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Full car steering/suspension/double differential

uploaded by oziboy 11 months ago

I did it, there's this mod called Constant-velocity-joint which I apparently missed
http://forum.spiderlinggames.co.uk/index.php?threads/constant-velocity-joint-mod-spaar-s-modloader-v0-4.1604/

What it does is in the name, you can make a cardan with it

So upon inspection I immediately downloaded it without regret, amazing, so all that's required is 3 blocks

This car has a few cool realistic tricks up its sleeve, but I eyeballed this and it's nowhere near perfect

My aim was:
Suspension, and independent.
Differential (if possible or necessary double)
RTC steering

Issues:
Suspension needs to be refined, for this build it was sufficient to have it on it at all
Differential should be powered by another gear, but again, this is a test build
Also, the double differential is buggy because of the mechanism used, it's not good
RTC steering is wobbly, but I noticed the RTC itself, and the coupling to the wheels is fine but the CVJ is messing it up

Instructions:
Turn the speed down if necessary for your machine
Press H once to ready the suspensions
Press P to unpin
Arrow keys to drive around
V to disengage double differential and engage RWD mode
B to engage AWD mode without double differential

To go back to double differential mode press B, then V

Also sorry, I'm over limit so I can't post pictures, besiegedownloads times out

Next up: entire car powered by 1 cog
posted by oziboy 11 months ago
Suggestions and whatnot are welcome (please give me ideas)
posted by Roycehellion 11 months ago
A picture, so it shows on the main page...???

Btw, i have a 3/4 speed car that is all powered by 1 cog.
(http://www.besiegedownloads.com/machine/33657)
w/o steering and with the gear at higher speeds, it would pop wheelies! ^_^
posted by oziboy 11 months ago
I'm going to check that out

Also, I uploaded another car, with the promised updates c:

http://besiegedownloads.com/machine/35520
posted by Druggernaut127 11 months ago
A cv joint? That might make my diffs power delivery so much better!