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    Default How To Hybrid Gran Turismo PSP Cars Guide [CWCheat]

    How To Hybrid Gran Turismo PSP Cars Guide [CWCheat]
    Gran Turismo PSP How to Hybrid Cars












    REQUIREMENTS

    PSP with Custome Firmware Installed, Gran Turismo PSP US Copy, CWCheat 2.3

    Intro

    My good man known as “Hardtofind” from GTPlanet is the Guy who uncovered & Decoded the codes that make hybriding in GT PSP possible. Give it up for Hardtofind for uncovering this.

    Hybriding refers to Cars that have been altered with parts from other cars & or has had its Performance increased through coding. A RX7 with a Corvette engine or a Prius with a Veyron Engine for example. Hybriding is not limited to Engines; other components can be swapped, like suspensions, LSD’s, Divetrtains and others.

    Also on top of switching parts, you can install Stage 1, 2, 3, & 4 Turbo Upgrades, perform Stage 3 Weight reductions, Install a Racing Clutch & Install Adjustable Downforce. Coupled with the Already fully adjustable Suspentions in GT PSP and you can make cars that are quite close to their GT4 Fully Modified counterparts.

    SiNiST3R'S Twin Turbo G35 (VQ35TT 610hp)



    SiNiST3R'S V8 Integra Type-RWD (L84 Carb 327 V8 600hp + RWD Conversion)



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    Unfortunately only the US version hybriding codes have been uncovered and for the Euro edition of the game these codes will not work.

    This can be done with CWCheat or a PR cheat Device. I am only familiar with the Process using CWCheat. The process for PR devices will not be covered.

    The Guide


    To get a better Understanding
    What we are doing is taking parts from powerful cars and installing them on whatever car we want, & or Increasing the performance & top speed of cars through codes. There are also codes for applying adjustable downforce & weight reductions.

    IMPORTANT

    Saving Hybrid Cars & return them to default.
    When the car is modified with these codes the Hybrid car needs to be saved to your Favorites list in order to keep the Hybrid car saved as a Hybrid. To bring the car back to normal simply remove the car from your favorites list, and then re-select it. Upon reselection the car will be brought back to default state.

    How to get the code for a part that you want
    There are 2 ways to obtain the part codes. One is to use the Part codes from GT4. GT PSP shares a large portion of its car list with GT4. Any STOCK part code from GT4 will work in GT PSP so long as the car is available in GT PSP. The other way is to use the Disassembler option in CWCheat to get the codes manually.

    Using the Part codes from GT4
    Fortunately the part codes are the same for GT4, so we can use the codes from GT4 on our GT PSP cars and they work. However if you use the codes from GT4 they need to be altered in order to work. This is very easy to do. The codes are 4 digits for example “1A 2B”. To use the code in GT PSP we simply need to reverse the first 2 digits with the last 2. So our example becomes “2B 1A”.

    Getting the Part codes from GT PSP manually
    We use CWCheat to manually search for the desired part code, and we can use this method to find any cars part code. With CWCheat 2.3 you have an option in the main menu called “Cheat Searcher” In here is the Disassembler, the tool we use to find the codes for a part that we want. We need to go to the address of the Part and take note of the Part code. It’s as simple as that.

    How To Use the Disassembler to Find part Codes
    First you need to have CWCheat 2.3 enabled, and then enter the game. From the main menu in CWCheat select the “Cheat Searcher” option, then in the menu that opens there will be a “disassembler “option. Select this to start searching forparts.





    Once in the Disassembler, you will see a line for Address and next to the address will be a line for value. We need to go to the address of the part we want then take note of the value as the value is the code.
    The address is broken into 2 parts 0000000. In XXXX000, X is the Primary address & 00000XXX is the secondary address. Using D-pad left or right will increase or decrease the Main Address by 1 when hitting the R & L triggers will move it by 10 at a time. Holding the D-pad or triggers will make the address change faster. To change the Secondary Address push D-pad up or D-pad down. All theparts codes are found at the same main address ( 146B000), once there only the secondary part of the address needs to be changed to find the codes we need. Each part has its own address.

