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The power of QuickTune is now available for Forza Horizon for the first time!<br><br>QuickTune H4 - the successor of the highly acclaimed QuickTune 7 Tuning Calculator for Forza 7 - is now available with full support for Forza Horizon 4!<br><br><br>FEATURES:<br><br>+ Calculates ready-made balanced and competitive tunes, no tweaking necessary!<br>+ Supports any car in FH4 with any drivetrain swap<br>+ Supports standard, dirt, cross country, drift and drag tunes<br>+ Supports non-adjustable stock suspension, race and rally suspension tuning<br>+ Supports imperial and metric units<br>+ Automatically keeps track of 100 most recent tuned cars<br>+ Includes aero and transmission tuning<br><br><br>HOW DOES IT WORK:<br><br>Simply provide following car data:<br>- manufacturer & car model<br>- power<br>- weight & weight distribution <br>- drivetrain<br>- suspension (springs and dampers)<br>- chassis reinforcement <br>- transmission<br>- tire compound <br>- tire width (front and rear)<br>- installed aero kits<br><br>Based on the provided data a tune is calculated for the car according to the selected tune type. ARBs and spring rates are provided with 3 fraction digit precision, set the in-game values to nearest value.<br><br>Use the "hp/kw" and "lb/kg" toggle to switch between imperial and metric unit input.<br><br>Aero and transmission tuning options can be used to adjust aero levels and gearing according to track characteristics.
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Very handy tool to determine a base tune for a car, and I appreciate that it gives you choices based on the kind of driving you will be doing. There are only two drawbacks that I can see. 1: It doesn’t have the more recent cars such as the Mercedes-Benz X-Class, and the Chevrolet Caprice. Bit of a shame because I was looking forward to using this app to help tune those, so I hope it is still being updated. 2: The gearing calculations it makes seem to be excessively short sometimes. They would limit top speed with no advantage to acceleration, as far as I can tell. It also only seems to make calculations for final drive, even though it lists all gears.
If you’re like me and have no idea where to even begin to tune a car, this App definitely points you in the right direction. This App is a god send. I use it for all my tunes. You just then fine tune as need be and you’ll be positioning in live races or drifting around corners in no time
I’ve use the app for quite some time now and over the time it’s been out. I’ve seen big improvements on the tunes for each separate car. Very easy to use
Most gearing for most cars weather you chose accel or top speed remains the same as default gearing that comes with vehicle with just final drive adjusted. Not really that helpful in gearing at all honestly. Would like to see some changes and for other adjustments outside of gearing I’ve found helpful but still pretty basic. It is called QuickTune after all though right?
I’m horrible at tuning. The descriptions for the tuning in game are too long. This made my car godly!!!
Developed by Markus Hein.
QuickTune H4 is ranking in Utilities & Racing & Games
Last update was at Nov 23, 2019and the current version is 12.5.
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