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Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR CSR2, tune and shift pattern

The Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR is the CSR2 Milestone Car of Season 153.

Obviously, the Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR SPecifications

The Porsche 911 RSR and its predecessors GT3 RSR, GT3 RS and GT3 R are GT race cars from Porsche used in motorsport for endurance racing. They are built according to the current highest class in worldwide GT racing, the GTE class from the ACO. These regulations go back to the concept of a GT3 class below the then Group GT1 and Group GT2 from 1998.

After the discontinuation of the GT1 class, the planned GT3 class was announced by the ACO as a GT class below the GTS from 1999, and by the FIA as N-GT from 2000. After the alignment of GT rules between FIA and ACO in 2005, this class was renamed GT2 class.

When the FIA’s European GT2 Championship failed and GT1 class entries dwindled at the Le Mans 24 Hours, the ACO renamed the GT2 class GTE in 2011 and divided it into GTE-Pro for professionals and GTE-AM for amateurs. Throughout the years, Porsche has been continuously represented in this class with different model series of the 911.

The 5 yellow star Porsche can fit 128 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The 911 GT-RSR should run 7.736s. To sum up, the Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR is not one of the fastest cars in Tier 5.

Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR tune and shift pattern

Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR
Tier5
NOS413 / 4.0
Transmission2.00
Tires52 / 48
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 23mph 2nd, 55mph 3rd, 3.200rpm 4th, deep good 5th and NOS, rest perfect shifts
Time7.736
Duke Dynamics Porsche 911 GT-RSR
Tier5
NOS548 / 4.0
Transmission2.00
Tires52 / 48
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 24mph 2nd, perfect 3rd, 5.000rpm 4th, deep good 5th and NOS, rest perfect shifts
Time7.665

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