Dodge Ice Charger CSR2, tune and shift pattern

Dodge Ice Charger CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Dodge Ice Charger is the CSR2 Fast and the Furious 2 Event Prize Car. The Dodge is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

Dodge Ice Charger Specifications

Real life Ice Charger

If you are a car enthusiast, there are few film series as outstanding as the Fast and the Furious series.

One of the most remarkable cars that has been presented to the public so far is Dom’s “Ice Charger”, which is used in the explosive final action sequence of the film. This car is one of the wildest vehicles from the series and is built by Dennis McCarthy and his team at Vehicle Effects Inc. The Ice Charger is based on a 1968 Dodge Charger, but instead of the old rear-wheel drive axle, a full four-wheel drive system is now installed. This car is also unique in that it has a custom made side exhaust that should theoretically prevent the car from skidding due to melted ice from an underbody mounted exhaust system.

The Ice Charger – and indeed most of the cars in the film – use GM’s legendary LS Series V8. Advantages of the LS platform include its extremely compact design, which allows it to fit much more easily into vehicles in which it should never be installed. It is also extremely light and therefore very power-tight.

While the gigantic turbine engine that sits in the trunk of the Ice Charger is just movie magic, the car itself is a serious piece of performance hardware, and thanks to its extremely wide body and airplane-like style features, it will definitely go down in history as one of the coolest cars in a whole series of cool cars.

The CSR2 Ice Charger

The 5 purple star Dodge can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Ice Charger should runĀ 7.370s. To sum up, the Dodge is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

Fast and Furious Prize Car

Dodge Ice Charger tune and shift pattern

Dodge Ice Charger
Tier5
NOS482 / 6.4
Transmission2.20
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternPerfect start, deep good 2nd, deep good 3rd and NOS, rest deep good or early perfect shifts
Time7.370s

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