Nissan Rocket Bunny Fairlady Z (Z33) CSR2, tune and shift pattern

Nissan Rocket Bunny Fairlady Z (Z33) CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Nissan Rocket Bunny Fairlady Z (Z33) is the CSR2 Easter Event Car 2020. The pimped out Nissan is one of the fastest cars in Tier 4. In addition to this the Fairlady looks really good.

Rocket Bunny Fairlady Z specifications

The real Nissan Fairlady Z

The Nissan 350Z (known in Japan as the Nissan Fairlady Z (Z33)) is a two-door, two-seater sports car manufactured by Nissan Motor Corporation from 2002 to 2009 and represents the fifth generation of Nissan’s Z-car line. The 350Z went into production in 2002 and was sold and marketed from August 2002 as the 2003 model. In the first year there was only one coupe, as the roadster only debuted the following year. The Nissan 350Z has been replaced by the 370Z since model year 2009.

Without a doubt, the automobile press reported in detail about the Fairlady, with many positive reviews. David Swigg of Motor Trend said: “With a competent driver at the wheel and traction control switched off, many Boxster drivers would have difficulty in achieving better lap times than with this Z.

The Fairlady delivers 313 hp at 6,800 rpm, accelerating from 0 to 100 km/h in 5.7 seconds. The top speed is electronically controlled at 250 km/h.

To sum up, a great, cheap and fast car.

These are the original Rocket Bunny modifications to the Fairlady Z

  • Bumper, front
  • Lip Spoiler, front
  • Lip Stays, front
  • Fender, front and rear
  • Diffuser, rear
  • Ducktail Wing, rear
  • DRL Lights
  • Net for Windows

Undoubtedly, quite a lot of fibreglass.

CSR2 Rocket Bunny Fairlady

The Nissan can fit 98 Fusion parts, so far nothing special. The Rocket Bunny Fairlady Z should runĀ 10.032s. Obviously one of the faster T4 cars.

Nissan Rocket Bunny Fairlady Z (Z33) CSR2 tunes and shifts

Best tuning for the Rocket Bunny Fairlady is NOS 179 / 4.6Transmission 2.38 and Tires 0 / 100. The wining shift pattern seems to be: Perfect start, 40mph 2nd, perfect 3rd, perfect 4th and NOS, rest perfect shifts.

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