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what is the difference between enhanced and calibrated equipment?


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MayyoNaise #1 Posted 10 October 2019 - 02:51 PM

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what is the difference between enhanced and calibrated equipment?
 

if one does both, does the oder matter? is there a wrong way to do it? (like for example, does one reset the other?)



zen_monk_ #2 Posted 10 October 2019 - 03:08 PM

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There's no difference. You improve your equipment with Enhancing and can boost that improvement a bit more with Calibration.

 

 

You Enhance equipment in set jumps of 100, 200, 300 and 400 points. The last three also bring certain perks.

 

Calibrating is boosting the primary good and bad characteristics of the already enhanced improvement. It can go to +78 (the first enhancement which brings you 100 you can boost to 178). But if you take one more step to second enhancement, it will simply jump to 200 thus erasing all your calibration from 100 to, say, 165.

 

So the existing wisdom is this: Enhance to the level you want, and only then do the calibration.

 

 

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"the level you want" means: for the planes you really like and want to keep for good and fly often, do the Specialization then Enhance equipment to 400 and only then do the Calibration.

 

For all other, specialize to 200 choosing the first perk you need and then calibrate. That first perk on 200 will work even if the plane is not Specialized, but if you go to 300 or 400 on a non-specialized plane, all the perks will not work.

 


Edited by zen_monk_, 10 October 2019 - 04:18 PM.

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MayyoNaise #3 Posted 11 October 2019 - 10:10 PM

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thanks! glad i asked before trying and wasting ressources




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