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Discussion in 'Land' started by Green ︻┳デ═—, Nov 23, 2018.
i just did so i will see what happens
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Some technical problems But we are back. The most recent file disappeared so we are working from older files. Basically just doing what we already did. So it should not be too much of a headache. Thank you for showing interest, it really motivated me to keep this project alive.
I wish I knew how to mod. I would totally help out. This is awesome!
Glad to see that you are still working on this
Hi, it looks amazing, when is it going to be available?
Can you make it without supercharger, or better without V8 (I dont like supercharger and V8)
"I don't like something therefore the mod creator should change a vital part of the mod to fit my image."
i think only ONE
config without V8
You're fucked in the head if you don't want a blown V8 powered slingshot dragster. What's supposed to power it otherwise? A RB26 or 2JZ fanboy motor? I think the fuck not buckaroo.
twin turbo inline 7 diesel bruh
vro that sounds awesome.
but yeah i agree this has to be a v8, although it would be funny to have a config with a gutless 4 cylinder just for the memes lol.
"the v8 went into a 200BX, and we weren't sure what else to do with the 2.0L after we ripped it out..."
Iam fan of I5 and VR6 3.6l (I think in this dragster can be 6.0l turbo diesel V8 because Torque)
do you even know the point of these drag cars?
Well, there ARE diesel drag cars but they aren't really popular, but they are definitely a sight to behold
A slingshot dragster is unstable enough in its typical configuration with a blown big block, let alone a diesel V8 with likely more front end weight and potentially boatloads more torque, as well.
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A rear-engine dragster would be more practical for a diesel, or better yet, just keep in the truck...
My god if you put this mode online one day, You will make thousands of happy gamers ;-)
Just posting to show my support, I'd love a proper Top Fuel in BeamNG!
As far as I'm concerned an I7 engine is none existing, might be wrong but I've never heard of them.
there is such thing as a straight-seven (inline-7) engine, but it is not very common. Most common in European diesel engines in high capacity vehicles and some submarine use.