One more thing - a three-way catalytic converter of some sort should be mandatory, and to enforce this, the 98 RON fuel we are using should be of the unleaded sort (not the leaded form that is incompatible with catalytic converters).
Are these cars being judged solely on stats alone or will these actually be driven in BeamNG?
Would it be appropriate to make the car look like it’s been modded previously?
(i.e, its made to look like a previous owner added/changed certain parts?)
One of the example cars was only made between 1968–1972, the Skyline GT C10… I appreciate the inclusion of a classic car, but your examples might not match what your requirements ask.
Trim year is different to model year, trim will allow you 1994 tech even if you have an older car.
is 95 also fine? bc my engine is older and i only have 95 in my era? or engine Trim also 94?
Stats alone, not planning to do BeamNG session as some people don’t have BeamNG and that give some disadvantage.
98 RON is fine but highly recommending use 98 RON and as for the engine trim, i’ve decided to drop the trim year requirement since some people said they don’t wanted basic 80’s safety in their 1967 car.
Would a pre '74 car with a post '74 engine swapped in require a cat or no?
Yes it is required to have one.
Thank you so much for putting in those Eurobeat mixes. I often listen to music while working on cars but listening to Eurobeat while designing a car feels like you’re ascending to another plane of existence.
i just noticed a thing
98RON fuel unlocks in 1985
cars after '74 are required to have a catalytic converter (thus unleaded fuel)
which fuel is supposed to be used, if leaded 98 is meant for “older” cars, but unleaded 98 is not available due to causality in the ruleset?
Does the vehicle have to be pre-modified?
i do believe that is how this challenge goes, considering the previous high noon related challenge worked like this (plus details like the 98 RON fuel or lenient restrictions on a lot of things)
Ah, was gonna try a 316i/MB C180 equivalent but that won’t go out well but tuned
Tokyo, One sunday evening in 1994.
An owner decided to snag a brand new Schnell N50 LSi off the lot. He modified the car, including the engine from a wrecked N60 And tuned the engine, giving it aftermarket parts, and a DOHC Swap, including a set of brand new fresh CWS Rims and sporting tires.
Unfortunately for him, his wife decided that his upcoming kids were arriving in a few months and needed a Kei car because his N50 had a 4.2 engine straight out of an N60 and the fact the car was not cheap to tax in the first place with the LSi package, making his taxes stupidly high and he needed to sell the car before more happened to his finances.
Long Tubular exhaust
Titanium exhaust (insert titanium song)
Schnell M42 4.2L Injected (N60 Engine)
And more, you’d just need to know. only if you could
So you need a car for touge eh?
look no further than this modified Lance Mover.
Starting off life as a luxury cabover style minivan it has been modified into a road-going weapon, with fat semi-slicks, over 350hp, weight reduction and a general overhaul it will destroy your average 180sx, fast and functional is the name of the game.
making good use of its awd and large capacity it can even work as a support vehicle on the worst of off days, being able of carrying multiple engines and wheel-tire sets alongside a small crew.