S29 911 Targa 4S MRA REDUCED?

GymopenGymopen Posts: 117 ✭✭✭

Can this be confirmed by Hutch? I thought the MRA would also be improved.

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  • juan_cruz_96juan_cruz_96 Posts: 306 ✭✭✭
    Its MRA was improved by approx 80%... Keep in mind that MRA varies according to 0-60 time, but STILL is the time for 0-100 and beyond. So you need the old 0-60 to see the improvement :)

  • GymopenGymopen Posts: 117 ✭✭✭
    Its MRA was improved by approx 80%... Keep in mind that MRA varies according to 0-60 time, but STILL is the time for 0-100 and beyond. So you need the old 0-60 to see the improvement :)

    Your formula isn't consistent. 7.36 seconds is the new time with upgrades. The S class Targa 4S was 4.2 s 0-60 now to 3.3 seconds stock. Can't use old 0-60 and new 0-100 times together. Thanks for trying to explain though! :)
  • juan_cruz_96juan_cruz_96 Posts: 306 ✭✭✭
    That's what I'm trying to say. MRA is not determined only by 0-60 times, MRA is the time that the car takes to reach 100 mph and above. If you use the new 0-60, you won't see the MRA improvement, because the formula calculates the percentage of 0-60 time that the car needs to get from 60 to 100. Now it reaches 100 in 7.3 sec but before PL11.1 update it was doing it in 7.799. There is the slight improvement :)

  • GymopenGymopen Posts: 117 ✭✭✭
    That's what I'm trying to say. MRA is not determined only by 0-60 times, MRA is the time that the car takes to reach 100 mph and above. If you use the new 0-60, you won't see the MRA improvement, because the formula calculates the percentage of 0-60 time that the car needs to get from 60 to 100. Now it reaches 100 in 7.3 sec but before PL11.1 update it was doing it in 7.799. There is the slight improvement :)

    It's only faster to 100 because it's 0-60 got reduced. In the patch post it clearly stated "MRA Improved" not "0-100 time improved". And you are right, MRA also takes into consideration of 0-100 which I did but I need to keep it consistent with new 0-60 times as well. New MRA is now 72.7 which is significantly less then before.
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