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  • REALAISREALAIS Posts: 910 ✭✭✭✭
    But someone will want to farm all 5 races for that extra 5k
  • bluedogsnoopbluedogsnoop Posts: 1,003 ✭✭✭✭✭
    REALAIS said:
    But someone will want to farm all 5 races for that extra 5k
    Usually the ticket refresh is one every 6/12/24 hours or similar, so farming is not realistic. 
  • REALAISREALAIS Posts: 910 ✭✭✭✭
    REALAIS said:
    But someone will want to farm all 5 races for that extra 5k
    Usually the ticket refresh is one every 6/12/24 hours or similar, so farming is not realistic. 
    But I was specific about 5 tickets and 5k.
    That is one prize board.
    Smae was with rovers, some players were bragging about that. So it will repeat this time too.
    But investment in those cars are not worth it tho.
  • mauro07mauro07 Posts: 2,964 ✭✭✭✭✭
    no refresh tickets, you have only five... people buy tickets for win nothing!!
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 8,005 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2020
    rei348 said:
    HeissRod said:
    I'll be running 5x 000 and laughing at the people competing for top 10.
    Aren't they just a "ticket to enter". Should be similar to event with rovers, where you would use only 5 tickets due to long refresh time and guaranteed prize for all tiers 
    Not with 1-100 getting the same prize.  Guaranteed these are 100 person brackets.

    From @Hutch_Katie's post:
    "Join the Stratos Qualifier to win the Lancia Stratos Zero (guaranteed)"
    https://forums.hutchgames.com/discussion/9611/new-event-titanium-titans/p1
  • Ivo_KamburovIvo_Kamburov Posts: 821 ✭✭✭✭

    I guess finishing the A26 Flying Spur W12 S at 699 would be better for dry City Streets, but does anyone have any experience with it on the wet City Streets tracks? 
  • REALAISREALAIS Posts: 910 ✭✭✭✭
    Players are saying that 699 is superior build, even in rain.
  • 43MK443MK4 Posts: 1,910 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How about this prize car Bentley. Is it best at 699 or 969. Primary for wet tracks.


  • chemineecheminee Posts: 191 ✭✭✭

    Got my 2nd Rallye from the free easter ceramic. 
    Any ideas how to fuse it? 699? 996? First one is 969.
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 235 ✭✭✭
    How to finish the Honda S2000 Type S?

    It's the best japanese drag car in C class, isn't it?
  • Yama_sanYama_san Posts: 435 ✭✭✭
    How to finish the Honda S2000 Type S?

    It's the best japanese drag car in C class, isn't it?

    There's also the Mazda RX-7 (RQ18) and one Nissan.
    Not sure which one is the absolute best on drag though.

    Personally I went for 9-6-9 to have good grip too, so it also makes a good car for races with curves.
    Seems most people go for 9-6-9 according to TopDrives Club.
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 8,005 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Yama_san said:
    How to finish the Honda S2000 Type S?

    It's the best japanese drag car in C class, isn't it?
    Seems most people go for 9-6-9 according to TopDrives Club.
    I wouldn't trust that site.  Too many uninformed people making decisions on voting.
  • O__VERO__VER Posts: 2,234 ✭✭✭✭✭
    HeissRod said:
    Yama_san said:
    How to finish the Honda S2000 Type S?

    It's the best japanese drag car in C class, isn't it?
    Seems most people go for 9-6-9 according to TopDrives Club.
    I wouldn't trust that site.  Too many uninformed people making decisions on voting.
    And too many trolls too. Just look at the "keeper" percentages on cars. The site is great, but only for very high level information, not deep knowledge.
  • TD42792TD42792 Posts: 2,496 ✭✭✭✭✭
    O__VER said:
    HeissRod said:
    Yama_san said:
    How to finish the Honda S2000 Type S?

