This from German premiums made me happy enough ($1.5)

This from a ceramic made me ecstatic!

I'm also thinking that the i8 should be on STD tyres as it runs eco-rubber. I can't find the actual OEM tyres, does anyone know? It would be a beast in the rain if it was.

Yeah. rq27 might be accurate to describe how bad it is. The only use of this car I can imagine is to scare opponents away, but it needs to be accompanied by some other Legendaries.

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

If this formula is reliable then the MRA for the RUF BTR should be around 107. Which is insane for a B-Class car with these kind of stats:

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

If this formula is reliable then the MRA for the RUF BTR should be around 107. Which is insane for a B-Class car with these kind of stats:

You might be doing it in kmh? I got to 81.13 doing it with mph

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

If this formula is reliable then the MRA for the RUF BTR should be around 107. Which is insane for a B-Class car with these kind of stats:

You might be doing it in kmh? I got to 81.13 doing it with mph

How can he do it in kmh? The acceleration on the card is in mph and also the track is 0-100mph so he cant get a kmh outcome cause all the variables are in mph. Correct me please.

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

If this formula is reliable then the MRA for the RUF BTR should be around 107. Which is insane for a B-Class car with these kind of stats:

You might be doing it in kmh? I got to 81.13 doing it with mph

How can he do it in kmh? The acceleration on the card is in mph and also the track is 0-100mph so he cant get a kmh outcome cause all the variables are in mph. Correct me please.

I dont know, that’s the only explanation I could think of, maybe he converted it!?

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

If this formula is reliable then the MRA for the RUF BTR should be around 107. Which is insane for a B-Class car with these kind of stats:

You might be doing it in kmh? I got to 81.13 doing it with mph

How can he do it in kmh? The acceleration on the card is in mph and also the track is 0-100mph so he cant get a kmh outcome cause all the variables are in mph. Correct me please.

I dont know, that’s the only explanation I could think of, maybe he converted it!?

So if it’s 0-60 is 3.1 and it’s 6.0 to 100 is it's MRA 106.89? Maths was never my strong point.

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

If this formula is reliable then the MRA for the RUF BTR should be around 107. Which is insane for a B-Class car with these kind of stats:

You might be doing it in kmh? I got to 81.13 doing it with mph

How can he do it in kmh? The acceleration on the card is in mph and also the track is 0-100mph so he cant get a kmh outcome cause all the variables are in mph. Correct me please.

I dont know, that’s the only explanation I could think of, maybe he converted it!?

So if it’s 0-60 is 3.1 and it’s 6.0 to 100 is it's MRA 106.89? Maths was never my strong point.

..you're not talking about the BTR anymore, right? It can't possibly make the 0-100 in 6s, even when maxed, can it?

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

If this formula is reliable then the MRA for the RUF BTR should be around 107. Which is insane for a B-Class car with these kind of stats:

You might be doing it in kmh? I got to 81.13 doing it with mph

How can he do it in kmh? The acceleration on the card is in mph and also the track is 0-100mph so he cant get a kmh outcome cause all the variables are in mph. Correct me please.

I dont know, that’s the only explanation I could think of, maybe he converted it!?

So if it’s 0-60 is 3.1 and it’s 6.0 to 100 is it's MRA 106.89? Maths was never my strong point.

..you're not talking about the BTR anymore, right? It can't possibly make the 0-100 in 6s, even when maxed, can it?

Sorry no I wasn’t, was just checking how it was done.

I m sorry to ask this maybe a dumb question, but how do you calculate the MRA?

100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula 100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37

Oh oh i just found maybe a flaw in this formula?

How can you multiply and divide decimal numbers with non-decimal time numbers (seconds in particular)? When you multiply or divide the outcome you get is always decimal.

I really dont get it, so the MRA value is just a vague number that shows the power of the car from 60-100mph? Cause its sure not seconds.

Because when you divide lets say 500 with 6.50seconds the outcome is what? If you do this on a calculator it will take 6.50 as SIX POINT FIVE which is 6 and a half. But this is not the case cause 6.50 is 6 seconds and 50 tenths of second...

Sorry, I may have misunderstood, but 6.50 seconds is 6 and a half.

5 tenths of a second is .5, which is half, right?

Ohhh you are absolutely right, it is indeed because its a tenth! I was totally confused because time is not measured in decimals from minutes and up, but it is measured in decimals on seconds and below.

So you actually can multiply 100*6.3 seconds or divide 500/6.2.

Sorry, I may have misunderstood, but 6.50 seconds is 6 and a half.

5 tenths of a second is .5, which is half, right?

Ohhh you are absolutely right, it is indeed because its a tenth! I was totally confused because time is not measured in decimals from minutes and up, but it is measured in decimals on seconds and below.

So you actually can multiply 100*6.3 seconds or divide 500/6.2.

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583✭✭✭✭✭Already had the R8, but wow

392✭✭✭✭1,878✭✭✭✭✭1,800✭✭✭✭✭This from a ceramic made me ecstatic!

670✭✭✭✭1,436✭✭✭✭✭43✭✭1,134✭✭✭✭✭1,800✭✭✭✭✭43✭✭319✭✭✭mra 71.4

1,878✭✭✭✭✭319✭✭✭The only use of this car I can imagine is to scare opponents away, but it needs to be accompanied by some other Legendaries.

244✭✭✭36✭100 * (acc0_60 / (acc0_100 - acc0_60)) so if your car's 0-60 is 3.8 and the 0-100 is 9.2 you can calculate it with this formula100*(3.8/(9.2-3.8))=70.37 which means your car's MRA is 70.37670✭✭✭✭1,436✭✭✭✭✭244✭✭✭How can he do it in kmh? The acceleration on the card is in mph and also the track is 0-100mph so he cant get a kmh outcome cause all the variables are in mph.

Correct me please.

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How can you multiply and divide decimal numbers with non-decimal time numbers (seconds in particular)? When you multiply or divide the outcome you get is always decimal.

I really dont get it, so the MRA value is just a vague number that shows the power of the car from 60-100mph? Cause its sure not seconds.

Because when you divide lets say 500 with 6.50seconds the outcome is what? If you do this on a calculator it will take 6.50 as SIX POINT FIVE which is 6 and a half. But this is not the case cause 6.50 is 6 seconds and 50 tenths of second...

283✭✭✭5 tenths of a second is .5, which is half, right?

244✭✭✭I was totally confused because time is not measured in decimals from minutes and up, but it is measured in decimals on seconds and below.

So you actually can multiply 100*6.3 seconds or divide 500/6.2.

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