A second “version” of my previous version “Engine Torque Tests” – [steamcommunity.com] . This version focuses on comparing the roughly middle scoring modular engine in the previous test to the large preset engine, rather then modular V.S. modular.
Once again, all engines were run with the equivalent ECU (Modular or standard engine) at the same RPS and same settings (As available). The generator used was the “Untitled generator” from the original tests. It had a score of 718.6 torque. Both engines are run through two gearboxes facing away from the engine with both being set to 3:1. I adapted the modular ECU I used for the test (And normally use) that I made to work on standard engines for this test. I tried to design the piping on the standard engine as close to the modular as possible.
Keep in mind I tried to select the modular enigne from the last test that looked to be of the closest size as the default and here are the scores:
Untitled Generator (Modular):718.6
Default Large Engine(Preset):824.2
Are you surprised by the results? I honestly didn’t expect the preset to win over the modular. The smaller version of the engine that won the last test was a close size to the preset, but I thought it might be unfair to compare a modular engine built for high torque to a preset of which has to work on many build types effectively.
You can find the other modular engines performance here! – [steamcommunity.com]
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