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#76 Posted : Monday, January 21, 2019 7:20:05 AM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: V12 SprungBoss Go to Quoted Post
@HIR07A and @decto both of you forgot mention becomming part of "legendary" painter or tuner cartel what is way to make hundreas of millions in just one day. But all other stuff you nailed it allready.


How does one do this, exactly?
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#77 Posted : Monday, January 21, 2019 7:20:49 AM(UTC)
Don't forget all the wheelspins and cash hidden in the cars themselves. Always check the skills trees for every car you get into. Some take ~20 points to get 200-300k payouts(like the 240 Z432 or Porsche 930), and many only take 3 points to get to a wheelspin, some of those give you two spins. You can also get MORE wheelspins just for spending the points.

If you have lots of skill points, you can buy a 930 turbo for 150k, unlock the 300k (and one of the two wheelspins)and make a profit just by HAVING the car and some points. You can probably try to sell them in the AH, but I just delete them as it's too much of a hassle for the 15k you'll get. Don't bother spending another 20 points for the top wheelspin though, you can get to another wheelspin/300k combo for just one more point. There are several cars that have the same tree, there are lists here somewhere.

Use high skill point cars like the Renault 5 FE maxed out with perks that can get 7X multipliers(10 on a skill song) with two-hit protection for strings and you can rack up a bunch just goofing off using one for point-to-point travel and goofing around in skill areas. Then take the perks and 'buy' yourself some profit :) If you listen to timeless, some skill songs are over 7:30 long. At the airport, you can get 5+ full skill changes(500k/10 points) on one of those songs, and potentially end up with enough to 'cash out' at least three Porsches, giving you a guaranteed 450k profit and usually 6 wheelspins just pushing a few buttons in the menu. If you're doing skill chains, stop dead at 500,001 points, after that it's worthless. Anything under will add to the next incomplete skill point, after 500k, you don't get any more credit.



Not sure I would bother trying to become a 'legendary painter'. What you have to do is sit around in your underwear waiting for the first second you can get a new DLC car and paint it one color and put up your 'work' in the market. For some reason people will download that super special hue of green you put on it thousands of times??? You COULD make one decal of a well-endowed anime character you could dump on the side, flip the car and copy all if you really want to guarantee 'legendary' status. It can be fairly crappy as the pics are so small it will take a download to figure out if it actually looks decent. You have about 8 minutes to get it done from the time the DLC goes live, good luck!

If you are a truly talented painter with hundreds of 5 star liveries you made in previous FM games, by the time you upload your incredibly detailed painstaking designs and recreations(even an import) you'll be too late to the punch for anyone to ever see it. Then you have to become an online real-estate agent to get your stuff out on the internet outside of the game to get players to somehow see that you made it. Hopefully, after investing even more hours, someone may actually download it.

Edited by user Monday, January 21, 2019 7:46:09 AM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#78 Posted : Monday, January 21, 2019 12:25:16 PM(UTC)
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Buy a Shark Card.


teehee, I remember that and the cheat code days!
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#79 Posted : Monday, January 21, 2019 2:13:18 PM(UTC)
I bought Edinburgh castle with my last few pennies, within 2 minutes I had 10 million back! I sold cars on the Auction that I had painted, and they just Bought out. It was rare for my cars to buy at full price, but I was lucky.
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#80 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 9:20:42 AM(UTC)
Hey guys
I wonder how do you guys make money and get skill points in FH4, i have yet not found a way to make max money/credits.
Do you guys have good tips for that?
Have a great day
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#81 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 9:33:52 AM(UTC)
The beach/dunes by the castle are good for racking up skill points use a rally monster.. re-invest the skill points into it's skill tree as you get them...

Tree plantation is another good one keep jumping back and fore across the railway embankment and demolishing trees combined with drifting...
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#82 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 10:05:41 AM(UTC)
Cash flows pretty freely as you progress. Wheel-spins and prize payouts are handed out like candy. You might need to buy new cars as you start out, but after a while, you can refrain from buying any autoshow cars unless you want one specifically, or need one for something specific. You will fill your garage just fine from wheelspins and prize cars, which will let you save your cash. Sell duplicates at the auction house, or from the wheelspin directly if prompted. If one comes up that you know has a decent cash perk, keep it, and unlock the perk.