    It's the best japanese drag car in C class, isn't it?
    Seems most people go for 9-6-9 according to TopDrives Club.
    I wouldn't trust that site.  Too many uninformed people making decisions on voting.
    And too many trolls too. Just look at the "keeper" percentages on cars. The site is great, but only for very high level information, not deep knowledge.
    I am convinced some people vote for the wrong tune to throw other players off
  • NinjaDesignzNinjaDesignz Posts: 3,174 ✭✭✭✭✭
    How to finish the Honda S2000 Type S?

    It's the best japanese drag car in C class, isn't it?
    I'm gonna agree with my past self
  • REALAISREALAIS Posts: 910 ✭✭✭✭
    How to finish the Honda S2000 Type S?

    It's the best japanese drag car in C class, isn't it?
    RQ18 Nissan 350z is faster in 1/4m, 1/2m.
  • PaquaPaqua Posts: 41 ✭✭
    I just got the lotus 2-eleven s’charged. Does anyone have a chart for the 323 vs 233?
  • evilprofesseurevilprofesseur Posts: 1,840 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Paqua said:
    I just got the lotus 2-eleven s’charged. Does anyone have a chart for the 323 vs 233?
    No need for a chart, 233 wins pretty much everything
  • TD42792TD42792 Posts: 2,496 ✭✭✭✭✭
    And looses pretty much everything to a superlight in the dry no matter what tune
  • rei348rei348 Posts: 1,418 ✭✭✭✭
    TD42792 said:
    And looses pretty much everything to a superlight in the dry no matter what tune
    And to furai also, if i remember correctly.

  • Yama_sanYama_san Posts: 435 ✭✭✭
    Lamborghini LM002 (the RQ18 4WD offroad), 9-9-6 rather than 9-6-9?

    Btw, do you guys also happen to "personnalize" your cars more, for example making full upgrades between the standard 9-9-6 / 9-6-9, more like a mix of the two?
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 235 ✭✭✭
    edited April 2020
    I have a Lamborghini LM002 9-9-6.
    Times I drove until now:

    Dirt:
    Motocross: 1:29,65
    Twisyty circuit: 1:45,25
    Testbowl: 114mph
    Hill climb: 00:26,65

    Dirt wet:
    Motocross: 1:40,50
    Twisty road: 2:04,91
    Slalom: 0:53,96
    G-Force: 0:40,06
    Hill climb: 0:28,30
    1/4 mile: 0:15,95
    1/2 mile: 0:25,91

    Gravel:
    Hairpin: 1:10,10
    Twisty road: 2:02,91
    Slalom: 0:50,54
    Testbowl flying start: 125mph
    1/2 mile: 0:23,81
    1 mile: 0:39,6
    0-100mph: 0:18,66
    Hill climb: 0:25,88

    Snow:
    Hairpin: 1:26,35
    Twisty road: 2:25,44
    Slalom: 1:03,13
    Twisty circuit: 2:16,62
    Testbowl: 97mph
    1/2 mile: 0:26,78
    1 mile: 0:45,88

    If you would like to know some more times, I just need to know which surface and tracks.

    Edit:
    Thanks to @Yama_san, @NinjaDesignz and @REALAIS for help with the Honda S2000 Type S. I choose 996.
    1/4 mile: 0:13,38
    1/2 mile: 0:20,91
    1 mile: 0:34,06
    0-100mph: 0:11,25
    My RQ20 Nissan 370Z (333) and my RQ24 Subaru Impreza WRX STI (333) are beaten by the Honda at 1/2 mile, 1 mile and 0-100mph.
    A Mazda RX-7 1992 (969) beats the Honda at 1/4 mile (0:13,35). So it will be beaten by the Honda at 1/2 mile and 1 mile. It is also beaten at 0-100mph (Mazda 0:12,26).

    Next question:
    My first Subaru Levorg is tuned 969. Should the second one be tuned 969, too? Or another tune like 996 or 699?

