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.

Not a bad duplicate legendary, better than my other duplicate the SLS electric

Nice, never pulled any GT. My only duplicate Legendary? Merc SLS.... Ha ha ha ha ha... Sob

Well, Hutch sure knows how to troll, after my lengthy argumentation on how making the sls roadster epic was the worst decision ever, what do I get from a German ceramic.... sls GT!

Yeah, now my three merc legendaries (sls bs, sls gt and sls) will get beaten by stupid roadsters.

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369✭✭✭✭mra 71.4

2,823✭✭✭✭✭369✭✭✭✭The only use of this car I can imagine is to scare opponents away, but it needs to be accompanied by some other Legendaries.

316✭✭✭46✭✭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 70.37744✭✭✭✭2,204✭✭✭✭✭316✭✭✭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.

2,204✭✭✭✭✭3,128✭✭✭✭✭831✭✭✭✭✭3,128✭✭✭✭✭1,891✭✭✭✭✭Or infinity?

1,841✭✭✭✭✭1,698✭✭✭✭✭3,128✭✭✭✭✭316✭✭✭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...

1,127✭✭✭✭✭5 tenths of a second is .5, which is half, right?

316✭✭✭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.

1,841✭✭✭✭✭968✭✭✭✭✭My only duplicate Legendary? Merc SLS.... Ha ha ha ha ha... Sob

1,698✭✭✭✭✭2,204✭✭✭✭✭Yeah, now my three merc legendaries (sls bs, sls gt and sls) will get beaten by stupid roadsters.

Well played Hutch.

2,747✭✭✭✭✭729✭✭✭✭✭Timely pull from my Austin challenge cf

623✭✭✭✭328✭✭✭✭968✭✭✭✭✭821✭✭✭✭1,240✭✭✭✭✭Edit never mind, I've not been paying attention 😂