Sega GT 2002 Cheats - XBX

Game Description:Go down to your local dealership, pick up a car, and tear up the racing circuit in Sega GT 2002. Play in Career, Time Attack, Quick Battle, or Chronicle modes. Use your winnings to buy repairs, upgrades, or other vehicles for your career. Includes over 100 cars with real-world handling and real-world prices. Balance your costs with your performance, or you could find yourself running out of money quickly. You can buy used parts, but beware: you get what you pay for.
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Sega GT 2002 Cheats

  • Recommended Ford GT Concept

    Get the ford gt concept and fix it up you will beat the whole game trust me I beat it with that car

  • Getting easy money

    By getting the GT40 Concept car from the Season 1 Official Races. You can buy it for $150,000 then sell it for $185,000 to $195,000. Most of the time it takes 2-3 game days to sell the car.

  • Getting cheaper parts)

    In the used parts menu, pick a part and check the price. Exit the screen and repeat a few times. The price may drop down by as much as a couple hundred dollars upon returning.

  • Getting easy money

    Take your fastest car into the OVAL TRACK. Try not to hit anything and you will get a PERFECT rating and extra money along with it.

  • Getting Nitrous Oxide

    By losing drag races on days that end in 5 (eg 5, 25, 105) and returning to the screen for the parts shop following the drag race, you will now be on the 6 numbered day. Find question mark at the end of all the parts, following the turbos. You need the bolt on turbo to get Nitrous oxide.

  • Recommended Car

    best car in the game to me, Is the tippo 33/2. You will earn it eventually and when you do don't sell it, put all the parts on that will boost up your car and put all 3 weight reductions and the car will way 534Kg(1174.80 pounds) lightest car in the game and will catch and blow by both of the ford gt concept cars. My car does the 1/4 of a mile...

  • How to control replay views

    While in MAIN VIEW mode, use the Left Analog-stick to move it up, down, left, or right; and L and R to zoom in and out.