Pagani Huayra, tune and shift pattern
The Pagani Huayra is a Pagani World Premiere Event Car of Season 81. The Huayra is one of the slowest Cars in Tier 5.
Pagani Huayra Specifications
Real life Huayra
Andean people called the god of the wind” Huayra-tata”, from where the Huayra got its name. Storm is also the central theme of this machine.
For perfect driving stability, the curved, non-planar underbody sucks the body to the road. Via the Pagani’s central computer, ESP and ABS sensors control the independently moving front and rear flap pairs. They act in relation to speed, longitudinal acceleration, steering angle, accelerator pedal position and yaw moment. To sum up, their task is to ensure the best possible road holding of the vehicle in every possible driving condition.
From nearly six liters, the engine, specially built for the Pagani Huayra, generates 730 hp. It sends a massive 1000 Newton meters of torque to the rear wheels in a speed band between 2250 and 4500 rpm. The Pagani accelerates to 100 km/h in 3.3 s and reaches a top speed of 360 km/h. The Huayra is shifted exclusively via a seven-speed sequential gearbox supplied by racing specialist Xtrac. The driver can operate it either via a conventional gearshift or two paddles on the steering wheel. Definitely, with a price tag of 1,000,000€, the Huayra is not a cheap car.
The CSR2 Huayra
The 5 yellow star Huayra can fit 128 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Huayra should run 9.023s. To sum up, the Huayra is obviously not one of the faster cars in Tier 5.
|Pagani World Premiere||Season 81|
Pagani Huayra tune and shift pattern
|NOS||448 / 5.5|
|Tires||0 / 100|
|Wining shift pattern||Start at 4.000rpm, 36mph 2nd and NOS, 63mph 3rd, rest deep good shifts|