Progress through the Fortune Island treasure hunt for something like 10 million total, though you may have to buy the odd car to pass the riddles.

Skill points come fairly easily as you play, but you can find places to grind, like V6PBS says. The beach, the airstrip, and so on. Combine this with Forza edition cars with skills boosts and perks, and keep grinding until you either get enough, or get bored, whichever comes first.
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#83 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 1:31:41 PM(UTC)
For skill points you probably want to use a car with the 7x multiplier. I think the Renault 5 Turn FE is best for skill point grinding if you have it. Unlock it’s “first collision doesn’t break chain” perk, then 7x perk, then any other skill point perks it has.

For grinding race event influence the M5 FE and GTR-LM FE are good

For grinding credits through races the 8C FE is good.

For credits from skill trees here’s a very good link-
https://www.kudosprime.com/fh4/perks.php?id=27
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#84 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 1:41:00 PM(UTC)
Originally Posted by: EpicTITAN43 Go to Quoted Post
I wonder how do you guys make money and get skill points in FH4,

How I did it when I set out was by just playing the game, but when that peaked and I wanted more credits, I did the following and found it the easiest way to amass loads of "Skill Points" and credits:

1. Get the "BMW M6 Forza Edition" (if you haven't won it already in a wheelspin, it is available quite cheaply in the "Auction House").

2. Max out the "Skill Tree" in the "BMW M6 FE" (gives you x7 multiplier).

3. Check out video on Youtube by the legend, "Don Joewon Song" titled "How to earn 600 Perk-Points EVERY HOUR!!!!"
https://www.youtube.com/...ature=youtu.be&t=380

4. Using the tips from the above video, accumulate as many skill points as you like.

5. Buy loads of "Austin Healy 3000 MKIIIs" in the "Auction House" for Cr5000.

Most of the "Austin Healy 3000 MKIIIs", will be untouched, meaning no-one will have spent any "Skill Points" on them.

6. Spend 4 "Skill Points" to buy the 2 "Perks" that will give you a regular "Wheel Spin".

7. After processing the "Austin Healy 3000 MKIIIs" you have purchased, remove/delete them from your garage (do not sell in the "AH").

This is important, so you don't end up buying them back later on with the "Perks" already removed.

The prizes from the wheelspins normally far outweigh what you would get from selling the "Austin Healy 3000 MKIIIs" anyway.

Admittedly, it is a little laborious and there may be other ways (such as reaching "Legendary Painter" or "Legendary Tuner"), but they take a long time to reach, before you can reap the rewards.

Personally I currently have 999,999,999 plus about 2,000,000,000 waiting to be collected from the AH (but I'm maxed out already).

Edited by user Tuesday, November 26, 2019 1:42:36 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#85 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 2:01:03 PM(UTC)
If you buy, and sell in the auction house you can make many millions a day. Buy a car cheap, and sell it for a lot more. Or you can do a few laps of the Goliath driving the Alfa Romeo Giulia FE which boosts all your skill points whilst driving, and also when finishing the race. You get loads of money too.
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#86 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 2:46:41 PM(UTC)
I second the Renault FE. It is by far the best car to gain points. Its the car I used the most when grinding skill points on the beach. Drifting, jumps and wreckage can all be had near the castle. If you can get a nice skill song, you can get to x10 pretty quickly. 50K times 10 is 500K max of 10 points. If you do it without a skill song, 72K puts you at about 500K for 10 skill points which is the max out number. Anything over 500K will still only get you 10 skills
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#87 Posted : Tuesday, November 26, 2019 2:59:55 PM(UTC)
My favourite was to use a highway loop in a clean skills car as I got bored of my poor drifting or bouncing around over the sand dunes.

Pick a clean racing / speed skills or similar car. Bently Continental FE, MC12 FE ? , Zonda FE
Find a highway loop map where the AI aren't too competitive.
Set to unbeatable, turn off most assists

Race for 10 laps (35 mins) per time.

You'll collect approx 500k credits, lots of wheelspins and skill points (perk points)
Spend these as above on either the Austins or buy the 86 I think porsche and spend 19 skill points for 300k back (150k profit) + 1 per for an extra wheel spin.
Spending perks give influence = levels = more wheel spins = more prizes.

