YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST RIGS OF RODS 0.38.33 TO USE THIS CAR. THIS CAR WILL NOT WORK IN AN OLDER VERSION OF ROR.
Updated with improved suspension, handling, and crashing behavior! The exterior camera is also now correctly centered on the car.
Gavril Zeta by Gabester
This is a compact SUV.
Separate detaching parts (hood, doors, trunk, fenders, mirrors, and bumpers)
Stable on-road handling
Excellent off-road capability (except for the R and 2WD)
ABS and traction control
Meshwheels2 for sharper handling
Please DO NOT modify this without my permission. Thanks.
YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST 0.38.33 TO USE THIS CAR. THIS CAR WILL NOT WORK WITH AN OLDER VERSION.
Updated with modeled panel gaps! Fixed UV mapping on Army version!
1949 Ford by Gabester
The 1949 'Shoebox' Ford was the first all-new design to come out of Ford after the war, featuring a stylish aerodynamic body shape and sophisticated independent front suspension.
Separate detaching parts (hood, fenders, doors, trunk, headlights, and bumpers)
Five versions (Club Coupe, Moonshine Special, Tudor, Fordor, and Indiana Jones US Army)
DO NOT modify this without my permission.
You need a fast computer to handle this car. Requires .38.33.
YOU MUST HAVE AT LEAST RIGS OF RODS 0.38.33 TO USE THIS CAR. THIS CAR WILL NOT WORK WITH AN OLDER VERSION OF ROR.
Gavril Omega by Gabester Now with meshwheels2, ABS, and traction control, as well as other minor fixes and improvements!
The Omega is an off-road sports sedan. Choose from three versions:
Omega Six - ~300 horsepower I6 diesel base model
Omega Ten - ~500 horsepower V10 with bigger wheels and lifted suspension
Omega Twelve - 600+ horsepower V12 with a lightened chassis, stiffened lowered suspension, and street tires
Separate detaching parts (hood, doors, trunk, fenders, mirrors, and bumpers)
Stable on-road handling
Excellent off-road capability (except for the Twelve)
Four wheel drive on all models
Well this is my truck, i started it the day of thanksgiving. I have been working pretty hard, i have put much time into detail and it paid off, i like it and i hope you like it too.
-very fps frendly
-first fully animated engine all the way to the axles
-soft tires with a lot of grip
-fully animated interior
-non conflicting materials between trail truck and the truggy
-it is ok to mod and uses meshs for other projects.
-a bit under scale
-very slow (as in speed)
-no AO bake
-no skin able body, besides color
;now has better fps due to smaller png's thanks to hotrod!
;also now has mp versions for both truggy and trail truck. (no performance changes, besides better fps) wheels are still flexbodywheels!
Hi! i have recently received permission to release this and I am proud to present you guys with my version of LILGTI and FERRETTANK'S FJ40 . EVERYTHING you see on this truck is from the original truck itself and made by the ORIGINAL authors except for the simex tires and control arms done by me and. I edited the .truck file and some meshes to make everything fit.
PLEASE CHECK FORUM FOR THE LATEST UPDATES! FJ-40-mod
TRUCK 1 LongJ (truggy)
- stretched body and frame
- 4 link suspension upgrade
- FATALFIE wheel beems
- shock monts for the frame
- large simex tires
TRUCK 2 long normal
i made this to have a more stock look
- larger scale leaf springs
- spring over axle conversion thingy
- slightly smaller simex tires
alot of thanks to the original authors
lilgti and ferrettank
thanks to fatalfie for his wheel beams!
you may have to move the original truck file for the skins to work but thats it! its pretty stable
i forgot to include the tuber version all credits go to the same people
fixed window and body placement on the tuber
No more updates
The Coot can get you anywhere you need to go, whether it be working on the farm or bashing up the trails. With its articulating hull it ensures maximum traction at almost any angle.
Fully animated props (steering wheel, gearshift, tachometer, ignition key)
Flexbody tires (they even work in mulitplayer)
Many upgrade options, so you can make it your own (including almost all upgrades that came with the original Coot)
Working winch on multiple versions
Off-Roader - base mesh, Exo-Cage, mini images and texturing
DODGE charger (me) - N/B, add-on meshes, add-on texturing, diesel sounds, prop placing, etc.
Jaw-4 - stock version rims
PrT Audiman - gas engine sounds
Do it! This thing is meant to be modded. Oxender-Performance will look at your part requests. We also have some PDNs for you to make skins in the thread.
Do not edit the MESH in any way shape or form without my permission. If you want to use
the n/b all I ask is that you PLEASE consult with me first. Public or private. You are free
to make custom colors, change the motor, wheels, etc. But do not edit the verts on anything
here in this zip.
darn_it: Main 440 engine and U-joints
eclipse/faustknight: Rear Dana 60
ADR's Carmageddon 2 cars: Some textures
Mythbuster: Support, a lot of testing, and being there for rebounding ideas.
Jaw-4: Testing, support, and being someone to talk to.
PRT-Audiman: Sound and tuning help
Jaimswallace: Awesome teaser video
Dkutch: Everything else.
This is the final and last version of Nissan 350Z for Rigs of Rods.
Even if the original submesh model of this car is more than 2 years old its still a headturner!
