Easy to overheat cars

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  1. TheInsider

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    Hello everyone,

    I am trying to find a car that is easy to overheat, for example pulling a caravan up a mountain, but I am having a hard time to overheat cars.

    Anyone has tips to how to overheat cars and maybe to what engine is easy to overheat?
     
  2. Tommy1995

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    powerful engine and damaged radiator
     
  3. TheInsider

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    I kinda like low power engines haha
    Do you know a way to make the radiator half as effective or something?
     
  4. Fera

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    Remove the radiator. No cooling.
     
  5. DOUGL4S1

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    Remove the radiator and rev the hell out of the engine.
     
  6. CaptainZoll

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    if you're into JBeam, under the "MainEngine" section, there is a number called "radiatoreffectiveness". change that to 200 or so, and you have a "pre-damaged" radiator.
     
  7. TheInsider

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    Yeah I looked into it. So I figured it all out and it's really cool and I really enjoy messing with it haha.

    But do you know how to add a new radiator? So I can select my own bad radiator? I just can't figure out how to do that.
     
  8. Specht77

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    If you look in the jbeam, it probably will have a "raditator" and a "high performance radiator"

    You only need to follow the same logic

    Copy all the info on the "radiator" and paste it below (like the high performance is probably below the normal radiator), then you just need to rename to "bad radiator" and change the parameters
     
  9. marijn123@lol

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    Some cars have the option to disassemble the radiator
     
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