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2019 Indycar (Dallara IR-12)

377 Khanskaya  2.7 years ago
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Auto Credit Based on aircraftarsenal123's IndyCar- 2015 Chevy AeroKit

(@aircraftarsenal123's 2015 Indycar with a 2019 Dallara aero-kit)

Original (Click)

Credit goes to @aircraftarsenal123 for the original chassis and incredible suspension, i used his 2015 Chevy aero-kit to make a more modern 2019 spec aero-kit since there aren't any on the site already. This is for anyone who's been looking for one.

Changes:

  • Front and Rear wings revised to 2019 spec
  • mid-section bodywork revised, raised and cleaned up a bit to better match the real life counterpart
  • New Livery
  • steering wheel removed (couldnt figure out how to keep it from shaking the car to bits and didnt want to have it move painfully slow so i removed it instead)
  • Speeday Aerokit (linked below)
  • Minor sizing changes to nose-cone

Notes:

  • The top-most wings on both the front and rear wing structures do no actually create downforce (if they did, they'd create too much and would ruin the handling that I've tried to maintain from the original car). If you want them to create downforce however, you can re-enable the "wingPhysicsEnabled" Function in the "Wing" section of the XML editor
  • The ride height adjustments work just the same as the original using the VTOL slider

Links to Other Versions:

  • Original (yes, again): Link
  • 2019 Speedway Aerokit: Link

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General Characteristics

  • Predecessor IndyCar- 2015 Chevy AeroKit
  • Created On Windows
  • Wingspan 14.7ft (4.5m)
  • Length 37.0ft (11.3m)
  • Height 6.8ft (2.1m)
  • Empty Weight 3,669lbs (1,664kg)
  • Loaded Weight 3,916lbs (1,776kg)

Performance

  • Wing Loading 26.3lbs/ft2 (128.4kg/m2)
  • Wing Area 148.9ft2 (13.8m2)
  • Drag Points 6411

Parts

  • Number of Parts 385
  • Control Surfaces 0
  • Performance Cost 1,954
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    377 Khanskaya

    @aircraftarsenal123 thanks, ill definitely try it

    +1 2.7 years ago
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    Ah this is slick. As a side note, you can get rid of the steering wheel's influence on the car by setting the mass scale to 0 on the wheel parts. It takes a while, but that how you can do it for future ref. Good job on the changes

    +1 2.7 years ago