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Offroad (pick up truck) performance
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FIRST OF ALL - is the truck a diesel or gas? Being Greece, I'd say it'd be a diesel.

Is it modeled after a real life truck? Or like a concept?

Titans and Hilux's come to mind.

The truck in this game does 0-60 in about 15 seconds. Which is painful. If it were a gas/petrol engine I'd be at least a 4.9L V8, probably bigger, either way the 0-60/100km/h would be about 7 seconds.

Even with a little 3L 4 cyl diesel like a Toyota Hilux (which is in fact smaller than the truck in this game) the 0-60 would be NO MORE than 12 seconds. A big Dodge Ram 2500 with a Cummins can do it about 7-8 seconds. 20 years from now I'm sure the diesels with small engines will be able to do 0-60's in less than 9 seconds.

Can you please change the 0-60 anywhere from 8-10 seconds so realistic and I can actually have fun driving it.


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Steps To Reproduce

Put truck on runway.
Get out a stopwatch.
Press W.

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An argument might be made "oh well it's fast enough" - yes the top speed is fast enough. But put the truck on the runway and press W you'll notice how slow it actually accelerates.


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L33CHW33D edited Additional Information. (Show Details)
L33CHW33D set Category to Gameplay.
L33CHW33D set Reproducibility to N/A.
L33CHW33D set Severity to Tweak.
L33CHW33D set Resolution to Open.
L33CHW33D set Legacy ID to 2706012967.May 7 2016, 12:57 PM

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m1nd0 added a subscriber: m1nd0.May 7 2016, 12:57 PM

I suggest also looking into the quad then. Since it's a geared quad (atleast from the sound of it) it can
A. Accelerate faster then most cars
B. Reach speeds of 120km/h easily.

Even if it's not a geared quad it should still accelerate way faster. The topspeed can be 80, no problem with that but the acceleration for the first 30 km is just painfully slow.

sarlac added a subscriber: sarlac.May 7 2016, 12:57 PM
sarlac added a comment.Aug 1 2013, 6:00 AM

Also for some reason it holds 10kph and 30kph almost as if by cruise control