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      03-22-2017 07:35 PM #401
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      If you want racing on the track then you're looking at Forza 6. Horizon 3 is mainly focused on street racing and some offroad races. It's a modern Need For speed Underground without ugly spoilers and lambo doors

      Sorry Im a little out of the loop on console gaming but does Forza 6 still have a large community that still plays?

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      03-23-2017 11:29 AM #402
      You might want to check out the forum to see how active it is.


      https://forums.forzamotorsport.net/t...orsport-6.aspx

      I still see the FB live fee posts all the time so it seems very active.

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      04-07-2017 01:32 PM #404
      damn that looks good.
      welcome to the layer cake

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      Ha.Ha. Thanks

      Yeah when I won it last night on a wheel spin I was thinking what the hell am I going to do w/that beast. Once I dropped it and picked a color I was like "Damn" I want this in real life.

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      Porsche has returned to Forza, this time bigger and better than ever! Today Porsche and Turn 10 have announced an in-depth six-year partnership on a variety of Forza franchise initiatives. The Forza/Porsche partnership begins today with the launch of the Porsche Car Pack for Forza Horizon 3, bringing seven amazing new Porsche models to the Horizon Festival. In addition to the pack, we’ve also got a series of new #Forzathon events starting in April where everyone can earn Porsche reward cars at no additional charge.

      In addition to all the great cars coming to Forza Horizon 3, Porsche will be making its esports debut as part of the next season of the Forza Racing Championship (ForzaRC), which kicks off this weekend with the Forza Racing Championship New York Invitational. This epic live esports racing event will be broadcast live on April 15 and 16 from Microsoft’s flagship store in New York City. In addition, Season 3 of the Forza Racing Championship will begin on May 1, and registration for the new competitive season is available now. For more information on the ForzaRC New York Invitational, check out our complete story here on FM.net.

      Porsche Car Pack
      Available today, the Forza Horizon 3 Porsche Car Pack adds seven acclaimed Porsche vehicles to the open world of Australia’s Horizon Festival, including Porsche models making their debut on this console generation. With this pack, players will experience prime examples of the breadth and depth of Porsche’s automotive history from classic racing models like the 1960 718 RS 60 to modern-day powerhouses like the 2016 911 GT3 RS and more.

      Let’s take a closer look at the cars in the Porsche Car Pack:

      2016 Porsche 911 GT3 RS
      There was much consternation over potential changes to the track-focused, top-of-the-line neunelf (that’s German for “911”) before its release. Would Porsche move the engine from Ferdinand Porsche’s anointed rear-placement? Would turbo-charging be utilized? In the end, the answer was no to both questions. The latest GT3 RS is naturally-aspirated and the incredible 4.0-liter flat-six is in the rear, where it was meant to be. Adding to 500 horsepower and its screaming-high redline, the RS is 22 pounds lighter than the already lithe GT3. Rear-wheel steering and all the accouterments of the best track car on the planet are also right where they should be.

      2016 Porsche Cayman GT4
      You might think of the Cayman GT4 as the little brother to the 911 GT3. However, it is in many ways its equal, albeit in a smaller and different package. The GT4’s engine is based on that of a Carrera S, but it is mounted ahead of the rear axle. To do so, the 3.8-liter flat-six was rotated 180 degrees, and in doing so the GT4’s driving characteristics are distinctive of a mid-engine design. Moving that weight forward delivers more predictable handling and improved balance. You may consider the Cayman GT4 entry-level, but what you are entering is the highest level of driving exhilaration. Put the GT4 through its paces and you will immediately become a fan.

      2017 Porsche Panamera Turbo
      When the Panamera was introduced in 2009 it had everything you would expect in a four-door sedan from Porsche (even if you never expected the legendary performance car company to build a four-door sedan). For 2017, everything but the concept and the Porsche badge have been updated. In the turbo model, you get an all-new turbo-charged V8 that makes 550 horsepower with only minimal boost. Make no mistake, this is a luxury sedan that can remove all but the nastiest road failings from your driving experience. And once you engage the Sport settings, it becomes a formidable sports car. This is a true evolution of the Panamera that represents a new definition of what a super-sedan can be.

