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Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 CSR2, best tune and shift pattern

The Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 is the CSR2 Prestige Cup Car of Season 10, 28 and 108. The Chevy is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 4.

Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 specifications

The Camaro is a pony car of the US-American car brand Chevrolet. According to Chevrolet, the name “Camaro” is derived from the French word camarade.

The world-famous sporty car originated as a rival to the Ford Mustang. The Mustang was extremely successful in the mid-1960s, and a typical representative of the pony cars. However, powerful SS models and the Z28 also belong to the muscle cars.

The standard engine of the Camaro was always a large-volume V8 engine beyond 200 hp (147 kW). Also offered were in-line six-cylinder, later V6 engines, in the 1980s also in-line four-cylinder, were the entry level and, in addition to the smaller V8 engines, the basis.

What a surprise: At the New York Auto Show in late March, Chevrolet not only unveiled the facelifted Camaro for the 2014 model year, but also a new model, the Z28! The Americans have thus revived a true sports car icon that had its debut in the 1967 model year. In contrast to the old Z28, however, the new one has a large-volume LS7 engine with 7.0 litre displacement and 507 hp. This comes from the Corvette Z06. 19″ wheels with 305/30ZR19 tyres bring the power, which is distributed by a manual gearbox as standard, to the road.

The engine of the Z28 delivers 507 hp and accelerates the Chevy from 0 to 100 km/h in a good 4 seconds. The top speed of the Z/28 is 305 km/h.

More about the Z/28

The CSR2 Camaro Z/28

The yellow star Chevy can fit 91 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Camaro Z28 should run 12.186s. To sum up, the Camaro occupies a place in the T4 midfield.

Prestige Cup CarSeason 10
Prestige Cup CarSeason 28
Prestige Cup CarSeason 108

Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 tune and shift pattern

Chevrolet Camaro Z/28five yellow 1 e1589951912868
NOS249 / 4.3
Tires26 / 74
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 6000-6200rpm 2nd and NOS, rest perfect shifts, stay in 5th

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