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#102

We know about the current random crash issue. The issue is deep in UE4 that we have been working with Epic trying to solve it for the last 2 months.

The main issue with this crash is we cannot replicate it in house. Some people get afflicted by it really badly. Others never see it (unfortunately like us). From that data I have gathered, it seems to affect about 3% of Play Sessions.

Back in Early November, I did send out an email to all people who had bug reported it and provided an email address in the Bug report. Thanking them for reporting the issue, and explaining that we are working on it.

In the UE4 Open Beta Discussion Thread had also several back and forths with @Radializer who also gets this issue, building a specific version to try and log and pin point the issue.

I am working on the issue, I am also working on the rest of the game as well. And try to progress with the issue as we get more data on it.


#103

Thank you and sorry Zeussy.


#104

Sorry, double post again, but if I just edited the post I don’t think the thread would bump. Correct me if I’m wrong.

2018 Aurora Nightfire



(Only one trim for now, since this is for the official design competition. The pictures above are scrapped submissions for Category R, because the images were too small.)

An engine from Nakamura tuned by Nitrex on a chassis and body made by Aurora.
What could possibly go wrong?

Specs:

Engine, Drivetrain

5.5 liter twin-turbocharged 90 degree V10
906 hp
685 ft-lb
8300 rpm limit
634.8 PI (Performance Index)
19.8% fuel economy
95 RON fuel (Premium)
70.8 reliability
61.9 noise (loudness)
Mid-longitudinal AWD (20/80 F/R split), electric LSD
7 speed DCT

Chassis, Body, Suspension, Wheels/Tyres, Brakes

Carbon fibre monocoque chassis
Fully clad undertray
Carbon fibre panels
Pushrod front & rear suspension
Active Sport springs, Semi Active dampers
Sports compound tyres (325mm in front, 345mm rear), 725mm diameter
20 inch carbon fibre rims
400mm carbon ceramic 6 piston brakes front, 350mm carbon ceramic 6 piston brakes rear
75 pad type
50/50 brake bias (I have no clue how to balance brakes)

Interior, Assists, Safety

2 seats
Luxury interior + luxury infotainment
Electric variable power steering
ESC and all below
Advanced 10s safety

Basic Statistics

65 reliability
3551 lbs
$155250
$7913 service costs
19.4 mpg city 26.7 mpg highway
Cruises at 3366 rpm (average)
0 L of cargo space (bug? it has space for a front trunk)

Performance Statistics

0-60 in 2.3 seconds
Top speed of 231 mph
60-0 in 26.6 m
1.16 g in 20m corner
1.14 g in 200m corner

EDIT: It seems editing does bump. Here’s another supercar. Ask me if you want more stats.

1998 Toro Avventato 612-S



All you need to know is that it has a 6 liter 575 hp V12, 6 speed manual, and RWD.
It does 0-60 in 3.2 seconds and tops out at 223 mph.


#105

Neat perfs. My hypercar entry for the competition only reaches 218mph with 850hp. Then again it’s probably more track focused.


#106

Why did you choke it? Hypercars don’t care about fuel consumption


#107

It’s has SOHC so that’s all I can get from it. No idea why, but 575 hp seems to be more than enough
Nevermind, just checked, it’s DOHC. Regardless, I can only squeeze out 575 before it knocks.


#108

20 years ago, such power outputs would have been very competitive indeed… Today, it feels like a purist’s wet dream.

Edit: the specific output is actually quite high for its time.


#109

Strange. I’m certain you can get more than 100hp of specific output from that engine


#110

when you say “can’t get any more power before it knocks”, does that mean “mix at the richest setting right before it loses power again, ignition timing at 100, cam profile at 100, long tubular exhaust headers, performance intake with ITB, and max up the compression until it explodes”? If not, you can still add power.

But hey.

To compare this to the real world, the first gen Lamborghini Murcielago made 580hp out of a 6.2L V12 and that was in 2001, not 1998 so eh.


#112

(Sorry about the double post, accidentally posted before finishing.)

1990 Ronin Ryujin



Kept you waiting, huh?

