Originally Posted by zamrioo2
cherry... it's capable to run more than 64?
No 64 is the limit, but using that it gains as muchtiming as it needs before the Turbo hits. Lets say, that after I had been a full throttle for 0.8s then say 50 degrees of timing had been added then the turbo would only add 14. Just means for a big track allows the motor to stretch its' legs before the turbo comes in. Also if you never quite hit full throttle then there is the opportunity for the motor to ramp up to full timing on boost without turbo.
Another by-product of these settings is on a long sweeper, if you have to lay off a bit you don't have to wait for the turbo to come back on just floor it and the timing carries on adding until the 0.8s is up then adds the Turbo.
Please don't copy my settings to closely as I am a pretty heavy handed aggressive driver. These suit my driving style very well. BTW this was on the following gearing.
28T Pinion 70T Spur with an internal of 2.4375 6.09:1 track is HUGE and pretty much flat out all the way round.
Brooklands Raceway Kent
Total Race Site Area: 4,000 square meters
Track Area: 2,450 square meters
Length of Longest Circuit: 364 meters
Number of Layouts within Track: 6
Track Width at Widest: 6 meters
Track Width at Narrowest: 4 meters