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LMP energy usage

Discussion in 'Assetto Corsa' started by Chadd, Jun 4, 2017.

  1. Chadd

    Chadd

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    I understand how the energy is used and recovered in the formula one cars and road cars such as the 918 and LaFerrari...as far how much can be used in a lap and the different modes, but I'm a little confused on the LMP cars. It has a hotlap mode which is pretty straight forward, and I think I understand the low aggression and high aggression as far as the energy it uses, but I don't understand the low preserve and high preserve modes. Could anyone with more knowledge about those settings please help me out. Thank you
     
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  2. Leonardo Chaves

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    With high you get more power in the high gears with low you are focussing on the lower gears.

    Basically top speed vs acceleration.
     
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  3. Chadd

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    I got it. So just to be sure on the low and high aggression...what do those focus on?
     
  4. Leonardo Chaves

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    How agressively it kicks in, traction phase.
     
  5. Chadd

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    Thank you
     
  6. Jebus

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    Is there some rule of thumb here?
    Low generally for more tricky tracks to get traction out of the corners and high for tracks like Le Mans where you mostly use higher gears?

    Edit. Nevermind. Missed the last sentence from @Leonardo Chaves Thanks
     
  7. Charmin

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    And i thouht it would be how much the energy would be used. In Low the battery would last longer and so on. Good to know how it really works
     
  8. manc0ntr0

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    I see I was wrong all this time. Many thanks for the perfect explanation!