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  • rei348rei348 Posts: 1,197 ✭✭✭✭

    1st: 969
    2nd: 699
    3rd: 996
    4th: what you suggest? 

  • Lambofan799Lambofan799 Posts: 40

    996,699,969, or something else
  • REALAISREALAIS Posts: 663 ✭✭✭
    Only 969
  • Lambofan799Lambofan799 Posts: 40
    Ok
    Thanks
  • TopDrives40778TopDrives40778 Posts: 1,902 ✭✭✭✭✭
    rei348 said:

    1st: 969
    2nd: 699
    3rd: 996
    4th: what you suggest? 

    969
  • SchmidtiSchmidti Posts: 244 ✭✭✭

     Ideas on this one? 
    699 or 969? 
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 154 ✭✭✭
    edited April 3
    Which way to fuse the Vauxhall VX220?
    969?

    Post edited by Streetracer on
  • rei348rei348 Posts: 1,197 ✭✭✭✭
    Which way to fuse the Vauxhall VX220?
    969?

    I made mine 969, but rq16 opel gt is better in every race but fast circuit... I really can't explain the difference in rq
  • LikeWikeLikeWike Posts: 60 ✭✭✭
    edited April 4

    Just pulled this Bentley, how is it? Doesn't seem very useful with mediocre MRA and pretty bad handling
  • TD42792TD42792 Posts: 1,957 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 4
    LikeWike said:

    Just pulled this Bentley, how is it? Doesn't seem very useful with mediocre MRA and pretty bad handling
    Useless trash probably, just wait for the 15 CFs in the final to find a better one
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 6,606 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Lowest 0-60 of any epic Bentley and decent handling (compared to other Bentleys), means it should be good on short, tight tracks
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 154 ✭✭✭
    rei348 said:
    Which way to fuse the Vauxhall VX220?
    969?

    I made mine 969, but rq16 opel gt is better in every race but fast circuit... I really can't explain the difference in rq

    Ok, thank you. Hm, I think in real life the Vauxhal VX220/Lotus Elise would beat the Opel GT on every twisty track and lose on fast circuit. 500kg weight difference.
  • milewski1015milewski1015 Posts: 2,175 ✭✭✭✭✭
    rei348 said:
    Which way to fuse the Vauxhall VX220?
    969?

    I made mine 969, but rq16 opel gt is better in every race but fast circuit... I really can't explain the difference in rq
    I can see the GT getting the DeZir treatment - wish I could pull one
  • rei348rei348 Posts: 1,197 ✭✭✭✭
    rei348 said:
    Which way to fuse the Vauxhall VX220?
    969?

    I made mine 969, but rq16 opel gt is better in every race but fast circuit... I really can't explain the difference in rq
    I can see the GT getting the DeZir treatment - wish I could pull one
    Good point... For sure rq increase to 18, don't know if it will also become UR
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 154 ✭✭✭
    BMW 330i E46 and Honda Civic Type R:

    I think I should keep the Honda, but I am not sure if I keep the BMW 330i, too.
    For city streets I would take my dodge Spirit R/T or Volvo 850 R and if it is wet, standard tires cars like the BMW 320d (RQ15) or the Chevrolet Silverado (RQ16) will be a better option. So 330i fuse material or is there any use of it I do not see?
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 6,606 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Got both.  Hardly use them.
  • Yama_sanYama_san Posts: 201 ✭✭✭
    Why is the BMW i3S (RQ13) recommended to keep (24 vs 4 on TopDrivesClub)?

    Standard tyres and ok acceleration, but so poor in all other aspects for a RQ13, especially MRA. And not even that good for slalom/G-force since it's not very light (1340 kg).
  • REALAISREALAIS Posts: 663 ✭✭✭
    edited April 7
    Yama_san said:
    Why is the BMW i3S (RQ13) recommended to keep (24 vs 4 on TopDrivesClub)?

    Standard tyres and ok acceleration, but so poor in all other aspects for a RQ13, especially MRA. And not even that good for slalom/G-force since it's not very light (1340 kg).
    Can you please find better/faster Rain City streets car in D class? Thats why.
    Any car in Top drives with very Low Top speed  is specialist especially D class and above.

    But in general, Topdrives.club voting is not trustworthy 100%, especially towards car tunes for some cars.
    But in this case, that car is to keep. Not often usage but it shines in specific races.
  • Yama_sanYama_san Posts: 201 ✭✭✭
    REALAIS said:
    Yama_san said:
    Why is the BMW i3S (RQ13) recommended to keep (24 vs 4 on TopDrivesClub)?

    Standard tyres and ok acceleration, but so poor in all other aspects for a RQ13, especially MRA. And not even that good for slalom/G-force since it's not very light (1340 kg).
    Can you please find better/faster Rain City streets car in D class? Thats why.
    Any car in Top drives with very Low Top speed  is specialist especially D class and above.

    But in general, Topdrives.club voting is not trustworthy 100%, especially towards car tunes for some cars.
    But in this case, that car is to keep. Not often usage but it shines in specific races.

    Thanks for your answer.

