Trackfab Superlite 1.1

Lightweight track focused roadster

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  1. TrackpadUser
    Inspired by the lightweight British roadster which has inspired many variations of kit-cars, I present to you the Trackfab Superlite.

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    It features a scratch made chassis and suspension with adjustable double wishbone suspension on both ends, along with a 200BX drive-train with supercharger options, which should be good for up to around 500 horsepower

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    Features many variants, some are more road oriented with road tires and more compliant suspension, while others meant for the track, with slicks and very rigid suspension.

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    NOTE : This is a very lightweight RWD roadster, which means that it's not the easiest thing to drive. For reference, the SL180R variant has around as much power per kilogram as the track variants of vanilla cars. IMHO it is reasonably driveable using a game pad, the variants with more power however are much more challenging. I do not plan on adding AWD to this car so please do not ask for it.

    The SL140R should be the easiest to drive and most multipurpose variant, with it's street oriented suspension and slick tires. Do note however that it likes to tripod in turns around the track. The other "R" variants have very little suspension compliance, which makes them quite bouncy and hard to drive on bumpy roads, but which works nicely around a race track.

    Forum thread:
    https://www.beamng.com/threads/trackfab-superlite.66035/#post-1075867

    Credits:
    Mesh and Jbeam : Trackpaduser
    Original drivetrain meshes/Jbeams : BeamNG
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Recent Updates

  1. Small content update with steering rework

Recent Reviews

  1. Mr. Marbles
    Mr. Marbles
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    amazing quality and details, drives good and fills a missing spot. could be official!

    would love to see a "oldschool original version" with 60s design elements, analog gauges and the engine maybe from the miramar.
  2. Yota
    Yota
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Thanks for making the steering slower. Was driving me nuts with an Xbox controller! :)
  3. farcar
    farcar
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    Very excellent! Words can't explain....
  4. ATB
    ATB
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1
    It’s awesome
  5. Traxxas_Master
    Traxxas_Master
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    very nice. most mods these days have suspension that doesnt feel smooth, BUT THIS FEELS GREAT AND THE WEIGHT DISTRABUTION IS SPOT ON.
    I LOVE it
  6. teodor99
    teodor99
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    a caterham based car in beam. worthy of 5 stars just by the person who finally made it real. shame automation never made one
  7. Dr. Death
    Dr. Death
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Lovely. If there was any criticism to be done here is that it woudl be cool to adjust the angle of the front and rear wings and to have more suspension setup. And maybe a Drag automatic transmission. Other than that this mod is amazing.
    1. TrackpadUser
      Author's Response
      Can you PM me your additional suspension tuning options suggestions? I don't think there are that many useful settings that can be added.

      And the adjustable wings is on my to-do list.
  8. ctrlaltelite
    ctrlaltelite
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    I absolutely love your mod, I am wondering, why the choice for the 5 bolt wheel PCD? Most all Lotus 7 setups have 4 bolts, and ingame the 4 bolts give a more appropriate range of 13-15" wheels.
    1. TrackpadUser
      Author's Response
      Main issue is the lack of choices when it comes to wider tires on 4 bolt wheels.

      Excluding a few more specialized wheels like the autobello racing rims, you're pretty much limited to 215s with the generic 4 bolt rims.

      I plan on making 4 bolt hubs available as an additional option in the next update.
  9. G-Farce
    G-Farce
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    N O T H I N G B U T Q U A L I T Y
  10. T Pepe
    T Pepe
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Another great little dune hopper! The suspension is quite a challenge to get used to. Could we see a three-wheeled variant? Something like a Vanderhall Venice?
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