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Beta Saber OMPW eSBR 0.6

One Motor Per Wheel Torque-Vectored High Performance eSBR

  1. Excrubulent
    This is still under development but the basic idea is to use the unique four-wheel torque-vectoring system to make a car that can do things no other car can. For instance does your car spin on the spot when you pull the handbrake? No? Oh, friend, you are missing out!

    The latest update comes with specialised rally suspension that handles like a dream. Here it is in its natural habitat:



    There are 1000, 1600 and 2500 hp versions available. Why would you need 2500 hp? Oh I don't know, maybe you could do this:



    Or you could get 1/4 miles away in less than 6.5 seconds:

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    If you still need convincing I don't know what to tell you.

    Currently all the cars are more or less hyper-ultra-mega-drift cars, traction control is on the list of things to do. Also on the list is improving the tune to make them smoother, enabling individual tuning from the setup window, and finally Sunburst and Hopper versions for some offroady-goodness. Although honestly this thing doesn't even seem to notice if it's on tarmac or dirt.

    Thanks to @TommoT for the torque curves from their Extreme eSBR1250 and to @Blijo for the skid steer script.

    I also recommend the CJD Special Tunes pack for the CJD retractable spoiler. This gives just the right amount of downforce to unlock a top speed of 574kph according to the speedometer and 610kph according to the airspeed app. Why are they so different? I dunno lol.

Recent Reviews

  1. Theodore The Class B20
    Theodore The Class B20
    5/5,
    Version: 0.6
    the accursed one was a bit creepy when i first saw it... explain it please
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
  2. vmlinuz
    vmlinuz
    4/5,
    Version: 0.6
    Excellent, although you *really* need to work on low-speed handling - I would like to actually drive it, not just drift!
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
      Thanks, traction control is on the way, but in the meantime, you could try going into the tuning menu and reducing the Zero Throttle Gain. Although if you're using keyboard to drive then you may just have to wait for TC.
  3. Nissan Skyline
    Nissan Skyline
    5/5,
    Version: 0.5.3
    Awesome mod and clever idea! Would love the ability to lock the steering rack to have tank drive, dunno if it is feasible. Overall a great mod and something different to play around with.
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
      Thanks, the idea was inspired by the Rimac Concept cars, the second one has almost 2000hp IRL. Tank drive is definitely possible. I'll give it a look, maybe as a novelty mode in the future.
  4. ForZac
    ForZac
    5/5,
    Version: 0.5
    insane
    1. Excrubulent
  5. TommoT
    TommoT
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    Lots of fun to play around with ;-)
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
      Glad you think so too :)
  6. blacklist
    blacklist
    4/5,
    Version: 0.3
    the handling is a little janky ( i did fix it with parts from another config mod), but the performance is beyond comparison. the high end one i topped out at 351 mph. freaking insane!
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
  7. ForZac
    ForZac
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    yeeted tires
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
      kill all tyres
  8. vmlinuz
    vmlinuz
    4/5,
    Version: 0.3
    This is epic, but it needs some work to make it handle better at lower speeds.
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
      Yup, lots of tuning still to be done, it's still very much WIP. I'm not happy with the way it seems to get stuck in hairpin turns and won't go - I'm looking into it.
  9. JDMguy05
    JDMguy05
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    yes. just yes
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
      I would like to add "yeet".
  10. The Raccoon
    The Raccoon
    5/5,
    Version: 0.3
    thats no donut thats a powerslide
    1. Excrubulent
      Author's Response
      I'll call it object drifting and that's my final offer.
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