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Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE CSR2, best tune and shift pattern

The Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE is the CSR2 Milestone Car of Season 165

The Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE is one of the faster Cars in Tier 4.

Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE Specifications

The real Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE

The first generation of the Porsche 911 (Urmodell or F-model) could be purchased from 1964. The Porsche 911 was a 2+2-seater sports car and was available as a coupe, convertible and targa. The 911 was offered with the following engines: 2.0 – 2.4 liter gasoline engine (110-190 hp). The last Porsche 911 from the original model (F model) rolled off the production line in 1973. The 911 was a major development compared to the Porsche 356 model. This applies to the entire vehicle design and especially to the engine.

About an hour’s drive from the center of Tokyo, Akira Nakai-San runs his workshop, which has since achieved world fame – his conversions are the subject of highly polarizing debate. At the beginning of the nineties, at the age of 28, he fulfilled his dream and bought a Porsche 930, which he immediately modified. The black “Stella Artois” – named after his favorite beer brand – was the start of his career.

Followers of his style love him because his body kits appear exaggerated and raw, uncompromisingly designed in the name of speed. Coolness through Racelook. In particular, his extreme wide-body race kits are modeled on race-proven touring and endurance Porsche bodies, designed to give the solvent private racer not only an aerodynamic advantage but also the eye-catching bonus at club racing on the home track.

For the last few years he has had a manager who not only takes care of press appointments, but with whom he has set up a dozen locations around the world. These are mostly local workshops or tuners that sell RWB kits in cooperation with Nakai-San. If a new customer is interested in a rebuild, chain-smoking Nakai-San tries to define a possible project and parts in a preliminary conversation about their desires.

A $22,000 RWB kit comes standard with front and rear bumpers, four fender flares, a pair of side skirts, a GT-2 or 3.8 RS rear spoiler and small parts. Once ordered, the GRP parts are manufactured by its Japanese suppliers, then shipped to the customer’s branch workshop, painted by these partners in the color of the customer’s choice, and then installed on site exclusively by Nakai-San himself. In recent years, he has converted up to 60 vehicles per year, jetting from one country to the next continent. In addition to his race conversion kits, he also offers ‘narrow-body’ street versions, all for 930, 964 and 993 models, and optionally sells suspension strut systems from Japanese manufacturer Aragosta, XXXXL Champion rear spoilers, SSR rims and tires up to 335 width.

“About $40,000 is what a customer ultimately has to be willing to pay to call a full-blown Rauh Welt Porsche his own – conversion costs only, of course.” In Germany, however, with the help of a nice TÜV inspector, it has nevertheless already been possible to obtain an operating permit – at least for the slimmer ‘narrow-body kits’.

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The CSR2 Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE

The 4 yellow star Porsche can fit 91 Fusion parts. So far nothing special. The Porsche RWB 911 should run  9.989s. To sum up, the Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE is one of the faster cars in Tier 4.

Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE tune and shift pattern

Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE
Tier4
NOS252 / 4.2
Transmission2.59
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 40mph 2nd, immediately 3rd and NOS, perfect 4th (stay in 4th)
Time9.989
Porsche RWB 911 F-Series NARRO STYLE
Tier4
NOS261 / 4.2
Transmission2.57
Tires0 / 100
Wining shift patternPerfect start, 36mph 2nd, fast 3rd and NOS, perfect 4th (stay in 4th)
Time9.940

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