M12S Warthog CST/Gameplay

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NOTE: The acceleration times and braking distances provided below may vary in-game depending on the in-game weather conditions and whether or not the player is in a DLC expansion map (Blizzard Mountain, Horizon Hot Wheels, Fortune Island, or Horizon LEGO Valley).

General[edit]

  • The M12S CST is eligible for the following preset car themes:
    • Anything Goes
    • Extreme Offroad
    • American All-Stars (vehicles from the United States of America)
    • Heavy Hitters (vehicles weighing at least 4,400 lb (1,996 kg))
  • The M12S Warthog CST is ideal for many Cross Country or Dirt Racing events, particularly short or medium-length Cross Country routes and Scramble routes.
    • Tuning the vehicle is highly recommended to get the fastest lap times possible in Class A on short Cross Country routes and Scramble routes.
  • Due to its low top speed of only 192 kilometers per hour (119 mph), the Warthog is not recommended for longer routes, especially Head-to-Head Races, Sprints, Trails, and long Circuits, even more so on any Drivatar Difficulty exceeding Pro. The Warthog will easily be overtaken by hypercars/track cars like the Mosler MT900S, Ferrari 599XX Evoluzione, and Apollo Intensa Emozione, as well as other offroad-oriented vehicles like the Bowler EXR S and MG Metro 6R4.
    • It is obviously not recommended for use in drag races longer than a quarter mile (402 m) due to this. However, this ultimately depends on the driver skill and the vehicle's tune.
    • Try to avoid any events marked as "Anything Goes", as entering those events will make the Warthog far more likely to be matched against these vehicles (or worse, the "starter" cars and barn finds like the Ford Focus RS (Mark III), TVR Cerbera Speed 12, Ford Escort RS Cosworth, etc.), especially in PvP and/or Co-Op sessions.
    • Its ideal competition is other vehicles in Offroad, Extreme Offroad, or Rally Monsters.
  • Take advantage of the vehicle's strong launch to overtake opponents at the start, especially when doing solo races.
  • The M12S Warthog CST is ideal for traveling through rough terrain.
  • Its high ride height allows it to traverse through shallow water more easily than most other vehicles.
  • It is ideal for Wreckage skills, as it is more than heavy enough to destroy multiple objects at once without losing too much speed or even breaking a Skill Chain.
  • Even with a properly tuned and adjusted RWD Drivetrain swap, the Warthog is still less than ideal for drifting, as despite having a twin-turbocharged V8 at stock, it has insufficient wheelspin to drift properly.
    • Because of this, it is highly recommended to avoid using the Warthog for Drift Zones, even offroad ones, and instead use a better suited, drift-tuned vehicle like the Ford F-100 or Willys Jeep MB.
  • The M12S Warthog CST is not an ideal choice for most PR Stunts, as it lacks the speed to get 3 stars or even 2 stars on most PR Stunts, especially Speed Traps and Speed Zones on asphalt roads.
    • For Speed Traps and Speed Zones on asphalt roads, faster cars like the Ferrari 599XX Evoluzione and Mosler MT900S are far more suitable choices.
    • For offroad Speed Traps and Speed Zones, any car tuned with an AWD drivetrain swap, maximum weight reduction, a powerful engine (e.g. the Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4's 6.5L V12 that can make up to 1,515 hp (1,130 kW)), and the Rally Tire Compound is a better choice.
    • The M12S CST has only enough speed to achieve 2 stars on some Danger Signs.
  • When creating a design for the M12S CST, the red triangular markings on the vehicle's body do not disappear, but can be covered with vinyls.
  • There are a total of five exclusive manufacturer decals for the M12S CST: three post-war UNSC logos and two Liang-Dortmund Corporation logos.
  • When putting the M12S Warthog CST for sale in the Auction House, the vehicle has a minimum starting price of 85,000 CR and a maximum starting price of 920,000 CR.
    • The M12S CST's minimum buyout price is 468,000 CR, while the maximum buyout is 1,005,000 CR.

