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Hennessey Exorcist CSR2, best tune and shift pattern

The Hennessey Exorcist is the CSR2 Milestone Car of Season 62. The five yellow star Exorcist is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

Hennessey Exorcist Specifications

The real Exorcist

The Hennessey Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 “Exorcist” set out to put the fear of God into the devil. With over 1000 horsepower, it’s the Texas answer to the Dodge Demon, which redefined peak performance for muscle cars with 852 horsepower in April 2017.

Well, Hennessey’s Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 may not have received the Vatican’s blessing, but it is an “exorcist” nonetheless. And exorcising demons is one of the exorcist’s first duties, which is why Hennessey has one opponent in particular in its sights with its uber-Camaro, namely the Dodge Demon unveiled in April 2017.

Now it’s crosses against devil horns, and the Texas tuner has spared no expense or effort in swearing its muscle car to the sacred duty of the lawn. Even the virgin ZL1 can impress with its juicy performance, with 659 horsepower and 881 Newton meters of torque acting on the rear wheels.

But that alone isn’t enough to banish the 852-hp Dodge Demon back to the hellhole it once crawled out of. So Hennessey had the Chevrolet Camaro ZL1’s 6.2-liter V8 upgraded accordingly. No, not with holy water and crucifixes, but primarily with the “sacred” instruments of good old-fashioned performance enhancement!

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The CSR2 Hennessey Exorcist

The 5 yellow star Hennessy can fit 128 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Exorcist should run 7.906s. To sum up, the Hennessy Exorzist is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

Hennessey Exorcist tune and shift pattern

Hennessey Exorcistfive yellow 1 e1589951912868
NOS230 / 4.0
Tires19 / 81
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 23-25mph 2nd, NOS little after 2nd, rest perfect shifts
Hennessey Exorcistfive purple 1 e1589951925595
NOS236 / 4.0
Tires19 / 81
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 40mph 2nd and NOS right after, rest perfect shifts

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