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Discussion in 'Automation' started by Xelerate, Jun 16, 2018.
1971 Oxford 1500, FWD economy saloon for the British market.
It’s doing this because we need Watts Links in Automation. Without them, live axles like to dance around WAAAY too much at the remote suggestion of torque.
Tires are also problem, that wide semi-slicks start to shake quite badly, nodes in tires are heavy and beam spring values don't work that well on them, but of course this is very extreme vehicle and quite far from production vehicle.
That jbeam of bed is also quite soft, watts link might help some, but I think there is more that needs reinforcing for that jbeam to be able to cope with all that power. 5l V16 that has over 530hp while whole car weights about 1300kg, it is quite lot to ask from exporter I guess
Here's the updated base model
Feels quite improved. The spacing is good, with a little amount of wheelspin. The suspension feels good, but the rear is quite bouncy, and there's a little more room for reducing understeer. Brakes are good. The logo at the rear and the mirrors are better. All that said, you choose a layout that tipically have bad handling characteristics (longituginal fwd) but is cheap to produce, so having a good handling is your merit.
I wonder if this is even somewhere there? Attempts to be 1993 ZR1
Exhaust is wrong and badge from front fenders is missing, reversing lights refused to get anything more than floating at the surface, maybe that is limitation of how fixtures work in AM.
1977-81 Wolfson Taro. Includes Wagon, Sedan, Liftback, 2+2 Fastback, Coupe, Ute, and Van
Jupiter JD-12, this one is a concept and the look won't be the same on the released version.
I uploaded my car before finding this topic. Before I change anything I would like to hear pros and cons about car's driving, performance and desing. Your opinions will change my coming other cars positively. Thanks in advance for your interest.
Sadly i cant post pics of it as i dont have pics of the car but please feel free to try it and give feedback
I did quick test drive.
It has the looks, it has the sound and that is already half a win!
Areas to improve would be making turn signals to work, you need to choose orange material to some bulbs, also it does understeer quite a bit, damping felt kind bouncy while it did not have much of bodyroll that I could of notice, maybe balance of antirollbars, springs and dampers needs further tuning.
It is very easy to drive, quite well planted, like real thing, but I think it could use bit less understeer, I think that was greatest thing.
Brakes like to fade as car needs quite bit of left foot braking to turn:
Looks are on point. Only things to improve are the exhaust tip rings and the abuse of badges at the rear
Exhaust could use a straight pipe, I know it's a confortable saloon, but a little roar can be good for it.
Handling is good, only thing to improve is that it is oversteery at the limit, leading to easily crashing.
Brakes are really good!
Rear kind of reminds me of a R30/R31 Skyline, really good.
Thanks alot for the input i now removed some of the badges from the rear except the turbo badge and the company badge. I also fitted wider tires on the rear wich should make it a bit more understeery. The sound i sadly cant really improve further as its already straight piped maybe i have to make it louder in the files. Another thing the car is actually supposed to be a German Skyline with the rear of a r31 and the front and engine more audi style.
my 4x4 suv vehicle has veen updated with the latest 4wd technology.
the updated version is here.
hit those rocks and moutains
All-new car brand called Yasuda.
MVC Saturn 20 and 25 sporty small sedans like the Skoda Octavia vRS or Honda civic. Please provide feedback of it. Also short notice the 25 can be a handfull to drive!
The 1982 EKW Piper, a reliable, cheap and cheerful sedan from Germany.
Can't post pictures of something not yet made, but once the AB car comes out, I'm making a new retro version of it.