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I've played FH4 quite a lot, so am familiar with the way the game is intended to "game" numerous metrics like this, and I find it annoying when a...

It's free to people who were already subscribing to Game Pass, i.e. they don't have to pay anything on top of what they were already paying for a...

I just did a quick reality check on FH4 player numbers. I looked at this walkthrough from the start of the game: [MEDIA] The first PR stunt is...

Not only have they given FH4 away for free since launch day, if they're counting users, they're counting multiple accounts as multiple users, and...

Kie has been noting the same thing on his stream, and he's just been racing a Gr.3 practice lobby where the limits seemed to work differently to...

It's speed, basically, so if you plot power divided by speed, it should be the same shape as the graph with torque and gear ratio combined together.

I haven't spent much time thinking about what you've already done, but one important element that isn't in your current analysis is scores only...

If anyone really wants to do this the hard way, then I'll convert that equation to torque: power = k * rpm * torque, so acceleration = k * rpm *...

It's just that it doesn't really leave much in the way of terms for people below the top 1%. If top 1% = garbage, how do you describe people in...

42k DR, top 1%, not really garbage standard, is it.

It doesn't matter, we're trying to answer the question of what rpm to shift at. The simplest way to answer the question is to understand that...

As I said earlier in the thread, power is proportional to torque multiplied by angular velocity, so I'm not sure why you think I don't understand...

I was a bit baffled when I watched this, as it seemed such nonsense, but I think I see the source of their confusion. The video says "Horsepower...

Sorry Groundfish, but here is one last attempt to convince people with some equations. The guy in the post elsewhere that I linked to above had...

You're pretty much right with everything you said, but I would replace the above with "In cars with transmissions, you are not actually at peak...

You can determine the acceleration from power alone, without reference to torque. You can also determine the acceleration from torque, but you...

The problem is there is so much incorrect information in threads like that, and the majority of people who need to read the thread to know the...

A simple example of two cars: Honda Civic 1.6 diesel peak torque 300Nm peak power 120PS 0-62mph 10.0 seconds Honda Civic 1.5 petrol peak torque...

Torque, in itself, doesn't matter. As I said, power is proportional to torque x angular velocity, so torque matters in so far as it is related to...

I'm sorry, but this is simply 100% false. Torque vs weight does not determine acceleration, as already explained earlier in this thread. Torque...