The Ryujin always tried to be different, from its leftmost taillight acting like a gas cap to its quad vertical exhaust pipes. Its most unique quirk was its knack for breaking down.

Specs:

GT

Engine, Drivetrain

3 liter naturally aspirated 60 degree V6
255 hp
205 ft-lb
7500 rpm limit
178.6 PI (Performance Index)
16.5% fuel economy
95 RON fuel (Premium)
50.6 reliability
41.6 noise (loudness)
Mid-longitudinal RWD, geared LSD
5 speed manual

Chassis, Body, Suspension, Wheels/Tyres, Brakes

Corrosion resistant steel chassis
No undertray
Aluminum panels
Pushrod front & rear suspension
Standard springs, Adaptive dampers
Sports compound tyres (195mm in front, 265mm rear) 670mm diameter
18 inch alloy rims
310mm vented 2 piston brakes front and rear
50 pad type
50/50 brake bias (I have no clue how to balance brakes)

Interior, Assists, Safety

2 seats
Sport interior + standard cassette
Hydraulic power steering
ABS, no TC
Advanced 90s safety

Basic Statistics

66 reliability
2388 lbs
$20680 MSRP
$2078 service costs
18.2 mpg city 25 mpg highway
Cruises at 1966 rpm (average)
278 L of cargo space

Performance Statistics

0-60 in 4.8 seconds
Top speed of 150 mph
60-0 in 29.8 m
1.12 g in 20m corner
1.10 g in 200m corner

GTS

Engine, Drivetrain

3 liter twin-turbocharged 60 degree V6
294 hp
250 ft-lb
7500 rpm limit
210.9 PI (Performance Index)
16.1% fuel economy
95 RON fuel (Premium)
54.6 reliability
27.1 noise (loudness)
Mid-longitudinal RWD, geared LSD
5 speed manual

Chassis, Body, Suspension, Wheels/Tyres, Brakes

Corrosion resistant steel chassis
No undertray
Aluminum panels
Pushrod front & rear suspension
Standard springs, Adaptive dampers
Sports compound tyres (195mm in front, 265mm rear) 670mm diameter
18 inch alloy rims
310mm vented 2 piston brakes front and rear
50 pad type
50/50 brake bias (I have no clue how to balance brakes)

Interior, Assists, Safety

2 seats
Sport interior + standard cassette
Hydraulic power steering
ABS, no TC
Advanced 90s safety

Basic Statistics

64.1 reliability
2477 lbs
$21010 MSRP
$2200 service costs
19 mpg city 25.8 mpg highway
Cruises at 2603 rpm (average)
278 L of cargo space

Performance Statistics

0-60 in 4.2 seconds
Top speed of 156 mph
60-0 in 29.9 m
1.12 g in 20m corner
1.10 g in 200m corner

Midnight Turbo

Engine, Drivetrain

3.5 liter twin-turbocharged 90 degree V8
383 hp
322 ft-lb
7500 rpm limit
273 PI (Performance Index)
15.3% fuel economy
95 RON fuel (Premium)
50.6 reliability
32.3 noise (loudness)
Mid-longitudinal RWD, geared LSD
5 speed manual

Chassis, Body, Suspension, Wheels/Tyres, Brakes

Corrosion resistant steel chassis
No undertray
Aluminum panels
Pushrod front & rear suspension
Standard springs, Adaptive dampers
Sports compound tyres (220mm in front, 305mm rear) 670mm diameter
18 inch magnesium rims
310mm vented 3 piston brakes front and rear
50 pad type
50/50 brake bias (I have no clue how to balance brakes)

Interior, Assists, Safety

2 seats
Sport interior + premium cassette
Hydraulic power steering
ABS + TC
Advanced 90s safety

Basic Statistics

61.5 reliability
2603 lbs
$28080 MSRP
$2924 service costs
14.5 mpg city 19 mpg highway
Cruises at 2351 rpm (average)
278 L of cargo space

Performance Statistics

0-60 in 3.7 seconds
Top speed of 159 mph
60-0 in 29.0 m
1.15 g in 20m corner
1.18 g in 200m corner