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LocalMotors Rally Fighter Tune & Shift Pattern (S5 & S6)

The LM Rally Fighter performs in Top 20 in the current ranking list of all Tier 3 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.

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LM Rally Fighter Tune & Shift Pattern

Here are all the info at one glance:

Stage 5 Stage 6 (Elite 0) Stage 6 (Elite 50)
Time 9.061s 8.314s 8.039s
Tune & Shift
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Nitro: 404/5.6 | FD: 3.38 | Tires: 0/100

Perfect Start (release when the 2 appears in the countdown) and shift into 2nd gear around 5,000 RPM with an early shift. Use NOS in 2nd gear and finish with perfect shifts.

Nitro: 404/5.9 | FD: 3.02 | Tires: 0/100

Perfect Start (release when the 2 appears in the countdown) and use NOS in 1st gear around 5,000 RPM and do perfect shifts.

Stage 6 Engine 0.120s
Stage 6 Turbo 0.115s
Stage 6 Intake 0.100s
Stage 6 NOS 0.235s
Stage 6 Body 0.185s
Stage 6 Tires 0.050s
Stage 6 Transmission 0.100s

To run a time of 9.061s with the LM Rally Fighter, 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 LM Rally Fighter can get you 8.314s

As you can see above, installing the Stage 6 NOS and body will give you the biggest time boost on the dyno while Stage 6 tires has the lowest impact on your final time.

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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