Porsche 911 R CSR2, tune and shift pattern
The Porsche 911 R is the Milestone Car of Season 27. The 911 R is not one of the faster Cars in Tier 5.
Porsche 911 R Specifications
Real life 911 R
With the premiere of the 911 R, it was a bit like Asterix and Obelix. While all the other models were converted to turbos, a small group of naturally aspirated engine devotees still resists artificial respiration.
At the rear of the 911 R is not just any naturally aspirated engine, but the six-cylinder boxer familiar from the GT3 RS. The four-liter engine loves high revs. It sends a full 500 hp to the rear wheels at 8,250 rpm.
The purist approach of the R model is underlined by a look at the center tunnel. Where the gearshift lever of a manual six-speed transmission is enthroned. Compared, it cannot compete with the brutal efficiency of the PDK in the GT3 RS. On an emotional level many customers are happy to swap the lost 0.5s in the sprint for the clutch pedal.
With a time of 3.8 seconds for the sprint from 0 to 100, the 911 R is obviously anything but slow. The fact that it is nevertheless visually restrained and dispenses with the huge rear wing of the GT3 RS. This ultimately pays off in terms of top speed: At 323 km/h. It leaves the previous top naturally aspirated clearly behind and only has to admit defeat to the 80 hp more powerful Turbo S.
The CSR2 911 R
The 5 purple star Porsche can fit 128 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The 911 should run 8.277s. To sum up, the 911 R is not one of the faster cars in Tier 5.
Porsche 911 R tune and shift pattern
|Porsche 911 R Elite Lvl 0|
|NOS||448 / 5.5|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Start at 4.000rpm, good 2nd, NOS at 6.000rpm, rest deep good or early perfect shifts|
|Porsche 911 R Elite Lvl 50|
|NOS||298 / 5.0|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Start at 4.000rpm, NOS at 4.500rpm, 8.000rpm 2nd, rest early perfect shifts|