i was hoping that the percentage thing works but so far i have 16 mid cars and 14 or 15 standard cars...
Not sure why you are getting that many Standard- and Mid range cars. I have 10 of the Mid and Standard and 3 Top, and have only gotten Top range cars in my last 25 sources. Maybe the amount of collection cars comes into play as well, I have 16 of those.
Indeed.. but even with the worst bad luck it is perfectly possible to do a finale in 2 houres.
Still worth putting the off road tires on. Most people dont know which cars actually benefit from it and it doesn't make any difference for the sale, so might as well equip them for the small chance they may help.
Good read but there still is some bullsh*t in it though.
1-not all time you equip offroad tires on a car it will actually help with kerbs.
2-the pacific standard can pay 500k per 1.5 hour...if the team is great and the rockstar servers are with you and you start from invite only and such it can even be done in 1h15 minutes, making this not a heist killer by far.
Edit: esprcially since if working together...well it seems the payout of associates is still way lower then that.
Besides that i would be interested to know how long it takes to deliver when working with a cargobob.
Also, I don't mean to discount what you say about Pac Standard, but I have never seen it done that fast, I'm sure people do, but that is some elite perfect playing there. With the servers acting up, crap internet, failing setups, for average players stealing/selling cars is likely way faster.
and to answer your question, for steals I'd say the cargobob can do it on average like 1-7 mins, sells like idk, 1-5 mins. Just depends on how far away they are.
Also i am also taking into acount the setup costs, the loading and staying in freeroam waiting for the message to drop.
The numbers in the OP...that maximum...does not consider the cooldown(which should be removed), the stealing of the vehicle or the running back and forth between the office building and hangar
Well it is easy enough to fill up the cooldown time with VIP work, and doesn't take into account any businesses you might have running in the background. Still, if it doesn't beat the grind dollars of Pac Standard, at least this doesn't feel like a grind at all. It's definitely the best way to make money that I wouldn't consider a grind at all.
To be completely honest, I haven't even done Pac Standard in over a year. I probably shouldn't be trying to compare what the best grind is.
Just saying I like this car stealing way better than crates/anything else that makes money.
Well...ok then...but what is the math combined with such work then ?
Really the OP, i learned a few new things....but this math needs more working out and i doubt that this is the pacific standard killer i originally hoped for.
I am definatly gonna take advantage about the uncondirmed x2 event that is waiting to happen...but besides that....this is NOT a pacific standard killer and anyone capable of calculated reasoning should grind heists together instead of grinding this stuff together.
With a potential $400k per hour on pacific standard, I'd say that this is definitely a possible killer of that. Sure, I didn't take in the travel times and sitting behind the comp etc., but that is only about 2.5 mins per run. With 4.8 runs per hour, that totals to 12 mins extra each hour.
That's still $384k in 49.8 mins and a remaining 10.2 mins to make cash with something else.
But you are definitely right that the calculations could use some extra work, as the times are still a bit of guess-work from my own experience. Could be that I've been a bit too positive, but certainly not ruling out that it can be done quicker either.
In any case it is the best "fun method" to earn a lot of money.