Engines now use their Overheat stat to determine how long they can run at certain speeds before overheating. The calculations are complex, but essentially the more powerful an engine is, the higher an overheat stat it needs to have to compensate and run at higher throttle percentages for longer amounts of time. Both the procedurally generated stat from the schematic, and the materials used to create the engine will determine its final power and overheat stats.
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