Hey guys !
This is the 2nd ‘Tune the Ryota’ Contest. This time with the Sharpshooter ! This time its not just customizing. You’ll have to make a car for the production. Just like that . Concept → Production car.
Customize the car , and the best one will win.
Don’t make a completely other car out of it! You should be able to see that it is still a Sharpshooter.
Don’t edit or post twice!
How do i have to post my result?
- Upload Pictures of you car. front view and rear view are the most important ones. You can post as many pics as you want aswell.
-Upload your car Platform. You can find it here : C:\Users*Your Username*\Documents\Automation\Platforms then search for ex. ’ Ryota Sharpshooter.lua ’ and upload it
If you should win , you’ll get a PRIZE !
1st: You will get an Origin-Key for Burnout Paradise Ultimate box PC + your car into the official Ryota Thread + unreleased Ryota. (If you don’t have an Origin-Account , just make a new one and activate the game!)
2nd: You will get your car into the official Ryota Thread + unrealeased Ryota.
3rd: You will get an unreleased Ryota.
Additional information and help
End of the contest : 1st April 2014 [Date may change during the contest]
How to upload a file (your Ryota for ex.) Scroll down to the options bar.
just customize the platform . [size=50]but if you want you can also make your own engine[/size]
Bodyshell editing not recommented. because you have to start a completely new car then.
Nuff’ said. here are some pics!
If you’re still having questions , just ask here , in the threat.
platform file : Put it into - C:\Users*Your username*\Documents\Automation\Platforms
Ryota Sharpshooter Concept - Rev - 0.lua (24 KB)
This is my version of the Sharpshooter, based on today’s market:
The major changes were on the front end; I tried my best to keep the sporty look of the concept, but adding some simplicity as well.
In the back, the changes were not as big as in the front; The lights were changed for something easier to produce, and the result is very good. In the low part of the back fender, a dual exhaust was added:
I hope you liked it!
Ryota Sharpshooter - Rev - 1.lua (22.3 KB)
Well done ! At least it looks better than all these audis etc
I also made an engine for it: It’s a 2.4 aspirated engine, with direct injection and 173 HP. It’s small, but can still compete with other medium sized sedans like the Audi A4 and the BMW 3 Series:
HGE-1Rev1.lua (41.9 KB)
Here is my submission, the “pissed” off concept.
Top file is the model, bottom is the platform.
Ryota Sharpshooter Concept.lua (76 KB)
Ryota Sharpshooter Concept - Rev - 1.lua (21.5 KB)
Nice and interesting design!
Ive alway had trouble with the back of these bodys, there so fat and bloated, lol.
Very cool design Razyx! It looks sharp and sporty. Great work
That was really nice! I loved that car
Alright, here’s my attempt! I know not all of you will like it but i don’t expect to win anyway, i do it mostly for fun
I didn’t know exactly what engine to put in there, but since it’s about the body rework i figured it can’t be wrong in any case. So i put a beefy 2.5L I4T in there with nice torque and great efficiency:
the result is this:
So it does 0-60 in 6.1 secs and it does 35.7mpg if anyone was wondering what that fuel consumption is in mpg.
I’m done and i hope you like it
Wow dat rear lights are incredible! I always loved you LED work ^^ good job
I loved the front of your car, dude!
thanks to both of you ^^ those tail lights were quite a bit of work, as you can imagine
It’s a risky design.
Centauri Performance Vehicles (CPV) would like to enter it’s bid.
We saw this design as a contender to the mid-sized luxury class and have outfitted it appropriately.
Included is a very smooth and quiet 7.5 liter v8 power plant.
Ryota Sharpshooter CPV.lua
7.5L XP 16V OHVRev0.lua
Ryota Sharpshooter CPV - Rev - 0.lua
WTF?! 7.4 Liter V8 engine? That must be a gas guzzler!
Actually I mislabeled it, I had revised it slightly and forgotten it’s a 7.5 liters, I’ve edited my post to reflect to reflect the actually displacement. Yes it’s a bit of a hog, it’s quoted in that car as 14mpg. I’ve revised that engine a bit and discovered I could have gotten up to 18mpg while keeping the 200mph speed, but that would be too much editing for this contest.