Alpha IS28D For ETK-I Series 0.9.1

A highly detailed and customizable I6 Engine in your ETK-I

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  1. iRetr0x
    This mod adds:
    A highly detailed and customizable IS28D Engine to the ETK-I with almost every option having a custom mesh and colorable parts.
    The IS28D is a fictional Ibishu-built 2.8L DOHC I6 Engine.
    sadly not all of the parts affect power, fuel pump adds the most power.

    Pics:
    Screenshot96.png
    Screenshot97.png

    Credits:
    Me: Jbeam, custom meshes and vanilla mesh editing
    BeamNG: Original Jbeam and meshes
    Inn0cent: NOS Injection mesh

    To do:
    Add more intake options (e.g. Carb port, Supercharger, Other EFI)
    Add more variants of colorable parts (e.g. Stickers, logos etc)
    Make parts add power


    NOTES:
    I might add this to more vehicles but if ya'll beg for it, I wont.
    It has some bugs, it is not perfect. If you find any, please PM me instead of leaving it in the review.
    Also, lots of models (some high poly) so it may be performance heavy.

Recent Updates

  1. Fixed rev damage

Recent Reviews

  1. RyanCookie
    RyanCookie
    5/5,
    Version: 0.9.1
    excellent engine! great customization and great power, great engine overall! its very good for drifting aswell! :) we need this engine for every car in beamng, escpecially the k series etk!
    1. iRetr0x
      Author's Response
      Thanks bro! It still has a few issues I need to work out but I’m gonna create a more modern version for the k-series using it’s default mesh for a base
  2. SKB
    SKB
    4/5,
    Version: 0.9.1
    -1 star coz the starter motor spins engine sdrawkcab (read in opposite direction :P) and goes waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay over -/+ 20000 rpm.

    but

    Da Powaaaa is good. This car lifted the front wheels with awd.. sweet.
    1. iRetr0x
      Author's Response
      LMFAO thanks bro! I haven’t been able to figure out what causes that issue but once I do, I’ll release a fix for it!
  3. Hirochi Sunburst Procar
    Hirochi Sunburst Procar
    5/5,
    Version: 0.9
    Great mod just have a modification problem





    Note:this engine is really fast
  4. Kuthlive
    Kuthlive
    4/5,
    Version: 0.9
    not sure if you're still working on this but it's a good idea... it needs work though. For starters it makes way too much power. Most 6 cylinders from the 90s (which I'm assuming this engine would be made) with similar displacement made 270-300 horsepower turbocharged. This engine makes that N/A. And once you add a mere 10 pounds of boost it shoots up to about 400 horsepower. Again, way too much for an engine like this. The other problem I have is with the intake design. It's got ITBs, which is fine. The RB26DETT had ITBs as well. No problems there, but the issue is with the intake plenum. It looks extremely similar to what you would find in BMWs around the era this engine was made. And being an engine designed or made by Ibishu, that's kind of off brand. Oh and it sounds closer to an inline 5 than a 6.
  5. idysphoria
    idysphoria
    4/5,
    Version: 0.9
    pretty cool i know this is probably dead but i would love if you converted this to the old pessima and 200bx
  6. *NANI SORE INTENSIFIES*
    *NANI SORE INTENSIFIES*
    5/5,
    Version: 0.9
    Great job mate!
  7. Pungpig2
    Pungpig2
    4/5,
    Version: 0.9
    Love it
  8. jordy1005
    jordy1005
    5/5,
    Version: 0.9
    Looks very good
  9. Kirakat
    Kirakat
    5/5,
    Version: 0.9
    This is Visually Amazing. Good job!
  10. DriftsForDays
    DriftsForDays
    4/5,
    Version: 0.9
    The details are really good but the engine is A) too weak, on the stage 4 turbo at minimum boost it'll blow up from over torque it, then B) It doesn't rev very high, if you rev it to 10k, it'll blow up from over rev damage, and if you rev it to 4.5k, it'll blow up from over rev damage.
    1. iRetr0x
      Author's Response
      r e a d d e s c r i p t i o n
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