 & 5 with the backwards comparability, I play them on Xbox one. But I play 1-4 on 360. But it would be nice if you at least made them available for download. Thanks again.

jonfjfhk
Jan 14, 2020

I was getting frustrated with a 90 iroc z and figured hey 3 bucks isn’t a lot. I’ll just try it out. I’m so glad I did. I had been tuning that stupid car for hours trying to dial it in, and it took me 15 minutes tops to enter all the info and then set up the tune that it gave me. I shaved off 2 seconds per lap with the base tune, but even better than that is that the car feels much more planted, with a lot less oversteer. I drive on a wheel so most of the tunes that are out there just don’t feel right because they’re made by people using a controller. I’ve been making my own tunes for about 6 months and this algorithm beat my tunes first try. I can’t wait to get into the hoppers with my improved cars. I’m usually not the type to leave reviews but this helped so much that I just had to say thanks.

Ballhogrod
Dec 26, 2018

Ive been tuning at a semi pro level since FH3, and it would usually take me a good hour to tune up a car perfectly that i wanted to use. I hated how much time it took, but it got the job done. But recently I had my eyes set on a 2018 Camaro Zl1 1LE, but yet ALL MY TUNES HAVE BEEN AWD. Ive always had a problem with wheelspin in a RWD car, but this has been my first successful RWD setup that can kill a road.....pshhhh once it gets going..smh...... wheelspin is still crazy at a dead stop stop. But i might be able to adjust it, but the app has tune so perfect that im not sure where to adjust it. I dont wanna mess with the gearing because that was tuned by the app.

needs more316
May 20, 2018

I’ve been playing Forza since FM1 and I have to say this is the best tuning tool I’ve used so far. I know some are worried about the missing aero option but it doesn’t seem to affect the out come of the tune (so far). I normally tune by feel but that is a long process and I don’t always have that much time this was very fast I was on the track racing in five minutes with a working tune. The sliders are great for fine tuning the car for your driving style as well. For all you new tuners out there I would suggest playing around with the sliders it will teach you what to adjust when dealing with a handling issue. This was an easy 5 stars for me.

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About ForzaTune 7

Developed by FlameFront Studios.

ForzaTune 7 is ranking in   Utilities & Reference

Last update was at Jan 19, 2020and the current version is 3.3.10.

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ForzaTune 7 have a 118a user reviews.

ForzaTune 7 was released in the App Store. It is developed by FlameFront Studios, who have also released the following apps.

ForzaTune 7 has 118 user reviews.​

ForzaTune 7 has an average rating of 4.4. ​The latest version of ForzaTune 7 3.3.10​ ​​was ​released on Jan 19, 2020​.

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