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  • ikiseevikiseev Member Posts: 28
    Depending on what else you hold, keep the slc43, the Alfa, lancia, Jag and tbSS for sure, but think seriously before feeding the Camaro, with low ride height it's now pretty "meh".
    Thx. I'm novice, I have a standard set of cards(look pic).
    Maybe I should wait for other cool cards and upgrade them?

  • Miura187Miura187 Member Posts: 37
    What's the best way to upgrade this?


    Also are these worth keeping?






  • milewski1015milewski1015 ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,972 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Miura187 said:
    What's the best way to upgrade this?


    Also are these worth keeping?






    I feel like I see more 699 Megane 275 Trophies, but it wouldn’t surprise me if 969 was better at the moment. 

    The Outlander was instrumental in the one final that used Mitsubishi and had some offroad tracks. The Eco-Friendly tag also comes in handy. I have two, so I would keep.

    I’ve been holding onto a Calibra, but there are better UR Vauxhalls (VXR Insignia for 4WD, VX220 Turbo for overall stats). Only reason I’m still keeping it is the style icon tag. I think you could safely fuse it.

    I’ve been holding a Pilot for quite a while. Haven’t had any reason to upgrade it. There are much better Japan UR offroaders. I would fuse.

    The M3 isn’t that good of an investment. Best use is probably convertible events which we just had, so I don’t see it being useful anytime soon. Could go either way, but I would probably fuse.

    The SRT-8 has the fastest 0-60 of the UR Chargers. In the finals that used American Dream cars, it was the best choice for the car wash city streets (tuned 996). I would keep. Been looking for one myself.

    I always fuse away the thunderbird as I feel there are better US Standard cars for super rare. 




  • binnerbinner ✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 540 ✭✭✭✭
    this will be my second of these. First one is maxed 699 should I go 969 or 699 again for the second one? 
  • DrizztSalvatoreDrizztSalvatore ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 271 ✭✭✭

    699 or 969



  • bobdylanbobdylan ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 3,443 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Both good ... was a 033 no brainer but now I think it's a coin toss
  • bobdylanbobdylan ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 3,443 ✭✭✭✭✭
    this any use ? 
    My super rare collections pretty full now so looking at doing up odd **** to burn up rares
  • bobdylanbobdylan ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 3,443 ✭✭✭✭✭
    B a l l s 
    🙈
  • bobdylanbobdylan ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 3,443 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Apologies to thos offended 
  • David_FookDavid_Fook ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 2,359 ✭✭✭✭✭
    bobdylan said:
    this any use ? 
    My super rare collections pretty full now so looking at doing up odd **** to burn up rares
    Iirc, it’s due a buff/picture change at some point, it’s stats are way off. Worth keeping if not tuning
  • benhaha85benhaha85 ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 236 ✭✭✭
    bobdylan said:
    this any use ? 
    My super rare collections pretty full now so looking at doing up odd **** to burn up rares
    I think this is the one whose stats are incorrect, and it's not as strong as it should be. So it'll either be bumped up or the name will be changed 😂

    Even so, it's pretty good for rq 16, 969 ends up as:


  • grandvachegrandvache ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,943 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Twinkie said:

    699 or 969


    And would u tune any of those?
    Xkrs (or whatever the red one is) is already 333
    The red Jag and the Porsche look like food.  

    The Evo will depend more on what your mitsubishi / Japanese wet weather hand is like.  Loads of people have them now, but it might be worth holding onto.
  • milewski1015milewski1015 ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,972 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Twinkie said:

    699 or 969


    And would u tune any of those?
    Xkrs (or whatever the red one is) is already 333
    The XJ13 is very nice around the corners - maxes 969 at 207/3.1/94. Midrange is below average I would say, but there are much better epics for drags/fast circuits.

    The Mitsubishi is a middle tier epic Mitsubishi. I consider it on par with the red Evo TM Edition. That one is a little faster and lighter, while this one is a bit more all-rounded. Maxes 699 at 166/3.9/97 - so obviously things like the Evo IX FQ 360 and Evo X FQ 360 blow it out of the water. 

    The red jag isnt terrible, but not a real good investment of UR food unless you need it for an event. Midrange isn’t as good as the white convertible, and it’s not as good in the corners as the XJ13. It’s just average in my opinion. Maxes 969 at 195/3.5/91. 

