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Discussion in 'Ideas and Suggestions' started by Donken, Aug 6, 2012.
This is perfect! Thank you!
Titanstarr V10 Military Series
good idea ! i think i will do research...
1932 - 1935 Gavril DeLuxe Coupe (Based off the 1934 Ford Model 40 and the 1935 Chevrolet Standard Coupes)
"You can't beat a Gavril!"
The DeLuxe Coupe is one of the most iconic Gavril's ever built, being known as one of the most popular choices for hot rodders, criminals, street racers, and greasers. While the standard variants may be a bit lack-luster, the DeLuxe Coupe has so many aftermarket parts that you can essentially make your DeLuxe into your signature.
The Distressed: After sitting in a junkyard for a few decades, this beaten up and rusted DeLuxe is ready for either a full restoration or a visit to the crusher.
Standard: Equipped with a 65hp single barrel carb 3.6L V8 coupled to a 3 speed manual transmission.
Sport: Equipped with a 85hp twin barrel carb 3.6L V8 coupled to a 3 speed manual transmission. Other features include suicide doors, vinyl seats, a fake wood dashboard, and a rear mounted spare tire.
Project: A DeLuxe Sport in the middle of being converted to a hot rod. Features include a stock engine and transmission, a flat black paint job with white and red pinstripes, a chopped top, removed fenders, a removed hood, a aftermarket hot rod grille, a higher placed rear view mirror, a "zoomie" exhaust system, and a wooden steering wheel.
Hot Rod: This is what the Project aspires to be. One common modification that most hot rods have is to have a bigger engine put in place of it's 3.6L V8, the most common being the Bruckell 5.7L Small Block V8, which makes 350hp from the get go, which is also exactly what this modified DeLuxe Sport has. Other modifications include a 4 speed manual transmission, removed fenders, a removed hood, a custom hot rod grille, Alder Magnum wheels, sport lettered tires, a chop top, leather bucket seats, a custom steering wheel, a candy apple red paint job, and side pipes.
Rot Rod: A rusty hot rod that's been slammed, given a 525hp supercharged 5.7L V8 coupled to a 4 speed manual transmission, WW2 fighter jet decals, a front mounted moon tank, a chain steering wheel, and the unwanted attention of every single cop within a 20 mile radius.
Drag: A wheelie popping monster that can technically be street legal by throwing different tires on it. Modifications include a 1,250hp supercharged 5.7L V8 coupled to a 4 speed drag racing automatic transmission, heavy duty suspension, Alder Dragger wheels, drag racing slicks, a locked rear diff, a removed hood, cycle fenders, a open header exhaust system, racing bucket seats, a roll cage, a Nomi racing wheel, a jet black paint job with hot rod flames.
Exterior and Interior: (Based off the Sport model)
Some additions to the 200BX would be cool to see. Since much of the 200BX is very clearly inspired by the Nissan 240SX, I think it would be neat if some inspiration was taken from some of the 240's contemporaries instead.
For starters, some new base-model hubcaps like these (from a 1991 Toyota Celica ST) would fit the 200BX pretty well.
For the fabled Type-X configuration, a turbocharged engine is the obvious choice. Some split 3-spokes a la Ford Probe GT would be pretty cool.
1973-1978 Hirochi GS3 & GS5
All prices are what you'd see in todays money
Factory Trims: ( 3-door ) GS3
Central, ( cheapest car in america & japan at the time, $4,000 ) no radio, no rear seats, only a driver wiper, and weird plastic like front seats
Base, ( $10,000 ) comes with a radio, cloth seats, rear bench seats, and dual wipers.
L, ( $12,000 ) comes with a higher end radio, cloth front and rear seats, and a tow hitch.
S, ( $ 14,000 ) comes with a high end radio, light weight cloth front and rear seats, and a tiny spoiler.
GT, ( $18,000 ) comes with a high end radio, leather front seats and cloth rear seats, a bigger spoiler, and a rear wiper.
