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KarmaInferno

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« on: <11-01-21/1627:30> »
So. now we have Cargo Factor back, and rules on how much most vehicles can hold.

How much CF do the various vehicles types OCCUPY?

Like, if I want to store a motorbike in my van, how much CF should I allocate?




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Aria

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« Reply #1 on: <11-01-21/1908:08> »
Double Clutch p150 “  Cargo capacity is measured in CFs (Cargo Factor); a single CF represents a half cubic meter of volume and 200 kg, and 1 CF is the approximate size of a typical human. The length and weight of each size class are approximate.”

Then there’s the size class table plus all the rules for drone racks…

I tend to go for ‘does it make sense’?!? and not worry too much about the precise numbers, particularly for large vehicles…
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« Reply #2 on: <11-04-21/1511:40> »
So. now we have Cargo Factor back, and rules on how much most vehicles can hold.

How much CF do the various vehicles types OCCUPY?

Like, if I want to store a motorbike in my van, how much CF should I allocate?




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Well, if you use the KISS method, a simple google search of "motorbike in van" gives you and idea.
From the pics I saw, a guess of "3/4 to all available CF" would not be out of line.

Most dirt bikes filled up most foot space  with just room enough for a few other items. A street bike, or chopper would take up even more space..
Where am I going? And why am I in a hand basket ???

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