    I think it was found in the 22B testing thread that the black STi was better than the white one. Don’t have time to look up the thread now, but I know that my black one has a few fuses in it while my white one does not - there had to be some reasoning for that. 
  • DrizztSalvatoreDrizztSalvatore ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 271 ✭✭✭

    okay, I have 75 duplicate super rare cars so time to look at upgrading some Ultras...

    what are the top 10 or so  must upgrade B cars that you have so I can see if I have any that fit the bill

  • grandvachegrandvache ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,943 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Twinkie said:
    Infinity M45 (pretty good RWD STD tyre car)

    Range Rover 5.0 V8 (great at drags)

    Ford Rs200 (5 times ofc)

    Jaguar XFRS Sportsbrake (great for small city streets)

    Mercedes AMG S55 (great for drags)

    Porsche Martini (great 70s)

    Nissan Skyline GTR R33 (good for drags and 90s)

     TVR Tuscan convertible (great for drags)

    Camaro convertible (great for medium city streets)

    Caterham Seven 360 (slalom queen)

    Lotus 340r (slalom king)

    Mercedes AMG G63 (awesome for hill climbs)

    Porsche 924 Rally spec (also 5 times ofc)

    Chevrolet Aerovette (great for 70s and drags)

    Mini JCW ALL4 Countryman (pretty useless but sweet af)

    Renault Megane 275 trophy (great for medium city)

    Maybach 62 (awesone for wet drags)

    Ford Escort (also 5 times ofc)

    Chevrolet Trailblazer (just for the good old times)

    Lotus Elise sport 135 (also for the good old times)
    Porsche 911 RS, Porsche boxter, (ignore the Caymans, maybe keep one of each of them but right now they're a bit pants) 

    Ford focus rs 500 (the black one, the green one is food) one 330, one 303.  Maybe one 033 too.

    Honda civic type r

    Caddilac CTS coupe

    Honda legend

    Lotus Carlton

    Tvr tamora / tuscan
  • DrizztSalvatoreDrizztSalvatore ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 271 ✭✭✭
    Twinkie said:

    Ford Rs200 (5 times ofc). 6-9-9

    Jaguar XFRS Sportsbrake (great for small city streets)

    Porsche Martini (great 70s) 6-9-9

    TVR Tuscan convertible (great for drags)

    Camaro convertible (great for medium city streets) @ 6-6-9

    Caterham Seven 360 (slalom queen) have 2 of them

    Lotus 340r (slalom king). 6-9-9

    Porsche 924 Rally spec (also 5 times ofc) 9-6-9  have another one

    Mini JCW ALL4 Countryman (pretty useless but sweet af)

    Maybach 62 (awesone for wet drags)

    Ford Escort (also 5 times ofc).   9-6-9

    Chevrolet Trailblazer (just for the good old times). 9-9-6

    Lotus Elise sport 135 (also for the good old times).  6-9-9 

    Ford focus rs 500 one 330, done, one 303. done,  Maybe one 033 too.  have a 3rd so 6-9-9

    Honda civic type r

    Caddilac CTS coupe. @ 6-6-6

    Honda legend.  9-6-9

    Lotus Carlton

    Tvr tamora. @ 9-9-6 also have a 2nd one
      Updated list with what is already above stock 3-3-3 , of the rest above bearing what I have upgraded already , what would be the next ones to complete and best option ??
  • ElbowWobbleElbowWobble ✭✭ Member Posts: 22 ✭✭
    edited February 25

    LikeWike said:
    I've had some pretty terrible luck with ceramics lately, which of these (if any) are worth keeping?

    RQ 18 Alfa Romeo 156 GTA
    RQ 18 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS
    RQ 17 Chevrolet Camaro IROC Z/28 (1990)
    RQ 17 Chevrolet Silverado SS
    RQ 17 Dodge Durango GT
    RQ 17 Ford Fiesta ST
    RQ 17 Lancia Thema 8.32
    RQ 17 Mercedes-AMG C43
    RQ 17 Vauxhall Corsa VXR
    RQ 16 Cadillac DTS
    RQ 16 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 (1993)
    RQ 16 Honda Accord Type R (1997)
    RQ 16 Mercedes-Benz SLK 200
    RQ 16 Nissan Almera GTI
    RQ 16 Subaru Legacy (2009)
    RQ 16 Subaru Legacy (1998)
    RQ 15 (Renault) Alpine A110
    RQ 15 BMW 730d
    RQ 15 Dodge SRT-4
    RQ 15 Mercedes-Benz 190 E Evo II
    RQ 15 Nissan 200SX