      1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS
      Among Porsche fans, the 1973 Porsche 911 Carrera RS is a beloved icon. It was with this model that the 911’s considerable racing history began in earnest. With the 917 Can-Am racer scheduled to retire due to rule changes, Porsche dove into GT Racing. Beginning with a 1972 911 S, engineers bored it out, raised the compression, and did everything imaginable to lighten it. Fiberglass replaced sheet metal, thin window glass was installed, and almost all amenities were removed. Even the Porsche badge was replaced with a sticker. To meet racing rule requirements Porsche had to produce at least 500 Carrera RS models. The car was so popular that 1,580 ended up being produced in 1973. Designed for the track, the Carrera RS has responsive, communicative handling and enough power to make it competitive against much newer, more technologically advanced models. It just goes to show that when Porsche puts its collective minds towards creating something new, the result is timeless.

      1995 Porsche 911 GT2
      In keeping with Porsche’s philosophy of producing genuine sports cars by applying track-proven technologies, the 911 GT2 is somewhere between a perfect track day car and the ultimate road car. Following the lead of the 1973 Carrera RS, minimum weight and maximum power are key ingredients. The GT2’s 3.6-liter, twin-turbo flat-six makes upwards of 424 horsepower and its lightweight construction has kept both total weight and unsprung weight to a minimum. Fully adjustable suspension incorporates a unique spring and damper system that provides unmatched traction on any road surface. Supplementing the GT2’s handling precision and agility is a 60/40 differential lock that provides additional grip whether you’re on the gas or coasting. While embracing the classic 911’s curvaceous form, the GT2 has tones of aero that affords additional downforce at the front axle. So, whether you’re streaking at top speed or blasting through tight corners, you can count on the 911 GT2 making you look good while keeping the rubber side down.

      1955 Porsche 550A Spyder
      Known as the “Giant Killer,” the 550 was Porsche’s first foray into building cars specifically designed for racing. Actor James Dean bought and intended to race his 550 at Salinas in the fall of 1955 but died in a car accident shortly after completing filming of the movie “Giant.” The 550 with a Type 547 1.5-liter, flat-four, air-cooled engine produced a little more than 100 horsepower. One of the biggest steps forward was the space-frame tubular chassis which made it immensely lighter than its racing competition, as well as more rigid and stable. This car set in motion Porsche’s racing prominence and helped build a reputation that sparked global sales. The 550 is nimble, agile, well-balanced, and quick even bone stock. It generates a feeling of confidence when being pushed through corners. Even when pitted against heavier, larger displacement cars, the 550A proves that bigger is not always better.

      1960 Porsche 718 RS 60
      The 718 RS 60 represents the evolution of the “Giant Killer” 550A Spyder. This open-cockpit race car brought a 160hp 1.6-liter, quad-cam, mid-engine layout to bear and improved front torsion bars that resembled the letter K (hence the model became known as the “RSK”). Rearward, the new double-wishbone suspension gave this already nimble machine even more apex-hunting ability. In 1960, the RS 60 won the 12 Hours of Sebring, the Targa Florio, and defended its European Hill Climb Championship. In an era where the RSK competed against Ferraris with nearly double the displacement, the mighty 718 tied the cars from Maranello for the manufacturer’s championship in the 1960 World Sportscar Championship. Put the 718 on a pedestal and admire its form or its accomplishments in racing; either will leave an impression like few others.

      Porsche + #Forzathon
      The Porsche Car Pack isn’t the only way we’re celebrating the new partnership between Forza and Porsche. Starting this week, we’ll be serving up brand new #Forzathon events each week, with amazing Porsche reward cars! Here’s a sneak peek at the events and cars available in April:



      Note that you don’t need to own the Porsche Car Pack to get these special #Forzathon reward cars. Just like any #Forzathon event, all you need to do is complete the event and the reward car can be yours.
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      04-13-2017 10:04 AM #408
      anybody able to get the Porsche pack yesterday?

      I hadn't played FH3 for a while, so it required 2.0 gb of updates before ready to play. after that, I couldn't get the Porsche pack to work at all, and noticed a lot of negative comments on the Forza facebook page.
      welcome to the layer cake

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      04-13-2017 12:01 PM #409
      Mine loaded fine. No real issues. Two of them, when adding to my garage, gave FH3 service issues when populating the design options but when I hit Y and picked a regular color, it worked fine.

