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0:55 tournament truck (experimental)

1,603 brucethemoose  4.8 years ago
Auto Credit Based on brucethemoose's Desert Racing Chassis Prototype

Finishes Riding Dirty at 0:55 fairly consistently... somehow

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor Desert Racing Chassis Prototype
  • Successors 1 airplane(s)
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 32.5ft (9.9m)
  • Length 48.4ft (14.8m)
  • Height 16.6ft (5.1m)
  • Empty Weight 11,443lbs (5,190kg)
  • Loaded Weight 11,576lbs (5,250kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 12.7lbs/ft2 (62.0kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 911.7ft2 (84.7m2)
  • Drag Points 5722

Parts

  • Number of Parts 139
  • Control Surfaces 13
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    @LiamW

    "h.... h... HOW???????!!!!!!!!!!"

    Download and see for yourself :P

    4.8 years ago
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    11.2k LiamW

    im mind blown

    4.8 years ago
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    11.2k LiamW

    h.... h... HOW???????!!!!!!!!!!

    4.8 years ago
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    @GrumpyRacing Is that a compliment? :P

    4.8 years ago
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    6,381 GrumpyRacing

    This thing is disgusting!

    4.8 years ago
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    @brucethemoose double/tripple up each segment of shocks you have there. you've seen my recent geoterrains. something like that.

    4.8 years ago
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    @Typhlosion130 The whole suspension compresses way too much in the last hill though. I can't think of an easy way to fix that aside from "moar shocks", and there isn't enough room in the parts budget to do that.

    4.8 years ago
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    @brucethemoose simly changing where you put things. thats how I got the LV-1-E turned into the LV-1-F which cut 5 seconds on the time and is reliable on both sides of the track now.

    4.8 years ago
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    @Typhlosion130 On this thing? How?

    4.8 years ago
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    @brucethemoose I moved things and fixed my problems :3

    4.8 years ago
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    @Typhlosion130 My general philosophy was to add things to fix problems, and it turned into... that.

    4.8 years ago
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    holy crap you went all out on this thing.

    4.8 years ago