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Discussion in 'Land' started by BeamDrifter, Aug 16, 2018.
PLEASE FINISH THE MOD, BEAMNG.DRIVE NEEDS AN ACTUALLY GOOD TRAIN MOD.
I just realized this is called "Onion Pacific"
will it have custom sounds?
1974-1986 EMI RD10C (name suggestion)
It doesn't have yet but I'll maybe add them in the future. Currently it uses diesel sounds from the T-series.
Ok. Just do what you have to
is it just me, or does it look somewhat like an EMD SD40-2? in that case then, why not give it a name such as "DMS division of Gavril BV40-2? DMS of course being Diesel Mobility Solutions and BV meaning better version (joke as to how SD series engines are better than their weaker GP counterparts)
Looks now 10 times better with windows and more details
It is turning into rise of the trains in Beamng. I like it!
How much weight it is?
93 tons currently but I need to add more weight until it weighs 167 tons.
How did you done it? My trains exploded) After 40 tons
Did the wheels explode or did the whole train explode?
So i tried to increase pressure in wheels from 30 to 100 and they become huge... Only wheels not train... My current config looks like this
//general tire values
//general tire values
NodeWeight is way too low. You seem to be using tires. My train has only wheel hubs and it works very well.
Add this line of code and it won't spawn the tires.
Thanks i will. I tried before (taken from simple tank config) but the error appeared. Maybe now it will work.
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I put it on diff line before now it works sort of it's jumpin on rails and skidding...
After hours of work, it finally has working couplers (90% of that time was bug fixing, not actual work)
BTW, could it be acceptable to add more power to this (maybe +2000 hp or +3000 hp) since with 3000 hp it is REALLY SLOW and it takes A LOT of time to accelerate from 0 to 100 kmh / 60 mph. The reason for slow acceleration could be BeamNG's inefficient CVT transmission which it is using. Real locomotives use efficient diesel-electric transmissions. The CVT was the most accurate I could get but it's still very far from diesel-electric. Increasing its power would make it more unrealistic, but at the same time it also would add realism by making the acceleration faster and more realistic. What do you think?
I say leave it. It’s called onion pacific. I don’t thing we should be going for uber realism.