Update Speculation thread

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by crazikyle, Jan 26, 2016.

  1. Fera

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    That is more of a bus modified as a mass casualty unit, not a fire engine/truck in the traditional sense.
     
  2. Copunit12

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    True but what I meant was that the siren could be used on a MCU. A actual fire truck would probably be based off the T-series and a fire utility truck would be a d-series.
     
  3. Fera

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    MCU's usually use Ambulance sirens. Also, a Q siren is attached externally. Find me a picture of a MCU with a Federal Q, and then I'll believe you.
     
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  4. Tsutarja495

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    I'm pretty sure the DT40L is based on the New Flyer D40LF and the Orion V, and other '90s buses. I can't see many International influences on the DT40L.
     
  5. Nathan24™

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    Suspicious...
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    It might be a sign we could be getting something like this in the future... :rolleyes:
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  6. Ai'Torror

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  10. Ai'Torror

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    There were some improvements to the tires, as now the dually tires leave 2 skid marks.
     
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    That's because they are two separate wheels nows, I remember them being one big wheel, on the t-series atleast.
     
  12. Ai'Torror

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    Oh, so now I have to update my dually offroad wheels and tires :D
     
  13. Tommy1995

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    Hope the bus gets some steel wheels someday.
    I made some myself for now
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  14. Ai'Torror

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    Little fact about the Bus, It actually has power steering, but you have to equip it by yourself.
     
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  15. Bing Bong

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    Does equipping power steering make it drive differently while using the keyboard?
     
  16. Ai'Torror

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    I did not test it, but looking at the code it does not. With a wheel (the obvious way of playing BeamNG) it certainly does.
     
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  17. BryceCharters

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    no, power steering only affects FFB wheels.
     
  18. Glitchy

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    It seems that BeamNG really sticks to their original plans. This post was from 2012 btw.
     

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  19. Fera

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    There is the T-Series, Barstow, and Moonhawk from that era, plus the rumored Gavril/Bruckell Beaufort.
     
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    i wonder how a 1970 Burnside car would look... A big & heavy landyacht perhaps? Something like a 1960's Chevy Impala, but as a Burnside o_O
     
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