I have tested at my track...70 x 30...it was clocked at 29 mph on the straight which may be 65 ft..which is pretty fast could be faster..it came off the track at 102 degrees..i think i need a little more straight a way speed and a little more pop in the infield my set up is as follows..
.2 turbo delay
end rpm 7000
start rpm 2437
turbo ramp 3.0
turbo boost 10
timing boost 41
throttle profile 3...
76 spur with 42 pinion..tires 42mm...the turbo kicks in a little late..can anyone give me any suggestions...13.5 orion vortex is the motor
Based on your roll out of 72.92mm, the motor would be turing 10,750 prm to reach 29 mph. Should the end rpm be set higher or should the turbo be set higher, or both to reach a greater speed on the straight? I know you can increase pinion size to get the extra top end, but that would make it more sluggish coming out of a corner, correct?
This is very interesting as our track is almost the same length and I am going to be running the new software for the first time tomorrow.