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Default 03-09-2015, 07:25 PM

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Originally Posted by Spxxx
I wanted to get a thread going with some of the Beta testers for discussions on best practices, general info and sharing of community maps.

I'm currently running the OTS E40 map... To me it feels around the same as the BMS E85 map on Map 7 but is peaking at almost 21psi vs. 18.5psi with BMS map 7. I've noticed that it tapers A LOT near redline...

I really want to find some basic E85 community maps to start playing with (standalone ones, I only have maps that I used stacked with JB4)
With the race logic you should be able to dial in say 18psi at redline. If we're going to use this for the single turbo cars that is what I'd want to see. Crank it up as high as you can and post some logs so we can verify that aspect is working.


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