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Elite Custom & Tuner Guide, How To Farm Parts + Parts Needed

Elite Custom (and later Elite Tuners) added the functionality to upgrade a car even further in CSR2. Normal cars can’t get customized so several cars have the option to get upgraded to unlock further customization possibilities and also additional fusion slots for more performance.

In this guide I will give you more insights into the system, how you can get Elite Parts and the most effective way to farm them, what cars to spend them on with a priority list… basically everything you need to know to get the most out of the Elite feature in CSR2.

Upgrading Elite Level

Several cars in CSR2 have the Elite feature enabled, this means you can get them to Elite Custom Level 50 and unlock more customization, additional fusion slots and more rarity stars (the last one doesn’t add anything in terms of game features).

elite custom upgrade road

Taking a car to Elite 50 is a long journey, don’t think you can do that fast. In total you will need:

Car Green

Parts

Blue

Parts

Red

Parts

Yellow

Parts

Ford Mustang Boss 302 4,150 1,375 360 0
Aston Martin DB5 7,270 2,390 421 0
Farrari 250 GTO 5,200 1,710 442 0
Pontiac GTO ‘The Judge’ 12,960 3,925 1,880 60
Plymouth HEMI Cuda 22,770 7,155 3,425 120
Ford GT40 Mk2 23,335 2,400 40 0
Jaguar XJ220 33,120 10,560 5,055 320
Saleen S7 Twin Turbo 33,660 10,735 5,140 400
Mercedes 300 SL Coupe 6,210 2,045 487 0
Chevrolet Corvette C3 ZR1 10,350 3,405 1,630 21
Shelby Cobra 427 S/C 12,420 3,750 1,355 26
Honda NSX-R 20,700 6,810 3,260 80
Lamborghini Countach LP 5000 QV 23,310 7,330 3,510 160
Bugatti EB110 SS 31,050 10,215 4,890 200
Porsche Carrera GT 33,430 10,265 5,040 320
McLaren F1 33,660 10,735 5,140 400
BMW M235i Coupe 5,200 1,710 442 0
Audi RS5 Coupe 12,420 3,750 1,355 26
Mercedes C 63 AMG Coupe Edition 507 10,350 3,405 1,630 21
Aston MArtin Vantage 23,310 7,330 3,510 160
Honda NSX 20,700 6,800 3,260 80
Ferrari 488 Pista Spider 33,660 10,735 5,140 400
Lamborghini Huracan Coupe 33,120 10,560 5,055 320
Porsche 911 R 33,660 10,735 5,140 400
Ford F-150 SVT Raptor 6,210 2,045 487 0
Chevrolet Camaro SS 10,350 3,405 1,630 21
Dodge SRT Hellcat 10,350 3,405 1,630 21
Ford Mustang GT Premium 12,960 3,925 1,880 60
LM Rally Fighter 12,420 3,760 1,355 26
Cadillac CTS-V 22,770 7,155 3,425 120
Chevrolet 2020 Corvette Stingray 23,310 7,330 3,510 160
Dodge Viper GTS 20,700 6,810 3,260 80
Jeep Grand Cherokee Trackhawk 22,770 7,155 3,425 120
Shelby Super Snake 33,240 5,120 2,320 240
Honda VARIS Civic Type R 10,350 3,405 1,630 21
Mazda RX-7 Rocket Bunny 20,700 6,810 3,260 80
BMW VARIS M4 GTS 20,700 6,810 3,260 80
Honda LB NSX 20,700 6,810 3,260 80
Nissan Silvia (S15) Rocket Bunny 20,700 6,810 3,260 80
Lamborghini LB Lihouette Huracan Coupe 31,050 10,215 4,890 200
Nissan 2017 GT-R (R-35) *NEW* 30,430 10,160 4,650 200
Nissan Skyline GT-R (R34) *NEW* 30,430 10,160 4,650 200
Toyota GR Supra *NEW* 30,430 10,160 4,650 200

That’s a bunch, but Elite 50 cars perform a lot better than Elite 0 cars. I don’t want to get too deep into it now, you can refer to the table at the end of the guide where you see what cars are worth doing it.

You can also convert the Green Parts to Blue Parts and Blue Parts to Red Parts, but the conversion rate is quite bad:

csr2 convert elite parts

Farming Elite Parts

Getting Elite Parts is a long journey and requires dedication and consistency. I have here the best ways that you should use to get them.

The only consistent way to get them is during ShowDown Events, where you get them for reaching a certain trophy count but also for doing a certain amount of races.

champions showdown september 23rd

While your trophy count does depend a lot on the car you have and how you have been upgrading it, the Participation Rewards are the most consistent way to get Elite Parts in CSR2.

Still, doing like 100 races per ShowDown can be time-consuming but I can only recommend you to put as many in as possible, no matter what car you have and how you’re performing.

Normally you can expect this amount (in total):

  • 20 Races: 900 Green Parts
  • 50 Races: 1,500 Green Parts
  • 100 Races: 3,000 Green Parts
  • 150 Races: 3,900 Green Parts + 50 Blue Parts
  • 200 Races: 4,900 Green Parts + 125 Blue Parts

So, you very likely need to use the feature to convert parts as putting it 150+ races in a single ShowDown consistently is just brutal. You need to see how much time you want to invest, but I think most players will be around the 100 races per ShowDown, that’s about 15 races per day.

The leaderboard also rewards some extra parts, but you need to have the right car. You can check my ShowDown guide that will help you using the right car, correct tune, and some additional tips here.

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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