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  • So here's a new function that I think you will like and is now live on the following two pages: Ariel Atom 3.5 and Aston Martin Vantage GT3 with more to come later on. If you don't see these changes yet then please purge the wiki by clicking on the clock at the top right corner within the grey background and it will appear. If you're on mobile, please request the desktop version of Wikia or similar.

    So what has changed? Well firstly, there has been a minor tweak in the Cost column. The (+) sign has been integrated into the template which means that it does no longer have to be added manually when editing pages. At the moment you may see some pages having 2 plus signs (++) but this can be solved easily by removing the additional + sign by editing the page it appears in. This was made so that it would be easier to tweak the template for future changes if needed.

    So but now to the major change. There has been a brand new column added to the right named Parts and could be called as a sub-column of the Cost column in the sense that these two are related with each other. The Upgrades sections which can be found beneath this Template are also important for editing.

    Taken from Ariel Atom 3.5

    Stage PR
    (Upgrades)
    Top Speed Acc. Braking Cornering Cost Parts
    Initial
    w/ R$Icon Gold
    Expression error: Unexpected < operator. TPSMPH mph
    TPSKMH kph
    ACC.00 s BRFT ft
    BRM m
    CORN.00 g R$error
    (R$error)error Icon Gold
    (error Icon Gold)
    Max PR
    w/ R$
    Expression error: Unexpected < operator. TPSMPH2 mph
    TPSKMH2 kph
    ACC2.00 s BRFT2 ft
    BRM2 m
    CORN2.00 g R$COSTRS
    (+R$COSTRS2)
    URS1
    URS2
    Max PR
    w/ Icon Gold
    Expression error: Unexpected < operator. TPSMPH3 mph
    TPSKMH3 kph
    ACC3.00 s BRFT3 ft
    BRM3 m
    CORN3.00 g +COSTGOLD Icon Gold
    (COSTGOLD2 Icon Gold)
    UGOLD1
    UGOLD2
    Top Speed
    (kph)
    0 100 200 300 400 500 600
    TPSKMH TPSKMH3
    Acc.
    (s)
    9.03 7.79 6.39 4.98 3.58 2.18 0.78
    ACC ACC3
    Braking
    (m)
    53.3 46.4 38.6 30.9 23.1 15.3 7.5
    BRM BRM3
    Cornering
    (g)
    0.46 0.84 1.42 2.14 3.01 4.04 5.21
    CORN CORN3
    Stage PR
    (Upgrades)
    Top Speed Acc. Braking Cornering Cost Parts
    Initial
    w/ R$
    44.4 155 mph
    249 kph
    2.70 s 100.0 ft
    30.4 m
    1.00 g R$255,000
    (R$204,000)
    Max PR
    w/ R$
    54.2 169 mph
    272 kph
    2.43 s 94.2 ft
    28.7 m
    1.18 g R$226,800
    (+R$338,200)
    15
    5
    Max PR
    w/ Icon Gold
    62.9 184 mph
    297 kph
    2.20 s 90.8 ft
    27.7 m
    1.29 g +138 Icon Gold
    (282 Icon Gold)
    9
    29
    Top Speed
    (kph)
    0 100 200 300 400 500 600
    249 297
    Acc.
    (s)
    9.03 7.79 6.39 4.98 3.58 2.18 0.78
    2.70 2.20
    Braking
    (m)
    53.3 46.4 38.6 30.9 23.1 15.3 7.5
    30.4 27.7
    Cornering
    (g)
    0.46 0.84 1.42 2.14 3.01 4.04 5.21
    1.00 1.29

    The new parsers to be on the lookout for are URS1/2 and UGOLD1/2

    URS1 tells us how many upgrades can be bought without having to buy Gold upgrades. These 15 upgrades given in URS1 tells us that they cost R$226,800. URS2 tells us how many upgrades can be bought with Gold upgrades if combined with all Gold upgrades that are needed to be bought to reach the maximum level with R$.

    UGOLD1 tells us how many upgrades are needed to reach the maximum PR with Gold if combined with all R$ upgrades which many are looking out for. In this case you need 9 upgrades that cost Gold for the cost of 138 to reach the maximum PR for the Atom 3.5 which in our case is 62.9. UGOLD2 tells us how many upgrades that are in total and how much Gold they all cost together giving us the Checksum for (again) how many upgrades that are in total. One tip to see if everything has been counted correctly is that {{{URS1}}}+{{{URS2}}}+{{{UGOLD1}}}={{{UGOLD2}}} which is correct in our case and should be in all cases. Having UGOLD2 means that there are no longer a need for the parenthesis that are present in the Upgrades section's name.

    If you're wondering how you can get these figures then please look in the Upgrades section. Remember that you can sort and filtrate to get the figures you need to your advantage. This will take a bit more extra time to edit these pages especially in the progress that is currently ongoing but in the end it will look really good.

    So tell me what you think about this one. Like it, hate it? Concerns, hit me up here in the comments (please only about things that are related with this template change, for other issues contact me about Wikia related things on my MW.

    If you also happen to wonder why this section was dubbed Parts instead Upgrades it's mostly because it was made to save some space.

    Sorry if you think that this text was sloppy. I was mad hungry while writing this text.

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    • Seems cool. And yes, hunger does things to people...

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