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      04-13-2017 02:34 PM #410
      I was having issues at first, but around 9pm it finally was working and let me download it. I'm already loving all the cars, can't wait to get the Forzathon cars.
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    12. 04-13-2017 06:57 PM #411
      How much for the P pack?
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      Miss Daisy might not do all her own work and rub her car with a diaper, but she also wasn't a flatbrim bro who hoped boosted VTAK would make women jump into the car naked at 50mph.

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      04-25-2017 12:26 PM #412
      Still a work in progress replicating the Porsche 908/02

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      04-26-2017 04:33 AM #413
      RWB brought me back to this game, they just need an animation of Nakai with a belt sander when you install it



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      Whats the name of those wheels?
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      04-26-2017 09:00 AM #415
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      Whats the name of those wheels?

      Tenzo R DC-6 in the single piece category

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      04-26-2017 11:06 AM #416


      The Ultimate Fantasy Playground for Cars! The second Forza Horizon 3 expansion – Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels – arrives on May 9 exclusively on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. Starring famous Hot Wheels vehicles like the Twin Mill, the Rip Rod, and the Bone Shaker, Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels promises an automotive adventure unlike anything in Forza history. It is available as part of the Forza Horizon 3 Expansion Pass or as a standalone purchase for $19.99.
      Forza fans, your Hot Wheels fantasies are about to come true! The second Forza Horizon 3 expansion – Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels – arrives on May 9 exclusively on both Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs (Xbox Play Anywhere), and is included in the Forza Horizon 3 Expansion Pass. This expansion lets players travel to a brand-new location in Australia, a place where lazy Sunday drives are replaced by insane high-speed stunts on miles of looping, banking, giant iconic orange Hot Wheels tracks. Starring famous Hot Wheels vehicles like the Twin Mill, the Rip Rod, and the Boneshaker, Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels promises an automotive adventure unlike anything in Forza history.

      Tune in on May 8 for our special world debut livestream of the Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels experience, live from Hot Wheels’ headquarters in Los Angeles, CA. The show kicks off at 1 p.m. PDT and we’ll be showing off an exclusive live look at this new expansion as well as behind-the-scenes fun, special guests and more! Don’t miss it: www.beam.pro/ForzaMotorsport

      Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels takes players to six new themed islands located off the coast of Australia; all connected by a network of Hot Wheels tracks – positioned hundreds of feet in the air – featuring classic Hot Wheels configurations like loops, corkscrews, and more. This is stunt driving at its most extreme, where you can master tracks by performing brand new Hot Wheels skills that make use of boost pads, high-bank turns, half-pipes, insane jumps, and even giant mechanical dinosaurs. If you’re looking to get creative, check out the new Stunt Swap feature to modify stunt track sections and dare your friends to try them.

      Explore the world of Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels in an all-new campaign, completing events on your way towards the ultimate stunt-driving test, an epic Grand Finale taking place on the massive new Hot Wheels Goliath circuit. Hook up with your buddies and compete in online multiplayer racing on Hot Wheels tracks, or find out whose skills reign supreme in a brand-new Playground Arena. Along the way you’ll earn 28 new Xbox Live achievements worth 500 Gamerscore.

      Get ready to explore the world of Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels in ten new cars, including a number of Hot Wheels’ world-famous vehicles, as well as a brand-new Barn Find just waiting to be discovered and restored. Here’s a closer look at the cars:

      1969 Hot Wheels Twin Mill

      When it comes to Hot Wheels, there is nothing more iconic that the over-the-top Twin Mill. Designed by Ira Gilford, who quit his job at Chrysler to design cars for Mattel, the Twin Mill is a prime example of the kind of outlandish concepts that make Hot Wheels such a success story. A life-size, drivable replica was built in part by legendary hot rod designer Boyd Coddington with then upcoming car icon Chip Foose in charge of the build. It was finished by Barry Lobeck years later and debuted at SEMA in 2001. What the Twin Mill lacks in visibility from its detailed cabin, it makes up for in horsepower. Dual-blown Chevy 502 big blocks blast around 1,400 horses, making it one of the most powerful cars in Forza history.



