Dodge Viper GTS CSR2, tune and shift pattern

Dodge Viper GTS CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Dodge Viper GTS is the CSR2 2nd Anniversary Cup Car of Season 53. The yellow star Viper is not one of the faster Tier 4 cars.

Viper GTS Specifications

The real Dodge

Dodge introduced the Viper GTS to the public in 1993. A special design feature was the double bubble roof contour with two bulges, which made it easier to drive with a helmet. The driving performance made the car interesting for amateur and professional racers.

The finished engine produced 300 kW (408 hp), achieved a maximum torque of 664 Nm and, thanks to the long gear ratio, was comparatively economical: about 11.2 l/100 km according to the US consumption guideline; however, actual consumption can be between 15 and 47 liters depending on driving style.the Viper reaches a top speed of 264 km/h, and experienced drivers can complete the classic quarter mile in 12.9 seconds.

The body is mainly made of GRP parts and aluminum. Typical for US-American sports cars is the design of the Viper: engine in the front, drive in the rear. Dodge deliberately dispensed with class-standard electronic driver assistance systems such as ABS, ESP and traction control. These were also not available for an additional charge. From 2001 only ABS is offered as standard.

Partly because of the lack of traction control and ESP, the Viper is difficult to control. Especially in the wet, as the car tends to oversteer due to the high power and especially the high torque. From 1998 onwards, the ten-cylinder engine produced 335 kW (456 hp) and the GTS coupe was capable of speeds of up to 295 km/h. In 1998 Dodge stopped the “sidepipes”. All variants, except for the racing model, had a dual-flow exhaust system located centrally at the rear.

The CSR2 Dodge Viper

The yellow star Dodge can fit 91 Fusion parts, so far nothing special. The Viper on Elite Level 50 should run the 1/2 mile in 10.692s.

2nd Anniversary CupSeason 53

Dodge Viper GTS tune and shift pattern

Dodge Viper GTS Elite Level 50
Tier4
NOS249 / 4.3
Transmission3.83
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 5.100rpm 2nd, 5.500rpm 3rd and NOS, rest deep good shifts
Time10.692s
Dodge Viper GTS Elite Level 0
Tier4
NOS228 / 4.8
Transmission4.65
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternStart slightly right of green, 6.000rpm, 2nd deep good 3rd and NOS, rest deep good or perfect shifts
Time12.213s

 

2 Responses

  1. Dave Black says:

    How do you know what cars to strip for other cars of the same make?

    • CSR2Racer says:

      If you need stage 6 parts for your car, you have to strip the exact same car. For fusion parts it is enough to strip cars from the same manufacturer.

      But there is no guarantee for Stage 6 Parts.

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