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Nissan Z Proto CSR2, best tune and shift pattern

The Nissan Z Proto is the Prestige Cup Car of Season 127. The Nissan is definitely one of the faster cars in Tier 3.

Nissan Z Proto Specifications

The real Nissan Z

The Nissan 370Z was launched in 2009. Nissan unveiled the prototype of its successor at an event in Yokohama. It has a new design inside and out and an improved powertrain.

The Nissan Z Proto has a sleek-looking appearance. It also has an edgier look than the 370Z. Instead of the 370Z’s arrow-shaped headlights, the new Z has lenticular LED headlights with two half-arches. However, the grille with its rectangular shape is reminiscent of the current model.

The black roof with large rear window has a sporty contour. Where it meets the yellow body, the designers have added a logo – similar to the BMW X2. The rear slopes vertically, and the black surface connecting the LED taillights creates the impression of width.

The taillights themselves are quite unobtrusive, especially when compared to the arrow-shaped lights of the 370Z. 19-inch aluminum wheels and a dual exhaust complete the look. Tires are sized 255/40R19 (front) and 285/35R19 (rear).

At 4.38 meters, the prototype is a whopping 12 centimeters longer than the 370Z (4.25 meters). The width is virtually the same at 1.85 meters, as is the height (1.31 meters).

The current 370Z has a naturally aspirated V6 engine with 328 hp (344 hp for the Nismo). Under the hood of the newcomer, however, is a twin-turbo V6. It is combined with a six-speed manual, but an automatic version is also planned. Nissan is not yet saying anything about performance and displacement. However, it can be assumed that it will be above the current ones.

The CSR2 Z Proto

The 5 yellow star Nissan can fit 77 Fusion Part, so far nothing special. The Z Proto should run 7.551s. To sum up, the Nissan is one of the faster cars in Tier 3.

Nissan Z Proto tune and shift pattern

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NOS188 / 4.0
Tires53 / 47
Wining shift patternPerfect start, immediately 2nd, 16mph 3rd, 34mph 4th, 7.600rpm NOS and 5th, 7.600rpm 6th

Stage 5 tune and shift pattern

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