Top Speeds

Discussion in 'Gran Turismo Sport' started by Platinum420, Feb 16, 2020.

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Which car was faster at Le Mans?

  1. Mazda 787B

    1 vote(s)
    9.1%
  2. Sauber C9

    10 vote(s)
    90.9%
  1. Platinum420

    Platinum420

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    Here's some Top Speed Tests I performed on Special Stage Route X (and Le Mans for old videos).

    Porsche 919 Hybrid:


    Ford GT 2017:


    Mazda 787B:


    Hyundai N 2025 Vision GT:


    SRT Tomahawk X:


    Nissan R92CP:
    https://youtu.be/CRwIqIdhL7c

    McLaren Ultimate Vision GT:
    https://youtu.be/P2Z71eY2fZ0
     
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  2. nowcontrol

    nowcontrol

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    Hey bro, the Tomahawk can go faster if you turn off all of those assists, and now it also has boost/overtake button so with a little tuning know-how it is able to reach 414mph flat speed. :tup:

    In fact, they should all be faster by turning off all assists. :odd:
     
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  3. Kevstah2004

    Kevstah2004

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    Not only
    As well turning off downforce and setting the ride height as high as possible.
    If you did the last Lambo Monza TT it nearly hits the floor on every gear change with the default ride height.
     
  4. Platinum420

    Platinum420

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    @nowcontrol, these tests are for stock cars with no upgrades, no tuning. Also, I never knew assists slow you down? That's really true?
     
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  5. pedrocor

    pedrocor

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    Of course they slow you down. The assists just take some of the performance input to stabilize the car (in basic terms: ABS takes off braking power to avoid wheels to block, Traction Control takes off engine power every time the ECU detects wheelspin, Stabily Control combines taking power off and brake aplying to put the car in the shape)

    Put it very simply, in Special Stage Route X, just a small bump makes the wheels loose contact with the track briefly, resulting on wheelspin just by an instant but enough to trigger TC and a slight drop of speed.
     
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