Am I able to use some extremely large engines for the competition? Like, I’ll probably use a 9.4L V10 engine in a car for the sake of the competition, but I’m afraid that such large engines could be considered “meme builds” because my car is not meant to be a meme build.
If its explained why the engine is that gigantic like, displacement upgrade or something in the lore, then yeah it’s fine
By lore, you mean like Automation Lore Wiki? Because I’m currently making some pages in that wiki, including one about the car specifically.
Edit: So, I’m guessing that lore is like an explanation when posting it, right?
By lore, i mean your own lore lol. You can make up one to explain why it has gigantic V10
The Dawn from Phoenix Motors is the only surviving flat engine manufacturer in the modern world, here with upgraded pistons and conrods in a fully matte black paint job and carbon fibre diffusers and splitters, this bad boy can rip through the streets while being stable at high speeds. It’s a literal stealth machine.
are multiple entries allowed for this? ive been waiting for a challenge like this to come back up and have a few builds i would like to enter.
I would’ve thought this was obvious enough
So, to clarify, does realism also cover things like WES and noise, or do we just go flat out here, without any cat in sight? SVC is also not a priority at all?
Also not sure here, isn’t 95 RON Premium and 98 RON Super?
Same thing, also why would a street racing club cares about emission lol, there’s a reason why there’s no WES in the ruleset
As for svc, I forgor but it’s too late now eh
Launched in late 2023, the Kotatsu Margo FR is a front-engined, rear wheel-driven sports car known for its affordability and the driving excitement it offers. Its twin-turbocharged 3.5L V6 provides 450 horsepowers to the rear wheels, and the limited slip differential makes it work with the 6-speed manual. The liftback design means easy access to the cargo space, and 2 seats means a comfortable amount of cabin space. A simple, affordable toy for the brave to have fun with is what it is, exactly how the customers want it.
Less popular is its all wheel-driven variant, simply titled the Margo. This is because of its considerable hike in price and loss of its “unique driving feel like its 2WD counterpart,” as some reviewers have noted. It does, however, open up the possibilities of realizing some crazy ideas…
KOTATSU MARGO “ROSEMARY”
The Rosemary is one such crazy idea. As the brainchild of the charismatic (and frankly insane) Kotatsu Motors CEO Shuichi Tamano and the genius minds of the MysteryWorks tuning house, it’s made part as a marketing stunt to boost the AWD Margo’s sales and part as the CEO’s personal passion project. For this car, MysteryWorks draws inspiration from works of other aftermarket companies such as Veilside and Abflug, while putting their own unique flair into it. The idea of its simple livery is that the car itself is a rose, beautiful yet prickly, with the silver stripes depicting its thorns.
Still donning the same 3.5L V6, the Rosemary is tuned to deliver 850 horsepowers to all four wheels. Stiffer active suspensions were set to adapt to track changes and quick driver inputs. A bodykit with enough aero trickery to provide adequate downforce while maintaining its look is installed. Semi slick tires (which aren’t cheap) are installed to keep the car on the road as much as possible. A rollcage is installed for the safety of the driver, which adds quite a bit of weight.
Also do not look into the boot they did not install anything in the boot
For no reason, my game crashes when I put Ray Tracing settings on Medium. It didn’t happen before, and just today, I’ve experienced few crashes when attempting to take screenshots. I wonder if someone can take the screenshots of my car for me, because I don’t know why it keeps happening to me.
Edit: I’m trying to make a post about my car I’m gonna use in the competition, but it’s nearly to impossible for me to write a story without the screenshots that I can’t take.
Allure Chiroptera TSS awd
This is a revised version of the subpar performing Chiroptera TS from PAIN. Mistakes were made and lessons were learned. Here, we aim not to disappoint , but to excite.
List of Modifications
- Complete engine rebuild, including lightweight forged internals including conrods and pistons with a CNC billet crank, going from 7,500 redline to 10,000.
- Remapped ECU profile, including much higher compression and using higher quality fuels including far greater fuel-air mixture.
- Custom racing air intakes and softer valve springs and race ignition sparks.
- Catalytic converter and exhaust delete, full custom titanium racing exhaust manifolds and straight pipe.
- Custom cylinder head and block inspection, polishing and refinement.
- Race air cooler system and race-swapped V-mounted radiator system with auxiliary cooling fans for brakes and engine bay compartment.
- Rebuilt race internal clutch plates and gearing system.
- Transmission housing polishing and refinement.
- Complete differential rebuild and forged lightweight driveshaft swap, allowing greater torque send to the rear (from 70% to 75%).
- Reworked transmission computer and gearing for greater top speed, higher gearing and shorter spread.
- Street-legal racing 680mm diameter semi-slick tires with higher-profile rims (from 21" to 19")
- Extremely lightweight forged magnesium rims (from standard alloys)
- Lightweight wheel offset plates for greater track width.
- Racing carbon-ceramic disc brakes with 400mm-diameter and 6 pistons at front, and 380mm-diameter 1 piston at the rear (from standard vented iron discs).
- Custom tuned braking balance for much more emphasis on front braking force.
- Custom molded carbon fiber bodywork parts, including roof, bonnet, front bumper, and rear bumper.
- Complete rear body panel swap with custom-developed carbon fiber panel with rear wheel air exits, spoiler, and lower bumper delete for diffuser.
- Full bonnet carbon fiber panel swap with integrated downforce air duct and air guide strakes with larger engine bay exhaust vents.
- Complete semi-covered underbody rebuild with full carbon-fiber racing underbody venturi tunnels and air guides.
- Front side body panel carbon fiber panel swap with custom-developed front wheel air extractor vents.
- In-house developed rear diffuser bodywork in carbon fiber, developed in conjunction with racing underbody.
- Front body panel swap with custom-developed carbon panel with larger lower side vents and larger underbody front opening for custom splitter.
- Carbon fiber front lip splitter kit with side skirts and rear diffuser - custom molded and developed in-house by Meowgang.
- Carbon fiber top wheel arch covers.
- Carbon fiber wing mirror body housings, body-painted.
- Carbon fiber swan-neck mounted rear wing with Meowgang logo on endplates.
- Custom two-stripe white livery. Aftermarket sponsor stickers on sides.
- Alcantara-covered custom molded plush-padded carbon seats.
- Alcantara clad steering wheel.
- Rear seatbelt system delete.
- 600HP Inline-6 NA (vs 270HP)
- 2.3s 0-60mph (3.8s)
- 225mph Top Speed (vs 195mph)
- 9.3s 1/4mi (vs 12.2s)
- 1.46G 20m cornering (vs 1.00G)
- 1.67G 200m cornering (vs 0.93G)
- 6:29.42 claimed Nurburgring Time (vs 8:18.26)
- 1,111kg kerb weight (vs 1,311kg)
- 75R/25F AWD torque distribution (vs 70R/30F)
Pics + Story
This 2009 Homada Boka 2.0 SE was originally built as a show car, but the owner was not letting this beast sit in his garage.
Having knowledge of the street racing scene due to having some friends involved, he decided to give it a shot as well.
And thanks to the extensive list of modifications, the owner found great success in these races - Leading the owner to search for greater competition.
Whispers of HNC started to surface as the owner climbed the ranks of street racing, and as such, that would be his next goal.
…And so, he set to work on joining the elite.