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Blowovers in BeamNG

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by AnIrishDerp, Jul 30, 2019.

  1. AnIrishDerp

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    Are there any cars, original or mods, that can go airborne if they spin? Not off a ramp, but like a race car from NASCAR races did in the 1980s, 1990s, and early 2000s when they spin out and start going airborne while they're backwards or sideways at a specific angle. I know that one car mod in particular, the Ibishu ProCar, can do this if you spin it going around 198-205+ mph. The Bruckell Caldera, specifically the track and Daytona speed versions, could possibly do this as well, but the wings break off of the car can go airborne. If the wings stuck to the cars more firmly and had a bit more power, the two cars could possibly do this at speeds of around 185-200 mph. Other than that, I don't know if there are any other cars that can do this, or if the physics engine has the capability to make ones similar to ones in the NASCAR races mentioned earlier and in other types of races. It would be pretty cool to see some cars in the near future that can do this or if something in the future can make these types of crashes more achievable with cars that have racing aerodynamics. Anyways, have any of you guys ever had any blowover crashes in Beam, and if so, what car was it you were using?
     
  2. esesesel

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    The fr18 (i think that's its name) goes airborne sometimes, but not really in a realistic way several hundred meters up and very far
     
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  3. Jeppoer

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    Well, kind of.
    Once I tuned an old gen pessima with a very sharp angle of attack on the spoiler (-50% or something) It was very fast round a track, as long as there weren't any moderate hills. Hirochi raceway was just barely managable, but the highway of EC USA was too much. The front of the car would lift up and would cause the car to go almost vertical
     
  4. ManfredE3

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    ^

    IIRC many of the aero parts, including all of the hillclimb bits, can be tuned and if you really want to you can make them generate enough lift to do some silly things.

    As far as realistic style blowovers without tuning the car specifically for it, the aero in Beam is a bit weird. I know dummiesman is working on an indy car, but he ran into some issues with the aero in game.
     
  5. Confused_Deer43

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    It's possible, I once managed it few years ago with the hillclimb SBR4, I don't remember how but I think I just put a really low gear ratio, all I did was speed up in reverse and the back wheels eventually would lift off the ground.
     
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  6. Mr. Twiglesworth

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    I've seen videos of people straight up flying with the caldera
     
  7. EDP445

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    Go downhill and then spin in the SBR4 hillclimb.
     
  8. AnIrishDerp

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    Yeah but for me the wing just rips off. I think I need to strengthen the wing and make it stay on the car better.
     
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