Lotus Evora GT430 CSR2, tune and shift pattern

Lotus Evora GT430 CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Lotus Evora GT430 is the CSR2 milestone car of the season 91 and the Prestige Cup Car of season 105. There are two versions of the Lotus, the normal 5 star version and the 5 purple star version.

Evora Specifications

Real life Evora

In 2017 Lotus presented the most powerful version of the Evora and thus the fastest road-legal Lotus of all time, the Evora GT430.

The 3.5-litre V6 in the Evora comes from Toyota and, thanks to the Edelbrock supercharger and titanium exhaust system, produces an output of 436 hp (321 kW). For the acceleration of the Evora Lotus indicated 3.6s from 0-100km/h, for the top speed 305 km/h.

GT430 with automatic transmission weigh more due to the additional weight of the transmission and its cooling system. The top speed also varies for vehicles with manual and automatic transmissions due to the additional weight and transmission differences and is 280 km/h (174 mph) for automatic vehicles and 306 km/h (190 mph) for vehicles with manual transmission. Due to the increased torque, Evoras with automatic transmission accelerate slightly faster than those with manual transmission with an acceleration time of 3.6 seconds (automatic) and 3.7 seconds (manual) at 97 km/h (0-60 mph).

CSR2 Evora

The standard version of the Lotus can fit 91 Fusion parts, the 5 purple star version can fit 98 Fusions, so far noting special.

The yellow star Evora can make 10.406s, surprisingly fast.

Milestone CarSeason 91
Prestige Cup CarSeason 105

Lotus Evora GT430 tune and shift pattern

5 Star Lotus Evora GT430

Lotus Evora GT430
Tier4
NOS226 / 4.6
Transmission2.80
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternGood start (left of green), very early 2nd (28mph), early perfect 3rd and NOS, perfect shifts
Time10.406s

Purple 5 Star Evora

Best tuning for this version seems to be NOS 220/5.2, Transmission 2.80 and Tires 0/100. The best shift pattern until now is a perfect launch, a very early shift to the 2nd, 3rd perfect & NOS, rest perfect shifts till the end.

 

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  1. Eddie says:

    👍 great 👍

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