Anyone can make their own tunes in Forza. It comes down to doing the right math, taking a test drive and knowing when to make a few adjustments. Nothing magic.
ForzaTune Pro does the math for you, and makes it easy to adjust the car to your driving style and skill.
For example, you tell ForzaTune you're driving a GT350 on Laguna Seca, and it creates a tune to match.
If you prefer a more aggressive or stable feel - open up the tune customizer to set oversteer or understeer in each part of a turn. ForzaTune works out the new values for you automatically.
There's nothing better than driving a car dialed in how you want it. And a car that feels planted lets you drive faster.
ForzaTune has always been about “making better tunes faster.” With this Pro version you get all of the features you need to quickly tailor your setup to a specific build, track and tune type – plus it includes gearing options, the ability to save tunes, and finer control over your tune customizations.
Here are the complete specs if you'd like to learn what separates ForzaTune Pro from the rest of the pack:
Forza Horizon 4, Forza Motorsport 7 with support for earlier games as well.
Standard (street/track), drift, drag, rain, rally/snow, and off-road
Overall balance, turn entry balance, turn exit balance, ride stiffness, roll stiffness.
Includes gearing calculator for all vehicles except some large trucks and the Peel P50.
Metric, Imperial and various combinations of the two
1000+ vehicles covering Forza Horizon 4 and Forza Motorsport 7. You can use this app for previous Forza titles that include the same cars.
ForzaTune Pro combines your input with its vehicle and track databases to create original, realistic tunes. Formulas are based on real race engineering formulas. They work well with a controller, or steering wheel and pedal set.
Save, edit, search and backup all of your tunes. Export and import options lets you transfer your tunes to other devices.
Share your tunes using a code so friends can quickly load your tunes into their app. No login or accounts required.
Q: Is this for beginners or experienced tuners?
A: Both. Experienced tuners use it to save time. Newer tuners use it to learn the finer details of tune adjustments. If someone recommends "learn how to tune" this is one way to fast-track your learning.
Q: Why is tuning your cars important?
A: Suspension settings start to mismatch as you upgrade a car. ForzaTune brings it back to a balanced setup. Also, tuning doesn't affect your PI or race restrictions—so this is how you can gain an advantage over other racers.
Q: What is Performance Index(PI)?
A: This is the value next to the class letter. So A700 would be a performance index of 700.
Q: How do I use the app?
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. There is also a series of video tutorials on YouTube to get you started.
Q: When should I use the gearing option?
A: Select the gearing tune option if you add a turbo, supercharger, cams or perform an engine swap.
Q: What settings and upgrades do I need?
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).
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.
Download ForzaTune Pro now to make better tunes faster.
This marks the 37th content update for ForzaTune Pro (wow!) and includes new Series 27 and 28 vehicles for Forza Horizon 4.
Notice: if you have a large number of saved tunes in ForzaTune, be sure to back up your data from time to time. Tune data is stored on your device only. Creating a backup from the ForzaTune menu takes just a few seconds.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
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!
Not sure what I’ve done wrong
At first it seemed pretty straight forward and easy to do. Then I began attempting drift tuning. I must be doing something wrong, because no matter what car I try or custom settings I input, every car comes back with the exact same camber, toe, and castor settings. The only difference seems to be awd vs rwd. I even tried playing with the custom settings adjustment, turned the “oversteer” settings all the way up, same as when I started same exact camber, tod and castor.I will say I do think it’s user error, this seems like a well developed app. If someone could let me know what I am doing wrong i would change to 5 star
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.
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the detailed review and suggestions, and for being part of the ForzaTune community all these years!
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- 18.9 MB
Requires iOS 10.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- © 2009-2020 FF Studios (Sevenside Media LLC)
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.