Stunt Superhero achievement in Forza Horizon 4

Stunt Superhero

Get 3 stars on every PR Stunt.

Stunt Superhero0
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How to unlock the Stunt Superhero achievement

  • SighrisSighris1,848,120
    06 Oct 2018 04 Oct 2018 05 Oct 2018
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    Writing this since other solution is messy and most info in comments.

    Cars(tune creator):
    2016 Ariel Nomad (Weebok)
    2017 Koenigsegg Agera RS (Don Joewon Song)*
    2006 Formula Drift #43 Dodge Viper SRT (Tiptronik)**
    1994 Mazda MX-5 Miata (Spilner)
    2015 Ultima Evo Coupe 1020 (Spilner)

    *Car only available in car pass.

    ** This car is only available if u have formula drift car pack but makes all drift zones easy. Turn off stability/traction and leave car in 3rd gear.

    Danger Signs: Agera
    Speed traps: Agera
    Speed Zones(street and several dirt): Agera
    Speed zones (dirt) Nomad
    Drift zones: mix up between Dodge, Mazda, and Ultima

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    SpybreakerI can't drift, haha, but that Mazda MX-5 with the drift tune helped me finally get this. Thank you so much!
    Posted by Spybreaker on 04 Jan at 06:57
    DJ StottyIf anyone is struggling with M68 speed trap. I eventually used 2010 mosler MT900S with my tune M68, creator DJ Stotty.

    Start from the south to the right of the Astmoor sign, and you should have no problem hitting 270mph. If you hit traffic just rewind.
    Posted by DJ Stotty on 06 Feb at 13:03
    ImmenseCookieDon Joewon Song's tunes have all been removed from the game since May 2020, can someone provide a suitable replacement tune for the Agera please? Or replacement vehicle and tune combo? Sighris?
    Posted by ImmenseCookie on 30 Apr at 12:06
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  • JTortoJTorto296,544
    02 Nov 2018
    56 8 12
    I struggled with the offroad Speed Zones using the Ariel Nomad (and the Aggera was too bouncy). I found that making my own Lambo Huracan Rally car by basically upgrading to a V12, twin turbo, adding all engine upgrades, weight reduction, etc but then using Rally tires and Rally suspension. No tuning required, just strapping on parts. I found the rally Huracan to be faster and more stable than the Nomad, and less bouncy than the Aggera
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    RAVENxSPEEDSTERThis setup is so much better and easier to control so thanks a lot.
    Posted by RAVENxSPEEDSTER on 17 Oct 19 at 21:22
    XJCreek87After reading dozens upon dozens of comments of people not being able to do the Dirt Speed Zones, I realized I breezed through them with my own setup in the Hoonigan Ford RS200 Evolution.
    It was so easy with my setup, I didn't even think people were having trouble with them.
    Since so many people were having trouble with it, I uploaded my Tune. I didn't really change much with the car, as it was basically built for this.
    And for those doing Forzathon Live, it's one of the best overall cars to take into it.

    Creator: XJCreek87
    Tune: Dirt Speed Zone

    It's not going to break any records, but it gets the job done with ease!
    Every single one of my Dirt Speed Zones was 3* with this setup.
    Posted by XJCreek87 on 12 Jun 20 at 15:00
    Not UltimateTried the Lambo but it was terrible for me, also tried that tune someone mentioned in a comment from padgham300 but that was even worse because it's AWD lol
    Posted by Not Ultimate on 04 Jul 20 at 06:24
  • pzhunterpzhunter395,846
    18 Oct 2018 15 Oct 2018 18 Oct 2018
    58 29 12
    If you use other cars, still feel Drift zones is hard,u can try this car :FORD F-100(Tiptronik)
    It work for me,i use it to get 3stars in all of the drift zones,:)
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    VenturaDKIt really is a great car for drifting at least on regular roads. On dirt roads I can't get it to work. Nevertheless - thumps up on the solution.
    Posted by VenturaDK on 08 Nov 18 at 07:21
    AndHowAreYaNoware you guys using manual? what gear? I"m having a hell of a time with the s-bends drift zone
    Posted by AndHowAreYaNow on 04 Dec 18 at 22:56
    vanninmans bends drift zone struggled with using the viper tiptronik tune worked for most zones But then tried it in auto got it first go
    Posted by vanninman on 09 Jun 19 at 02:34
  • B4nishedFoxB4nishedFox225,858
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    Not a full solution, but for anyone who found the drift zone's seemingly impossible (like me - couldn't drift to save my life!) here's what I'd suggest if you have the formula drift cars. I know some people might argue about these settings but it's What I found worked best for me :)

    Car - 2006 Formula Drift #43 Dodge Viper SRT10
    Tune - Drift Zone by Tiptronik ( Car class : S2 982 )

    I had the following settings:

    Braking - ABS On
    Steering - Simulation
    Traction Control - Off
    Stability Control - Off
    Shifting - Automatic ( I only turned this off for the last one I had to do which was S-Bend, although I'd now reccomend to turn it to manual for other zones as well if you're having difficulty)
    Driving Line - Braking Only
    Damage & Tyre Wear - Simulation (This can actually help a little on some once tyre's get a bit worn!)
    Rewind - On

    Feather the accelerator! I found this was so important when in a great slide to keep it going. You'll end up getting a bit of a feel for it however, and there are times when (especially in manual shifting) you can just hold it down.

    If using manual shifting ( which really helps with not making the car go too fast ) I'd set it into 2nd gear and leave it there perminantly.

    Don't try to use the handbrake, you're more likely to spin out or slow down too much, if you need to brake just tap the normal brakes.

    Some of the drift zones it seems easier to attain the score if you've entered it from a certain direction, keep trying and see if there's one where you're score is consistantly higher - however I'd keep driving back through each way as you never know when you'll get lucky with a great slide!

    Using rewind can be great if you spin off or do something terrible - however beware it can be very hard to control the car when resuming play, so constantly relying on rewind isn't great and you can end up scoring much less.



    Some of the drift zones seem almost impossible to get the target score, but keep trying you'll get there eventually :)
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