Forza Horizon 3[edit]

  • The M12S Warthog CST is a "Rare" vehicle, meaning it cannot be bought from the Autoshow by normal means. It can only be obtained through the following:
    • By having played either Halo 5: Guardians or Halo: The Master Chief Collection between September 6, 2016 and September 23, 2016 and receiving a redeemable code to unlock the vehicle.
    • #Forzathon events in October 2016 (The Halo Weekender), February 2017 (Who Wants Seconds?), January 2018 (Hot and Heavy Horizon), and March 2018 (Play in the Mud)
    • Auction House
  • It carries the following statistics:
Class Speed Handling Acceleration Launch Braking Championship Value
A 800 4.3 7.9 8.5 10 8.5 Extreme Offroad 850,000 CR

Acceleration & Speed

  • 0 - 60 mph (0 - 97 km/h): 4.975 s
  • 0 - 100 mph (0 - 161 km/h): 13.760 s
  • Top Speed: 114.5 mph (184.3 km/h)

Braking Distance

  • 60 mph - 0 (97 km/h - 0): 112.6 ft (34.3 m)
  • 100 mph - 0 (161 km/h - 0): 243.4 ft (74.2 m)

Lateral Gs

  • 60 mph (97 km/h): 0.89
  • 120 mph (193 km/h): 0.88
  • The M12S Warthog CST is one of the least upgradable vehicles, with only Tires and Rims and Conversion being available:
Upgrade Area Upgrade Weight Δ Rim Size Δ Front Δ Cost
Tires and Rims - Rim Style Sport Rim Style Minimum: 0 lb (0 kg)
Maximum: -124 lb (56 kg)
N/A N/A Minimum: 3,300 CR
Maximum: 4,000 CR
Tires and Rims - Rim Style Multi-Piece Rim Style Minimum: 0 lb (0 kg)
Maximum: -93 lb (42 kg)
N/A N/A Minimum: 3,000 CR
Maximum: 3,700 CR
Tires and Rims - Rim Style Specialized Rim Style Minimum: 0 lb (0 kg)
Maximum: -124 lb (56 kg)
N/A N/A Minimum: 3,000 CR
Maximum: 3,700 CR
Tires and Rims - Front Rim Size 21 in Front Rims +14 lb (6.4 kg) 420/55R21 N/A 2,600 CR
Tires and Rims - Front Rim Size 22 in Front Rims +28 lb (13 kg) 420/55R22 N/A 3,000 CR
Tires and Rims - Front Rim Size 23 in Front Rims +44 lb (20 kg) 420/50R23 N/A 3,200 CR
Tires and Rims - Front Rim Size 24 in Front Rims +60 lb (27 kg) 420/50R24 N/A 3,400 CR
Tires and Rims - Rear Rim Size 21 in Rear Rims +14 lb (6.4 kg) 420/55R21 N/A 2,600 CR
Tires and Rims - Rear Rim Size 22 in Rear Rims +28 lb (13 kg) 420/55R22 N/A 3,000 CR
Tires and Rims - Rear Rim Size 23 in Rear Rims +44 lb (20 kg) 420/50R23 N/A 3,200 CR
Tires and Rims - Rear Rim Size 24 in Rear Rims +60 lb (27 kg) 420/50R24 N/A 3,400 CR
Conversion - Drivetrain Swap RWD Drivetrain -51 lb (23 kg) N/A -2% 10,000 CR
  • It can only be upgraded to S1 802 at most.
    • Despite this, it is entirely possible for Drivatars to drive the M12S with a higher class, sometimes even reaching X 999. This is most easily observed when the player drives a car upgraded to X 999 (e.g. Lamborghini Centenario LP 770-4) and enters an Anything Goes race event with it.
      • American All-Stars

#Forzathon Events[edit]

The following table details the #Forzathon events that offered the M12S Warthog CST as a prize, along with the challenges and the requirements to complete them.

Event Start Date
End Date
Challenge Requirement
The Halo Weekender October 27, 2016
October 30, 2016
Looks More Like a Puma Finish 5 public games of both King and Flag Rush in an Extreme Offroad vehicle.
Who Wants Seconds? February 3, 2017
February 6, 2017
General Issue Win 5 Head-to-Head races in a Jeep.
Hot and Heavy Horizon January 19, 2018
January 26, 2018
Flies Pretty Well Perform 20 Kangaroo Skills in an Offroad vehicle.
Play in the Mud March 23, 2018
March 30, 2018
Large Headlights Complete 3 Street Races in an Extreme Offroad vehicle.

