The ForeverLawn Zero Chevrolet Camaro SS NASCAR Xfinity is the CSR2 NASCAR Earning Earnhardt Event Prize Car of Season 141. The five purple star Camaro is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
ForeverLawn Zero Chevrolet Camaro SS NASCAR Xfinity Specifications
The real ForeverLawn Zero Chevrolet
Since 2010, vehicles called Car of Tomorrow have been used, which are supposed to offer more safety as well as lower costs. The design concept was also changed, and the vehicles were now modeled on the Pony Cars. The CoT resembled the Cup Series’ Car of Tomorrow, which was used in Cup from 2007 to 2012. It was possible to convert Cup cars to Xfinity cars at a low cost because some components were identical.
The Xfinity Series uses a carbureted engine, which has slightly less power than the fuel-injected Cup Series engine at about 650 to 700 horsepower. Xfinity cars are about 50 kg lighter, 18 cm longer and 2 cm narrower than current Cup Generation 6 cars. A larger splitter as well as rear spoilers allow Xfinity cars to generate more downforce than Cup cars, making them easier to drive.
Displacement: 5.86-liter (358 in³) bumper-mounted V8.
Transmission: four-speed gearbox, manual transmission
min. without driver and gasoline: 1451 kg (5,960 lb)
min. with driver and gasoline: 1542 kg
unthrottled: 650-700 hp (485-522 kW)
throttled: about 450 hp (335 kW)
Fuel: 98 octane; unleaded gasoline
Fuel tank capacity: 68 liters
Wheelbase: 110 inches (2.8 m)
Steering: power recirculating ball steering system
The Chevrolet car body currently resembles the Camaro SS, after initially running the Impala and then the Zeta-based Camaro
The CSR2 ForeverLawn Zero Chevrolet
The 5 purple star Camaro can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Chevy should run 7.264s. To sum up, the ForeverLawn Zero Chevrolet Camaro SS NASCAR Xfinity is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.
ForeverLawn Zero Chevrolet Camaro SS NASCAR Xfinity tune and shift pattern
|The ForeverLawn Zero Chevrolet Camaro SS NASCAR Xfinity|
|NOS||63 / 12.0|
|Tires||53 / 47|
|Wining shift pattern||Perfect start, immediately 2nd, 4.800rpm 3rd and NOS, rest perfect shifts|