Have you been frustrated with the lack of tuning options for the Burnside?
Perhaps you want your Autobello to be even slower than it is now?
You want your cars to be more realistic?
M'person, do I got you.
This is a little mod that I made, part of my usual shenanigans with modding. This small focus on the Burnside's 4-barrel and the Autobello's engines will allow me to keep this updated for a while.
After being frustrated with the current overpowered engines in the Piccolina (and seeing that many others were frustrated with the overpowered engines, too), I decided to make this little thing from copying and pasting dev code and pics and hastily editing things.
What it’s like to drive:
Especially with the base 700cc engine, slow. You will be left behind by a stock Autobello of equivalent spec. Sure, you can tune the engines to make decent power, but they’ll always be less powerful than a similar stock engine. If you are looking for a high-power engine mod, you won’t find it here.
What this mod includes:
Autobelli 700cc F4 Engine: (standard) 26 hp, 50 lb-ft of torque, 5850 RPM redline, 67 mph top speed, 33 seconds to 60 (in the Autobelli 70).
Autobelli 900cc F4 Engine: (standard) 32 hp, 60 lb-ft of torque, 5450 RPM redline, 75 mph top speed, 23 seconds to 60 (in the Autobelli 90).
These engines also have the full list of tuning parts (literally the standard bits slapped in), allowing you to tune them up just like any other Autobello engine.
This also means that you can quickly take, say, a 150 Corse Autobello, stick the 900cc engine in that, and get a 67-horsepower sporty sedan. Or stick the 700cc engine in the Baja if you're having issues with the 1.5.
I've also included a "janky" straight-cut gearbox. To make it work, you have to select the "4-Speed Manual Transmission (Straight Cut)" AND the "Straight Cut Flywheel".
This mod also includes:
Four configs (all of which are the same as their equivalent stock configs, save for the engine/transmission):
Autobelli 70 (Straight Cut)
Autobelli 90 B Sport:
I will warn you again: Your Autobello with an Autobelli engine WILL BE SLOW. Especially with the base 700cc engine.
And I ain't makin' it faster. If you have a problem with the cars being so slow, there’s the stock Autobello engines and a million power mods you can use.
Burnside 4-Barrel Mod:
This was also a mod that I made after being frustrated by the devs' inaction. Seeing that many others wanted it, as well, I decided to make it.
What I've added:
313 V8 tuning parts:
This is the one we've all wanted; it was originally putting out 165 horsepower, but I found that I could get 170 horsepower from my replica 313 in Automation.
*Three stages of engine block (179, 200, and 230 horsepower):
I've also added heavy-duty and ultra-heavy-duty engine blocks to the Burnside 313, as well as:
*Adjustable rev limiter for the 313 V8
*Three new transmissions (4-speed sport manual and 5-speed race manual from Bluebuck, and 5-speed manual from Barstow).
*Three configs (with terrible thumbnails):
V8 Super-Matic 4-Barrel (171 horsepower):
"Dark Thing" (~200 horsepower)
313 Custom, meant to mimic late-'50s/early-'60s customs (~250 horsepower)
@Alex_Farmer557 for pointing out my mod packing issues
@FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL for the Autobelli name
@SuperAusten64: Bug fixing for the Burnside 313 4-barrel
BeamNG Devs: Most of the code, the base pictures and configs, etc.
Ya Boi Driftin: Hastily slapping together this thing
I’m totally fine if you use it in your own mods; just credit me for the engines with @DriftinCovet1987 and link back to this mod.
That means you, too, World of Mods and associates. I know you’ll reupload it, anyway.