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Nissan Silvia S15 Rocket Bunny CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Nissan Silvia S15 Rocket Bunny is the CSR2 Prestige Cup Car of Season 67. The pimped out Nissan is a true acceleration monster, it reaches 100 mph in less than 1.5s.

Silvia Rocket Bunny specifications

The real Nissan Silvia

In Japan the seventh and last generation of Silvia was released in autumn 1999: the Silvia S15. Here the SR20DET produced 184 kW (250 PS). In Germany the Silvia S15 from Nissan was not officially offered.

This Silvia got an aggressive design inside and outside, an improved chassis and for the first time a six-speed manual gearbox.

Initially, the new Silvia was offered only as Spec-S (without turbocharger) and Spec-R (turbo); both models were available with an aero package that included a large rear wing and small side skirts. The Spec-R had the six-speed gearbox, a harder chassis and a stiffer body, four-piston disc brakes at the front, a larger brake servo, a more effective limited slip differential and, for an extra charge, the four-wheel steering HICAS; the Spec-S had to make do with the five-speed gearbox and without the additional stiffeners and other features of the Spec-R.

These are the original Rocket Bunny modifications to the Silvia S15

Front Bumper 
Front Lip 
Rear Diffuser 
Side Skirts 
Front Over-Fenders 
Rear Over-Fenders 
Rear “Duct tail” wing 
Front Splitter 
Support Rods for Lip Ver.2 LED DRL / Signal Lights 

Undoubtedly, quite a lot of fibreglass.

CSR2 Silvia

The Nissan can fit 91 Fusion parts, so far nothing special. The S15 Rocket bunny should run 10.405s. Obviously not one of the fastest T4 cars.

Nissan Silvia S15 Rocket Bunny CSR2 tunes and shifts

Rocket Bunny Nissan Silvia S15 Elite Lvl 0
NOS230 / 5.3
Tires22 / 78
Wining shift patternPerfect start, deep good 2nd and NOS, perfect 3rd, good (right of green) 4th and 5th
Rocket Bunny Nissan Silvia S15 Elite Lvl 50
NOS237 / 4.9
Tires22 / 78
Wining shift patternPerfect start, deep good 2nd and NOS, rest late perfect shifts

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