**edit : I did my test with two stabs so the values are not correct. Sorry did not check my fit, just entered my occator to have values**

you have first one acceleration tick when you align, then one acceleration tick between “cloak” and “mwd on”. you also have one tick between the “decloak” and the “warp”

A mwd multiplies your max speed by ±4.7 while the cloak divides it by 4.

That is, you multiply your max speed by ± 1.15 under cloak+mwd.

In order to reach “warpable speed” you only need to reach , not 75/100 but 75/115 = 65% of max speed under cloak+mwd. That being said, you can then add two spare seconds of acceleration (before you cloak and after you decloak)

according to eve uni

we then need `I × Mmt × -ln(1-0.65=0.35)`

seconds, with I the inertia modifier, Mmt the mass in MT, to reach that speed under mwd+claok. that is,

t = `0.4451 × 24 × 1.05`

= 11.2s so 12 ticks. Remove the 2 spare ticks and you have 10 ticks

of course with plate it goes up (because reduce the thrust of mwd) andinertial stab it goes down.

BTW the real value in the formula under the - ln(x) should be

x = `1-(0.75 × vmax × (mass+mwdmass)) / (vmax × 0.25 × mwd_mult × thrust)`

= `1 - ( 3 × (mass+mwdmass) / mwd_mult / mwd_thrust )`

You’ll notice there is no reference to max speed once simplified.

That is, to take plates and mwd variations in consideration. eg with the occator, mass is 19 and mwdmass is 5, thrust is 15 , mwd mult is 7.12 so total x = 1-3*24/7.12/15 = 0.32.

So the formula becomes 11.9s so 12 ticks to align under mwd + cloak, so 10 real s.

in case it’s not enough, you can

- remove plates
- add inertial stab to remove time required by 20% for the first
- add a engine thermal shielding II rig to increase mwd duration by 25% (same effect as inertial stab but consumes a rig ; however stackable)
- add a nozzle (rig, not stackable, only -14%)