    Post edited by Streetracer on
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 235 ✭✭✭
    edited April 2020
    Sorry for double post. Edited my last comment. This one could be deleted.
  • rei348rei348 Posts: 1,418 ✭✭✭✭
    edited April 2020
    I have a Lamborghini LM002 9-9-6.
    Times I drove until now:

    Dirt:
    Motocross: 1:29,65
    Twisyty circuit: 1:45,25
    Testbowl: 114mph
    Hill climb: 00:26,65

    Dirt wet:
    Motocross: 1:40,50
    Twisty road: 2:04,91
    Slalom: 0:53,96
    G-Force: 0:40,06
    Hill climb: 0:28,30
    1/4 mile: 0:15,95
    1/2 mile: 0:25,91

    Gravel:
    Hairpin: 1:10,10
    Twisty road: 2:02,91
    Slalom: 0:50,54
    Testbowl flying start: 125mph
    1/2 mile: 0:23,81
    1 mile: 0:39,6
    0-100mph: 0:18,66
    Hill climb: 0:25,88

    Snow:
    Hairpin: 1:26,35
    Twisty road: 2:25,44
    Slalom: 1:03,13
    Twisty circuit: 2:16,62
    Testbowl: 97mph
    1/2 mile: 0:26,78
    1 mile: 0:45,88

    If you would like to know some more times, I just need to know which surface and tracks.

    Edit:
    Thanks to @Yama_san, @NinjaDesignz and @REALAIS for help with the Honda S2000 Type S. I choose 996.
    1/4 mile: 0:13,38
    1/2 mile: 0:20,91
    1 mile: 0:34,06
    0-100mph: 0:11,25
    My RQ20 Nissan 370Z (333) and my RQ24 Subaru Impreza WRX STI (333) are beaten by the Honda at 1/2 mile, 1 mile and 0-100mph.
    A Mazda RX-7 1992 (969) beats the Honda at 1/4 mile (0:13,35). So it will be beaten by the Honda at 1/2 mile and 1 mile. It is also beaten at 0-100mph (Mazda 0:12,26).

    Next question:
    My first Subaru Levorg is tuned 969. Should the second one be tuned 969, too? Or another tune like 996 or 699?

    First, second and third levorg should be 969, fourth probably will never get a use. No reason to tune 699 neither 996 :smile:
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 235 ✭✭✭
    Thanks rei348,
    I read there was a use of 699 but that posts were some updates and a year ago.
  • TD42792TD42792 Posts: 2,496 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Thanks rei348,
    I read there was a use of 699 but that posts were some updates and a year ago.
    Just tested it again. Levorg 699 wins over 969 on slalom sand and g force sand.
    For some reason some all surface tire 699 cars do well on these specific tracks.
    Cant be bothered to test on other tracks or surfaces but I would bet 969 wins most if not all other tracks.

    For the second levorg I would still do 969, third you could do 699 or just keep it 666 or 669 until an event warrants the final upgrade.
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 235 ✭✭✭
    Thanks TD42792,
    I have won the VW Type 2 with my Levorg 669. I will fuse it 969 if I need it again.

    I got some C class cars but I am not sure which ones I should keep and which can be fused.
    My C class mid ride height garage:

    1. Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS: fuse?
    2. Which car is better? Ford Focus RS or ST Superchips? Do I need keeping both?
    3. DS3 Racing: 969?
    4. Renault Sport Clio 200: 969?
    5. Dodge Spirit R/T: 969?
    6. Honda Accord Euro-R: 969? Looks like a good RQ15 city car.
    7. Bentley Continetal R: It is tuned 633. Fuse material?
    8. Volvo 850 R is fused for 969 but I did not upgrade it. Or is there any better tune?
    9. Chevrolet El Camino SS 454: 996

    Cars I got from packs in the last weeks:

