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Game Shark codes
There are many, many different GS codes for the Gran Turismo series. I take no credit for any of these codes. That's right, zero of them. If you know who discovered these codes, let me now, so I can give credit. I encourage you to visit sites that have good, working codes.

Of course, you need a GameShark to use these codes; there is no series of buttons to push to get these desired effects. Also, I would like to note that some of these codes are in fact, for cheating or creating the impossible. Other codes actually make the game more challenging. And some codes make for richer and customized game play.

Please note that I have used various methods for using the codes. Sometimes this is out of necessity, or downright lazyness. I'm not an expert on GameSharks (I use an old version 2.3 GS), so bear with me. Also, please note that there are several versions of GT2. The verison of the game makes all the difference in your GS codes.

If you want to make hybrids, I have created a separte section dedicated to it. The whole concept of hybridization is due to these GS codes, and they are a bit more complicated than regular codes, so they are separated from this section.

Much thanks to SportWagon at the GTF, for his superb code tranlator!

99,999,999 credits
Turn off after loading, or money never decreases.
NTSC 1.0 NTSC 1.1 NTSC 1.2 PAL Japanese
801D0FC8 E0FF 801D0FCA 05F5 801D1338 E0FF 801D133A 05F5 801D1568 E0FF 801D156A 05F5 801D1598 E0FF 801D159A 05F5 801D19C8 E0FF 801D19CA 05F5

All-Gold licenses
Do not load this code with your memory card, turn off at warning, turn back on after loaded.
NTSC 1.0 NTSC 1.1 NTSC 1.2 PAL Japanese
50003CA4 0000 801CA758 0400 50003CA4 0000 801CAAC8 0400 50003CA4 0000 801CACF8 0400 50003CA4 0000 801CAD28 0400 50003CA4 0000 801CB158 0400

Number of laps
Make any race as long as you want. xx can be anything from 01 to 63 (maximum of 99 laps).
NTSC 1.0 NTSC 1.1 NTSC 1.2 PAL Japanese
801C9342 00xx 801C96B2 00xx 801C98E2 00xx 801C9912 00xx 801C9D42 00xx

All races completed/Simulation credits unlocked
Do not load this code with your memory card; turn off at warning, turn back on after loaded. (use 0000 to erase all race trophies), will set percentage complete to 0%.
NTSC 1.0 NTSC 1.1 NTSC 1.2 PAL Japanese
50004402 0000 801C9458 1111 50004402 0000 801C97C8 1111 50004402 0000 801C99F8 1111 50004402 0000 801C9A28 1111 50004402 0000 801C9E58 1111

Any car, any track
Yes, it's for cheating. Try not to use it unless you've passed the game.
NTSC 1.0 NTSC 1.1 NTSC 1.2 PAL Japanese
D00148E0 000C 800148E2 1000 D00148E0 000C 800148E2 1000 D00148E0 000C 800148E2 1000 D00148E0 000C 800148E2 1000 D00148E0 000C 800148E2 1000

No countdown
Every car starts from a rest, but with no chance to rev your car.
NTSC 1.0 NTSC 1.1 NTSC 1.2 PAL Japanese
801D52C8 0000 801D5638 0000 801D5868 0000 801D5898 0000 801D5CC8 0000

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