Forza Horizon 4[edit]

  • The M12S Warthog CST can now be purchased normally from the Autoshow for 850,000 CR.
    • In Series 10 (June 6, 2018 14:30:00 GMT - July 4, 2018 14:29:59 GMT), the M12S was also obtainable by reaching League 10 in Ranked Adventure.
  • As of the Series 3 update in November 2018, the M12S Warthog CST's stock rims now come with two advanced paint groups: Paint Group 1 and Inner Barrel.
    • Changing the rim style potentially allows for more advanced paint groups for the rims. The total number of advanced paint groups for the rims available depends on the type of rims selected.
  • The M12S Warthog CST has a Legendary rarity, making it extremely rare in the Wheelspin, especially as the Wheelspin tends to prioritize other Legendary items (including Forza Edition cars).
    • It does have a slightly higher chance of appearing in a Super Wheelspin though. Even then, depending on your luck, it may be better to obtain the M12S CST through the Autoshow for the full 850,000 CR price or through the Auction House for a lower price.
      • As of Series 11 (July 2019), every car, including the M12S, has a dynamic maximum price based on how often it sells in the Auction House, up to a maximum of 20,000,000 CR. This can allow players to obtain the M12S Warthog for more than 60% off the 850,000 CR value.
  • Its stats have been changed from the previous game:
Class Speed Handling Acceleration Launch Braking Championship
↓A 756 ↑5.2 ↓7.1 ↑9.7 10 ↓7.5 Extreme Offroad
  • The stats have been changed:

Acceleration & Speed

  • 0 - 60 mph (0 - 97 km/h): 3.811 s
  • 0 - 100 mph (0 - 161 km/h): 9.560 s
  • Top Speed: 117.9 mph (189.7 km/h)

Braking Distance

  • 60 mph - 0 (97 km/h - 0): 245.1 ft (74.7 m)
  • 100 mph - 0 (161 km/h - 0): 446.2 ft (136.0 m)

Lateral Gs

  • 60 mph (97 km/h): 0.93
  • 120 mph (193 km/h): 0.92
  • Maximum top speed is now 194 kilometers per hour (121 mph).
  • In addition, it now has more upgrades than before:
Upgrade Area Upgrade Power Δ Torque Δ Weight Δ Front Δ Perf. Index Δ Cost
Engine - Twin Turbo Sport Twin Turbo +138 hp (103 kW) +164 ft·lb (223 N·m) +33 lb (15 kg) N/A +33 3,600 CR
Engine - Twin Turbo Race Twin Turbo +233 hp (173 kW) +277 ft·lb (376 N·m) +33 lb (15 kg) N/A +50 5,400 CR
Engine - Intercooler Race Intercooler +15 hp (11 kW) +18 ft·lb (24 N·m) +17 lb (8 kg) N/A +5 2,200 CR
Conversion - Engine Swap Racing 7.2L V8[note 1] +130 hp (97 kW) -215 ft·lb (292 N·m) -44 lb (20 kg) N/A +26 50,000 CR[note 2]
  • The maximum engine output it can have with the standard engine is 968 hp (722 kW) and 1,150 ft·lb (1,560 N·m).
  • With the Racing 7.2L V8 engine swap from the RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR-Rockstar Energy Pro 2 Truck, it gains access to even more upgrades:
Upgrade Area Upgrade Power Δ Torque Δ Weight Δ Front Δ Perf. Index Δ Cost
Engine - Intake Manifold / Throttle Body[note 3] Race Intake Manifold / Throttle Body +42 hp (31 kW) +31 ft·lb (42 N·m) -17 lb (7.7 kg) N/A +9 2,200 CR
Engine - Fuel System Race Fuel System +46 hp (34 kW) +35 ft·lb (48 N·m) N/A N/A +9 1,950 CR
Engine - Ignition Race Ignition +38 hp (28 kW) +28 ft·lb (38 N·m) N/A N/A +9 1,950 CR
Engine - Displacement Race Engine Block +67 hp (50 kW), +290 cc (17.7 cu in) +50 ft·lb (68 N·m) N/A N/A +13 4,900 CR
Engine - Twin Turbo[note 4] Race Twin Turbo +59 hp (44 kW) +44 ft·lb (60 N·m) +1 lb (0.5 kg) N/A +7 5,400 CR
Engine - Positive-Displacement Supercharger[note 5] Race Positive-Displacement Supercharger +59 hp (44 kW) +44 ft·lb (60 N·m) +6 lb (2.7 kg) N/A +7 5,400 CR
Engine - Intercooler[note 6] Street Intercooler +17 hp (13 kW) +13 ft·lb (18 N·m) +44 lb (20 kg) N/A +1 750 CR
Engine - Intercooler Sport Intercooler +43 hp (32 kW) +32 ft·lb (43 N·m) +60 lb (27 kg) N/A +3 1,450 CR
Engine - Intercooler Race Intercooler +77 hp (57 kW) +58 ft·lb (79 N·m) +77 lb (35 kg) +1% +6 2,200 CR
Engine - Flywheel Sport Flywheel N/A N/A -4 lb (1.8 kg) N/A 0 ~ +1 1,600 CR
Engine - Flywheel Race Flywheel N/A N/A -9 lb (4.1 kg) N/A +1 ~ +2 2,400 CR
Conversion - Aspiration Swap Twin Turbo +220 hp (164 kW) +166 ft·lb (225 N·m) +26 lb (12 kg) N/A +36 3,600 CR
Conversion - Aspiration Swap Positive-Displacement Supercharger +220 hp (164 kW) +166 ft·lb (225 N·m) +47 lb (21 kg) N/A +35 3,600 CR