    FOR EXAMPLE

    Example A-1
    If you want the Engine code for the Corvette ZR1, first select the ZR1 and get in it. Once you’re in the car we open CWCheat, & then open our Disassembler. There we go to the main address of 146B000, we adjust the secondary address to 268 (address for engines) making the address 146B268, once at the address, the value line displayed is our code. In our example the Value displayed is 00000AAA. 0AAA is our engine code for the ZR1 engine.

    NOTE the engine code in the Pic is 04A5 ( I wasnt in the ZR1 when I took the pic)



    Part Codes
    All part codes are at adress 146BXXX
    XXX =

    Engine
    268 -

    Chassis
    260 -

    Suspension
    280 -

    LSD

    288 -

    Brakes
    250 -

    Downforce
    2B0 -

    Drivetrain
    270 -

    Exhaust
    300 -
    304 -

    Transimition
    278 -

    Gearbox
    340 -
    344 -
    348 -
    34C -
    350 -
    354 -
    358 -

    TO Give you a head start, Here are the part Codes for the Corvette ZR1

    Corvetter ZR1

    Engine
    268 = 0x00000AAA

    Chassis
    260 = 0x00000B11

    Suspension
    280 = 0x00001D04

    LSD
    288 = 0x00002021

    Brakes
    250 = 0x00001006

    Drivetrain
    270 = 0x00000B4F

    Transimition
    278 = 0x00001A74

    Gearbox
    340 = 0x08F20C26
    344 = 0x04BA064A
    348 = 0x032A03E8
    34C = 0x0000029E
    350 = 0x00000000
    354 = 0x00000000
    358 = 0x00000DC5



    Installing Parts on to a Car
    Well now that we found the codes we want to use, we have to install them on the car we want them installed on. This is a 2 part process. The first part is loading the codes; the second is the application process.

    Loading the Codes
    You can either load the codes manually by copying the Hybrid codes into your Cheat.db file, OR use the Cheat.db file I include in the attachment.

    The codes are in Default mode meaning that there is only the Address portion of the code and the value (part to be applied) is filled with 0000. You will need to choose the part you want to install and change the value of the code to the desired cars part code.

    For example, The Engine code.

    Example B-1
    _C0 engine
    _L 0x2146B268 0x00000000
    The part in Bold is the Value. We add the code to the value (using our example the ZR1 engine, if you recall the code is 0AAA) & it will look like....

    Example B-2
    _C0 engine
    _L 0x2146B268 0x00000AAA
    “0x2146B268” This is the Address for the Engine & 0x00000AAA is the value. Edit the last 4 digits of the value with the code for the part you want installed.

    This code is now ready to install the ZR1 engine on any car you want. Once ready enable the code in CWCHeat. This code when enabled will install the Engine of the ZR1 on ANY car you select/save to favorites & enter an event.

    Applying the Codes to a Car
    In order to apply the codes to the car, you need to have the codes you want entered & enabled in CWCheat. That means All the codes for the changes you want to make to that car, Engine, Drivetrain, chassis, transmition, gearbox, etc. When all the codes you want are enabled, go to the car selection page and make the car you’re going to Hybrid a favourite (Hit triangle and add the car to your favourites list) then select the car and get in to drive it. If you’re in it already it’s IMPORTANT to reselect it anyways. Once you have selected the car, enter a race or time trial. The car is now a Hybrid.

    The easy way to confirm the car was successfully made a Hybrid IF you have added a new engine OR adjustable downforce is to go into the Quick Tune Menu, the New HP level will be displayed and or The downforce will be adjustable.

    The Hybrid Codes

    REMEMBER! These codes are in DEFAULT mode and contain NO Part codes. You need to add the part code in before applying the code to have the desired part

    _C0 engine
    _L 0x2146B268 0x00000000
    _C0 chassis
    _L 0x2146B260 0x00000000
    _C0 drivetrain
    _L 0x2146B270 0x00000000
    _C0 tansmission
    _L 0x0146B278 0x00000000
    _C0 LSD
    _L 0x2146B288 0x00000000
    _C0 Suspension
    _L 0x2146B280 0x00000000
    _C0 Brake
    _L 0x2146B250 0x00000000
    _C0 Downforce
    _L 0x2146B2B0 0x00000000
    _C0 Exhaust
    _L 0x2146B300 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B304 0x00000014
    _C0 TRANSMISSION
    _L 0x2146B278 0x00000000
    _C0 GearBox
    _L 0x2146B340 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B344 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B348 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B34C 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B350 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B354 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B358 0x00000000

    Adjustable Downforce
    If you use the Downforce from a car that has adjustable downforce then you will acquire the ability to adjust the Downforce of the car its applied to.

