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In NFS Mostwanted i want to know the max speed ever achieved by some car.

we can know for races as they maintain max speed details but i want to know for lifetime max speed achieved.

By the word life time means that particular car have ever achieved its maximum speed, either in race or in Cops chase or in Bounty gain or in pursuit


Example :

I've seen Max speed of Lamborgini Gallardo 374 Km/h on record in race but i have achieved more of it some thing above 385 in bounty and also i want to compare with other cars max speed

Is there any way to get it, any plugin< crack or any hack???????????????

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can any one still answer this for newer versions of NFS –  Anonymous Prime Minister Jul 7 '13 at 3:37

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Sorry, but there is no way to find your maximum speed ever achieved.

However, if you think you've crossed your maximum speed in a race, you could check the speed at the Statistics page when you have finished the race.

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this does not belong to my answer i know that there is no way how much i know , and i also know there is a way to get details of max speed or avg speed achieved in any race as i mentioned in question or in comment –  Anonymous Prime Minister Mar 20 '13 at 5:42
    
@Photon It answers the question very directly. It says that what you want is not possible within the game. –  Matthew Read Mar 20 '13 at 14:18
    
How much i know i know that and also this "However, if you think you've crossed your maximum speed in a race, you could check the speed at the Statistics page when you have finished the race. ", This is not answer for me –  Anonymous Prime Minister Mar 21 '13 at 4:50

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