※ The power, torque, and Performance Index delta figures provided in the table above are with the Twin Turbo aspiration swap. The Positive-Displacement Supercharger aspiration swap provides less gains.

  • The highest class it can reach is S1 853. The following parts must be installed:
    • Racing 7.2L V8
    • Twin Turbo
    • Race Ignition
    • Race Engine Block
    • Race Twin Turbo
    • Race Intercooler
    • Race Flywheel
    • Any low-weight rim style (3,300 - 4,000 CR)
      • As of the November 2018 Series 3 update, this requires a total of 75,700 - 76,400 CR.
    • It makes a maximum of 1,356 hp (1,012 kW) and 1,021 ft·lb (1,385 N·m) of torque from this engine swap with the Twin Turbo aspiration swap installed.
    • Despite having a wider range of upgrades than before, it is still ineffective in Rivals or PvP events featuring S1 Class vehicles or higher due to the strong presence and superior performance of vehicles like the Ford F-150 Prerunner DeBerti Design Truck, Lamborghini Urus, McLaren 720S Spider and 600LT Coupé, etc., as it does not have enough upgrades to reach the top of S1 Class.
      • In spite of this, Drivatars can be seen driving the M12S with a class of S1 860. This is most easily observed if the player drives a vehicle with a class of at least S1 865 (preferably a car that can be upgraded to X 999, like the Apollo Intensa Emozione or Koenigsegg CCGT) and enters a solo or co-op race event with a small list of eligible vehicles, including the M12S itself.
    • However, the Warthog is now more competitive on PR Stunts due to its increased speed, making it an ideal choice for some Danger Signs and offroad Speed Zones.
    • The highest speed it can reach is 163 mph (263 km/h), which can be achieved with widening the vehicle's gear ratios. Adjusting the Final Drive to a lower value like 4.90 is enough, although the player can also fine-tune the individual gear ratios to their liking.
      • With the increased speed, the Warthog is more capable of taking on longer drag race routes, but its increased speed's effectiveness still diminishes drastically on The Juggernaut, which is 2.6 mi (4.2 km) long, where it is easily overtaken by the likes of the Ferrari 599XX Evoluzione (which is capable of easily exceeding 311 mph (500 km/h)), Porsche 906 Carrera 6, and Rimac C_Two.
  • To tune the vehicle to A 800, the player must install the following:
    • Racing 7.2L V8
    • Race Intake Manifold / Throttle Body
    • Race Ignition
    • Race Flywheel
      • This requires a total of only 56,550 CR.
  • Combining the Racing 7.2L V8 with a RWD swap and Twin Turbo upgrades allow the Warthog to be more easily driftable.
  • Exercise caution when using the Warthog for A Class online races, especially Road Racing Series and Street Scene events, as there is a high chance that the player will run into superior cars like the Alfa Romeo Giulia TZ2, Shelby Cobra Daytona Coupe, and Alfa Romeo 33 Stradale, none of which the Warthog can compete with except in Dirt Racing events.
    • In offroad races, the Warthog is an effective choice, albeit usually inferior to other vehicles like the Hot Wheels Bone Shaker, Chevrolet Colorado ZR2, Mercedes-Benz X-Class X 250 d, and Ford F-150 Raptor, which have better speed overall.
    • In A Class Rivals leaderboards on Cross Country Circuits and Scramble routes, the M12S is also an effective choice, capable of reaching the Top 100, although this ultimately depends on driver skill and, in some cases, the selection of vehicles offered in the Rivals event.
  • The Warthog can be used in #Forzathon Live events, but it is most effective when used during rounds where the player must earn Air Skills.
  • As the Warthog is an Extreme Offroad vehicle, unlocking its Car Mastery Perks (see below) allows for more Influence to be earned while racing in Cross Country Series events in this vehicle.
  • In the LEGO Speed Champions Expansion, the "Comin At Ya" Brick Challenge requires the player to exceed 120 mph (193 km/h) in the Warthog while in Horizon LEGO Valley. It is a Medium difficulty Skills Brick Challenge that can most easily be done with upgrades to the Warthog (e.g. installing the Racing 7.2L V8 engine swap). Although it is still entirely possible with a stock (A 756) vehicle, it is more difficult this way.
    • With either method, the easiest way is to start at the Falcon Speedway at the northwest corner of the map and head towards Brickchester southeast of the Falcon Spedway.
  • As of the Series 18 update (January 14, 2020), the M12S Warthog is a playable car in Tier 7 of The Eliminator.