HRS. ( the factory model that looks aftermarket ) ( $25,000 ) comes with a high end radio, red & white front ( cheap ) leather seats, rear seat removal, an aero rear wiper, and a small wing.
Factory Trims: ( 5-door ) GS5 *note: more powerful engines than GS3*
Base, ( $14,000 ) just a 4 door version of the Base GS3 with real seats in back
L, ( $16,000 ) Just a 4 door version of the GS3 L
S, ( $17,000 ) Just a 4 door version of the GS3 S
Engine options: ( not that good with this stuff but ima give it a go, torque not recorded )
special engines to GS3:
small carbureted N/A i3 making 78 HP. ( Central )
small carbureted N/A i4 making 90 HP. ( Base )
small fuel injected N/A i4 making 99 HP. ( L )
medium sized N/A i4 making 108 HP. ( S )
medium sized N/A i5 making 123 HP. ( GT )
large sized N/A i4 making 168 HP. ( HRS )
special engines to GS5:
small carburated N/A i4 making 98 HP. ( Base )
medium fuel injected N/A i4 making 106 HP. ( L )
medium fuel injected N/A i5 making 122 HP. ( S )
Your grandfather's old GS3 sleeper,
Frame. ( just for making ur own config )
Story of the GS series:
In 1973 America was facing the oil crisis and as japanese brands were coming into America to help, like Ibishu and Herrnda, Hirochi discovered the perfect idea for a new vehicle based off of the Hirochi Carsia, a small hatch & sedan. They planned it before the oil crisis and by the time they finished, the oil crisis has just begun. Hirochi brought in the GS3 and GS5 as the new people's car like the Beetle. As the posters said, "The all new Hirochi GS3 & GS5, the only car you'll ever need!" As a result, sales skyrocketed and soon the GS series was the most popular car in America. As brands like Ibishu, Herrnda, and Toy-yoda caught up, Hirochi was already winning by a long shot. The GS3 lived until 2003 until the demand for a 3 door car like the GS3 fell out. The GS5 has been going strong ever since, and shall forever share its roots with America, The Oil Crisis, and its long lost relatives, the GS3 and the Carsia.
I give a proposition to BEAMNG TEAM about ram plow versions: just decrease NOS shot to maximally 300kW. And I don't want replies about modifying vehicles alone or about any mods.
I’m too lazy to post an actual post so here’s a document:
it blows up the engine in the destroyer config
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you forgot to make it public
Got it, makes sense
What honestly is the point of this thread if the devs never look at it
That's not true, they've said themselves that they do.
I can vouch for that.
Aside from being given a warning about talking about off topic things and told that devs to check this forum, they have implemented things that people have suggested, such as lowriders, more police cars, more taxis, remasters of cars that've been in the game since day one, etc.
Here's one example I have, it's probably just coincidence, but I digress:
Back in March I suggested a 1980s Camaro/Firebird that would act as a 1980s Bruckell Moonhawk, and one of the variants I suggested was a version of K.I.T.T from Knight Rider, and then when the Soliad Wendover came out, it had a variant that was like K.I.T.T, and I thought that was one of the coolest things to come out of that update. (The suggestion is on page 600 btw.)
If I gotta take another warning about talking about something that isn't a suggestion, then I'll gladly take it, I just wanted to put my own two cents in.
2005-2006 Gavril Rival (2005-2006 Ford GT)
5.4 L V8-550 Horsepower
2017-2022 Gavril Rival (2017-Present Ford GT)
3.5 L V6-647-660 Horsepower
well the more you know.
1996 Ibishu Cougar
1996 Nissan Leopard
Specs and Configurations:
2.0L Engine,RWD 125HP
2.5L 190HP RWD
2.5L 235HP 4WD
The document again, this time with free access:
2021-2029 Ibishu 400ZX (2021 Nissan 400Z)
broo is that the gavril vertex hatchpack