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10-02-2005, 09:14 PM
Hi, this is one car for a new game of racing car i hope like it:thumbsup:
the wheels are temporary,now I am finishing modeling the car
10-03-2005, 01:27 PM
Very interesting design!
I take it that is a jet engine cowling mounted on the back of that? If so, it seems to be turned around the wrong way. Usually the larger opening is the turbine intake, and the smaller end is the thrust nozzle/exhaust.
If the turbine is only being used to power the transmission (like a helicopter or a M1 tank) then The cowling could probably be arranged a different way, perhaps a little more aerodynamic.
If it is jet/rocket powered, with it angled downward, most of the thrust would be pushing the car into the ground, rather than forward (although this kind of extreme downforce might be good for a Hot-Wheels type loop-de-loop or rollercoaster-type track with inverted sections or something)
Can you tell us a little more background about this mod, or what this car is all about?
Keep up the good work.
10-03-2005, 08:44 PM
The great object which you see in the back part of the cars is a jet, allows him to impel itself at great speed in or can use it to give great jumps, now you see in his posicón it of rest, but once ignited the cars it is placed On guard horizontal. I hope to be able to have it ready for this week you will be able to see as it is in march.
This car is for a new game of races that we are developing, the design is own invention, taking like reference some models or styles of cars, we want to give an aggressive style, but all will not be thus.
10-06-2005, 07:17 PM
Hi DigitalSkunkwrx, this is the system to move the jet,it can up and move horizontal to put the jet in vertical position. Now i´m modeling the tire.
10-06-2005, 07:25 PM
looks good so far, but yeah i'd also say that the jet is the wrong way around, it would pull the car backwards.
10-06-2005, 09:47 PM
hi GLandolina, the jet is a rocket, it impulse the car in the correct directión. It´s not a avion turbine.
10-06-2005, 09:47 PM
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