Car Mastery[edit]

The following is a table listing all of the M12S Warthog CST's Car Mastery Perks, as they appear in the game. Note that only "Collector's Item" can be unlocked from the beginning, after which the player can unlock adjacent perks.

Car Mastery
Push Your Luck[1] Showing Off[2] Fingers Crossed[3] Juggernaut[4]
Flying Car[5] Head-Turner[6] Ultimate Thrill[7] Wreckage Weapon[8]
Natural Drifter[9] Pass Master[10] Wombo Combo[11] Wrecking Ball[12]
Collector's Item[13] Skill Legend[14] Lucky Hit[15] Extra Life[16]

Completing this Car Mastery awards a total of 35,000 Influence Points (20,000 from 100 spent Skill Points, 10,000 from "Showing Off", and 5,000 from "Collector's Item") and requires a grand total of 100 Skill Points.

  1. ^ Wheelspin, 10 Skill Points
  2. ^ 10,000 Skills Influence, 10 Skill Points
  3. ^ Wheelspin, 10 Skill Points
  4. ^ +20% Influence in next 10 Cross Country events, 10 Skill Points
  5. ^ +30 Air Skill score, 5 Skill Points
  6. ^ +15% Event Finish Influence, 5 Skill Points
  7. ^ +20% Ultimate Skill Chain score, 5 Skill Points
  8. ^ +30% Wreckage Skill score, 5 Skill Points
  9. ^ +20% Drift/E-Drift Skill score, 3 Skill Points
  10. ^ +20% Pass Skill score, 3 Skill Points
  11. ^ +10% Combo Skill score, 3 Skill Points
  12. ^ +10% Wrecking Ball Skill score, 3 Skill Points
  13. ^ +5,000 Car Collection Influence, 1 Skill Point
  14. ^ Skill Multiplier maximum increased to x6.0, 1 Skill Point
  15. ^ Wheelspin, 1 Skill Point
  16. ^ Skill Chains take two collisions to break, 25 Skill Points

Series 19 Winter Weekly #FORZATHON Challenge - WHO LET THE HOGS OUT?[edit]

This Weekly #FORZATHON Challenge is part of the Series 19 Horizon Winter Season (February 27, 2020 14:30:00 GMT → March 5, 2020 14:29:59 GMT). Completing it awards 100 #FORZATHON Points (200 if the Lake Lodge house is owned) and adds 14% and 3.5% to the Horizon Winter Season and Series 19 Festival Playlist completion percentages, respectively. Note that the chapters below must be completed in the order they appear.

