Gran Turismo Sport - fuel consumption list & tire usage

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by rex1825, Dec 25, 2017.

  1. rex1825

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    It is in percentage, and refuel rate varies from car to car so refueling full tank takes abput 16.5 seconds... It is a bit stupid if you ask me, but this is the way it is...
     
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    sorry wrong thread.
     
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    When I tested a few Gr3 cars, M6 able to do more laps compared to most other GR3 cars (without tuning). When I see your data they have one of the lowest distance...
     
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    - completed the list
     
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    - added new cars
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    - got final fuel per groups (missing Gr.1 only, presume Gr.2 will be changed)
     
  8. rex1825

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    ...it all depends when you shift, M6 has really torque engine, and you can mostly shortshift for fuel saving, all this data is from AI driving and it always shifts on redline limit and also, gearbox is unified for all cars, so manually set to 280km/h for Gr.3 car class... maybe this is the reason why...

    Also all this is just for reference... there are other factors that change all, BoP does change things a bit...

    Also AI drives all the cars same, we don't, we know when car is loosing power, when car is in it's power band etc, this things can make difference, but to exclude all variables, I used AI to do it...

    Cheers...
     
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    - need to check new fuel values for Gr.3/4 cars
     
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    - redone Gr.3 cars, in brackets is difference in range between 1.14 and 1.15
    - removed all maps except map 1, since power and map fuel savings have changed too, added this in first post
    - added in description what car has MPG calculation, some have max fuel to 0, some count No. of liters used, some have current consumption
    - will redo Gr.4 cars tomorrow
     
  11. mclarenLB

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    So if I'm understanding this correctly, 1.15 patch made fuel mapping more effective?
     
  12. rex1825

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    ...seems so. There is no doubt about it...
     
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    Anyone knows if the battery depletes on the BMW i3 ? :p
     
  14. rex1825

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    Nope...
     
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    - added TCS and ASM

    - planing to add Gr.X cars
     
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    - added Gr.X cars
    - all 216 cars are tested (there are two LMP R18 '16 and two M6 GT3, so 214)

    List is for now completed... waiting for next update :)
     
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    - redone Gr.4
    - seems the Gr.2 has also been changed a bit (NSX got worse MPG)
     
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    Does fuel have any weight in gt sport?
     
  23. rex1825

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    ...it should be 100 liters as far as I know in those Gr. categories.
     
  24. RussRobit

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    I see guys during qualy running a lap or 2 and then pitting. I can't think of any reason to tank in and out laps other than to get fresh rubber and take no fuel in order to have a lighter car for a faster lap. So my question still stands. Has anyone esle been successful with this strategy vs. just exiting and starting again with a full fuel load but an extra qualy lap?
     
  25. eAxis Patohm

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    yea, it works. But it depends on YOU. You trade a Little Speed (1-2 tenth) for 1-2 extra chances.

    Only made sense with veryyy constant and fast Drivers in Top Lobbys.
     
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    On a similar note, how do I pick my tires so that it would ideally line up with refuelling when I need them changed? I'm especially referring to when the tire/fuel consumption is hastened, but one may be quicker than the other, like in the GT League Endurance races. IIRC, the Gr.3 Monza race has 3x fuel and 4x tires...
     
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    :eek:
    That's over 600 miles!
     
  28. rex1825

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    635 miles :) but you could get even more out... :D
     
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    Oh holy moly, this is helpful!

    BUUUUT:

    I'm driving in the JCR Gr3 Championship in a Subaru Impreza WRX Gr3.
    The Supersoft tires are those which lasts the longest, softs, mediums and hards no not last as long as the supersofts.

    But it has probably has to do with my driving style.
     
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    ...there is no way that SuperSoft tires last longest of all.