WIP Beta released R/C Covet 1.0

R/C version of the Ibishu Covet

  1. Dummiesman

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    R/C Covet - R/C version of the Ibishu Covet

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  3. JDMGuy

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    YES!
     
  4. Joeyfuller2000

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    It's so cute!!
     
  5. benad1

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    Isn't 450 lbs completely inaccurate?
     
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    A.W.E.S.O.M.E. :D
     
  7. natiq kamal

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    I think it is minimum limit of nodewight, beamspring, beamdamp and etc
     
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  8. RobertGracie

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    Why is it 450lbs? cant it be more like 12lbs?
     
  9. TheCookieGamer62

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    @RobertGracie Because the car might become unstable and break physics
     
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  10. RobertGracie

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    Ah right didnt think about that...
     
  11. Dummiesman

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    Smaller node distance = more instability
    Less weight = more instability
    Less beam spring = more bounciness
    More damping = more instability

    450lbs is an act of balance ;)
     
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  12. Wendigo

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    It'd be sweet if somebody added a miniature propane tank or explosive -even a mini cannon; then it'd be like the Toyz in da hood R/C cars from GTA 3. Anyone remember that game?
     
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    Do you remember Re-Volt?

    That game was the bomb. Nothing beat tag arena with 6 friends.
     
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  14. RobertGracie

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    I never thought of it like that, I think the gearbox needs a slight tweak its sluggish to respond
     
  15. Dummiesman

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    You mean my childhood? Haha. Such an awesome game. Who knew racing R/C cars could be so challenging and fun!
     
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  16. Ulrich

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    The Rc covet look very small, at the side of this thing
     
  17. SmokingTiresGaming

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    but the belaz cant crush it
     
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  18. mumboking

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    Sounds like the physics engine needs tweaking. :p
     
  19. lukerules117

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    The torque curve and gearing seem really weird, and it seems like it has a really low top speed at about 10 mph.
     
  20. KennyWah

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    Well judging by the size I think he is trying to simulate a cheap battery powered RC car, so I wouldn't expect much for gearing or speed from it.
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    Good luck, jbeam would hate that
     
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