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1964 Ibishu Miramar

Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Feb 11, 2013.

  1. ktheminecraftfan

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    The T series could do with some work. the engine model looks a little tired from the last time I checked.
     
  2. NGAP NSO Shotgun Chuck

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    Oh yeah, forgot about that one. Shows why I'm not in charge of content planning; anything that wasn't a somewhat raceable passenger car would just get ignored forever.
     
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    T-Series I think needs a small Jbeam update, nothing inside the normal and sleeper cab has collision (all other cars except for Bolide have collidable floor and seats), no oil pan, no engine damamge simulation, no engine mounts (and only 1 engine with next to no tuning options), basically it's a bit outdated in terms of Jbeam.
     
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  4. IrisOfTheTouge

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    There isn't a whole lot of modifications you can do to an engine like that. Commercial vehicles are heavily regulated and often inspected by law enforcement at weigh stations. The market just isn't there for performance outside of cranking up the boost and straight piping it, both carrying the risk of heavy fines if caught.
     
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    ok but

     
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  6. Agent_Y

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    One thing we need at least would be a heavy duty long block because stock one explodes when too much power
     
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    The t series is lacking options-wise for engines and bodies etc
    and i don't think it would be too far fetched to have a right hooker version for australia, like many exported american trucks
     
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  9. IrisOfTheTouge

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    These would be a cool addition, yes.
     
  10. Sandraker

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    Back to the actual car this thread is about, I would really love a remaster of this thing, it's a car that could fill many niches. For example, a 70s model with coil springs in the rear could fill an additional niche without adding a totally new car.
    Variant wise a default rally version would be awesome as both the 60s and 70s were an iconic time.

    Timing wise a remaster would go very well with an update to the tire model that would add temperature and/or wear, as the Miramar could use a variety of old-fashioned tires with very different characteristics to modern ones.
     
  11. NGAP NSO Shotgun Chuck

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    Oh, it definitely needs one. With the Pigeon dealt with and the Bolide about to be, the Miramar, Burnside and T-Series are probably the three cars most in need of a remaster at this point, and I'm honestly hoping for the Miramar first simply because its dashboard doesn't really make much sense for any of its trims. Then, IMO, it's the Moonhawk, and after that the 200BX, Barstow, '88 Pessima, every ETK, and the Sunburst are all about equal in terms of remaster-worthiness (based on nothing but my 100% subjective opinion).
     
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  12. ktheminecraftfan

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    The barstow could do with more model year differences (each year getting progressively worse in performance and styling and smaller bumpers.
     
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