Beta Pessima RWD and AWD 1.01

2nd gen Pessima gets AWD and RWD options. 2 touring cars, 1 rally car and a bunch of parts.

  1. Gruban
    Pessima RWD and AWD

    3 new configs: DTM and Japanese touring cars and a rally car.

    This mod adds RWD and AWD transmission to the 2nd gen Pessima. It also contains bunch of lightweight parts, lighter version of the 2.0L engine, new 2.5L V6 engine that revs to 13000rpm and high downforce aero parts.

    Pessima DTM (AWD)

    Inspired by the Alfa Romeo 155 Ti legendary touring car. It's powered by a 2.5L naturally aspirated V6 that revs to 13000rpm and makes 470hp. High downforce, all-wheel drive system and low weight complete this package.

    Engine: 2.5L V6 NA
    Power: 467hp (@13000rpm)
    Torque: 282 Nm (@10500-11500rpm)
    Weight: 963 kg
    Transmission: AWD 6-speed manual
    Acceleration: 3.0 s 0-100 km/h
    Top speed: 300 km/h
    Cornering: 2.4 g

    Pessima GT4 Rally (AWD)

    Inspired by Toyota Celica GT4, WRC winning car from the 90's. I kept the stock rally livery because it's very similar to the real car.

    Engine: 2.0L inline-4 turbo
    Power: 376hp (@7600rpm)
    Torque: 416 Nm (@4500-6500rpm)
    Weight: 1083 kg
    Transmission: AWD 6-speed manual
    Acceleration: 3.1 s 0-100 km/h
    Top speed: 210 km/h

    Pessima GT500 (RWD)

    Japanese touring car. It's powered by the rally derived 2.0L engine that's now making over 500 hp. It can be a handful to drive at lower speeds because it has light rear end and a lot of torque, but at higher speeds downforce takes over and it's very stable.

    Engine: 2.0L inline-4 turbo
    Power: 508hp (@7700rpm)
    Torque: 545 Nm (@4500-6500rpm)
    Weight: 981 kg
    Transmission: RWD 6-speed manual
    Acceleration: 3.5 s 0-100 km/h
    Top speed: 292 km/h
    Cornering: 2.2 g

    Note if you are using parts for your configs:

    - To get RWD and AWD select them in the transmission category. Center diff torque split can be set from 0-100% to each axle. Front and rear diffs have adjustable final drives.
    - You need to select my ECU if you want to use 2.5L V6, otherwise it wont rev to 13000.
    - Front downforce is generated by the hood, so you need both the spoiler and my hood for balanced aero.
    - Stock oilpan can't handle high G's in corners and it causes oil starvation so i made one that's rated for 6 G's.
    - There are also lightweight versions of stock parts that I used to save weight (rollbar, 2.0L engine).


    1. pessima_dtm.png
    2. pessima_gt4_rally.png
    3. pessima_gt500.png

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Recent Reviews

  1. absolute destruction
    absolute destruction
    Version: 1.01
    Much better thank you!!!!!
  2. Oxferd_Gaming
    Version: 1.0
    Awesome mod! I love the option of having RWD on the Pessima that normally doesn't have RWD option to begin with, works great for making vehicles with RWD and for making drag specs using only the rear axle! TYSM!
  3. j-beam infrastructure
    j-beam infrastructure
    Version: 1.0
    Okay, very nice with your AWD mods, but I was gonna AWD mod some cars, so, i'll try not to make any AWD mods you make
  4. Luca PlaysHD
    Luca PlaysHD
    Version: 1.0
    First of all im not a perfect driver but even cause of this after a sec on hiroshi raceway and feeling how amazing the DTM config was i had to try it in the green hell and even there the DTM one was just amazing to drive fast like hell sticks on ground like bullshit how the hell im stunned Perfect config to me just amazing :D
    1. Gruban
      Author's Response
      Thanks for the review. I wanted it to be similar in pace to the real Alfa 155. Real car did 8min48s on the endurance track (nordshleife+gp track) and I managed 8:53. I'm a terrible driver and use a controller so there's even more pace there.
  5. absolute destruction
    absolute destruction
    Version: 1.0
    clearly, lots of effort put in congrats, but with all three cars, there's one major problem, something to do with the trans or similar. none of them are performance, in the AWD race-spec, I have to be revving at like 9000rpm to get the car moving.
    it is literally slower than the stock ibishu, i think there is some source code wrong, maybe the clutch cant take it idk but atm they drive well, but the accelerating is quite literally not there, especially when you have a 14000 rpm revving engine id expect it to be, well, better than a stock inline 4....
    1. Gruban
      Author's Response
      I tested them alot. Never had the issue, but I use a controller. Maybe it has something to do with the cluch. There was no way for me to test that. Maybe try arcade gearbox to fix this and message me if it fixed it.
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