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Beyond Extreme in Need for Speed

Beyond Extreme96 (45)

This is a rare achievementTune a car to max drift or grip settings

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Achievement Guide for Beyond Extreme

177,236 (102,446)
Achievement won on 31 Oct 15
TA Score for this game: 4,664
Posted on 04 November 15 at 03:44, Edited on 04 November 15 at 23:15
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To obtain this achievement simply go into your garage. Car I got it with is the toyota supra. I went full grip with this one. The parts I used are as follows:

Sway bars part is a R part
Air filter is a S part
Cooling system is a S part
Intake manifold is a S part
Fuel system is a S part
Forced induction is a S part
Electric system is a S part
Ignition is a S part
Ecu is a S part
Engine block is a S part
Cam shaft is a S+ part
Cylinder heads is a S part
Exhaust manifold is a S part
Exhaust system is a S part
Clutch is a S part
Nitrous is R part (doesn't matter)
Suspension is a S part
Differential is a E part
Tires is a R part
Brakes is a E part
Handbrake is a E part

Your car will need more handling parts than horsepower parts to be able to tune to full grip. Once you've added the necessary parts press B to go back and go to the tuning selection. Press Up to select the handling style and select yes to change it. Push the blue dot all the way to the right for max grip and press A to confirm. Go back out to the main garage car selection area and the achievement will pop.
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