    I see quite some D cars doing the job too on those specific tracks.
    Often with less acceleration but better grip so I would rather use those ones. But I will keep that BMW then now, in case I would need it in the future. :)

    Yeah I'm also surprised about the votes Keep/Fuse for some cars sometimes. Often for decent cars which happen to be useful but most people fuse. It's a good indicator but not always accurate.
  • EndlessWavesEndlessWaves Posts: 714 ✭✭✭✭
    Yama_san said:
    Why is the BMW i3S (RQ13) recommended to keep (24 vs 4 on TopDrivesClub)?

    Standard tyres and ok acceleration, but so poor in all other aspects for a RQ13, especially MRA. And not even that good for slalom/G-force since it's not very light (1340 kg).
    Actually mid-range is very strong. Like a lot of electric cars it accelerates strongly throughout it's speed range. 

    It's also rear wheel drive where comparable RQ13 cars are front wheel drive, so it retains a few more handling points in the rain. And while it's not remarkably light, it's still lighter than average which helps cornering too.

    In short, it handles well enough for the strong acceleration to give it the advantage over similar cars. 

  • Yama_sanYama_san Posts: 201 ✭✭✭
    Yama_san said:
    Why is the BMW i3S (RQ13) recommended to keep (24 vs 4 on TopDrivesClub)?

    Standard tyres and ok acceleration, but so poor in all other aspects for a RQ13, especially MRA. And not even that good for slalom/G-force since it's not very light (1340 kg).
    Actually mid-range is very strong. Like a lot of electric cars it accelerates strongly throughout it's speed range. 

    It's also rear wheel drive where comparable RQ13 cars are front wheel drive, so it retains a few more handling points in the rain. And while it's not remarkably light, it's still lighter than average which helps cornering too.

    In short, it handles well enough for the strong acceleration to give it the advantage over similar cars. 


    But its MRA is 24.3 only on TopDrivesClub.
    Is it a mistake? Would it mean those numbers are not necessary always accurate on this site?
  • EndlessWavesEndlessWaves Posts: 714 ✭✭✭✭
    edited April 7
    Yama_san said:
    Yama_san said:
    Why is the BMW i3S (RQ13) recommended to keep (24 vs 4 on TopDrivesClub)?

    Standard tyres and ok acceleration, but so poor in all other aspects for a RQ13, especially MRA. And not even that good for slalom/G-force since it's not very light (1340 kg).
    Actually mid-range is very strong. Like a lot of electric cars it accelerates strongly throughout it's speed range. 

    It's also rear wheel drive where comparable RQ13 cars are front wheel drive, so it retains a few more handling points in the rain. And while it's not remarkably light, it's still lighter than average which helps cornering too.

    In short, it handles well enough for the strong acceleration to give it the advantage over similar cars. 


    But its MRA is 24.3 only on TopDrivesClub.
    Is it a mistake? Would it mean those numbers are not necessary always accurate on this site?
    The topdrives.club 'MRA' figure is a measurement devised by a player called RexKwonDo to compare the 60-100mph time of cars with the same 0-60 figure.

    0-60 times can be muddied by how fast the car launches so it can be helpful in judging how well it accelerates once it gets rolling, but it does have it's limitations. 

    In this case the figure is misleading because the i3S has a top speed of around 100mph and like most cars takes a long time to accelerate the last few mph. It'd be a much higher number for the i3S if it was measured relative to 90mph or 80mph. 


    It shouldn't actually be able to hit 100mph at all because that 99mph (160kph) top speed is a speed limiter rather than a power/aerodynamics limit but that's a general in-game issue rather than anything specific to the i3S. 
  • StreetracerStreetracer Posts: 154 ✭✭✭
    HeissRod said:
    Got both.  Hardly use them.

    Ok thanks. Than I will keep them until I need fuse material.
  • nathanwindnathanwind Posts: 201 ✭✭✭
    Recent ceramic pull. Now it’s a low ground clearance, what’s the thinking on this? When I first started playing I really wanted one. I know it has great MRA. Dust gather/food?
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 6,606 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Best German Saloon dragger, I think
  • bluedogsnoopbluedogsnoop Posts: 779 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Recent ceramic pull. Now it’s a low ground clearance, what’s the thinking on this? When I first started playing I really wanted one. I know it has great MRA. Dust gather/food?
    Despite the low clearance, I would still aim to take it to 699.
    Has been useful for me many times and as @HeissRod says it is the best German Saloon dragger.
  • nathanwindnathanwind Posts: 201 ✭✭✭
    Pnathanwind said:
    Recent ceramic pull. Now it’s a low ground clearance, what’s the thinking on this? When I first started playing I really wanted one. I know it has great MRA. Dust gather/food?
    Despite the low clearance, I would still aim to take it to 699.
    Has been useful for me many times and as @HeissRod says it is the best German Saloon dragger.
    Thanks! Confirms what I thought. Keeper and 233 it is then.
  • greddygreddy Posts: 1,817 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited April 9
    Its not saloon 🙄

    Have two, dust collectors since they became low. 
  • HeissRodHeissRod Posts: 6,606 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Whoops, may bad  :D
  • nathanwindnathanwind Posts: 201 ✭✭✭
    HeissRod said:
    Whoops, may bad  :D
    Ahhh. Well I don't see it around much in events. I'm normally pretty clear on what stays and what goes but genuinely was on the fence with this one
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