Beta Hawk-3 Pedal Car 1.3

MFD Modding Challenge #2

  1. TechMechanic
    This a small pedal car version of an upcoming car the Hawk-3 (To be finished), however until then I present to you the child's pedal kart created for the MFD modding challenge. It boasts three wheels, limited steering and a very bumpy ride due to it's small nature and lack of suspension. If you pedal really hard you can get to 15mph and more if going downhill! The brakes are also pretty poor, due to the fact it's a pedal car, duh.
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    Small print (important):
    It is recommended that you use the advanced colour selector to choose the colours of the body and trim, and once spawned, wait for it to hit the ground and reset it there to avoid the muguard flailing around.

Recent Updates

  1. Rescaling and jbeam overhaul
  2. Texture fix and more!
  3. Fixed jbeam name

Recent Reviews

  1. tripleace
    tripleace
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3
    EXTREME DOWNHILL HERE I COME!!!!!
  2. tsunamidrew
    tsunamidrew
    5/5,
    Version: 1.3
    The most "Interesting" Car ever
  3. some
    some
    4/5,
    Version: 1.2
    add pedal assist 3 mode (make it an ebike)
  4. Wazneinfo
    Wazneinfo
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    NICEEE
  5. Traxxas_Master
    Traxxas_Master
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    someone built the pigeon backwards ;)
  6. Slimeboy2015
    Slimeboy2015
    3/5,
    Version: 1.1
    WOOOOOO!!! Pedal to the metal! :P
  7. pinki
    pinki
    3/5,
    Version: 1.1
    The idea may be good but it is not a machine and jelly on wheels :)
    1. TechMechanic
      Author's Response
      Please explain, do you mean that parts wobble around too much, on a weakly-made kart? Or is there something else I haven't found?
  8. AgentMooshroom5
    AgentMooshroom5
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    It's bloody brilliant, basically
  9. Alex_Farmer557
    Alex_Farmer557
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Set the sound to "electricmotor" like the esbr to make it silent
    1. TechMechanic
      Author's Response
      I tried, although sadly, it doesn't affect the noise which I can only assume is a starter motor as it only appears between 0-300 revs.
  10. umustbeloggedintododat
    umustbeloggedintododat
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Cool! Sound is a bit weird though.
    1. TechMechanic
      Author's Response
      I like to think of it as someone grunting to get it moving, sadly I couldn't get rid of the sound.
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