Mercedes AMG GT4 ACC Setups Bundle 1.9

Assetto Corsa Compeizione GT4 Setups

Here’s the complete list of all the GT4 setups from the major cars and tracks in the Assetto Corsa Competizione game.

The major cars include The Mercedes AMG GT4, The Porsche Cayman, the BMW GT4 and the McLaren GT4.

acc gt4 car setups

Once setup properly, all these cars are pretty fun to drive in ACC with great handling physics.

Mercedes AMG GT4

Mercedes AMG GT4 ACC Setups

Audi R8 LMS GT4

Audi R8 LMS GT4 ACC Setups


BMW M4 GT4 ACC Setups

Porsche Cayman GT4

Porsche Cayman GT4 ACC Setups

McLaren 570S GT4

McLaren 570S GT4 ACC Setups

Alpine A110 GT4

Alpine A110 GT4 ACC Setups

Ginetta G55 GT4

Ginetta G55 GT4 ACC Setups

Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4

Aston Martin V8 Vantage GT4 ACC Setups

Chevrolet Camaro GT4

Chevrolet Camaro ACC GT4 Setups

DIY vs Pro GT4 Setups

Developing great car setups is tough guys, it’s a constant trade-off between downforce and mechanical grip, front grip vs rear grip, car rotation vs traction, etc…

That’s why I always suggest sim racers to spend a few dollars purchasing a proven GT4 setup developed by the PROs instead of spending tons of time and energy tuning their own setup.

Any track requires a specific setup that will differ from one car to the other.

That’s why it’s incredibly challenging to find the sweet spot on some cars and tracks, therefore spending a few bucks on a setup or two can save so much time and frustration.

Before we go any further, I have to say that these setups can work as a guide, but knowing how your car behaves and what the track requires is always the best way to get great results.

But don’t get me wrong, A good setup is like having a starting line in your pocket and can definitely help you set fastest laps and win online races.

So let’s get started with the complete ACC GT4 setup list.

What is the best GT4 car in ACC?

The best GT4 car is ACC is the Mercedes AMG GT4 since it’s got so much car handling and braking efficiency.

You can literally brake into the corner like a GT3 car since you’re able to slow the car down so rapidly.

Moreover, the rear is very stable and so you’ll find it easy to take the optimal racing line and carry tons of speed through the corners.

The Audi R8 GT4 and the Porsche Cayman are also great cars to drive though they can’t be compared to the Mercedes in my opinion.

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