Since then I edited the nearly everyday to make it look, sound and feel like its real counterpart.
Here are the most important notes:
- the body and suspension is a RoR classic setup made out of a nodes, beams and a submesh
- the engine is tuned to behave like the original one
- the transmission should be shifted manually and has real gear ratios
- the car can easely go to 250 km/h
- the suspension is set up for both drifting and highspeed stability
- the sounds are carefully collected and mixed so can get that good V6 sound in your ear
- i havnt include a tire sound. it got annoying after a while
- there is also a roadster/ convertible version in the file
- and many more things...
I havnt a specific forum tread for this car. If you have questions or want to mod the please PM me.
Well here it is. The official release of my not-so-official FJ cruiser.
I worked nonstop on this car for a year and a half, and gave up about 6 months ago due to just loss of interest.
I had been talking to some friends recently on the forum who said they would really like to see it tidied up
and released. I dont exactly have some long drawn out story about how it got to where it is. It was really just
a huge learning experience. but finally decided to let it go because I lost all of the original files to the mesh.
I suck at writing. So heres a list. :|
pictures to the left- taken an edited by my main man, Ferrettank!
Known problems are as follows:
Missing quite a few meshes. (Mainly suspension pieces)
Interior is incomplete.
And there is a material bug with it on Deags Trail Island map. For whatever reason, the tires are yellow. I cant figure it out...
This was my first try at animated props, flex tires, and flares, so it is what it is! Hope you enjoy it.
Also, modding, do as you wish, post pics as you wish. I dont really care. But if you'd like to release any of your mods (and credit me ;D), please ask my permission first.
Here's my jeep, it's been in development for nearly a year, it's my first vehicle that I finished.
-Seperate hood/grille, for (atleast decent) deformation (My first try):
"Deformation is awesome." -Gabester -Dana 44 axles
-Atlas II transfercase
I've used real life gear ratios from both the gearbox and transfercase.
With custom sounds.
Credits to Fat-Alfie for his shock texture.
-38" Pitbull Rockers
-Custom made rollcage
-Openable boot and bonnet
-A wide variety of moving parts
-Super soft tyres
Thanks to Fat-Alfie's wheelbeams
-and lots more.
[18-03-2012]-Fixed the idle sound, added ropables, made steering stronger. [08-05-2012]-Wheels tuning: added meshwheels2 and did some more tuning to Fat-Alfie's wheelbeams. Less bouncy wheels, better handling on and off the trails. -Minor fixes.
added the following
5th wheel version with ball mesh courtesy of Diesel Smoke
light bar with working flares on all versions. CTRL-1 for flashing lights on light bar.
beacon on each version
light bar is from the repo thanks to dodge0359a
improved power,braking and hauling abilities.
the junior go kart is set up to be easy to handle
the pro go kart is much harder to drirve
at low speed you need to turn in the opposite direction that you want to go and THEN turn in the direction you want to go because of torque steer from the solid rear axle
also when the gokart resets that means that the accident would be fatal
and if the steering wheel flips over that means that you either damaged the kart beyond return or you did the previously stated and also broke your arms
and if you flip the kart over and it starts spazzing then you have crushed the rider
THIS HAS BEEN UPDATED:
THE 01 ON THE SIDE
THE RANDOM BLACK LINES.
This is the old General Lee from the Dukes of Hazard. The original Dodge Charger was by bonehead and I gave it a new paint job (skin) and then modded the engine and gearbox to make it more like the original General from the program. Hope you like it.
Dodge Charger (.truck file): bonehead (kudos to him)
Skin and Engine: Me (FlyingGuru)
I present to you, the 1915 Ford Model T. This holds the name of the oldest real car ever to be put into RoR. This is the Original "Go everywhere, anywhere" car.
There are 6 versions. There is a Pickup truck (2WD and 4WD), a Sedan, a Coupe, a Touring, and a Junker version. The gear ratios/axle ratios/wheel size/engine power/top speed are all real specifications. The top speed is a physically limited 40 MPH on the dot for all versions except the power-degraded Junker. The Junker's top speed is closer to 30. All versions except the Junker have 21 Horsepower. Junker has around 18. You cannot drive this car in Automatic Transmission mode, as the gap between 2nd and 3rd, then 3rd and 4th are too large for the game to gearshift between them correctly. Thus, you must drive in Manual or Fully Sequential gearbox mode to get up to cruising speed.
These vehicles are not flexbody, and each on average have between 10K and 20K polys total including all 4 wheels. Honk the horn for a sound only '10s - '30s Fords can produce. Aoooga! Sometimes when you turn, it heavily understeers because the front axle is not very strong, so be careful.
Custom sounds are thanks to DODGE charger (thank you!)
All meshes and N/Bs are thanks to myself, Sirendude2011.
Do not mod this vehicle. Treat this like you would a real Model T 100 years of age. Would you (attempt) to hellaflush a Model T? No, so don't do it. Same goes for hydraulics and lifts with mud tires. It is impossible to skin it with anything except solid colors (no designs), so don't try.
Enjoy this historic vehicle! The driving experience is like no other vehicle in RoR history, believe me.
6/4/2013 UPDATE- improved, non-headache-inducing engine sound loops, horn can now be honked properly!