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1963 Gavril Bluebuck

Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Jan 28, 2013.

  1. FLyInG 2 YoUr SoUL

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    Seats and engine bay accessories are pretty much ornamental props, and the issue is present on all vehicles in about equal measure.

    Secondary elements are not structured to keep Jbeam density as low as possible.
     
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  2. Belvedere58

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    Thanks, that was extremely helpful.

    I hope at some point they figure out a way to do it that doesn't overly tax the models from a Jbeam density standpoint.

    Same thing with grass just appearing in the interior as you drive through a field...all of this snaps you out of the simulation.
     
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  3. YellowRusty

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    To be honest, I do hope that air intakes and radiators do eventually become jbeamed parts. Those are the only two items that really seem to poke through deformed hoods with any frequency, and damage to them directly impacts vehicle performance anyway - ripping one off in a wreck would probably lead to some interesting problems.
     
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  4. RecklessRodeo

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    Could the devs add breakable engines? Ya know, like everything from the intake to the battery would fall off independently. It would be also useful in junkyards if career has those.
     
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  5. Driv3r1142

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    The stuff in the engine bay should be JBeamed honestly, or at the very least given beams that when deformed do something... Many of the components that are modeled, when broken, do directly and noticeably affect the drivability of the vehicle, sometimes making it completely undrivable, even before the engine is completely broken.
     
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  6. default0.0player

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    Tachometers are for automatics, what?
     
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  7. Capkirk

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    That's actually not unusual for classic cars. Tachometers were considered a luxury, and so were automatic transmissions. So a lot of trims ended up with both or neither.
     
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  8. Theodore The Class B20

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    Hype train for bluebuck has long since arrived, please transfer to the following hype trains:
    Hype train for Soliad Wendover
     
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  9. EruptionTyphlosion

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    They just said that the next car will NOT be the Soliad Wendover.
     
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  10. Cool12345

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    Where?
    --- Post updated ---
    Can you give me a link, just want to see.
     
  11. carlover416

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    Right here
     
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  12. EruptionTyphlosion

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  13. ManfredE3

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    Maybe he just isn't hyped for the mystery car
     
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  14. mhikari

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    You know....it's super normal for AT cars to have a Tachometer (As far as I know , go all the way back to 80s(that I hadn't born) , 90s(my best years) , 00s(thing starts go down hill) ,.10s(now) and 20s(next year's model)
    I'm more surprised about MT cars have one.
     
  15. combatwombat96

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    the 1968 Holden HK Monaro GTS 327 had console mounted tacho, a very useless place to put it unless the car was placed on train tracks so you don't need to look at the road
     
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  16. btcb48

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    Was checking out a collection of vintage brochures, for sale listings, and automobile-catalog for a while so...
    • An optional column mounted tach would make sense on certain models.
    • Factory tire sizes are too narrow and lacking in overall tire diameter compared to the full-sizers of the era. Wheel sizes are correct though. Those old tires look like pool floats sometimes...
    Some parts of the tire sizing issue apply to the Barstow too.
     
  17. combatwombat96

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    They have the new larger tires yet it is not used in any config for some odd reason, those tire are much better suited to car instead of those puny little ones that are more fitting for the barstow
     
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