Engine Block explosion idea...

Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by AcidNemesis, Nov 26, 2017.

  1. AcidNemesis

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    Hello, i wanted to request an idea. I hope it's a good one :)

    It's very cool that the engine block blow with too much N2O ;). But it can be much better if the hood can fly when the engine block EXPLODE :eek:.

    Is this possible :confused: ?


    Oh and the new map is so cool ;) You've made great job !:p
     
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  2. CommandoAir

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    That would be pretty cool. Maybe make it so you can also add hood pins that prevent it from blowing open?
     
  3. Mr_Awesomeness12 2

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    Well make it bulge in the middle.

    Or make the cylinder heads fly of, but thats too much.
     
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  4. CommandoAir

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    Yeah, that's what I had in mind.
     
  5. Diamondback

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    Unfortunately not really feasible without some kind of explosion simulation.
    The propane tank setup really doesn't work for this.
     
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  6. TroLLeX_

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    i want that too
     
  7. Godzilla!

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  8. Dr. Death

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    NO2 excess doesn't really cause giant engine explosions that lift the hood like you see in some dragsters. Those are caused by failure to properly stick the supercharger to the rest of the engine, or by failure to properly bolt the heads to the block.
     
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