    Racing cars use generic Downforce codes specific to the Type of Race car, So Rally car will all use the same code (Generally, there are a few with different codes within the Race car type0

    Here is a General Code you can use. Its the Downforce code for GT Race Cars. It will give you

    NOTE
    This code will push the wheels out slightly sometimes giving a wider stance depending on the car it was sourced from.

    How To use HyBRiD Codes To Adjust Gear Ratios
    This Guide is a extention of the "How To HyBRiD GT PSP Cars". In order to follow you must already be familiar with the in's and out's of Hybriding in GT PSP.

    Click HERE for GT PSP Hybrid Guide

    This guide will explain how to find out the exact gear ratios being used, and how to adjust the gears to your desired gear ratios.

    What is What

    Gearbox
    146B340 - 0x0XXX0XXX = 1st / Reverse
    146B344 - 0x0XXX0XXX = 3rd / 2nd
    146B348 - 0x0XXX0XXX = 5th / 4th
    146B34C - 0x0XXX0XXX = 7th / 6th
    146B350 - 0x0XXX0XXX = nothing of importance
    146B354 - 0x0XXX0XXX = nothing of importance
    146B358 - 0x0XXX0XXX = auto or manual / final drive gear

    146BXXX - 0x0XXX0XXX These zeros we use as spacers between gears and this value must always be 0. They are actually there so that each gear has the place for an up to 4 digit HEX value, You wont see this anywhere except for the Final Drive, anything above 4.095:1 will use 4 digits, so we just use them as spacers for the actual gears.

    EXAMPLE 1

    Gearbox
    340 = 0x08F20C26 = 1st / Reverse

    8F2 = 1st gear
    C26 = Reverse gear

    This is in HEX format

    In DEC format it becomes

    1st gear = 8F2 = 2290 = 2.29:1

    Reverse = C26 = 3110 = 3.11:1

    EXAMPLE 2

    I will take the Gearbox codes for the ZR1 and break it down to the actual gear ratios.

    Gearbox
    340 = 0x08F20C26 2290/3110
    344 = 0x04BA064A 1210/1610
    348 = 0x032A03E8 810/1000
    34C = 0x0000029E /670
    350 = 0x00000000
    354 = 0x00000000
    358 = 0x00000DC5 /3525

    1st = 2.29:1
    2nd = 1.61:1
    3rd = 1.21:1
    4th = 1:1
    5th = .81:1
    6th = .67:1
    FD = 3.525:1
    Reverse = 3.11:1

    How to Adjust

    We are going to adjust first gear in our example

    340 = 0x08F20C26

    1st gear = 8F2 = 2290 = 2.29:1

    We are going to change first gear from 2.29:1 to 3.41:1.

    To do so we need the HEX value for our new gear ratio..

    3.41:1 = 3410

    Input 3410 into your calculator in DEC format, then switch it to HEX format.

    3410 = D52

    Replace the 8F2 with D52 then move on to the next gear, when your done Save and apply the code following the instructions to apply hybrid codes.

    Exhaust Modifications
    The exhaust codes works best when you use a car that was originally boosted + boosted engine + Boosted car Exhaust code from a Boosted Racing car. This will give the racing car exhaust note. For NA cars use a NA car + NA engine + Exhaust code fro, a NA race car exhaust & you’ll get the race car exhaust note. If the Car + Engine + Exhaust are not all the same aspiration then the exhaust sounds won’t work.

    Also when using an engine from a car that was not featured in GT4 then the car uses a blank exhaust code and this MUST be applied to the car to get any sound at all from the exhaust.

