305 V8 1.0

305 V8 for the moonhawk based off a 1983 Chevrolet 305 L69 H.O. V8.

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  1. Fearless247
    This is a 305ci push-rod style V8 engine for the Moonhawk, it was based off the 1983 Chevrolet 305 L69 H.O. V8. I tried to follow the specs sheet as closely as possible so this engine could be as realistic as possible. it produces a 190hp and 240ft-lbs of torque. It works great with all the addons like superchargers and nitrous, and has a great sound which I got from automation. (uses default V8 engine model as I have no clue how to model, this is my first mod I've released to the public.)


    Hey, I make mods for Beamng in my spare time, if you like my work, feel free to buy me a coffee lol. Nah for real, I don't do this for money just have this in-case y'all feeling generous. Peace.
    https://www.paypal.me/fearless247

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Recent Reviews

  1. Fracturedsoup
    Fracturedsoup
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    great engine, would like in the barstow and D-series too
  2. PriusRepellent
    PriusRepellent
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    The D-Series would be a better fit for this engine.
  3. Hartmut Oberlander
    Hartmut Oberlander
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Absolute great engine with awesome sound! I tuned it with the Stage 2 Block and the DCOE Carburetor. Maybe not a beast, but it´s enough power to cruise around. Love it! As a suggestion, maybe something like a 5.9 liter Cummins 12V for the D-Series? And an option to make the Engines Universal for every car if thats possible?
  4. ticker126
    ticker126
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    I own a 82 chevy k10 with a 305 and can confirm the specs are close. lmaooo!
  5. Noah271
    Noah271
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Sounds Great, Good job dude.
    1. Fearless247
  6. thegaming11
    thegaming11
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    how do you make engines and make it work for beamng?
    1. Fearless247
      Author's Response
      You have to edit the .jbeam file with notepad++ or similar program, modify the torque variables, change rev limits, change temp and damage threshold values, change friction values, and finally slot types. And after you do all that put it in a zip file with the following directory. (Mod name)/common/(name of car you are modding)/ and your engine jbeam file. And make sure to put the sound file in the root of the zip with the common folder or else you will not have sound.
  7. R.U.S.S.E.L.L.
    R.U.S.S.E.L.L.
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    Great job, dude.
    I'd be very thankful if you port as much automation engines as possible, especially I6 and V12 for ETK i-series.
    1. Fearless247
      Author's Response
      Thanks, I'm glad you liked it. I have 2 more mods waiting to go up, a 460v8 for the pickup and barstow, and a 2jz clone for the 200bx. They are in verification so they should be up soon, I'll port the 2jz clone to the I series for you if I get time this weekend
  8. 420
    420
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    good mod but could you make a 460 for the pick up
    1. Fearless247
      Author's Response
      I made it for you, It should be up tomorrow after the moderators approve it.
  9. gdfastner
    gdfastner
    5/5,
    Version: 1.0
    The mod itself is great.
    However I own a car with a 305 and it's straight trash.
    1. Fearless247
      Author's Response
      I do as well lol, I really wanted to showcase how slow it is. I can't speak for all 305's but from a reliability standpoint mine has been awesome. It has 298k miles and never had to do any major repair. Also thanks for the rating and I'm glad you like it
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