Porsche 911 4s Cabriolet CSR2, tune and shift pattern
The Porsche 911 4s Cabriolet is the CSR2 Prestige Cup car of season 94. There are two versions of the 911 4s, the normal 5 star version and the 5 purple star version.
Porsche 4s Specs
Porsche presented the 992, the eighth generation of the 911, at the LA Auto Show on 28 November 2018. A few months later, on January 9, 2019, the convertible version of the 992 was presented to the public. Obviously a bit cold for cruising with a Cabriolet.
In just 4.0 seconds the open sports car sprints from 0 to 100 km/h. The maximum torque of 500 Nm is available between 1,700 and 5,000 rpm. The Porsche completes the intermediate sprint from 80 to 120 km/h in just 2.5 seconds. The 911 reaches its top speed at 301 km/h.
Buying a real Porsche 911 4s Cabriolet costs you around €104,655. Without doubt, driving the CSR2 version of the Porsche is much cheaper.
CSR2 911 4s Cabriolet
The standard version of the Porsche can fit 91 Fusion parts, the 5 purple star version can fit 98 Fusions, so far noting special. The yellow star 911 should run 10.229s. The purple star Porsche is still a bit faster.
|Prestige Cup||Season 94|
Porsche 911 4s Cabriolet CSR2 tunes and shifts
|Porsche 911 4s Cabriolet|
|NOS||222 / 4.2|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, immediately 2nd, 3000rpm 3rd, 3000rpm 4th, NOS at 5th, rest deep good or perfect shifts|
To drive the 1/2 mile with the Carrera under 10.300s is damn hard. For the perfect start you have to trigger at the last point of the timer and then hit the exact switching points. For this to work perfectly you have to practice a lot of starts, believe me.
Best tuning for a 911 4s Cabriolet with all Stage 5 Parts and all Fusion Parts is NOS 178/2.0, Transmission 2.00 and Tires 46/54
Beat the Dyno
The Porsche is one of the cars in CSR2 that simply beat the dyno time. My 911 is equipped with 40 of 42 Stage 6 upgrades, of the 91 fusion parts I have installed 74. The dyno time is 11,611s and I can easily reach a time of 11,402s.