One of my favorite things about Forza 4 is how accurately you can create virtual copies of famous tuner-cars and test drive them. Here, I have recreated Fujita Engineering’s (more commonly called FEED) RX8.
Thankfully, the Forza game had the FEED body kit in the game as well as the wheels FEED had once used. With a bit of research (otherwise known as watching best motoring vids on YouTube) you can find the modifications, power level, suspension settings and tire sizes which can be used in the game to simulate the tuner’s work.
FEED’s RX8 was a jack of all trades on a track. It needed a bit more power than FEED used in the best motoring battles so I tweaked it to just over 300hp (about 50 more than the real car) and keanti naturally aspirated setup. In racing, the car revs like crazy and has a super flat torqueband like a real NA rotary. It corners tightly, grips hard and it very neutral. For a car rated as a B500 in e game, it’s pretty impressive!