WIP Beta released TS67 0.8.1

A lightweight 1960s inspired race car.

  1. iMoD-eX

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    It is an amazing mod, it handles well, has great power, good design, but you've spent a little with the hardness of the suspension, and that causes a lot of vibration and makes
    handling uncomfortable giving a curve or tear, so .. let the suspension a little softer on your next model :), is an amazing mod, keep it
     
  2. Zappymouse

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    Ah darn, was hoping nobody noticed. Yes, it's quite a lot larger than it should be. The rear track of TS67 is 2m when they averaged around 1.8m at the time, so it should scale proportionately with the wheelbase and overall length. Will be fixed in 0.8.

    The suspension is an ongoing thing, and there will be lots of improvements over the coming updates.
     
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  3. ImadPotato

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    When is the next update?:confused: I keep checking if it got updates every lie 2 seconds.
     
  4. Feinstein

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    This is a great mod! I've been waiting for a car like this for a long time.

    This mod is eligible for my mod contest by the way.....
     
  5. Teoman

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    Yes great car but it is scaled larger than the original ones it is almost big as a d-15 and in the next update could you add some racing decals if possible
     
  6. TheCookieGamer62

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    I've fallen in love with this mod. if you look at my profile pic, you'll see that. well done, and for the next update could you add wheel covers. like the ones on the dsc bora
     
  7. Stormdrain

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    No F1's of the day had wheel covers, thats a road car kinda thing
     
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  8. RobertGracie

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    I tweaked the gearbox to give it a 6th gear and it got the top speed up to 260mph but it was extremely unstable at that speed the tyres acted weirdly, there should be a 1970s version of this car with some aero parts on it but man this car is awesome for the 1967 F1 season!
     
  9. Gregory TheGamer

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    In the '60's there were no Turbochargers or 6-Speed Transmissions.
     
  10. conziiplayshd

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    this is a great mod but you could make the tyres a little bit gripper because they spin out when you set of at full revs and maybe put a little bit more detail but you have done an awesome this is one of the best modded vehicles i have used on beamng drive
     
  11. Duv

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  12. machine

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    I see that you're new so there's one thing you should know about mods. Don't always expect high quality damage from mods because that's quite a difficult thing to make. This is already really impressive considering that the whole thing was done in 15 days.
     
  13. RobertGracie

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    With my slight tweak to the gearbox taking it from a 5 speed box to a 6 speed box it gains about 37mph taking the top speed from with the 5 speed at 225mph to 262mph with the 6 speed box yeah I know I am crazy!!!
     
  14. TheCookieGamer62

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    @RobertGracie ive done the same and mine can do 267mp/h. but it then gets really difficult to control. i really love this car and it makes a lot of sense for its original speed, but i love to go fast
     
  15. RobertGracie

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    Yeah its very Twitchy I am wondering if I should add in a 7th gear....
     
  16. Zappymouse

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    0.8 is coming soon with more stable tyres. Wait for the update before tuning for speed. Also, thrusters are on 'g' key.
     
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  17. TheCookieGamer62

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    Adding a 7th gear really wouldn't do much but make the car faster, making it twitchier. I myself have made a few little suspension changes, but it doesn't do very much in the ways of handling and everything else. I think it might just be the lack of aero dynamics that allows the car to become a twitchy speeder...
     
  18. Duv

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    Fair Enough, Thanks for the information ma' man.
     
  19. Zappymouse

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    Zappymouse updated TS67 with a new update entry:

    0.8.1

    Read the rest of this update entry...
     
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  20. RobertGracie

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    The 0.8.1 has definitely improved things its still a pig to get off the line with full throttle but thats because the car shakes from side to side under heavy engine load lighter on the throttle its ideal and the top end is great lovely and silky I added in my infamous 6th gear tweak and its still insanely twitchy at 250mph so for once I removed 6th gear and went back to the 5 speed box at 227 mph its lovely cruises absolutely fine :D
     
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