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Discussion in 'Automobilista' started by BhZ, Jul 3, 2017.
How do i know if the brakes are in their optimal working range?
Spotter will tell you
Even in time trial?
They depend between what is good for a specific car. F1 brakes can work up to really high temperatures, although GT brakes are useless after 700C.
Looking up for info related to a specific car would help to know, general guideline is 250<X<600 for most race cars 350<X<950 for advanced prototypes (P1/2s and F1s)
F3, they are working around 500, so it's in range with both types.
even in timetrial
I was wondering this too. Crew Chief tells me constantly that my brakes on the F-Ultmates are 'really cooking, mate', even if I have brake ducts maxed. It happens on every track I have tried.
Don't listen to the spotter for temps. He's almost always wrong. Like Matheus said, the optimal brake temps vary depending on the vehicle being driven.
They could go up to 1200C and still be effective depending on how many times it hits that temp.
Carstat is a good way to look into the files. Although it is obviously better to look at the physics data.
Thanks much for the info. I will feel free to happily ignore my engineer.
Can you use Carstat with AMS since the hdv is encrypted?
I use it, don't remember the sorcery I did to get it working though.
I usually go by those numbers:
It's not as simple as that but it's a good starting point imo. Then it depends on what pads are used so range can vary +-100C
Does the colour-coded brake graphic (part of the tires and brakes widget) in DynaHUD properly reflect the different type of brakes it is representing? I think so...