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Lyee Chong
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Old post #31 posted Aug 14th 2019, 05:48:15 (last edited Aug 14th 2019, 06:02:08 by Lyee Chong) Quote 
The "selling" say is actually very confusing, and it leads people to misunderstand this idea to be a profit making suggestion, and further misleaded people into the possibility of possible exploitation of this idea.

What I understand from here is, there is no profit making, no selling. It probably just suggested an option for manager to *trade-in* a worn part for a less-worn part at cost. Knowing that what upgrade/replace/downgrade mechanism that we already have, I guess this suggestion suggests for option of "trade-in" what we currently have into a less-worn part of same level, or 1 level higher but not brand new.

What we are currently having is either we can upgrade/replace a worn part with a brand new part at any level but not 2 level higher than the current level at cost, or to down grade a part to lower level and less worn part for free.
And now, this is a suggestion of just to propose to have the option to "trade-in" for a less-worn part of same level or 1 level higher but not brand new, both at cost, which is an option we currently not having.

This no doubt gives more flexibility to part management, and I do not think it can make the game substantially easier simply by having this option make available. But does this game leaps over onto a new height with this get in place? Not what I believe.
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Old post #32 posted Aug 14th 2019, 06:02:11 Quote 
Quote ( Lyee Chong @ August 14th 2019,05:48:15 )

This no doubt gives more flexibility to part management, and I do not think it can make the game substantially easier simply by having this option make available


I disagree with you in this, it takes the majority of planning away,and makes things easier for managers to administer and takes away the planning.

So, n my case, I expect one part to reach 102% in the last race,so I have to plan my CTR to finish the last race without smoking by administrating my risks, replace/downgrade that part or smoke some laps that race (economically it is not sound to replace it).

I I could buy a part with some less wear it would definite make my life easier.

Quote ( Lyee Chong @ August 14th 2019,05:48:15 )

What I understand from here is, there is no profit making, no selling


Quote ( Yakup Paçacı @ August 11th 2019,10:16:19 )

for example: sell engine with 70% wear.


I think you need to read again!
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Old post #33 posted Aug 14th 2019, 06:03:00 (last edited Aug 14th 2019, 06:05:37 by Mikko Heikkinen) Quote 
Quote ( Yakup Paçacı @ August 13th 2019,17:28:03 )

only saving


saving = less expenses == profit


and also:
Quote ( Eduardo Sanchez Carenzo @ August 14th 2019,06:02:11 )

it takes the majority of planning away,and makes things easier for managers to administer and takes away the planning.

QFT
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Old post #34 posted Aug 14th 2019, 06:13:40 Quote 
Ones need extraordinary courage to re-reading what Yakup wrote :) I would rather read once, and then play with my imagination in figuring out what he actually want to get across :P

I said it is more like a trade-in than anything else (especially not simply selling), because his "selling" in this idea is always follow up with a "buying", which lead me to believe this to be a trade-in plus cost/price. Especially when Yakup insisted that the idea od selling at low and buying at high action is not aim to make profit.

Well, this is only the best I can guess. I can not speak for Yakup for sure :)
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Old post #35 posted Aug 14th 2019, 06:17:49 Quote 
Quote ( Lyee Chong @ August 14th 2019,06:13:40 )

Ones need extraordinary courage to re-reading what Yakup wrote :) I would rather read once, and then play with my imagination in figuring out what he actually want to get across :P


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Quote ( Mikko Heikkinen @ August 14th 2019,06:03:00 )

and also:
Quote ( Eduardo Sanchez Carenzo @ August 14th 2019,06:02:11 )

it takes the majority of planning away,and makes things easier for managers to administer and takes away the planning.

QFT


In Mexico we have a "verb" (derived from the way a comedian popular in the 1950's and 60's) called "cantinflear" and that Is what I did.

so it whoud read:

it takes the majority of planning away,and makes things easier for managers to administer

Sorrty
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Old post #36 posted Aug 18th 2019, 03:01:22 (last edited Aug 18th 2019, 03:02:24 by Yakup Paçacı) Quote 
1-we are sure.
2-same level
3-couldn't upgrade used parts, only level same part
4-goal : only saving the day
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Old post #37 posted Aug 18th 2019, 10:45:53 Quote 
Yakup however much you bang on about it , it will never suddenly be a good idea

You have been given multiple reasons why it's a bad idea again and again and again

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4-goal : only saving the day


by saving the day , I presume you mean remove the need for proper money/part management :)
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Old post #38 posted Aug 20th 2019, 12:18:56 Quote 
Quote ( Peter Willmore @ August 18th 2019,10:45:53 )



by saving the day , I presume you mean remove the need for proper money/part management :)


Same here, so
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Old post #39 posted Aug 20th 2019, 12:38:44 Quote 
Lol
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Old post #40 posted Aug 20th 2019, 14:41:25 Quote 
I don’t know how to respond other than LOL
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Old post #41 posted Aug 20th 2019, 14:46:15 Quote 
I would recommend using Yakup's ferocious techniques, like

Quote ( Yakup Paçacı @ August 20th 2019,12:18:56 )
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Old post #42 posted Aug 21st 2019, 09:49:18 Quote 
Quote ( Kuba Szajbel @ August 20th 2019,14:46:15 )

I would recommend using Yakup's ferocious techniques, like

Quote ( Yakup Paçacı @ August 20th 2019,12:18:56 )


thanks,

that's fine by me
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