You could make more engines available for Swaps, just like you added new wheels and body kits, you could add more engines, this according to the type of car and swaps related to the car’s own brand as in previous games. It would be nice if more engines arrived in the updates.
That would be nice if they did because it would give more options for the car
I wish they would make the turbos and superchargers scream and wine more loud the blow off sounds need to loud also , also the should do something for the lowriders like put daytons on the game for the impalas and make more cars like the 95 cadillac fleetwood or 85 chevy caprice, 85 -87 monte carlos, 58-68 chevy impalas ss
Exactly, that way I would have more options like you said. For example, a classic Chevy instead of having the LS3 (of a car that doesn’t even have it in the game), could have the option of putting a 427 Big Block, or a 454 or even the LT4/LT5 of the newer Corvettes.
I agree, it would be really cool, more options of what to do with the car, not just being tied to the track or off road. And these cars are also very good, the Cadillac Fleetwood and the Caprice, let’s see if with the cars on the cover of Motorsport being GMs they strengthen the relationships and we can have more GM cars, because there are a lot of Fords, Ferraris and Porsches and if putting all GM cars together doesn’t even add up to half the amount of those brands I mentioned.
I wish they added the new 1986 F-150’s V8 as a swap. That thing sounds so cool!
It’s a very good 302 engine with electronic injection, if you could put it in lighter cars it would be even better.
Yes, in older Forza games ( on the xbox 360 era ) we had alot of cool engine swaps, like a 5 cylinder turbo Volvo 850 T5-R engine swap for the Volvo 242, ( very common swap among custom Volvo builders in Sweden )
Also the unique V5 Volkswagen engine, from the Golf V5, could be placed in the VW New Beetle in FM4, the V5 is the only 5 cylinder V engine ever put in a car, all other 5 pots ( petrol or diesel ) have been inline, Audi, Volvo had both petrol and diesel 5 pots, and Mercedes used inline 5 cylinder diesels for a long time ) Fiat had 5 cylinder petrol engines as well in the 90:s and early 2000:s.
Also i would love to see the 4 cylinder 20 valve Volkswagen 1.8 T engine return again, would be perfect for the Mk3 Golf, and the Vw pickup ( Caddy in some markets )
This engine powered so many VAG group cars in the 90:s and 2000:s, so it would be great to have it back again, it has a lot of tuning potential as well.
Or why not a 1.9 TDI engine for the 80:s pickup ? Since the 1.9 replaced the old 1.6 liter diesel, found in the pickup, T3 transporter, Golf and various other Vw:s in the 80:s, it would have been a great step up for the pickup.
Or the sweet sounding 2.5 liter 5 cylinder TDI engine from the 90:s and early 2000:s ? Great sound, and also good tuning potential, if you put a good exhaust system on that engine, it sounds just like a 5 cylinder petrol engine
Another forgotten engine from the 360 era, was the Ford 5 liter Cammer engine, from the 2000:s, it was a great engine swap, that also sounded great, and it also powered the Ford GT GT1 car in the Fia GT Championship as well, since Ford could not use the 5.4 liter supercharged engine from the road going GT.
If we in theory can take CONCEPT car electric motors from Porsche, and throw it in my Audi CONCEPT car…
Why cant we swap more engines we can actually order into cars that actually exist?