Chevrolet SSR ’03

This is currently my best GT6 drift tune. I originally started making this car for racing, but it just gave me a good feeling for drifting. I barely put a tune on it and it did very well. The more and more I worked on it the better it became. My last best drift car was the Dodge Charger, but this car lands drifts just as big and easily as that one. I didn’t expect the SSR to be this good, especially since it is a weird truck/car hybrid. I knew with added power and a tune it would be good, but not the best. It lands really easy big drifts all the time, too. That is the best part about it. It doesn’t feel like it will do a huge drift, but with little effort it ends up scoring huge points. Very impressed by it, and I hope all of you enjoy it too.

Car Chevrolet SSR ’03
Drivetrain FR
Horsepower 744HP/5700rpm
Torque 750.4 ft-lb/5000rpm
Weight 1671 kg
Miles 18.6
Performance Points 571


All the best parts. I’m using comfort hard tires with optional spoiler.


Downforce 0/5
Weight Balance 0/0
Power Limiter 100%


Set it top speed, gears, final

1st 3.628
2nd 2.440
3rd 1.786
4th 1.387
5th 1.126
Final 3.260
Top Speed 143mph (230kmph)


Initial xx 38
Accel xx 48
Braking xx 16


Ride Height 114 111
Spring Rate 15 9.93
Compression 3 4
Extension 4 5
Anti-Roll 2 2
Camber 0.5 1.5
Toe 0 0.45


Brake Balance 5 5
  • What a great time for such a terrible looking car.
    Quick question, is the spring rate in your tunes in kgf/mm? Thanks

    • lol indeed it is. Also, I think it is mm. I have all my stuff in US.

      • Cool. I’ve been doing my tunes right then lol
        Could you try an El Camino drift tune? I tried your race tune from a couple of years ago with stage 1 engine tuning, a supercharger, racing exhaust, isometric exhaust manifold, intake tuning, and all the best weight reduction parts instead of just the exhaust and catalytic converter and ended up with an almost half decent 550PP drift car on comfort hards.

        • Yes, I will be making that car for drifting soon.