I think I've bought less than 3 cars from autoshow.

In the average evening it was around 10m credits with all the prizes etc. added up.

Of course these days you can make a lot more in the auction house flipping expensive cars.
Cars that sell for >10m often are sold for min buyout, a few hundred k.

Currently the Ford 150 DD can often be bought for 138k yet sells for 16m on buyout most times.
Trouble is you need to be patient and fast with the buyout sequence as they only flash up for seconds.
E.g. set the max buyout price to ~1m and just buyout asap when you see the box appear - no hesitation.

You only have to score 1 car per evening to make the same cash you'd get driving all night.
It is really competitive though, I probably win 20% after a lot of practice but I bagged quite a few recently.
I did it so much chasing PO cars in the early days I can practically do it in my perhiperal vision with the new simple search so often watching youtube or similar while hunting.

Have fun
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#88 Posted : Thursday, November 28, 2019 12:50:06 PM(UTC)
How can I possibly make enough money to get a ford gt40 when i cant buy money and races only get me like 12 000 dollars. Are these cars just there as a taunt
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#89 Posted : Thursday, November 28, 2019 3:08:36 PM(UTC)
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How can I possibly make enough money to get a ford gt40 when i cant buy money and races only get me like 12 000 dollars. Are these cars just there as a taunt


Race for much longer by using or finding a blueprint.

Miles driven = cash + wheelspins + influence (leads to more wheel spins)
Somewhere you can drive at high speed in a clean skills or speed skills car like a highway loop
You can make perk point by drifting or stunting and then use 19 of those to double your money with a 1982 porsche or 1969 Nissan fairlady + 1 extra perk point for a wheel spin.
These have 300k credits in the skill tree and cost 150k .... just don't buy from the auction house as likely the skills are used.

Sure it's a grind..... but then it's a racing game.

You can make 8-10m credits in an evening if you try + do as many events as you can to get wheelspins, cars to sell or hold for events.
Forzathon points can get you rare cars cheap.

Don't buy cars unless you really need it for an event.

As you go through the game it throws cars at you, some of which you can sell, others keep for events etc
A lot of cars are cheaper in the Auction house, but check before buying as some aren't.

Google is your friend.

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#90 Posted : Thursday, November 28, 2019 3:20:14 PM(UTC)
If you have a few forzathon points its in the black friday sales for 3 hours
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#91 Posted : Thursday, November 28, 2019 8:09:28 PM(UTC)
I did race long races at first, earning about 250k and buying cheap cars, putting some nice paint job on them and selling them for around 300k profit. Also did some of that Porsche stuff.
Then realized that I was doing it wrong, did some auction house search and went to proper wheeling and dealing - buy for 150k, sell in seconds for 8M (that was before new auction house prices.
But in short while I did end up with every car in game in garage, all houses and 800M. Now I just do weekly challenges without PG and I'm almost on 900M now

Edited by user Thursday, November 28, 2019 8:10:19 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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#92 Posted : Thursday, November 28, 2019 8:18:30 PM(UTC)
use a credit boost horizon edition vehicle loaded up with all the perks.
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#93 Posted : Thursday, November 28, 2019 10:02:12 PM(UTC)
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How can I possibly make enough money to get a ford gt40 when i cant buy money and races only get me like 12 000 dollars. Are these cars just there as a taunt


All the following cars have a money perk of up to 300,000cr

You just have to earn skill points from driving around and then spend the points on the perks for the car to get the credits:








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#94 Posted : Friday, November 29, 2019 4:37:54 AM(UTC)
I've never had to grind for money in this game like I did in FH3. Between credits earned from racing, perk upgrades, wheelspins, super wheelspins, and selling extra cars in the auction house, I'm sitting above 213 million right now with every legitimately available car in the game in my garage (730+ cars in the garage right now).
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#95 Posted : Friday, November 29, 2019 6:05:09 AM(UTC)
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I've never had to grind for money in this game like I did in FH3. Between credits earned from racing, perk upgrades, wheelspins, super wheelspins, and selling extra cars in the auction house, I'm sitting above 213 million right now with every legitimately available car in the game in my garage (730+ cars in the garage right now).


