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What is the fastest car that can be equipped with Dirt and Snow tires?

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Question for Gran Turismo 5

What is the fastest car that can be equipped with Dirt and Snow tires?

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sphynxx answered:

Um, I personally haven't tried to equip my Nissan Skyline GT-R V-Spec II Nur with either dirt or snow tyres, but if you can, you'd have a 770 BHP 4WD monster.

If that doesn't take it, the Suzuki Pikes Peak Escudo (or Dirt Trial I think it's called in this) would be the fastest I'd assume.

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We Gert said: 31st Dec 2010 | REPORT
Yeah, I thought it might of been the Escuda because it's the fastest on gran turismo 3 and 4 with dirt tires.
Guest said: 14th Jul 2012 | REPORT
I did 362km/h on Dodge Viper srt10 Acr '08.
1030bhp and too many hours wasted tuning the suspension just right... I had to made a special map for it too =D
Guest answered:

The Escudo is by far the fastest on both, but on a lower budget, try the Nissan 350Z PENNZOIL.You can get about 800bhp out of it, but you need to turn traction control off to go anywhere


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