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Discussion in 'Land' started by Stoat Muldoon, Jul 10, 2018.
sad i can't use this now, beam broke the game for me, with every car
Just delete your cache files and verify integrity of your BeamNG on steam.
i did, i just ended up de-activating the mod, and it made everything work normally? logics
id have to to assume, a mod conflict or the download failed something somewhere.
(if that makes sense)
whats anoying it seems my wheels on i think all cars, have been put back to stock :/
Edit: NVM its working, I think one of my automation cars died.
Deform tweaks looking good!
Sick mod, not every day you get a nice high quality mod for Beam. Just a few things.
I feel as if this is a more realistic max RPM value;
//max rpm physically capable of
Bone stock 440's start valve float at around 6k
Also, not sure if it's been answered but, any chance you'll be adding the Torqueflite 727 auto trans?
make this a config plz
My dad has a 70 r/t
Also, can I upload this supercharger as a config only mod?
Man this thing tackles stairs better than anything this side of an elevator! Where have I been all my life without this car?
Do you struggle to get up the stairs? Do you hate having to go up and down countless steps for minutes every day when you could do it in just a few seconds? Do you hate having people all around you, laughing at you struggling to get your out-of-shape and possibly fat self up the stairs, or trying not to roll down them?
Then you need a Dodge Coronet! It tackles stairs better than anything else (except an elevator!).
Not only stairs OUTSIDE:
But even stairs Inside too!!!
Come in, dealers are waiting, drive one (up or down stairs at your) home today!
P.S. Awesome car, I love 'hate tanks'!
Sorry, missed this post. Haven't seen you around in a fair while East.
Yeah the engine is generally pretty inaccurate, more than just the rev limiter and such. It needs a proper rework, need to find some good comprehensive, non conflicting reference material for the 440 Magnum RB. I'll be doing that along with the new race engine.
There seems to be a lot of demand for auto transmissions. I've had a number of people ask an originally no it wasn't planned, as I would need to make some fairly significant interior additions (either a column shifter+bench seat or a center console) but enough people seem to want it that I guess I'd have to look into it.
whats going on with the speedometer?
I still lurk around in the shadows... While I can't offer a full torque curve I can tell you that a stock 440 in 1970 had a peak torque of 480 @ 3200rpm and a peak hp figure of 350 @ 4400rpm. The A727 was and still is very popular with hot rodders because they're pretty tough, easily built and have pretty good gearing gearing for 1/4 mile passes.
I have a service manual from 69 for B, and A body Dodges if you want good reference material
If it has detailed statistics for the 440 RB, including torque and power curves, weights, rpm, features etc then sure.
Look what I found, torque curve of a 440 magnum that was put on an engine dyno. Although it does have a cam but I think this may be as close as you'll find to a stock torque curve.
david freiburger's superbee. Nice!
Been doing a bunch of research including on that link, and I've come up with this:
No more rev limiter, flat top to the torque curve. Peak torque (462ft/lbs) at ~3500RPM, peak HP (352bhp) at 4500RPM. Apparently the official 480ft/lbs is a 'gross' figure so the engine was measured with no exhaust or anything on the aux belt. I've tried to take that into account using intake and exhaust modifiers for the torque curve. Still need to do some other nitty-gritty stuff like oil/coolant volume, thermals, inertia, friction etc etc. But so far I think I'm headed in the right direction.
Those numbers seem too high. This site seems to suggest the 1971 6-pack 440 made about 330 HP net, and the 4-barrel 440 made about 305 HP net, which seem about right for engines of the time (very similar to 454 chevy engines). Of course, some small amount of detuning took place between 1970 and 1971, but those power figures are probably very close.