    _C0 Empty Exhaust
    _L 0x2146B300 0xFFFFFFFF
    _L 0x2146B304 0xFFFFFFFF

    Turbo Exhaust Sounds
    When you install a Turbo Engine on a car that was not Turbo Charged in stock trim, you need to add a code to enable exhaust sounds. This code works in addition to the Racing Exhaust code.

    _C0 Turbo Exhaust Sound Code
    _L 0x2146B2E0 0x0000095C
    _L 0x2146B2E4 0x0000000E

    Performance mods


    Upgrading Your Turbo
    These following codes will give you the ability to increase the hp of your Turbo Cars, basically working as a Boost Controller to increase the Boost. You can add a Stage 4 Code to your car and have your car running 900+ hp. This is a Tad Tricky, but once you get the hang of it, it’s quite easy.

    This ONLY works on certain Turbo Powered cars, they have to be Turbo Charged in Stock trim & this will only work with cars from certain manufactures & the codes won’t work on every car in those manufactures.

    Basically what is required is a 2 part Turbo ID code for the car in Stock trim for the codes to work. IF the Turbo ID code is 1 part then using this Mod will not work properly.

    So far the Manufacture list that this Mod will work on is as follows;

    Nissan
    Toyota
    Mazda
    Audi

    So far the Manufacture list that It will not work with is as follows;

    Mitsubishi
    Subaru

    I will update it as I test the codes in other dealerships.

    The following codes are Generic for cars with no more then 340hp in stock trim, using them with cars that have more power will result in ridiculously high HP numbers. I will add Generic codes for cars that have more hp (Stock) in the near future.

    Turbo Upgrade Codes for Cars with Up to 340hp

    _C0 Turbo Stage 1
    _L 0x2146B364 0x49AA7D23
    _L 0x2146B2C0 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B2C4 0x00000010

    _C0 Turbo Stage 2
    _L 0x2146B364 0x37607D23
    _L 0x2146B2C0 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B2C4 0x00000010

    _C0 Turbo Stage 3
    _L 0x2146B364 0x28707D23
    _L 0x2146B2C0 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B2C4 0x00000010

    _C0 Turbo Stage 4
    _L 0x2146B364 0X27567D23
    _L 0x2146B2C0 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B2C4 0x00000010


    Boost Controller
    ALTERNATIVELY you can also tune the boost level of your car manually. This is a trial and error situation as each car will be different & too much boost or too little will cause the Power to glitch into usually a 4000hp un-driveable Bus.

    IMPORTANT[
    This is a Variation of the Turbo Upgrade codes and cannot be used at the same time as them.

    _C0 Boost Controller
    _L 0x2146B364 0X37607D23
    _L 0x2146B2C0 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B2C4 0x00000010

    The value displayed in bold is the value you want to adjust. Increasing the value will lower the boost & lowering the value will increase the boost. The amount of boost is adjusted kind of weird.

    If you look at the value we are editing (3760) the 60 adjust the boost to a larger degree then the 37. So think of it as 6037.

    Stage 3 Weight Reduction
    The weight reduction code is a universal code, meaning it will work on every car EXCEPT the cars that were not in GT4, cars that are only in GT PSP this will not work on.

    _C0 Weight Reduction
    _L 0x2146B2A8 0x00000000
    _L 0x2146B2AC 0x00000008

    Racing Clutch
    The Racing Clutch is also a universal code however this should work on all cars.

    _C0 Racing Clutch
    _L 0x2146B2F0 0x00000CB9
    _L 0x2146B2F4 0x00000015

    We are Done
    Now you should have all the tools to bring to life Tuning in GT PSP. it might be hard at first but once you get used to it it becomes easier and easier, and you can put together pretty much any kind of car you want.


    INSIDE THE attached file
    I include the Codes from GT4’s car list (not all cars are in GT PSP) unfortunately the codes for cars that are not in GT PSP will not work. However the majority of the cars are shared between GT4 & GT PSP.

    There is also a Spreadsheet that will break down the coding in GT PSP, if your familiar with this type of coding and want to help, you should have all you need in the attached file.