    10. Jaguar XKR 100: 969? I have a Jaguar XK Convertible 969. I think the XKR is slightly better so it is worth keeping.
    11. Suzuki Swift Rally: First 969. Second 969, too?
    12. Citroen C-Crosser: Fuse?
    13. Porsche 968 CS: 969?
    14. Honda Ridgeline: 996 for offroad drags?
    15. Alfa Romeo Carabo: Keep? Drag car or fast circuit? I have no clue what to do with it.
    16. Cadillac XLR: Keep, 969? I have noch Caddis.
    17. Porsche 928 S: Fuse?
    18. Subaru Legacy: Fuse or keep? 969? My standard tires cars are RQ16 Subaru Forester 2008, RQ18 DS Wild Rubis, RQ15 BMW 19. 320d, RQ16 Chrysler Crossfire Coupe and RQ16 Chevrolet Silverado SS. All are 969 tuned.
    20. Corvette C4: Fuse or keep? 969 or 996.
    21. Volkswagen Lupe GTI: Fuse? BMW 320d standard tires should be quicker in wet conditions but I have no VWs except RQ13 VW Golf G60 Rally and Country Buggy. I think it should be RQ14 D class. Compared to the VW up! GTI it is 0.5 secs quicker to 60mph and has standard tires. Is that such a big difference of 5RQ points.
    22. VW Tiguan: Fuse or keep 969?

    23. RQ22 Ford Escort Rally: 969?

    Sorry for annoying you with such big list. Thanks for any advice.
  • Yama_sanYama_san Posts: 435 ✭✭✭
    See my humble answers below. :)
    (...)

    2. Which car is better? Ford Focus RS or ST Superchips? Do I need keeping both?
    I have both. Got the focus just recently, maxed it and already found it useful for some events. I think it's a must have. Almost never used the ST (63 races in 273 days, 68% win), but I'm keeping it.

    3. DS3 Racing: 969?
    I would say yes.

    4. Renault Sport Clio 200: 969?
    Yes.

    7. Bentley Continetal R: It is tuned 633. Fuse material?
    I fused it as soon as the Bentley event was over. ^^
    Depends how many other Bentley you have I would say.

    12. Citroen C-Crosser: Fuse?
    I personally have kept it for now but it's on my "potentially to be fused if needed" list, since I have few other 4WD ALL at least equivalent.

    14. Honda Ridgeline: 996 for offroad drags?
    Got it recently and I still wonder if I will keep it. I guess for these kind of cars, answer can depend about what else you have in the same category for the same kind of races.

    15. Alfa Romeo Carabo: Keep? Drag car or fast circuit? I have no clue what to do with it.
    Drag car I would say. I have since 189 days. 34 races only (59% win).

    16. Cadillac XLR: Keep, 969? I have noch Caddis.
    I have since 244 days, 37 races only (43% win). This is kind of car I was planning to max in some close future, so I would probably find it more useful. Standard tyres cars always need special attention I would say.

    17. Porsche 928 S: Fuse?
    Can be useful in some events if maxed. I had to do it so I kept it.
    Now I just checked, I have since 121 days and only used it for 13 races (8% win lol).

    22. VW Tiguan: Fuse or keep 969?
    I don't see it in your screenshots.
    I have 2 Tiguan (2011 and 2017 versions), both maxed, and they are useful on many dirt/sand events. Very often seen. Definitely keep (969).

    23. RQ22 Ford Escort Rally: 969?
    I just got mine recently, and I started to upgrade. I will go for 969 myself.


  • rei348rei348 Posts: 1,418 ✭✭✭✭
    TD42792 said:
    Thanks rei348,
    I read there was a use of 699 but that posts were some updates and a year ago.
    Just tested it again. Levorg 699 wins over 969 on slalom sand and g force sand.
    For some reason some all surface tire 699 cars do well on these specific tracks.
    Cant be bothered to test on other tracks or surfaces but I would bet 969 wins most if not all other tracks.

    For the second levorg I would still do 969, third you could do 699 or just keep it 666 or 669 until an event warrants the final upgrade.
    Good to know! Maybe some update since the last time I sued my levorgs... They were under a meter of dust despite they used to be very good! If I'll find another one I'll keep it and tune 669
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