Cancelled Ibishu Aria

Discussion in 'Land' started by Re:Z_IA, Jul 17, 2018.

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  1. shade-S

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    that wasn't something you are supposed to agree with, so why agree with it??? he is saying its not a kei truck, he isn't saying "those are good ideas," therefore you don't agree for no reason
     
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  2. ludo-A113

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    i think i had a stroke on that post
     
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  3. SebastianJDM

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    sliding rear doors could be pretty realistic of a kei car of this style. these types of kei vehicles tend to favor capability and functionality, something these cars wouldn't normally have much of, over other things. that means awd, sliding doors, a big liftgate with a spacious rear, and a decent ride height.
     
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  4. fivedollarlamp

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    r/ihadastroke
     
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  5. ludo-A113

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  6. Mr. Whiskers

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    Maby a wankel engine with one rotor?
     
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  7. SebastianJDM

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    could be an interesting stock engine, but the mod creator isn't going that direction. a really smooth two-rotor would be a nice swap though imo, a single rotor just won't achieve the power levels required to make the swap worth it.
     
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  8. Mr. Whiskers

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    o i thought a unique car requires a unique engine so thats why the 1 rotor
     
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    Good work, i like it :)
     
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    Are You Working On It Now? Not To Interrupt If You Are! :D
     
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    Stop being greedy and wait
     
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    lol what? they aren't even asking for it
     
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  13. Re:Z_IA

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    I’m prioritizing the (now more involved) hotfix for the Kashira, but yes, I am still working on the Aria.
     
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  14. BannedByAndroid

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    I love how your work keeps getting better.
    Nice.
     
  15. GotNoSable!

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    Yeah but a one-rotor runs really rough and produces no (And I repeat, NO) low end torque.
     
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  16. Mr. Whiskers

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    maby a little tiny turbo for low end torque? i thought that the rubber bushings took care of the engine vibrations, and i still think its quite a neat engine idea =D
     
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  17. GotNoSable!

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    sigh Turbos add HIGH RPM power, not low end torque. That's a job for a supercharger.
    Only reason Diesels on transfer trucks got 'em is because they barely rev in the first place.
     
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    smaller turbos spool up quicker so they're used a lot to make low end power higher, see sequential turbos, where smaller ones are used to give power before the big one spools up at high rpms, but you're not wrong since supercharges are a way more common for bumping low end torque, like in the nissan superturbo for example
     
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  19. SlowCreepyDeepy

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    Not necessarily. Isn't the primary benefit of a turbocharger over a supercharger that it is much more adjustable for low or high-end boost? Large Deisels don't rev high at all, so by your logic it would be pointless to put a turbocharger on an engine with a low RPM limit, because it wouldn't do anything.

    Moreover, the primary reason that so many cars use turbochargers to increase their fuel economy is because turbochargers can be tuned for optimum power to be at cruising speed RPM, which is usually around 2000-3000, sitting in the mid to low end of the RPM range on most vehicles.

    That being said, as far as the original idea of using a small turbocharger to increase the low end torque of a single rotor engine, I don't know whether or not that would work, as I don't have any knowledge of how forced induction works on rotaries, particularly single rotors. I do agree, however, that a supercharger would likely be more beneficial in this particular case.
     
  20. SebastianJDM

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    the issue is that the engine is so small that it would have trouble pumping enough exhaust gases into the turbo at lower rpms. that's one reason large diesel engines are able to get turbo spooling at something like 1200 rpm, there's so much exhaust gas just flowing endlessly into the turbo from a monster sized engine. kei cars just have laggy turbos and, for now, it's just something they have to deal with unfortunately.
     
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