    The Cheat2.DB included
    The Cheat2.db file I included is a 2nd data base file. This will NOT replace the Cheat DB file you have already that has any codes for GT or any other game you don’t want to lose. When you load CWCheat on the main page there is an option to “Reload Cheat Database” with a 0 default. Change the 0 to 2 then hit X. When you go into the “Select Cheats” option the codes from The 2nd DB will be available. I have also included some built codes that can be used as default mods. This includes Low amount of Adjustable Downforce & High amount of Adjustable Downforce. 7spd/6spd/5spd gearbox and tranny. These can be applied to any car, each of them reaching around 200mph.

    MORE TO COME!
    This is an ongoing project and more stuff is being uncovered.

    Special Thanks
    Hardtofind/ For Decoding the GT PSP Hybrid Codes
    Danzel / For CWCheat
    Sucahyo/ For Decoding the GT4 codes
    Dark Alex/ For CFW

    Written By: SiNiST3R AKA Rac3rX & Hardtofind

    Merry Christmas!
    Attached Files

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    all I can say is WOW!!!!!

    I never expected it to be this difficult! Very nice!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SchmilK View Post
    all I can say is WOW!!!!!

    I never expected it to be this difficult! Very nice!!
    Thanks!
    Yeah, once you get the hang of it it gets easier and easier.

    I also added a Cheat.db file with the codes all loaded and ready to go, but its important to read the whole "How To" to get familiar with the process.

    This comes from ALLOT of testing coding, then recoding.

    I hope you guys like it, it also took a long time to write, hopefully my examinations are clear enough.

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    oh dam, that is very complex
    but nice and explained-well guide, good job
    nice come back after a ban
    ill try this out for one car then i'll just wait for others' codes teehee
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    Nice tutorial, but whoever posted it on the front page needs to resize it... please.
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    I edited it a few times now the Video shows up double on the Front Page, also the entire Guide is visible on the Front Page instead of just a portion.

    I'm going to leave it alone until who ever has the power to fix that can.

    Its also good for stuff like adding a 7spd Tranny to a GT by Citroen. I never liked that 1 gear thing.

    Or you can use it to fine tune the gearing for cars that bounce off the rev limiter with plenty room for higher speeds.

    You can be as simple or extreme as you want.

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    DAMN!!!!!!

    even when looking at the pictures it looks confusing
    will give a try thought
    might "borrow" my friends psp for a while

    EDIT: if the game is in the ISO folder instead of playing it right from the UMD will the codes be saved in the game or in the saved data.
    How does it work Im not really sure how Cwcheat works.
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    Quote Originally Posted by darkgundamz View Post
    DAMN!!!!!!

    even when looking at the pictures it looks confusing
    will give a try thought
    might "borrow" my friends psp for a while

    EDIT: if the game is in the ISO folder instead of playing it right from the UMD will the codes be saved in the game or in the saved data.
    How does it work Im not really sure how Cwcheat works.
    yeah.... its very confusing... but im sure alot of people will get good use out of this guide. anyways.. i think Cwcheat does a quick save for the files that Cwcheat has or whatever.. cuz if im not mistaken a folder goes into your seplugins folder on your psp and its named Cwcheat, so i think it just saves the config to that.. but not sure, i hardly use that plugin.

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    UMD or ISO the Hybrid cars are saved in your GT PSP SaveData & they will Stay Hybrids as long as you have them saved to favorites, you don't have to have CWCheat running or the codes enabled (AFTER the car has been Saved as a Hybrid) to drive your hybrid, so long as it is saved to your favorites.

    It seams more complicated then it actually is, you just need to play around and get used to them. The Guide should answer all questions, & Ill update it as I can to increase clarity where ever I can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rac3rX View Post
    UMD or ISO the Hybrid cars are saved in your GT PSP SaveData & they will Stay Hybrids as long as you have them saved to favorites, you don't have to have CWCheat running or the codes enabled (AFTER the car has been Saved as a Hybrid) to drive your hybrid, so long as it is saved to your favorites.

    It seams more complicated then it actually is, you just need to play around and get used to them. The Guide should answer all questions, & Ill update it as I can to increase clarity where ever I can.
    oh ok thanks imma have to try this
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