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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
You mean boats are not vehicles? Or just didn't get my subtle suggestion?
i didn't understand your post, thought you'd posted in the wrong thread
Not really, most of the time the only differences are emmissions ECU tuning.
Also, i dont think the pigeon is really made for japan. Feels like its made for a smaller section of the world, like thailand or philipines or india where 3 wheeled vehicles are more common.
To be fair it took me a while to see what Itntai was refering to.
Oh. I meant: Please make the yellow speed boat driveable. I try to be more obvious next time.
This one is halfway done already. Make sure it floats, throw in a couple of seats and a steering wheel, and animate the outboard engines.
Arcade: Two sideways turning invisible thrusters for easy, car-like driving (much like the pontoon car mods, though they probably use side thrusters for steering idk).
Realistic: Two individually controllable units with up-and-down adjustments enabling trim, and forward-reverse for accurate docking.
Ok. Maybe I'm wrong.
Are red turn signals allowed in this countries?
I would love to drive a RHD New Pessima with amber indicators and maybe different engines or even a Canada-Spec LeGran would be nice.
No, that's an american thing.
lol not always, in my case i get a weaker version of the same 2.0L engine that was sold in europe with my Celica. And by weaker, i mean 40hp less and redline 600rpm lower.
1980-1992 Bruckell Moonhawk.
300 cube "Lean Burn" V-8
378 cube V-8
4.1 liter V-6
4.1 liter V-6 Turbo (Ranging from 277 to 397 horsepower stock.)
V-8 Luxe (Uses 378 cube)
Special (277 Horse V-6 turbo)
Special Panamerica (340 Horse V-6 turbo)
Special Dreadnaught (397 Horse V-6 turbo)
Probably the most useless suggestion, but I've always wanted to have that big ol bus in the blockbuster Speed
Classic Wentward time.
to be fair most cars have red turn lights wich is an 100% american thing that no other country allows.
1996–2005 Gavril Barstow
''The Final Of Famous Eagle Barstows It Was very Powerful and Strong Like a true Muscle Car''
Backstory:In 1990s The Barstow Was starting to Lose Sales,So They Redesigned The Barstow However this was not successful,By 2005 The Bastorw,Moonhwak Had Put on Hold.
What is it?
A Mid 90s-2000s Pony Car That Based On SN95 Mustang,4th generation Camro.
RWD,MacPherson In The Front,Muitlink in The Rear
Unibody,,Front Longitudinal engine
6 Speed Manual,5 Speed,6 Speed Auto,4 Speed Auto,5 Speed Manual.
3.2L V6 (210HP,230 LB-FT)
4.5L V8 (216HP,325LB-FT)
5.5L V8 (236HP,380LB-FT)
6.1L Supercharged V8 (360HP,450LB-FT)
6.3L Supercharged V8 (500HP,512 LB-FT)
V6 Bastorw-Base Model with Very Unsporting Like Design.
Bastorw GT-A More Powerful Model with Sporter Suspension,More Powerful 4.5L V8 Also with 5.5L V8.
Bastorw RS-High performance Model with 6.1L Supercharged V8,Stiffer Suspension,Better Handling.
Bastorw TS-Track Foucsed Model with 6.3L Supercharged V8.
Bastorw FS-Last Model Very Rare With 6.3L Supercharged V8.
dude, Speed was an awesome movie
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i kinda agree with TurboTerra for a classic Wentward
1970 - 1973 Bruckell Rodeo (Based off the 1973 Chevrolet El Camino and the 1970 Ford Ranchero)
"The Muscle Truck built on the Moonhawk's Chassis that conquered every trailer park in the 1970s and 80s, the Bruckell Rodeo is the truck you buy when you want to haul stuff across town while going over the speed limit and doing burnouts at every red light."
The Brute: The Brute has seen it's fair share or wear and tear over the last few decades. It's 151hp 4.0L I6 struggles to get any of that power towards the rear wheels, but it has had a 4 speed manual transmission swapped in over it's original 3 speed automatic, so this Rodeo still has a bit of fun left to be had in it before it needs to either be destroyed or restored, hopefully the latter.
I6: The Base Model Rodeo comes with a 151hp 4.0L I6 and a 3 speed automatic or manual transmission. It's as basic as a Muscle Truck can get.
V8: The V8 Rodeo is the beginning of the Muscle Truck's true performance. It comes with a 6.2L 2 barrel carb V8 that makes 183hp and a 3 speed automatic or 4 speed manual transmission. It also comes with leather seats, a vinyl roof, and Magnum wheels.
V8 Sport: The V8 Sport comes with the same engine and transmissions, but the 2 barrel carb has been replaced with a 4 barrel, and the 6.2L V8 now makes 197hp. It also comes with a limited slip differential sport suspension, sport struts, sport brakes, sport tires, Sport Badges on the grille and tailgate, black racing stripes, and sway bars.
V8 GT: For the final year of the Bruckell Rodeo, Bruckell decided to crank the power of this truck all the way to 11 by installing a stage 1 supercharger on the 6.2L V8, bringing it's horsepower up to 296, and it's 4 speed manual transmission was given slightly longer gears to increase the Rodeo GT's top speed. However, the three speed automatic transmission remained untouched. It was also given special GT decals and badges, anti-roll bars, a performance radiator, and a small ram air hood scoop.
Drag: Well, what happens when you take a V8 GT Rodeo and slap a stage 4 supercharger, racing suspension, racing struts, racing anti-roll bars, racing sway bars, slick tires, Dragger wheels, a 4 speed automatic drag racing transmission, a stripped interior, bucket seats, a roll cage, a reinforced chassis, and over 1600hp? You get the Drag Rodeo!
Marauder: The Marauder is a heavily modified Rodeo designed to survive the apocalypse. It's been given massive blacked out bull bars, offroad tires, a slight lift, 4x4 drivetrain, a roll cage, light pods on the roof, a custom made camper shell, a small living quarters area in the bed, a reserve gas tank, a 4 speed manual transmission, and a 210hp 4 barrel carb 6.2L V8.
Exterior and Interior: ( Based off the Automatic GT Model )
IMO the Moonhawk needs to get all of the body styles the second gen Chevelle had. Well, the major ones are needed, the minor ones would be nice.
The "Coupe Utility" body style you suggested would be the second sensible pickup and the first light pickup. Useful for drag racing and delivery missions. At the same time.
We already have the 2-door.
A 4-door Moonhawk is a resource efficient option of filling the 1970/1980's RWD American 4-door niche. It's a big one, yet we have 2 FWD cars of this era but no RWD for some reason. Sure a dedicated car would be nicer, but we have too many American cars right now to justify that when we already have a sensible platform for it.
Then there's the wagon and the hardtop/pillared variations of the 2/4-door. Muscle wagons are awesome and the pillared/hardtop variations would be fairly easy to toss in.
add a tank or a bulldozer. I could imagine driving a T95, Maus, T34, or BT-7. I guess a bulldozer could also work in that regard but the tanks would have a working gun to shoot the cars with
I knew it!
I already said that I am wrong.
That last picture... Is the tank steering like a car?
BT Series of tanks. Christie designed them with features like that so they could travel fast on roads.