    Sorry for the wall of text and thanks in advance
    So I would start by keeping the 200sx, Alpine, accord, fiesta and Silverado. As has been said before,none are rock stars but these have been useful. Eventually,of course, you will want to keep them all... oh and the corsa
  • grandvachegrandvache ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,943 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Twinkie said:

    Ford Rs200 (5 times ofc). 6-9-9

    Jaguar XFRS Sportsbrake (great for small city streets)

    Porsche Martini (great 70s) 6-9-9

    TVR Tuscan convertible (great for drags)

    Camaro convertible (great for medium city streets) @ 6-6-9

    Caterham Seven 360 (slalom queen) have 2 of them

    Lotus 340r (slalom king). 6-9-9

    Porsche 924 Rally spec (also 5 times ofc) 9-6-9  have another one

    Mini JCW ALL4 Countryman (pretty useless but sweet af)

    Maybach 62 (awesone for wet drags)

    Ford Escort (also 5 times ofc).   9-6-9

    Chevrolet Trailblazer (just for the good old times). 9-9-6

    Lotus Elise sport 135 (also for the good old times).  6-9-9 

    Ford focus rs 500 one 330, done, one 303. done,  Maybe one 033 too.  have a 3rd so 6-9-9

    Honda civic type r

    Caddilac CTS coupe. @ 6-6-6

    Honda legend.  9-6-9

    Lotus Carlton

    Tvr tamora. @ 9-9-6 also have a 2nd one
      Updated list with what is already above stock 3-3-3 , of the rest above bearing what I have upgraded already , what would be the next ones to complete and best option ??
    Don't think you need two tamora, especially if you have a Tuscan.

    The CTS coupe is a very strong ultra in wet conditions, I'd finish that off as a fairly high priority

    Not sure a third focus is an urgent need but I'd hold it just in case.

    I'd do a second 924 as a fairly high priority.  969 for the second? I don't know tbh.  I've seen a 996 be  surprisingly useful.

    Do you have a second rs200? A second martini? 
  • rei348rei348 ✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 929 ✭✭✭✭
    Twinkie said:

    Ford Rs200 (5 times ofc). 6-9-9

    Jaguar XFRS Sportsbrake (great for small city streets)

    Porsche Martini (great 70s) 6-9-9

    TVR Tuscan convertible (great for drags)

    Camaro convertible (great for medium city streets) @ 6-6-9

    Caterham Seven 360 (slalom queen) have 2 of them

    Lotus 340r (slalom king). 6-9-9

    Porsche 924 Rally spec (also 5 times ofc) 9-6-9  have another one

    Mini JCW ALL4 Countryman (pretty useless but sweet af)

    Maybach 62 (awesone for wet drags)

    Ford Escort (also 5 times ofc).   9-6-9

    Chevrolet Trailblazer (just for the good old times). 9-9-6

    Lotus Elise sport 135 (also for the good old times).  6-9-9 

    Ford focus rs 500 one 330, done, one 303. done,  Maybe one 033 too.  have a 3rd so 6-9-9

    Honda civic type r

    Caddilac CTS coupe. @ 6-6-6

    Honda legend.  9-6-9

    Lotus Carlton

    Tvr tamora. @ 9-9-6 also have a 2nd one
      Updated list with what is already above stock 3-3-3 , of the rest above bearing what I have upgraded already , what would be the next ones to complete and best option ??
    Don't think you need two tamora, especially if you have a Tuscan.

    The CTS coupe is a very strong ultra in wet conditions, I'd finish that off as a fairly high priority

    Not sure a third focus is an urgent need but I'd hold it just in case.

    I'd do a second 924 as a fairly high priority.  969 for the second? I don't know tbh.  I've seen a 996 be  surprisingly useful.

    Do you have a second rs200? A second martini? 
    Tamora is better than tuscan. I have two and they served well in an event not so long ago. For sure is not a high priority, it becomes usefull only under specific restrictions/track sets
  • 43MK443MK4 ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,796 ✭✭✭✭✭
    rei348 said:
    Twinkie said:

    Ford Rs200 (5 times ofc). 6-9-9

    Jaguar XFRS Sportsbrake (great for small city streets)

    Porsche Martini (great 70s) 6-9-9

    TVR Tuscan convertible (great for drags)

    Camaro convertible (great for medium city streets) @ 6-6-9

    Caterham Seven 360 (slalom queen) have 2 of them

    Lotus 340r (slalom king). 6-9-9

    Porsche 924 Rally spec (also 5 times ofc) 9-6-9  have another one

    Mini JCW ALL4 Countryman (pretty useless but sweet af)

    Maybach 62 (awesone for wet drags)

