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Drivetrain of cars

Postby qwertyuiop0987 » Wed Apr 08, 2015 11:59 am

Here, I will show you drivetrains and their specific purposes

FF: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23027
Best for all smooth tracks, albeit the weakest drivetrain.

FR: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23029
Like FF, but better at slightly rocky roads (i.e. Highlands). A little more powerful.

MR: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23035
Like above, except does worse in offroad courses than FF. Better than FF.

RR: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23036
Does a near 10% efficiency under offroad conditions due to shifted weight to the rear. Most powerful drivetrain.
Note that I stiffened the rear suspension slightly in the rear.

FMR: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23040
Like FF, but a tiny fraction better on power and offroad. Uncommon.

RMR: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23043
Like RR, but about 25% more efficient than RR offroad. Uncommon.

F4: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23045
Good offroad car, even weight distribution and weak drivetrain.
Note that in F4 and R4 drivetrains that instead of V8, the engine is V10.

R4: http://dreamcarracing.com/dcr3-index.html?carid=23054
Also good offroad car, weight on the rear and better than F4.

Hope you liked this. :)

P.S. I used a Honda civic replica to demonstrate.
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