The LB Works Audi RS 5 Coupé is the CSR2 Prestige Cup Car of Season 26. Unfortunately the 3 yellow star Audi is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 3.
LB Works Audi RS 5 specifications
The real LB Works Audi RS 5 Coupé
Eight cylinders, 4.2 liters of displacement, over 8,000 rpm, 450 hp, all-wheel drive and seven-speed dual clutch. Sounds like a perfect performance – and that’s exactly how the Audi RS5 drives. One push of the starter button and the eight combustion chambers flood with the elixir of life that will provide brute propulsion just a few seconds later.
No turbo lag, no long flaring, just brawny propulsion – nothing else. The four wheels claw their way into the asphalt and seem to leave it rippled.
In real life, the sprint to 100 km/h has a meaning like a leaf falling in autumn. But on the track, this is where the wheat is separated from the chaff. The dual-clutch transmission does its best to convert the 430 Newton meters of maximum torque into propulsion. The bottom line is that the Audi RS5’s time of 4.8 seconds is only just short of the factory target of 4.5 seconds thanks to winter tires and cold temperatures.
The torquey eight-cylinder engine has power in all situations. Disciplines such as intermediate sprint and top speed are more important than a lusty image sprint. Unnecessarily for a sports model, the RS5 is slowed down at just over 250 km/h. That’s the limit for a powerhouse from the RS5. This is not worthy of a powerhouse from Quattro GmbH – it should be left free. Only for an additional charge you get a speed of 280.
Liberty Walk gives the Audi an impressive widebody kit, making it unique and unforgettable.
CSR2 LB Works Audi RS 5 Coupé
The Audi can fit 77 Fusion parts, so far nothing special. The RS 5 should run 8.280s. Obviously not one of the fastest Cars in Tier 3.
|Prestige Cup Car||Season 26|
|Prestige Cup Car||Season 71|
LB Works Audi RS 5 Coupé tune and shift pattern
|LB Works Audi RS 5 Coupé|
|NOS||411 / 5.6|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Start at 4100rpm, 2nd deep good and NOS, rest perfect shift.|