Four-Wheeled Ibishu Pigeon V 2.1
This mod is an addon for the Ibishu Pigeon. This is my first ever jbeam mod.
I made this four-wheeled version using heavily modified Miramar front suspension and modified Pigeon frame. The body has also new wider front end and the radiator was moved forward.
I wanted to keep the car as original as possible so every part from windshield to rear bumper are shared with the three-wheeled version.
I added 850cc 32hp version of the 658cc diesel engine to overcome the added weight and rolling resistance from the 4th wheel. The car also has 4-speed transmission for higher top speed.
In my opinion, it's fun to drive and much more stable in corners than the original Pigeon.
Crash deformation is surprisingly good, but front inner fenders may spike in high speed crashes.
Install the .zip file into your mods folder and clear the cache, just in case.
There are three different configurations available in car selector.
This mod is made for game versions 0.8.0 and higher only
This mod supports most of the parts from the Pigeon Mod Pack 5.0 by Taza
The mounting points of the front of the cab are much stronger than on the standard Pigeon so it makes flying the Ibishu Airlines version much easier. You can make tight maneuvers at airspeeds up to 400 km/h or 250 mph and the cab still stays on the frame.
-Fixed typo causing alternate rear wheels being separated from the hubs
-Added optional opening tailgate, opening box rear door and cargo crates from my Dove pickup. Open tailgate and rear door by pressing O by default.
-Updated to game version 0.8.0
-Uses common Pigeon engine and radiator slot now ->improves compatibility with other engine mods
-Uses Ibishu Dove RWD front suspension now ->much better handling.
-Added support for 4-lug wheels and added custom wheels familiar from my Dove.
-Fixed headlight and front turn signal positions
-Front end of the cab and frame meshes shared with my Dove
-Cab and frame .jbeams also shared with my Dove
-Still no support for skins
Four-Wheeled Pigeon 2.1
New four-wheeled version of the Ibishu Pigeon