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Alfa Romeo 8C Spider Tune & Shift Pattern (S5 & S6)

The Alfa Romeo 8C Spider performs in Top 50 in the current ranking list of all Tier 4 cars. Below you will find the best tune settings, what time boosts several Stage 6 parts will give you and also the optimal shift pattern to use with the tunes.

Alfa Romeo 8C Spider Tune & Shift Pattern

Here are all the info at one glance:

Stage 5 Stage 6
Time 12.316s 10.293s
Tune & Shift This is a dyno beating setup that also works great with less fusion parts:

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Nitro: 188/4.0 | FD: 2.85 | Tires: 0/100

Perfect Start (release last dot of 1 in the countdown) and immediately hit into 2nd gear after the start and you will get a needle drop. Then very early shift into 3rd gear between 2,000 and 3,000 RPM. Use NOS in 3rd gear and do a deep good shift into 4th gear and late good shifts near 8,000 RPM after that.

Stage 6 Engine 0.435s
Stage 6 Turbo 0.235s
Stage 6 Intake 0.215s
Stage 6 NOS 0.300s
Stage 6 Body 0.590s
Stage 6 Tires 0.395s
Stage 6 Transmission 0.230s

To run a time of 12.437s with the Alfa Romeo 8C Spider, you will need to have all Stage 5 upgrades installed and all fusion slots filled. Please mind that having less fusion parts can make your car a little slower for each missing fusion part.

A fully maxed Alfa Romeo 8C Spider can get you 10.293s

This car is special when it comes to Stage 6 upgrades as you will get a good boost from all Stage 6 parts. Yes, body will lift your performance most but even the “worst” Stage 6 part will boost 0.2s of your time which is really nice.

You can compare this car with all other cars here in the full time overview table

Written by Tim

Hi, I'm Tim and I play CSR2 since the release for every day straight and I absolutely love the fine-tuning aspect of the game and the feeling when hours of trying tunes get a little bit better times. It's all about details in life, right? ????

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