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4-stroke Ultra Light tank chassis

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Author: The Linkage

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Filesize: 253.17 kB

Date added: 2015-03-06

Rating: 5.6

Downloads: 2892

Views: 361

Comments: 8

Ratings: 2

Times favored: 0

Made with: Algodoo v2.1.0


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That engine was going to be 2-stroke first, but it was too overpowered and I had to run it at 50 kg/m2!
The tread is awesome. I always had trouble when I ran a legacyMode 0 chain at high speed (it expanded) but I found the solution! If you put a ridiculously low brake on the chain axles (I used 1 Nm but it worked at 0.1 too) the axles behave a lot more stiffer than when they don't have a brake, and with some density they are strong enough.

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This is awesome. Nuff said.

But if I were making it, I would've used a 4 or 8 cylinder engine with smaller pistons, because it would give smoother torque output :)

I'll put my own engine in and reupload it, if thats fine w/ you.
Last edited at 2015/03/06 16:31:36 by pnvv
Hey, the idea was to use only 2 cylinders if you recall that I said that in the mercedes.
And yeah, don't even ask ;) Do whatever you want with my engines, I've got no problem
Ok :)

You're getting a 10, by the way :tup:

I also uploaded a V12-powered version of this, it has SOOO MUCH POWERRRR!!!
Last edited at 2015/03/07 01:54:24 by pnvv
Nothing interesting:/ To simple for you. This vehicle is slow with bad suspension and tracks.
Did you see my version? with the V12 engine?
eanayayo, you're not seeing the point. Normal algodoo tracks are heavy, have brakes that make them even harder to move, and (worst of all) they expand at high speed. This one may be a little bit heavy, but it hasn't got too much brake, and it doesn't expand at all at normal-high speed.
It is slow because I wanted to show the low power needed to move the whole 1600 kg chassis.

Your "the fastest tank" weighed like 15000 Kg and your tracks were fluttering around. I believe that these tracks will do the same at so high a speed, but they weigh a lot less!

I personally think these tracks work great. Even with excessive power they still held up well.

At least he's better at tracks than me. See my cat 2 ton, those tracks sucked ass xD
The Linkage, chassis for "my fastest tank" weighs 3.5 tonns(10 tonns for body, but it can be more 50) and can run 100 km/h. No any brakes on tracks, so I can use spawn engines. If I make my chassis lighter it just will be slower.