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CSR2 Legends Full Walkthrough 2021

CSR2 Legends is a new part of CSR2 where you can restore iconic and historical cars and add them to your garage to use them for races.

Unlike the regular cars, you won’t unlock the cars and then can upgrade them, you need to restore them completely before you can do much with them, including tuning.

So many think that this is just another “money-making feature”, but you can actually beat this without spending essential Gold or even money if you follow this guide here.

Attention! Keep in mind that you can’t sell or strip any car that you haven’t restored or you will lose the whole process.

All Legend Cars Best Times & Tuning

If you need some help with tuning a certain car or see what time it possibly can get, please check out this:

Tier Car Best Time Ranking in Tier Tune & Shift
1 Ford Mustang Boss 302 11.552 1/15 Click here
2 Mercedes Benz 300 SL Coupe 8.275 1/27 Click here
2 Ferrari 250 GTO 8.317 2/27 Click here
3 Chevrolet Corvette C3 ZR1 7.292 2/42 Click here
3 Pontiac GTO ‘The Judge’ 7.169 1/42 Click here
3 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C 7.907 7/42 Click here
4 Honda NSX-R 9.474 1/98 Click here
4 Ford GT40 Mk2 9.837 3/98 Click here
4 Lamborghini Countach LP 5000 QV 9.872 5/98 Click here
5 Porsche Carrera GT 7.574 104/315 Click here
5 Bugatti EB110 7.694 128/315 Click here
5 McLaren F1 6.906 5/315 Click here

As you can see, taking them to Elite Custom Level 50 will make them all one of the fastest cars in their respective tier!

Now let’s check out step by step how to finish CSR2 Legends 🙂

Step-By-Step Walkthrough To CSR2 Legends

In this guide you only need to follow these steps here and don’t skip any of them – this will unlock you the McLaren F1 🙂

Important General Tips!!!

Please mind these general tips to get better progress, no matter at what stage you are in Legends:

#1: Only work on restoring one single car at a time. This makes sure that all daily trial parts will match that car and not other cars you have. This is the fastest way to restore a car and then focus on the next one. Also daily rewards will match that car. Rather wait on proceeding the event races than working on 2 or more cars simultaniously!

#2: Rather wait before restoring duplicates. If you lack a Stage 6 parts rather wait for special assistance events to start than restoring a duplicate to strip. If you have all cars in a story mode restored, rather get a car you haven’t restored so far as you need all of them to finish Legends. There will always be special events or lucky Stage 6 drops to help you out than wasting a lot of time restoring a duplicate to maybe get a duplicate Stage 6 or not a single one at all!

#3: Restore cars in Tiers, First T2, then T3, then T4 and so on. Check what cars you have many parts and what parts you will get in story mode next to start restoring the car you can restore fastest.

Step 1: Earn Izzy’s respect by using your best T2 car and complete the four races (you need to beat 13.44s) and you will get the Ferrari 250 GTO

Step 2: Complete the stages until you have upgrades all Stage 5 upgrades in your 250 GTO and fuse as many fusion parts as possible. This is the step where most people lose it and think they need to pay money to proceed but you only need to upgrade and fuse as much as you can.

Step 3: Start the Restoration Rush and complete it to Race 15

Step 4: Now you should see a Legend Trial popping up that you can finish. It’s 15 races and you will get 1100 components for it. Complete all of them.

Step 5: Now complete the second half of the Restoration Rush, you’ll need 11.997s to beat the final race. By that time you should have fully restored the 250 GTO.

My recommended tuning is Tires 0/100, Final Drive 2.06 and Nitro at 110/4.2

Step 6: Get the Ford Mustang Moss 302 from the dealer and fully upgrade and tune it, my recommended tuning is Tires 0/100, Final Drive 4.23 and Nitro at 136/6.1.

You also need to upgrade and fuse the Aston Martin DB5 and the Mercedes 300 SL to Stage 5.

Step 7: Now it’s time to start and complete a Twin Test with 40 races. Use the 250 GTO and Mustang Boss 302, the final time to beat is 23.264s.

csr2 legends twin test

You can use the components you get on the DB5 and the 300 SL, I recommend to do the restorations that are the most expensive first, this will give you biggest bang for your buck.

Do not proceed until you have them fully restored.

Step 8: Get the Chevrolet Corvette C3 and fully upgrade and fuse it to Stage 5.

Step 9: Now it’s time to start Izzy’s Explanation and you should pick the Mustang Boss 302 first, then the DB5 and last the 300 SL. Complete Izzy’s Explanation and use the components you get to fully restore the Corvette C3.

Step 10: You should have won several Stage 6 Upgrade parts for the DB5, 300 SL and also the Corvette C3 so apply them now and fuse as much as you can.

Tip! If you will fall short with any car, you will see a 2 day special trial showing up called “Izzy’s Assistance – C” that rewrads more fusion parts and also Stage 6 parts for the cars you locked in in the main event. Use it along with the special crates you see for Bronze Keys to pick up the needed Stage 6 parts. Mind, also fully restoring a car you locked in will give you a good boost.

Step 11: As soon as you have fully restored the Corvette C3 you can start Restoring Faith – here you should pick these cars in following order: Mustang Boss 302, DB5, 300 SL and Corvette C3. While you run work on completing Restoring Faith, use all won Stage 6 upgrades you get on the way and apply them.

Step 12: Time to get the Lamborghini Countach and fully restore it and upgrade it as much as you can with all Stage 6 parts and fusion parts you have. Do not proceed until you have done this (I know it’s annoying but will help you to not get stuck in the next step).

csr2 legends never die

Step 13: Now you can start Legends Never Die and pick these cars in that order: Countach, Boss 302, DB5, 300 SL and Corvette C3. Take your time, don’t rush and always apply all Stage 6 upgrades and fusion parts you get and you’re done 🙂

Tim

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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