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Mercedes G-Wagon

uploaded by FrancisIbay 3 weeks ago

Hey Guys! This is my Mercedes G-Wagon creation
It is a request from YassineMens53
As you can see it is ugly on your first visual of it, Im trying my best to look like it as much as possible, same goes to my other creations.
It is best to read, worth it

-4x4, can be drive as 2x4 rear wheel drive
- Supposed to be it is a front, center and rear locker but it is only Rear locker diff ( also still learning for the front and center since it is steered to other directions) so it is a open front and center diff
-It is wide enough for offroading
can climb approximately in 30degree angle, in your computers view and because of its weight
-It is heavy
-Has a good approach, departure and breakover angle
-The suspension that I use is what I see on youtube
-There is no disconnected sway bar but the rear locker may help
-The ground clearance is enough but I have tried some offroad that my wrangler rubicon and F150 Raptor can do than this gwagon so keep that in mind especially it breakover angle

I will explain why there are 2 small wheels in the inner part and the 1 big wheel

1st the small unpowered wheel serve as the balance power to the big wheel so it won't be too powerful when you drive it, and I may considered it as TORQUE. the physics is that the bigger the diameter, the more force(correct me if this is wrong).

2nd the small powered wheel, same as the first but here you can modify the power of that wheel from zero to 2.0, I may consider this as the HORSEPOWER. For example, this creation I make the Jeep Wrangler Rubicon Unlimited, Since I mention from the above that it can be drive as a 2x4, try to observe what is different from the front and rear small powered wheels.

3rd The big wheel, same as the 1st, it is just less useful like doing the 20% of its job because the two small wheels are already making 100% to function the vehicle.

To its logic:
1.) XY for the big wheel must be always .20 bigger than the small wheels, unless if you're building a drift car
example: big wheel: 1.00, small wheels .80 just remember the logic of the bigger the diameter, the more power/force
2.) when it moves from start, the big whl basically turns forward and the 2 small wheels turns in the opposite ( because the small powered wheel is tryin to fight back the small unpowered wheel so the vehicle can move faster), when the vehicle is starting to gain speed, the small powered wheel will turn slowly same as the big wheel in order to reach the maximum power, last, when it reaches to the maximum speed, the small powered wheel is already as the same speed rotation as the big wheel means the maximum horsepower is already used, and the small unpowered will will stop or rotate slowly is also means you reach its maximum torque.
note: everything what i have said here is from experience so feel free to help me improve so I can create more offroad vehicles :)
you can communicate with me by messaging me from my gmail

Controls: up, down, left and right
to engage in 4x4: the key is period " . "

My Next project creation is the Ram 1500 PowerWagon
Comment any suggestion/s to update the g-wagon.
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