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    I meant was the skoda MPG with ALS on full?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRC17 View Post
    I meant was the skoda MPG with ALS on full?
    Aha, yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    Maybe somebody can give better values (dimviii, br21?) but I believe that with Evo IX gr.N the consumption with full ALS is nearly double than without.
    about 40% more,depents from the stage,and how much strong antilag you have select

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mirek View Post
    Anyway in the turbo cars large part of the consumption is taken by ALS. That's why I think that the most meaningful way how to integrate some often discussed hybrid systems into rally is to implement semi-electric turbochargers without classic ALS. It would be relatively easy to implement (I think) and it would bring fuel consumption to much lower values without changing the appearance of the cars, i.e. it would look good for marketing reasons but for petrolheads not much would be changed in terms of sound and spectacle (sound slightly). It would be theoretically good also for reliability.
    Totally agree (as I also did in the past). Should be possible to spec. it in the rules.
    Also, it might even be possible not to have it running all the time when off-throttle. A suitably large electric motor could be able to spin up the turbo really quick as a reaction to throttle input, minimizing any delay.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRC17 View Post
    How many miles do WRC cars do per gallon in stage mode?
    per gallon....

    We use metric around here you colonial pleb...
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    How much performance difference would there be with ALS off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRC17 View Post
    How much performance difference would there be with ALS off?
    A lot for sure. But can't say exactly, as it depends on stage characteristics, on car (turbo spool, etc), on mapping, conditions, driver, etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRC17 View Post
    I meant was the skoda MPG with ALS on full?
    And you are from US or?

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    Quote Originally Posted by br21 View Post
    A lot for sure. But can't say exactly, as it depends on stage characteristics, on car (turbo spool, etc), on mapping, conditions, driver, etc.
    Do You know whether 2017 WRC have by-pass air channel or whether it is banned like in R5?
    Stupid is as stupid does. Forrest Gump

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    Fresh air valve is allowed for WRC cars.

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