jlv wrote:One rut would be in phase with itself by definition. But you didn't answer the question. Are they around 2 feet apart? Actually might be 1 foot. I'll have to double check the averaging code to be sure.
Didn't realize if it did it with a single rut that the distance question applied. My bad.
I didn't have the track saved with the first erode, so I did some new passes. This is on the actual San Diego track, not with mud traction or any changed erode settings:
Hard to get a good picture because the erode is tough to see - again set at 4.0 and this is one of the straights that isn't getting much erode:
Here is the rhythm that erodes well each time:
As a test, I rotated the terrain 90 degrees and when and rode. What I found was pretty substantial IMO.
The sections that were eroding so poorly before, are now great:
The sections that were so great before, now are getting the bumpy, barely eroding stuff: