Today, 5:27 AM · 33 replies and 599 views.
I nail 44-45 sec/jump with my AspX constantly. It's not even a contest. 6A fuel scoop.
Having said that, it depends how much fuel a DBX uses/jump. I may have to set up a DBX and do my own tests.
Also, it's far more complex than this test makes out. This test assumes there will always be a star at the max jump distance (there won't, unless you're in the core).
Having said that, for 5T of fuel, it takes the DBX 2.9s/T, and the Asp takes 1.12s/T. this would work out to about 9 seconds per jump (assuming 5T used/jump). Though, let's call it 7 seconds, as this calculations don't take into account the spool time.
7 seconds is a fair chunk. Regardless, I may give this an actual practical test myself, I've times my jumps at an average of 45s/jump for my AspX many times, I'll have to set up a DBX and give it a run, too...