[Automation] Suzuka Jimna XT

Discussion in 'Automation' started by AM-DB9, Jul 22, 2018.

  1. AM-DB9

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    Hi everybody :)
    Having bought Automation a whole 2 hours ago, I present you the Suzuka Jimna XT!
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    As you probably heard, the real-life Suzuki is releasing a very updated version of the venerable Jimny.
    This is sort of a tribute to the original, with quite similar specs:

    1.1L engine, 85 kW, 124 Nm, redline @ 6800 rpm
    ESP
    5-speed transmission
    selectable 4x4 system with hi/lo transfer case (when 2wd, the rear wheels are engaged)
    ladder frame
    solid axles front and rear with progressive coil springs
    1083 kg mass

    This is the XT special version, featuring:

    Unique 'Rounded Rangie' body style
    Crayon Blue default paint
    Scratch resistant, unpainted bumpers, front and back
    Anti glare dark paint for the bonnet: stop those blinding reflections, always see where you're going
    Jacked up suspensions
    Manually lockable diffs front and back
    Specific 14 in wheels instead of the standard 15 in
    Specific 255/80 R14 offroad tyres

    Testing went well.
    Drop tyre pressure to 12 psi, lock diffs and select Low 1st gear: you'll get anywhere (at 10 km/h)
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    This is the absolute top of Ararat:
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    Suzuka Jimna XT: the compact offroad that'll get you wher you want (and also where you might NOT want!)
    but most importantly will also take you back home: coming down from Ararat is way scarier than climbing it.
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    Known issues: This car is oversized and I don't know how to scale it down. If someone can do it so that the wheelbase is around 2,250 mm (89 in) and upload it, thank you!

    Download your Jimna here and take it for a spin:
     

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  2. Calarist

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    This belongs in the Automation section of the repository, not the land section of the threads.
     
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  3. henryjhost

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  4. AM-DB9

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    My bad, I totally missed the target. Can some moderator move this therad? Or do I have to delete it and redo?
     
  5. Driv3r1142

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    Just send a message to a moderator :)

    You can't delete your own posts or threads here unfortunately, but a moderator would be happy to move the thread for you.
     
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