    Ford Escort (also 5 times ofc).   9-6-9

    Chevrolet Trailblazer (just for the good old times). 9-9-6

    Lotus Elise sport 135 (also for the good old times).  6-9-9 

    Ford focus rs 500 one 330, done, one 303. done,  Maybe one 033 too.  have a 3rd so 6-9-9

    Honda civic type r

    Caddilac CTS coupe. @ 6-6-6

    Honda legend.  9-6-9

    Lotus Carlton

    Tvr tamora. @ 9-9-6 also have a 2nd one
      Updated list with what is already above stock 3-3-3 , of the rest above bearing what I have upgraded already , what would be the next ones to complete and best option ??
    Don't think you need two tamora, especially if you have a Tuscan.

    The CTS coupe is a very strong ultra in wet conditions, I'd finish that off as a fairly high priority

    Not sure a third focus is an urgent need but I'd hold it just in case.

    I'd do a second 924 as a fairly high priority.  969 for the second? I don't know tbh.  I've seen a 996 be  surprisingly useful.

    Do you have a second rs200? A second martini? 
    Tamora is better than tuscan. I have two and they served well in an event not so long ago. For sure is not a high priority, it becomes usefull only under specific restrictions/track sets


    I got 2 Tamoras waiting to be fused right after 8.0 is released where I will have tons of food.

    Both should be 996 right?

  • David_FookDavid_Fook ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 2,359 ✭✭✭✭✭
    rei348 said:
    Twinkie said:

    Ford Rs200 (5 times ofc). 6-9-9

    Jaguar XFRS Sportsbrake (great for small city streets)

    Porsche Martini (great 70s) 6-9-9

    TVR Tuscan convertible (great for drags)

    Camaro convertible (great for medium city streets) @ 6-6-9

    Caterham Seven 360 (slalom queen) have 2 of them

    Lotus 340r (slalom king). 6-9-9

    Porsche 924 Rally spec (also 5 times ofc) 9-6-9  have another one

    Mini JCW ALL4 Countryman (pretty useless but sweet af)

    Maybach 62 (awesone for wet drags)

    Ford Escort (also 5 times ofc).   9-6-9

    Chevrolet Trailblazer (just for the good old times). 9-9-6

    Lotus Elise sport 135 (also for the good old times).  6-9-9 

    Ford focus rs 500 one 330, done, one 303. done,  Maybe one 033 too.  have a 3rd so 6-9-9

    Honda civic type r

    Caddilac CTS coupe. @ 6-6-6

    Honda legend.  9-6-9

    Lotus Carlton

    Tvr tamora. @ 9-9-6 also have a 2nd one
      Updated list with what is already above stock 3-3-3 , of the rest above bearing what I have upgraded already , what would be the next ones to complete and best option ??
    Don't think you need two tamora, especially if you have a Tuscan.

    The CTS coupe is a very strong ultra in wet conditions, I'd finish that off as a fairly high priority

    Not sure a third focus is an urgent need but I'd hold it just in case.

    I'd do a second 924 as a fairly high priority.  969 for the second? I don't know tbh.  I've seen a 996 be  surprisingly useful.

    Do you have a second rs200? A second martini? 
    Tamora is better than tuscan. I have two and they served well in an event not so long ago. For sure is not a high priority, it becomes usefull only under specific restrictions/track sets
    The Tuscan wins test bowl, and I think 0-150. Worth bearing in mind.
  • DrizztSalvatoreDrizztSalvatore ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 271 ✭✭✭
    edited February 26

    Sorry guys, only half of my reply post appeared because I quoted a quote,

    below is what I have from the lists above plus a couple of others that might be of use, any chance of what order to start them in and the optimum final upgrade bearing in mind what is already complete:-  Thanks in advance


