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Raven R20 (Monster Truck Update) 1.1.0

The answer isn't always Miata.

  1. aljowen
    Raven R20


    Included Content
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    • Raven R20 (I4 Turbo, Petrol, Manual) [221hp]
    • Raven R20S (V6, Petrol, Manual) [297hp]
    • Raven R20 Track Day (V6, Petrol, Sequential) [297hp]
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    • Raven R20 Rebellion AWD (V6, Petrol, Sequential) [297hp]
    • Raven R20 Rebellion RWD (V6, Petrol, Sequential) [297hp]
    • Raven R20 Rebellion AWD Rear wheel steer (V6, Petrol, Sequential) [297hp]


    Supporter Tier Content
    Remember to update your supporter files to get the latest Supporter Tier benefits
    If you wish to support my work, you can purchase the Raven R20 "Supporter Edition".
    The "Supporter Edition" adds the Race Pro and Rally models. Both of these models feature a widebody kit with changed suspension geometry.
    The R20 Race Pro is easy to drive and blisteringly quick. The R20 Rally model is a bit of a handful, but very satisfying when you get it right.
    • Raven R20 Rally (V6, Petrol, Sequential) [297hp]
    • Raven R20 Race Pro (V6 Turbo, Petrol, Sequential) [407hp]
    • Raven R20 Rebellion Pro AWD (V6 Turbo, Petrol, Sequential) [407hp]
    • Raven R20 Rebellion Pro Insane (V6 Turbo, Petrol, Sequential) [957hp]
    You can find out more here: https://www.alwyn.tech/~r20_purchase.html

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    Features
    • Original fictional design
    • Fully custom physics skeleton
    • Purpose designed chassis and suspension geometry
    • Interactive multifunction digital drivers display
    • Drive modes (affecting throttle maps and ESC/TCS)
    • Much improved overall quality vs the Raven R60 :)


    Digital Dashboard Tutorial




    Driving Tips
    • The Raven R20 is a front engined, rear wheel drive car. This means that under heavy throttle loads, the rear end can lose traction.
      • When turning, be careful with the throttle.
      • When going over major crests, be aware that the rear end will have reduced traction. As such it can often be a good idea to reduce throttle when you are going over a crest to prevent oversteer from occurring.
    • If you find the R20 sport difficult to drive, give the base model a try, the i4 engine is still very capable, but with easier throttle control. You can also try putting the car into "eco" mode for a more relaxed throttle response.
    • The best way to experience the Raven R20 is with a good quality steering wheel and pedal set.
    • Using a Gamepad also works well, just remember to be gentle with the inputs, it is easy to over-correct a slide.
    • You can use a keyboard to drive the Raven R20, just be aware that you have reduced control over the vehicle. As such you may find driving at a slightly reduced pace more enjoyable.


    Trivia
    • The 4cyl engine found in the base model is the same unit found inside the Raven R60 Sport model.
    • The outer dimensions of the car are quite similar to an MX5. However, not all dimensions are the same, the wheelbase for example is longer with the wheels pushed further towards the corners.


    Gallery
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    Acknowledgements
    Thank you to @roy99669 for user testing at many stages throughout development.
    Thank you to @Ai'Torror for getting universal wheels working​

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Recent Reviews

  1. racerwill86
    racerwill86
    4/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    good mod but if you open the parts selector the monstertruck wheels turn invisible
  2. Kueso
    Kueso
    4/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    i genuinely like this mod. it needs polish still but im glad its still being worked on despite thick and thin.
    RANT:
    to the people speaking out of their asses below me, mod authors have no ability to delete reviews. I should know because i am one.
    The mentality that simply because a mod is "put on this website" therefore it "has to be free" is utter garbage. This mod is like 80% free, be content it exists. just because someone wants to monetize their hard work doesnt mean you get the right to shit on them because of it. Again, as a mod creator, i should know. how would the community respond if i made the custom vehicles in WBIMP paid? yeah, probably not well, and im not entirely sure its legal (because it uses BeamNG's intellectual property or something similar), but you understand my sentiment. Making paid content as long as its your own it totally legal.
    Do i need to explain that nothing is free again? Get over it and move on. By your own logic you would give BeamNG itself a 1-star review because "its paid." Yeah, things with effort and time put into them generally do cost money. Count your blessings, be glad modders are as gracious as they are in even making it mostly free to begin with. because im nearing the end of my rope.

    remember kids, you are entitled to nothing you dont work for.
  3. pixeaudi
    pixeaudi
    1/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    Looks like an Automation mod in a bad way, the paid bit is not even that good (assuming you get the same config number of 11 from most car mods and they're all free) and the author deletes any 1 star review. Paid mods shouldn't even be on this website.
  4. Trunkta
    Trunkta
    1/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    I would just like to point out that the author is now deleting any one star review, or any review that doesn't agree with their paid content system.

    What a shitty developer.
    1. aljowen
      Author's Response
      I do not have the ability to delete reviews. No mod author on the BeamNG repo does.
  5. lewis88
    lewis88
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    Amazing mod, handles well, great overall feel. I think this would work great as a drift car. Cant wiat to see your next mod!
  6. SlowCreepyDeepy
    SlowCreepyDeepy
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    Okay. Having played with the base mod and the paid bit, I can say that while the paid part has some good content, the base is still perfectly adequate, and is a good mod in its own right. While I understand why some people are irritated, I'm not sure whether I find the number of one-star reviews here more funny or just downright saddening. People don't realize how much difficult it is to make a mod for Beam. This is inherently a decent mod. I am sorry that so many people in this community are giving you bad ratings that you don't really deserve given how much work has been put into this. Keep it up!
  7. SuperShep1
    SuperShep1
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    Really great mod, you know if you pay for it you just get the configs, not more parts. the parts are all there, you just have to make the configs yourself
  8. ParadoxShiba
    ParadoxShiba
    4/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    Fun to play around with, overall well-made, but as other people have already mentioned, basically giving every single high-end feature to the people that payed for the "DLC" isn't very relevant.
  9. manperson69
    manperson69
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    This is probably one of my favorite mods, especially now that there's a monster truck. Also, just ignore those people giving you 1 star for having to pay for the full mod, they're not worth answering if that's the only reason they're rating it 1 star.
  10. FiveSixSeven
    FiveSixSeven
    5/5,
    Version: 1.1.0
    all the people rating 1 star because its paid are dumb
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