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Discussion in 'Official Content' started by gabester, Dec 10, 2012.
Its on the first post in this thread
Oh ok good to know
The I-Series just seems really soft
thats the point
Wonder if the devs will consider giving the I-Series its old front from the concept renders when it comes time for a revamp. This front looks a lot sleeker imo:
The original render's front looks like a Covet imo. The original render's bumper trim also looks weird to me because of how it dips down at the fender.
Do you think that will be there a future revamp of this car or of another car?
I hope so. I would love to see an official shooting-brake/hatchback version of this car, and presumably more modern facelifts (like the D-Series and Roamer)
I hope mostly in a big revamp of GM and H-Series with official Crown Vic or Town car facelift for GM, with wagon body, and i hope an Econoline or E-Series facelift for H-Series, with new configs and new longer body. And i hope in new german sedans, like the two older generations of Opel Vectra
But deep down inside... what we all want is a Pigeon revamp...
Sedan Pigeon? How should be figured? Could u make me a draw?
Naaah, Pigeon is "dead". I think there won't be a revamp... Sadly...
Am I the only one who wants to see an official drag Pigeon with a swapped Bluebuck V8 in the back? I know there's a mod like that but it would be better quality if it was official
Why is it that the knallhart can get to 198mph but if I equally-spec a custom config, it can only get to 154? I couldn't find any speeding limiter in the parts.
It's probably some transmision related thing
Transmission tunes. I think one has the racing ECU and the other is just a sport ECU. The final drive is probably different
If you're pegging out the tach, swap in a taller (smaller number) final drive.
If not, up the power and take the wing off, if installed.
I know from previous experience that a stock 3000i automatic is gear-limited to 170MPH and can reach a significant fraction of that unassisted, so 100% that's a gearing limitation in a shorter-geared model.