Ford F-150 SVT Raptor ’11

A Truck… My initial thoughts were simple… why? After a few rounds on Fisherman’s Ranch, I didn’t see the point behind why even having this truck in the game… but when you fully upgrade it … only then, does it truly become, a Raptor!

Car: Ford F-150 SVT Raptor
Track: Fisherman’s Ranch
Discipline: 168/70
Tuner: Dave Fisher

It took me a while to realize, this tune was on a controller, on the wheel, it felt lazy… but only because my inputs were not as aggressive as a controller.

Switching to an aggressive style of driving, this tune feels solid! Attack the corners when necessary!

The tune is very forgiving! When you learn the track, you can tell the tune is design to do just one thing! Hauling Ass!

The Transmission setup does look a little weird, but the idea behind it, is to provide as much torque over power through the tighter hairpins! It provides smoother delivery of torque to the wheels!

It brought to us by Mike (PSN: Capt_Awesome14) at “Gran Turismo Sport: Tuning & Competitions“.

Car Ford F-150 SVT Raptor ’11
Drivetrain 4WD
Horsepower 411
Torque 60 kgfm
Weight 1235 kg / 2724 lbs

BODY/CHASSIS

Power Ratio % 100
Weight Reduction Ratio % 100
Traction Control 0

 Tires

FRONT REAR
Front Rear Dirt Dirt

Brake Balance

Balance Front/Rear 2

SUSPENSION

FRONT REAR
Ride Height 9in/229mm 9.33in/237mm
Natural Frequency (Hz) 1.52 1.59
Anti-Roll Bars 4 3
Damping Compression (%) 59 60
Damping Rebound (%) 89 90
Negative Camber 3.5 1.6
Toe Angle Out 0.30 In 0.23

 Downforce

FRONT REAR
Downforce Level 0 0

LIMITED SLIP DIFFERENTIAL

FRONT REAR
Initial 15 50
Accel 28 41
Braking 5 15
Torque Split xx xx

 TRANSMISSION

Final Gear: Set to Middle
Auto-Set: 112
6th Gear: Slide to the Right
New Final Gear: 3.716

1st 3.726 / 37
2nd 2.517 / 55
3rd 2.042 / 68
4th 1.742 / 80
5th 1.383 / 101
6th 1.159 / 124
Final 4.315
Top Speed (Auto Set) 112 mph (180 kmph)
  • Clayton Morin

    I know the updates screw everything up but the only issues right now following the directions is 2nd, 5th, and 6th cannot be obtained in the current version as of Feb 21, 2019

    • I’d say as long as it’s close enough it should be fine.