      2011 Hot Wheels Bone Shaker

      Designed by "Mr. Hot Wheels" designer Larry Wood, the Bone Shaker is one of a handful of Hot Wheels deemed popular enough to warrant the creation of a real-life version. Built in 2011 by Picture Car Warehouse, the Bone Shaker carries all the details of the original 1:64 scale model. The trademark skull face with hands gripping the headlights make it clear that this is no run-of-the-mill rat rod. The small-block Chevy motor with headers and straight pipes was built to intimidate in both sound and performance. To show off the interior details and stay true to the original form, the top is open -- although closed-top die-cast versions were also made. Inside, creepy details like the skull-topped spine shifter and the skull-and-crossbones steering wheel pair perfectly with the awesome flame-job on the outside.



      2012 Hot Wheels Rip Rod

      Is it a buggy? It is a hot rod? It doesn’t matter what you call the Rip Rod because this diminutive Hot Wheels ride is ready to shake things up on any surface. This beast is equipped with a souped-up two-cylinder motor that makes better than 100 hp. While that might not seem like much, in this rod, it is more than enough to thrill (or spill depending on your skills behind the wheel). One look at the suspension tells you this tricked out custom is ready for any terrain. This is a super lightweight tube chassis pro-built machine and it’s all Hot Wheels. In short, the Rip Rod really rips.



      2005 Hot Wheels Ford Mustang

      To celebrate 50 years of the iconic Ford pony car, Hot Wheels and specialty-builder Action Vehicle Engineering started with a 2005 Mustang and created this beautiful custom model. Featuring huge fender flares, the car’s oil-cooler lines are routed through the empty grill, and its dramatic (and adjustable) spoiler and rear diffuser all contribute to the look. The wheels are one-of-a-kind, built specially for this car. The purple and orange paint colors and carbon-fiber accents make this Mustang pop that much more. Ready for drifting duty or fit for tracking, this one-off build is as collectible as the 1:64 version it inspired.



      2016 Jeep Trailcat

      What do you get when you cross a lifted Jeep Wrangler shod in 40-inch rock-crawling tires and a Hellcat 707 hp engine? While the answer is quite obviously the 2016 Jeep Trailcat, you may wonder why Chrysler has mixed some of their most hallowed DNA. In fact, the Trailcat was built to attend the 2017 50th running of the Easter Jeep Safari in Moab, Utah. In line with the design of the rock-crawling menaces found in King of the Hammers competition, the Trailcat was designed to clamber over anything in its path and sprint across open ground with wicked abandon. Since you won’t find this factory-built specialty for sale and, unless you are buddies with the Chrysler design team, Forza is the only place you will have a chance to get behind this wheel.



      2016 Zenvo ST1

      When you only produce about one car per year and the interior alone can take up to 8,000 hours – that’s 333 days – it’s ok to expect perfection. Zenvo, Denmark’s super car maker, does just that with an attention to detail you should also expect for a car that costs more than $1.5 million. Power and performance are on par with exotic status with bespoke material throughout. In the nitty-gritty department, there is massive 6.8-liter V8 with a turbo and supercharger. That will get you to 60 mph in less than three-seconds and a top speed over 230 mph. Let the looks grab your eye, take it all in, then get behind the wheel to experience something truly special.



      2007 Toyota Hilux Arctic Trucks AT38

      Unless you are part of a scientific expedition or you decide to sign up for the Artic Trucks experience in Iceland, getting behind the wheel of this specially-fitted Toyota 4x4 in Forza is your sole opportunity to experience its otherworldly capability. Artic Trucks has been fitting out vehicles for the rigors of Icelandic driving since 1990. The AT38 model has been fitted with features such as oversize tires that are ready to tackle any terrain and an articulating suspension that has taken these vehicles as far as the North and South Poles. No matter where you point it, expect the AT38 to conquer any surface with authority.



