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GT6GarageEditor: How to Edit Your Garage in Gran Turismo 6




Gran Turismo 6 is a racing simulation game that allows you to drive and customize hundreds of cars on various tracks and locations. However, if you want to take your garage to the next level, you might want to use GT6GarageEditor, a tool that lets you edit your garage in Gran Turismo 6 with more options and features than the game itself. In this article, we will explain what GT6GarageEditor is, how to use it, and what are the benefits and risks of using it.




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What is GT6GarageEditor?




GT6GarageEditor is a tool that allows you to edit your garage in Gran Turismo 6 with more options and features than the game itself. With GT6GarageEditor, you can create and customize your own cars, or modify the existing ones, with parameters such as power, weight, torque, grip, aerodynamics, suspension, brakes, tires, transmission, drivetrain, engine, body, color, wheels, decals, and more. You can also create and customize your own hybrids, or mix and match parts from different cars to create unique combinations. You can also edit your garage slots, credits, mileage points, level, trophies, licenses, and more.


GT6GarageEditor is not an official tool from the game developers or publishers. It is a third-party tool created by fans and modders of Gran Turismo 6. It is not supported or endorsed by the game developers or publishers. It is not available on the PlayStation Store or any other official source. It is only available on some websites or forums that offer GT6GarageEditor for download.


How to use GT6GarageEditor?




To use GT6GarageEditor, you need to have a PlayStation 3 console with a custom firmware (CFW) installed. A CFW is a modified version of the official firmware that allows you to run homebrew applications and games on your console. You also need to have a copy of Gran Turismo 6 installed on your console or on a USB drive. You also need to have a computer with a Windows operating system and a USB port available. You also need to have a USB cable that can connect your console and your computer.


To use GT6GarageEditor, you need to follow these steps:


  • Download GT6GarageEditor from a reliable and secure website that offers it for download. You can use a search engine like Google or Bing to find these websites or ask for advice from your friends or colleagues who have already used GT6GarageEditor. For example, you can visit the YouTube channel of Josh or Razerman who offer GT6GarageEditor for download.



  • Check the details and reviews of the website and the files before downloading them. Make sure that the website is legitimate and protected and that the files are authentic and complete. Avoid websites that ask for personal or financial information or that have suspicious or negative comments from other users.



  • Click on the button or link of download on the website and follow the instructions to download GT6GarageEditor on your computer. You might need to create an account or log in to access the download option. You might also need to accept some terms and conditions before downloading.



  • Once you have downloaded GT6GarageEditor on your computer unzip it with a software like WinRAR or 7-Zip if necessary. You will get two files: a file .exe for GT6GarageEditor and a file .bin for the dump flash.



  • Turn off your console and unplug it from the power source.



  • Connect your console to your computer via a USB cable. You can find this cable in the box of your console or buy it in an electronics store.



  • Launch the file .exe of GT6GarageEditor on your computer. You will see a window with several options and settings.



  • Select the COM port corresponding to the connection between your console and your computer. For example COM1 or COM2.



  • Select the speed (baud rate) at 115200 bps.



  • Select the option "All Chunk" in the section "Mode".



  • Click on the button "Browse" in the section "File" and choose the file .bin of the dump flash that you have downloaded.



  • Click on the button "Start" in the section "Action".