WIP Beta released Nissan Terrano WD21 (1992-2006)

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  1. RyanCookie

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  2. Dezervon

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    If I am not mistaken, the gauge layout and wheel had a facelift somewhere around 1993 - on your photo. At least I know in EU the same steering wheel and speedometer layout was on a 1993 Terrano I drove. Externally the front bumper was changed a bit as well. JNR231's mod is the pre 1993 version.

    Edit: The one on the picture is automatic gearbox version and there are differences with the manual ofc. Not sure if auto trans was marketed in EU at all.
     
  3. JNR231

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    If I remember correctly - restyling version (after 93) have more modern interior (same with Spirit S2?), like this:

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    And some exterior changes:

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    Dont know about EU/US versions (because all Terrano what I have around - imported from Japan).

    But found this (idk why WD21 is R50 here):

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    And this (btw, very interesting instrument dashboard):
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    Found this in one of catalogue - AT version is exist, but only with V6.

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    PS. Spirit S2 is same Terrano but only for SEA market.
    upload_2022-6-4_21-34-35.png
     
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  4. JCX034

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    Well, we didn't get the Spirit S2 over here in Malaysia but we had the Terrano with the KA24 engine which is shared with the USDM Nissan 240SX.
    upload_2022-6-4_20-59-31.jpeg
     
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    There has been plenty of changes since the last time I commented on this mod. Back then, I reiterated the suggestion of a US-market model of the Terrano, called the Pathfinder stateside. I also asked if additional parts to cover all regional variations of the first generation model was being considered, as well as the 2-door body style.

    I did some more research into the US-spec version (some of the information are from ImportArchive), and here's what I found:
    • While production first began in 1985, the Pathfinder came into the United States as a 1987 model. It was only available in the 2-door body style until 1990, after which the 4-door model replaced it all the way to 1995, the final year for the first generation in all markets except for Indonesia (which continued to produce it until 2006).
    • For North American models, the 3.0L VG30i V6 engine was available for the entire 2-door production; the 2.4L Z24i I4 engine was only offered for the 1987 model year. With the introduction of the 4-door model in 1990, the 3.0L VG30E V6 was the sole engine offered. RWD models were added in 1989; 4WD models covered the entire production cycle. Other markets continued to receive the Z24i until the KA24E replaced it in 1990. The 2.7L TD27 diesel I4 engine for certain regions needs no introduction, having already been implemented into the mod.
    • North American models in general do not have the fender-mounted turn signals found on international models. What they do have instead are the mandatory side marker lights integrated into the headlights and taillights, which light up when the low beams and high beams are turned on. And then of course, you have the customary units on the LHD dashboard for US-spec models in particular, while the metric units are in a smaller font for the speedometer should a US-spec Pathfinder makes its way over to nearby Canada. Speaking of which, the opposite is true for Canadian models as shown below.


    And in regards to whether or not to separate the Terrano and Pathfinder into two different vehicles in the vehicle selection menu, you could do that if you intend on having many configurations similar to the Gavril D-Series and the second generation Ibishu Kashira mod. The former is an example where too many configurations into one vehicle slot would've caused the UI to slow down, hence why the developers included a partial amount of the total theoretical configurations until they could find a solution. Of course, not all people would be happy with two vehicle slots for what's essentially the same vehicle generation as seen in the latter's thread, so if you were to combine both the Terrano and Pathfinder nameplates into one, then list the vehicle as "Nissan WD21" in the vehicle selection menu and then specify either Terrano or Pathfinder for each configuration as a compromise.

    Hopefully, the information I provided should help in any way. Keep up the good work.
     
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    Hill descent.
     
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    For those who want MOAR POWAH! I already made some revised torque curves, and extra injection ramp and turbo. So it could make more power but still be more of a diesel delivery. You'll want to use the 'Upgraded fuel ramp' and the 'Stage 2 Variable Boost Turbocharger'. Which an go from 10-35psi. Note: Shouldn't make more power in stock form. I just wanted to smooth out the stock torque curve some.
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    Also. Love this mod. Hope to see the skins be paintable and have PBR so we can use lovely metallic paints under those awesome OE graphix!
     

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  8. LPerez94

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    Just another random test
     
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  9. JNR231

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    Some progress.

    screenshot_2022-06-08_20-59-19.png screenshot_2022-06-08_20-58-52.png
     
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  11. JNR231

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    And LHD underhood of course.

    screenshot_2022-06-11_14-06-44.png

    UPD. I know what in real car in underhood is three pipes on braking line (on firewall), but i dont fond any information about third pipe (highlighted on photo).
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    For photo - thanks to @Dezervon
     
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  12. 耀骑士-临光

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    Is there any plan to update the version with the cab on the right, because this car can't be sold only there?
     
  13. JNR231

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    You mean pickup version? If yes - on this moment no (because my JBEAM skill is not enough for this).
     
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  14. 耀骑士-临光

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    No,But I seem to have seen the pickup version of paladin. I haven't seen the version of Tule
     
  15. Dezervon

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    The pipe highlighted on the photo is of the clutch master cylinder.
     
  16. Ben Overseer

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    Nice car, Just going to test it out on BeamNG. Looks great anyway nice work!
     
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    hyped for the LHD update. Thanks for the nice mod!
     
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  18. JNR231

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    1.0.6 is here!

    Changelog:
    • Added LHD version (on this moment - only EUDM) and rear EUDM bumper
    • All pipes and parts is edited for LHD version (steering gear, MBC and etc.)
    • Added Tow-Hitch and heavy-duty springs for rear axle.
    • Some JBEAM and textures edits (because i don't remember everything what I change/fix)
    • Added aftermarket bullbar with square lights (technically - edited A/J Limited bullbar) - for idea thanks to @Dezervon
    Some screenshots:
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    What I plan to make next :
    • VG30E engine and visual part for TD27 tuning (and tuning for VG of course)
    • More OEM parts (from EUDM/USDM/JDM versions)
    • More Aftermarket parts
    • More interesting features (inspired by new Civetta and some other mods
    Stay tuned.

    PS. Yes, I know, not to much after mostly one month of work. But on this moment I trying to figure out some issues with my second (Hirochi "NSB") project (which is on hold for a while) and it take time.
    Don't panic, nothing serious, just some issues with documentation for it.
     

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  19. Ludio0110

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    This is just a minor issue, but is it possible to fix the camera positioning of the EUDM Variant of the Terrano? Here is the video...
     

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  20. SuperEmbracer

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    Hi there,

    I'm really liking your mod. Do you think in a future update, you can add the yellow rear number plates from JorgePinto's European License Plate mod, (you know, for some UK roleplay)? as well as the ability to turn off the speed chime when you go over a certain limit?
     
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