      2010 Pagani Zonda R

      The Zonda R is a bit of a puzzle. It’s essentially a racecar, and yet it’s not properly sanctioned for any particular racing series. At the same time, it’s not legal to drive on the road, particularly due to its deafening F1-inspired exhaust system. Furthermore, it shares only ten percent of its components with other Zondas with a bespoke bare carbon fiber body, a different AMG-sourced V12 engine pulled from the Mercedes-Benz CLK-GTR racecar, and a gearbox sourced often found in LMP cars. It’s probably best not to try to classify the Zonda R, and just simply to drive it, because doing so is an experience as unique as the car itself. From the straight-cut gear whine to the manic howl of the 740-horsepower engine, it makes all the right noises. With the huge rear wing and fully optimized aero package, the 2,500-lb. car can easily reach 100 mph in less than six seconds on its way well past 200 mph.



      1972 Chrysler VH Valiant Charger R/T E49

      When Australian Minister of Transport Milton Morris called the E49 and its competition “bullets on wheels,” it was the death knell for the muscle cars from down under. Fortunately, the VH Valiant Charger in the E49 configuration was already out and all 149 of them sold like hot cakes. With its mighty 265-cubic-inch slant-six with a racy cam and four-speed, the E49 set a production vehicle acceleration record that would stand for 27 years. Speed and rarity aside, the VH Valiant Charger represents the only car designed completely by Chrysler Australia.



      In addition to the new Hot Wheels expansion, on May 9 we will be releasing an update for Forza Horizon 3 which includes some significant improvements for Windows 10 players. These changes include improved new support for numerous popular driving wheels, improved CPU performance, additional graphical options, and more. Look for the full list of all the improvements coming with the latest update on the day of release.

      Forza Horizon 3 Hot Wheels arrives on May 9 on Xbox One and Windows 10 PCs. It is available now as part of the Forza Horizon 3 Expansion Pass or as a standalone purchase for $19.99.
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      04-26-2017 11:28 AM #417
      this seems kinda fun tbh

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      04-26-2017 02:24 PM #418
      That pisses me off. I know Horizon isnt TOTALLY realistic, but if I wanted some mario kart style arcade game i'd of bought that instead. This really is the final straw which will not have me ever buy any prepaid packages again unless they announce exactly what I'm getting. Now the expansion pass, for me, was a total waste of money. So freakin stupid for a game that is supposed to be at least somewhat realistic in its design.

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      04-26-2017 03:09 PM #419
      Quote Originally Posted by .:RDriver View Post
      That pisses me off. I know Horizon isnt TOTALLY realistic, but if I wanted some mario kart style arcade game i'd of bought that instead. This really is the final straw which will not have me ever buy any prepaid packages again unless they announce exactly what I'm getting. Now the expansion pass, for me, was a total waste of money. So freakin stupid for a game that is supposed to be at least somewhat realistic in its design.

      +1, but i'm glad I didn't buy the pass

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    21. 04-26-2017 04:03 PM #420
      Yup, I won't buy season pass ever again too.
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      04-27-2017 04:33 PM #421
      Wow really? That looks like hilarious fun to me

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      04-27-2017 09:29 PM #422
      Quote Originally Posted by A.Wilder View Post
      Wow really? That looks like hilarious fun to me

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      This.

      All realism went out the window when you could stuff a twin turbo 6.0l V12 into everything and made everything AWD...oh and fling your car off the end of the runway and flip it sixty billion times and drive away.

      and having to jump onto the top of the 12 apostles to get an xp board.

      and racing against power boats. and blimps, and fighter jets, etc, etc, etc.

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      05-03-2017 04:32 AM #423
      Quote Originally Posted by Woodski View Post
      This.

      All realism went out the window when you could stuff a twin turbo 6.0l V12 into everything and made everything AWD...oh and fling your car off the end of the runway and flip it sixty billion times and drive away.

      and having to jump onto the top of the 12 apostles to get an xp board.

      and racing against power boats. and blimps, and fighter jets, etc, etc, etc.
      x2... For instance: Just when you think the game's AI racing is getting kind of fun via getting a good rhythm going on a few of the decent circuit tracks in the game your Ferrari 458 is out-cornered by a Jeep Grand Cherokee...


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      05-10-2017 04:34 PM #424
      Played the expansion for a few hours last night, I was loving it. It's so damn fun, and pretty tough too!
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      05-11-2017 02:18 AM #425
      Yeah if I had FH3 I'd be SO into this. I watched a couple videos and it looks like a ton of fun.
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