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I’m not surprised by that. Even my A14NET/LUV in my itty bitty Sonic Turbo runs 15psi stock.

A far cry from mid 80’s IHI Subaru/Mitsubishi turbos that were in the 7.7-8.7 range.


2014 Corvette Stingray LT1 Engine
Engine 6.2L V8 OHV 16-valve
HP (hp@rpm) 455 @ 6500
Torque (lb.ft@rpm) 460 @ 4500
It is an all-aluminum design which, while still a pushrod engine, boasts variable valve timing. The system adjusts both intake and exhaust timing between two settings. This engine reported to generate 450 bhp (340 kW) on gasoline via direct fuel injection, increased compression ratio to 11.5:1, and a modified engine controller.

And a Tuned version 600hp and 100 reliability.
LT1 6.2 OHV GDiRev0.lua (44.4 KB)
LT1 6.2 OHV GDi tuned 600Rev2.lua (43.8 KB)


The LS7 is a 7,008 cc (7.008 L; 427.7 cu in) engine, based on the Gen IV architecture. The block is changed, with sleeved cylinders and a larger 4.125in (104.775mm) bore and longer 4.00in (101.6mm) stroke than the LS2. The small-block’s 4.4 in (110 mm) bore spacing is retained, requiring pressed-in cylinder liners. The crankshaft and main bearing caps are forged steel for durability, the connecting rods are forged titanium, and the pistons are hypereutectic. The two-valve arrangement is retained, though the titanium intake valves by Del West have grown to 2.20 in (56 mm) and sodium-filled exhaust valves are up to 1.61 in (41 mm).

Peak output is 505 hp (377 kW) at 6300 rpm and 474 lb·ft (640 N·m) at 4800 rpm with a 7100 rpm redline During GM’s reliability testing of this engine in its prototype phase, the LS7 was remarked to have been repeatedly tested to be 8000 rpm capable, although power was not recorded at that rpm level, due to the constraints of the camshaft’s hydraulic lifters and the intake manifold ability to flow required air at that engine speed.

Z06 LS7 engineRev0.lua (43.8 KB)


And now… the recreation NOBODY wanted…

The Chrysler 2.2L straight-4, in this case the 1984 carbureted version:


BMW S65B40 (M3 E92 V8, 2007)
AlSi Block
Aluminum Head
92mm Cylinder
75.4mm Stroke (Should be 75)
Compression 12.0
Readline 8400
421 hp @ 8000 (Should be 420)
394 nm@ 6900 (Should be 400 @ 4000-6000)
Still not close enough to the real thing, but that’s as close as I can get.


I’m a Ford man myself, but I figured this would be an easy first job.
For you Holden (GM from Australia)…I mean Nissan… fans out there:
RB30ET as installed in the VL Calais turbo (VL Commodore with comfy seats and pop-up head lights)
85mm bore / 86mm stroke - Inline 6
Bosch Jetronic EFI
Garrett T4 or some such puffer
Figures I found say 290NM @ 3200, 150KW @ 5600. Had to fit a “performance” intake to get anywhere near the figures. Made the assumption that being Japanese Tech, it’d be an 18V head…

Updated for latest open beta build (July 2016)

Aaaaand… because someone asked me to, a 1970 454 LS5… plus, I couldn’t find one already done

stm316 - GMC Chev 454.zip (105.4 KB)

Ford 4.1L EFI from 1984. Factory 111.8KW (150hp) @ 4000, it keeps breathing until 4500, but torque is spot-on.

stm316 - Ford I6 250 P 12.zip (89.7 KB)


suggestion, 4.0 liter power tech inline 6 as seen in the 2003 grand cherokee


[quote=“shawa666”][quote=“Brorad”]I have done a few BMW engines but am having issues with screen shots it causes the game to crash.
so far i have done the M/S60 series of engines. From the smallest M60B30 to the S62B50 and even the Ascari version of this engine. only issue with the Ascari is it is a dry sump engine.
will post screen shots as soon as i can.
i have also done the full M10 series of 4 cyls but am having issues getting the numbers right on the M10 (M31) from the 2002 Turbo.[/quote]