Chapter 1: A PIG IN THE POKE
"Own and drive the 2554 AMG Transport Dynamics M12S Warthog CST, a mysterious vehicle from the future"
  • Buying and owning the M12S is easy; just buy the vehicle from the Autoshow for 850,000 CR, or failing that, the Auction House for a lower price. It can sometimes be won in the Horizon Wheelspin.
    • 850,000 CR can easily be obtained by putting up an exclusive car like the Porsche 911 GT3 RS (991.2), Aston Martin DBS Superleggera, or Lamborghini Aventador LP 700-4 Forza Edition in the Auction House and then having it successfully sell for more than 900,000 CR (if either the finishing bid or the buyout exceeds said amount, assuming a player bought out the car and instantly won it).
    • Another way is to open a lot of Wheelspins and Super Wheelspins. Having a lot of unused Wheelspins and Super Wheelspins and then opening them will result in large earnings in CR, including CR earned from selling duplicate cars won in the Wheelspin, and potentially even the M12S itself.
  • Upon having the M12S, simply get in it and exit out to the in-game world.
Chapter 2: HOG WILD
"This thing seems very rugged! Test out its durability by earning 5 Wrecking Ball Skill Combos in the M12S Warthog CST"
  • The Wrecking Ball Skill Combo is obtained by destroying multiple small objects in a short period of time, subsequently also earning a lot of Wreckage Skills. While this can be done anywhere on the map, it is most easily done at the Greendale Aerodrome, which has more than 100 destructible small objects, ranging from curved fences to orange roadblock fences (these also award Road Open skills if destroyed) and railings.
  • Be careful of curved fences and hay bales, as driving through them can break a Skill Chain.
Chapter 3: CIVILIAN SPORT TRANSPORT
"Conduct a Warthog Run exercise to review the off-road capability of your M12S Warthog CST, by using it to win 3 Cross Country Series Events!"
  • This chapter can be done on any Drivatar difficulty setting or in online PvP races.
  • The Cross Country Series events can be either Cross Country Circuits or point-to-point Cross Country routes.
  • Custom Routes Method:
    1. Using short custom routes is advisable. To create one, go to any race event (except Street Scene or Drag Strip events), go to Route Creator, and then get in any car. Drive for an extremely short distance (about 400 ft), place a checkpoint, and then do a sharp right followed by a left U-turn and another sharp right to continue in the route's starting direction before placing down the finish line. A custom route like this should be easy to win on, even with a stock M12S.
    2. Blueprint a new Exhibition event at the route where the short custom route was created, using said short custom route. The car restrictions can be Anything Goes, Extreme Offroad, American All-Stars, Heavy Hitters, or AMG Transport Dynamics-only. Once the car restrictions and short custom route are created, save the Blueprint, but remember to select Cross Country for the racing series.
    3. Play the newly created Event Blueprint using the short custom route, select the M12S, and then just speed through the Drivatars past the first checkpoint and through the finish line immediately ahead. You should easily come in first, as the Drivatars will have to drive through the extra turns in the short custom route.
    4. Collect the race rewards from the event and then repeat the event twice more.
  • Default Routes Method:
    1. It is advisable to upgrade the M12S to A 800, which is done by installing the Racing 7.2L V8 and its Race Intake Manifold / Throttle Body, Race Ignition, and Race Flywheel upgrades.
    2. Short Cross Country Series routes are advisable. Blueprinting single lap races from Cross Country Circuits is recommended, but should you struggle with single lap races, having more laps is advisable.
    3. Any of the aforementioned car restrictions will work for this method.
Chapter 4: GOING THE WHOLE HOG
"Work up a big, grunty thirst by earning 3 Stars at the Slate Quarry Speed Trap in the M12S Warthog CST"
  • Upgrades are required for this chapter, specifically the Racing 7.2L V8 with the Twin Turbo aspiration swap upgrade along with the Race Ignition, Race Engine Block, Race Twin Turbo, Race Intercooler, and Race Flywheel upgrades installed. The Slate Quarry Speed Trap requires a trap speed of 130.00 mph (209.21 km/h) for 3 Stars, which a stock M12S obviously cannot achieve.
  • If you have not unlocked the Slate Quarry Speed Trap yet, progress through Speed Trap Hero by obtaining 3 Stars on Speed Traps to unlock more.
  • With the M12S upgraded to S1 850 or higher with the aforementioned upgrades, start from the Kingfisher Cottage house, and then head west on the dirt road towards the Slate Quarry Speed Trap, and then speed through it. If you do it correctly, you should exceed the 130.00 mph (209.21 km/h) 3 Star target for the Speed Trap.

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ From 2016 RJ Anderson #37 Polaris RZR-Rockstar Energy Pro 2 Truck
  2. ^ Previously 250,000 CR before the Series 3 update
  3. ^ Naturally Aspirated only
  4. ^ Twin Turbo swap only
  5. ^ Positive-Displacement Supercharger swap only
  6. ^ Twin Turbo or Positive-Displacement Supercharger swaps only