Buying, and selling goes through stages where it's easy, and then not so easy. 6 months ago the GT40 could be bought for 1 Million, and sold for 5 million, you could do that 10 times in an hour. Before that the Volkswagen Van FE could be bought for 100000, and sold for 1 Million. It's just finding the right car that sells high without legendary status.
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#96 Posted : Friday, November 29, 2019 4:57:26 PM(UTC)
True dat ... just got a Regalia from the black Friday deals ... sold the regalia D for 5 mill and the regalia itself for 1 mill ... 6 mill for nothing and I don't even need cash now
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#97 Posted : Friday, November 29, 2019 5:24:14 PM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: TheBlueStig Go to Quoted Post
I've never had to grind for money in this game like I did in FH3. Between credits earned from racing, perk upgrades, wheelspins, super wheelspins, and selling extra cars in the auction house, I'm sitting above 213 million right now with every legitimately available car in the game in my garage (730+ cars in the garage right now).


Buying, and selling goes through stages where it's easy, and then not so easy. 6 months ago the GT40 could be bought for 1 Million, and sold for 5 million, you could do that 10 times in an hour. Before that the Volkswagen Van FE could be bought for 100000, and sold for 1 Million. It's just finding the right car that sells high without legendary status.


Again, repetitive selling of "money cars" is not something I've ever had to do, I've only sold the cars I get from wheelspins and racing unlocks. I learned that there has always been a pattern to the wheelspins, both regular spins and super spins. If your timing is good enough, you can get it to land on what you want.
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#98 Posted : Saturday, November 30, 2019 12:29:43 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: AquaPainter168 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: TheBlueStig Go to Quoted Post
I've never had to grind for money in this game like I did in FH3. Between credits earned from racing, perk upgrades, wheelspins, super wheelspins, and selling extra cars in the auction house, I'm sitting above 213 million right now with every legitimately available car in the game in my garage (730+ cars in the garage right now).


Buying, and selling goes through stages where it's easy, and then not so easy. 6 months ago the GT40 could be bought for 1 Million, and sold for 5 million, you could do that 10 times in an hour. Before that the Volkswagen Van FE could be bought for 100000, and sold for 1 Million. It's just finding the right car that sells high without legendary status.


Again, repetitive selling of "money cars" is not something I've ever had to do, I've only sold the cars I get from wheelspins and racing unlocks. I learned that there has always been a pattern to the wheelspins, both regular spins and super spins. If your timing is good enough, you can get it to land on what you want.


Timing?

Have you had some good wheelspin outcomes and jumped to the conclusion you were responsible?

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#99 Posted : Saturday, November 30, 2019 3:55:22 AM(UTC)
Some of the answers here... you people don't know how hard you're making it for yourselves.
1. Racing is not how you make money, it's how you lose most of your money - by building cars you want to race.
2. 8-10 million an evening if you try hard enough and do all the racing. 80-100 million by buying and selling for an hour and then forget about it for the next week or two.
3. HOW do you lack money in a game that showers you with cash for every little thing you do, wheelspins are given by a bucket load in FH4.
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#100 Posted : Saturday, November 30, 2019 3:58:59 AM(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: AquaPainter168 Go to Quoted Post
Originally Posted by: TheBlueStig Go to Quoted Post
I've never had to grind for money in this game like I did in FH3. Between credits earned from racing, perk upgrades, wheelspins, super wheelspins, and selling extra cars in the auction house, I'm sitting above 213 million right now with every legitimately available car in the game in my garage (730+ cars in the garage right now).


Buying, and selling goes through stages where it's easy, and then not so easy. 6 months ago the GT40 could be bought for 1 Million, and sold for 5 million, you could do that 10 times in an hour. Before that the Volkswagen Van FE could be bought for 100000, and sold for 1 Million. It's just finding the right car that sells high without legendary status.


Again, repetitive selling of "money cars" is not something I've ever had to do, I've only sold the cars I get from wheelspins and racing unlocks. I learned that there has always been a pattern to the wheelspins, both regular spins and super spins. If your timing is good enough, you can get it to land on what you want.


I don't think it's timed, I have programmed a wheelspin in the past, and mine wasn't timed. Mine would pick the results before the spin even happened, and then it would fake slowing down to those exact results... which looked totally realistic.
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