Ever tried the M12/13?[/quote]
That would be the pinnacle of turbo engine technology. If ya wanna give it a try, here are the specs of the basic M10 - M115 engine: enginerebuilding.eu/bmw/bmw- … 499cc.html


Noob here :slight_smile:

These are the engines that I’ve somewhat successfully replicate so far
SR20DET - Silvia S15 (Don’t know the standard boost rate)
4A-GE 20V (Black Top) - Corolla AE111 (Wanted to do 11k RPM but Valve won’t stay green)
RB28DET - Skyline R33 (Originally limited to 295 hp and 261 lb.ft of torque, so this is kinda the spinal tap version)
C32B - NSX-R GT (Not too bad, but the so far, darn thing won’t fit to any of the mid-ship shell)

If anyone knows the correct turbo specs for the SR and RB please let me know :slight_smile: I decided not to bother with economy, reliability and emission because they never match the real ones. The numbers are quite similar though, but with my limited skill and knowledge, I can’t make them identical.

Engine.rar (1.68 MB)


I Remade the Chevy LSX 376 Engine. Which I’m quite pleased with if i do say so myself.

Doctornarfy - Chevy LS 376.zip (74.1 KB)

I Made it in the year 2008, because that’s around the time the Corvette Zr1 was released. It’s an Iron Block, with aluminum Push Rod. I used the Crate engine for reference.
The Compression ratio is the same, the bore and capaticy are exactly the same, and something i’m quite pleased with, i managed to get the fuel octane level to 88, where the site says 87 is the recommended fuel octane. There was no fuel system for reference, because i Looked at the crate engine, so I just threw one on. It’s the slightest bit under powered, but just pretend you got it used, or the climate is different or something. :stuck_out_tongue:


[quote=“VicVictory”]And now… the recreation NOBODY wanted…

The Chrysler 2.2L straight-4, in this case the 1984 carbureted version:


I’d Actually like to download the Chrysler 2.2, if you could make it available XD


[size=150]Lotus 900 Series - 1972 to 1996[/size]

First fitted to the 1972 Jensen-Healey (907) as a 2 litre normally aspirated 16v DOHC. Expanded to 2.2 litres and gained a turbocharger in 1980 (910) and used in the Lotus Esprit until 1996. Regarded as first modern 16v production engine.

This is my attempt at a recreation. :slight_smile:

WMC - Lotus 900 Series.zip (105 KB)


[size=150]BMW M50 (1990-96)[/size]
WMC - M50B20.zip (80.7 KB)WMC - BMW M50.zip (81.4 KB)
Straight Six. Iron block/Aluminium head. TU variant with VVT.

M50B20 B:80mm S:66mm 10.5:1 Comp. 148hp@6000 140 lb/ft@4700

M50B20TUB:80mm S:66mm 11.0:1 Comp. 148hp@4700 140 lb/ft@4200

M50B25 B:84mm S:75mm 10.0:1 Comp. 189hp@5900 181 lb/ft@4700

M50B25TUB:84mm S:75mm 10.5:1 Comp. 189hp@5900 181 lb/ft@4200

M50S30 B:86mm S:85.8mm 10.8:1 Comp 282hp@7000 236 lb/ft@3600


Anyone know of any good sites to help with engine recreation? Ones with accurate, detailed data?


http://www.automobile-catalog.com and common-or-garden Wikipaedia are good starting points.** ford-wiki.com/wiki/Category:Ford_engines** also useful and has links to similar sites for other marques.


[size=125]Don’t mind the artifacting, just have the settings set to the lowest for engine creation.
Also I know 280 is spec, but 300ft/lbs is easy to achieve with this engine and this is the closest I could get to HP and keeping tq @3k.
Turbo specs taken from Corksport turbo upgrade white sheet comparison.




mazdaspeeder, what is wrong with those engines?


If you are talking about the artifacting, it’s from using the lowest possible settings on a laptop.


i use the lowest settings on a laptop and that doesn’t happen for me, you should post it in the support forum, that’s a bit of a problem