The Ferrari 488 Pista Spider performs in Top 100 in the current ranking list of all Tier 5 cars since the Elite Custom Sport Cars update. 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.
Ferrari 488 Pista Spider Coupe Tune & Shift Pattern
Here are all the info at one glance:
|Stage 5||Stage 6 (Elite Custom 0)||Stage 6 (Elite Custom 50)|
|Tune & Shift||Nitro: 198/4.0 | FD: 2.36 | Tires: 0/100
Perfect Start (release last dot of “1” in the countdown) and immediately hit into 2nd gear after start. You’ll see a needle drop. Do a very late shift at around 8,000 RPM into 3rd gear, use NOS in 3rd and continue with late shifts at around 8,000 RPM.
|Nitro: 200/4.0 | FD: 2.07 | Tires: 0/100
Perfect Start (release last dot of “1” in the countdown) and you see a needle drop. Do a late shift around 6,000 RPM into 2nd gear. Use NOS in 2nd gear and proceed with late shifts around 8,000 RPM from here.
|Stage 6 Engine||0.240s|
|Stage 6 Turbo||0.080s|
|Stage 6 Intake||0.080s|
|Stage 6 NOS||0.220s|
|Stage 6 Body||0.645s|
|Stage 6 Tires||0.340s|
|Stage 6 Transmission||0.170s|
To run a time of 11.318s with the Ferrari 488 Pista 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 Ferrari 488 Pista Spider can get you 7.472s
As you can see above, installing the Stage 6 body and tires will give you the biggest time boost on the dyno while Stage 6 intake and turbo has the lowest impact on your final time.
You can compare this car with all other cars here in the full time overview table