  • DrizztSalvatoreDrizztSalvatore ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 271 ✭✭✭
    B 22 FORD RS200 6-9-9   B 22 JAGUAR XFR-S SPORTBRAKE 3-3-3   B 22 PORSCHE 911 TURBO MARTINI 6-9-9   B 22 TVR TUSCAN CONVERTIBLE 3-3-3   B 21 CHEVROLET CAMARO CONVERTIBLE 6-6-9   B 21 CATERHAM SEVEN 360 3-3-6 have a 2nd @ 3-3-3 B 21 LOTUS 340R 6-9-9   B 21 PORSCHE 924 CARRERA GTS RALLY SPEC 9-6-9 have a 2nd @ 3-3-3 B 21 MINI JCW ALL4 COUNTRYMAN 3-3-3   B 20 MAYBACH 62 LANDAULET 3-3-3   B 20 FORD ESCORT RALLY SPEC 9-6-9   B 19 CHEVROLET TRAILBLAZER SS 9-9-6   B 22 FORD FOCUS RS500 9-6-9 9-9-6 and a 3rd @ 3-3-3 B 19 LOTUS ELISE SPORT 135 6-9-9   B 22 HONDA CIVIC TYPE R 2016 6-3-3   B 22 CADILLAC CTS COUPE 6-6-3   B 22 HONDA LEGEND 3.7 SH-AWD 9-6-9   B 22 LOTUS CARLTON 6-3-3   B 21 PORSCHE CAYMAN 09 9-6-9   B 22 NISSAN PATROL NISMO 3-3-3 2 off B 22 TVR TAMORA 9-9-6 have a 2nd @ 3-3-3 B 21 LANCIA DELTA INTEGRALE EVOLUZIONE II 6-6-6  

  • EndlessWavesEndlessWaves ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 570 ✭✭✭
    Upgrade your city streets cars. The XF Estate for city streets short (not sure on tune) and the Camaro Convertible 969 for city streets medium.
  • benhaha85benhaha85 ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 236 ✭✭✭
    Just be aware that the Camaro Convertible will be getting changed to low ride height at some point according to the corrections post.
  • evilprofesseurevilprofesseur ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,353 ✭✭✭✭✭
    benhaha85 said:
    Just be aware that the Camaro Convertible will be getting changed to low ride height at some point according to the corrections post.
    lol, the only real saving grace it had.
  • grandvachegrandvache ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,943 ✭✭✭✭✭
    rei348 said:
    Twinkie said:

    Ford Rs200 (5 times ofc). 6-9-9

    Jaguar XFRS Sportsbrake (great for small city streets)

    Porsche Martini (great 70s) 6-9-9

    TVR Tuscan convertible (great for drags)

    Camaro convertible (great for medium city streets) @ 6-6-9

    Caterham Seven 360 (slalom queen) have 2 of them

    Lotus 340r (slalom king). 6-9-9

    Porsche 924 Rally spec (also 5 times ofc) 9-6-9  have another one

    Mini JCW ALL4 Countryman (pretty useless but sweet af)

    Maybach 62 (awesone for wet drags)

    Ford Escort (also 5 times ofc).   9-6-9

    Chevrolet Trailblazer (just for the good old times). 9-9-6

    Lotus Elise sport 135 (also for the good old times).  6-9-9 

    Ford focus rs 500 one 330, done, one 303. done,  Maybe one 033 too.  have a 3rd so 6-9-9

    Honda civic type r

    Caddilac CTS coupe. @ 6-6-6

    Honda legend.  9-6-9

    Lotus Carlton

    Tvr tamora. @ 9-9-6 also have a 2nd one
      Updated list with what is already above stock 3-3-3 , of the rest above bearing what I have upgraded already , what would be the next ones to complete and best option ??
    Don't think you need two tamora, especially if you have a Tuscan.

    The CTS coupe is a very strong ultra in wet conditions, I'd finish that off as a fairly high priority

    Not sure a third focus is an urgent need but I'd hold it just in case.

    I'd do a second 924 as a fairly high priority.  969 for the second? I don't know tbh.  I've seen a 996 be  surprisingly useful.

    Do you have a second rs200? A second martini? 
    Tamora is better than tuscan. I have two and they served well in an event not so long ago. For sure is not a high priority, it becomes usefull only under specific restrictions/track sets
    Afaik the Tuscan wins the bowl, the Tamora wins everything else.  Is that still the case?
  • EndlessWavesEndlessWaves ✭✭✭ Member Posts: 570 ✭✭✭
    The Camaro Convertible is one of the best US cars for twisties around that RQ. I'm not sure how it compares time-wise to the RQ20 Viper, but it's better handling and quicker 0-60. 

    Setting it to low and dropping it down and RQ or two definitely won't eliminate it's usefulness.

    The Tuscan also wins 0-170 and Wet 0-60 IIRC. 
  • HeissRodHeissRod ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 4,865 ✭✭✭✭✭
    Unless the Tamora goes back up to Epic  :D
  • greddygreddy ✭✭✭✭✭ Member Posts: 1,541 ✭✭✭✭✭
    HeissRod said:
    Unless the Tamora goes back up to Epic  :D
    Noooo, another one of my unicorns. On the other hand i fused Tuscan 3 or 4 times and still have 2 maxed. 
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