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BXR Pares Tourer 3.0 1.0

90s Japanese Hardtop Sedan

  1. Sir ViTeC Ω
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    First time I upload, so
    if something doesn't work please let me know!
    To install, I just took the ZIP folder from my BeamNG/mods folder, so it should work the same way by copy-paste in your Mods folder of your BeamNG.

    BXR Pares is actually a line-up of models. The Tourer is the "hardtop" version, even if it does have a B-pillar. The engine is a TR30TT624D, in its MPTT variant, meaning Multi-Point EFI and a big turbo.

    Specs:
    Engine: 3.0 6-cylinders 24-valves DOHC, Single Turbo BallBearing, LightWeightForged
    Layout: Longitudinal front-engine, rear-wheel drive
    Power: 376 hp at 6900rpm
    Torque: 452Nm at 5300rpm
    Gearbox: 5-speed manual
    Weight: 1630kg (56F - 44R)
    0-100km/h: 10,7s
    80-120km/h: 2,9s
    0-1000m: 28,66s
    Front Suspension: Double Wishbone
    Rear Suspension: Multi-link
    Info come from Automation specs. They may vary in BeamNG.

Recent Reviews

  1. Raphaeldze
    Raphaeldze
    3/5,
    Version: 1.0
    The design is pretty good but the engine does not have enough power
    1. Sir ViTeC Ω
      Author's Response
      The engine developes 376hp, but due to turbo-lag the maximum amount of power comes only at the end, like old Supras and old turbocharged sedans :)
      Hence the fact that at the beginning the car seems pretty slow. A tip: do a burnout to have a pretty faster acceleration!
  2. intimitation
    intimitation
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Very well made car, fun to drive and looks great! The gears are a bit tall though but overall, excellent!
    1. Sir ViTeC Ω
      Author's Response
      I'm very very very happy to read this! Thanks a lot! I'm glad you appreciate!
  3. Thombike
    Thombike
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Reminds me one of the Toyotas from Gran Tourismo, the only for japan Toyota from 80's or 90's. Looks pretty well.
    1. Sir ViTeC Ω
      Author's Response
      Yeah! Main inspiration comes from the Toyota Mark II and Corona EXiV! I'm really really happy that you appreciate!
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