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Ferrari 812 Competizione CSR2, best tune and shift pattern

The Ferrari 812 Competizione is the CSR2 Ferrari Duality Evo Cup Prize Car of Season 153.

Obviously, the Ferrari 812 Competizione is one of the faster cars in Tier 5.

Ferrari 812 Competizione SPecifications

Equipped with the most powerful production engine from Ferrari, the 812 Competizione impresses with a flawless racing driving experience.
The new Ferrari 812 Competizione is nothing less than the automotive equivalent of intensely experienced passion, beguiling aesthetics, and exaggerated drama, igniting a sensual rush the likes of which can otherwise only be experienced in interpersonal relationships.

Its 6.5-liter twelve-cylinder engine is a monument to classic engine design. It unleashes 830 hp at an incredible 9250 revs, another 30 hp more than the regular 812 and thus a new record for production engines at Ferrari. The overhaul goes far beyond fine tuning: titanium connecting rods, new pistons, modified crankshaft, valve timing with sliding cam followers like in Formula 1, and a completely redesigned intake system with shortened, variable air ducts that crowns the 65° V12 allow the naturally aspirated engine to breathe even more freely and give it a downright ecstatic revving pleasure.

The engine converts even the smallest pedal command into propulsion in a flash. The mighty V12 is as aggressive on the throttle as a thoroughbred racing engine, but still shows the best manners and, despite particulate filters, produces a sound spectacle that brings power, culture, lifestyle and racing into harmony, as captivating and promising as the laughter of the beloved on a date.

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The CSR2 Ferrari 812 Competizione

The 5 purple star Ferrari can fit 135 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The 812 should run 6.943s. To sum up, the 812 Competizione is one of the faster cars in Tier 5.

Ferrari 812 Competizione tune and shift pattern

Ferrari 812 Competizione
NOS188 / 4.0
Tires42 / 58
Wining shift patternStart at 4.800rpm (needle drop), 3.000rpm 2nd and NOS, rest deep good or early perfect shifts

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