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2004 Amuse

S2000 Street Version '04

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50,000 Cr

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15,000 Cr


251 HP




225 Nm









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  1. Be aware that some parts are only available in the Tuning Shop main menu and not in the car's Settings menu.
  2. You can fill fields you want - PP being the most important.
  3. Optional Indy Lap field is the best time you've achieved with this car on the Indianapolis Speedway in free practice.
  4. Turbo and Aero (adjustable only) indicates if these modifications are available for this car (you HAVE TO install them prior to post here).
  5. Highest values are possible for a car in the 300-5000 Km (186-3098 miles) range (with oil and engine change)
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PP max

min Kg

max HP

Indy Lap

Car's km
  • Yes
  • No
  • X
  • Turbo
  • Yes
  • No
  • X
  • Adjustable Aero Front
  • Yes
  • No
  • X
  • Adjustable Wing

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    message #1 | Sunday June 15, 2014 | ford_racer | Report
    This car is kinda disappointing thanks to it's tendency to oversteer no matter the situation. It has lift off oversteer. It has trail braking oversteer. It has power on oversteer. It's got it all. And when it doesn't have oversteer, it's struggling to pull itself out of the corners thanks to having little usable torque. You have to keep it in the upper RPM ranges to get any use out of it. Not low RPMs. Not even mid RPMs. High or nothing, which results in constant gear changes. It's only saving grace is that perhaps all of this could be useful to drifters. I'm bad at drifting so I can't comment on it's usefulness there. (Driven with a Fanatec CSR, stock everything with oil change)

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