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A fast controllable car thats built for speed.
Submitted By knightrider666 on 09/03/16
Mars Explorer, knightrider666, Feature Requests, New Vehicles 

My suggestion is A fast car that doesnt flip out when pressing the left right arrow keys repeatedly.  It wouldn't fly and could only use a green laser under 100mph.  The space function would be automatic brakes that kick in around 95mph that wouldn't let you exceed 100mph.  It would have driving physics simular to cars on Earth except the jumps would be a little exaggerated. By holding the shift key you would enable the E brake which, while turning, could initiate a drift.
There is no red laser so the shift button would be able to do this. Below you will find screenshots of what I
think it should look like in google sketchup. If some can tell me how to transfer it into Blender I probably could
make a mesh for it.
 
 
 
The red things are rocket/jet propulsion engines.  A normal engine would work to, but I think to flames would look cooler.
I know there aren't any head lights, but It took 3min just to make 1 line, and I was running out of patients.
I didn't make the wheels or the Spoiler.  The rims look very outerspacey(sorry,but there is a lack of a better word for it) to me.  The roof isn't much.  I know it looks more like an SUV than a tuner/ sports car, but This is the first car I've done where the wheels and the spoiler aren't mine.  It might be obvious.

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Re: Martian Tuner
1 day - 2,694v
Posted 2009/03/16 - 20:04 GMT
i made a post somewhat like this except without the pictures and the car was more of a muscle car style
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Re: Martian Tuner
5 weeks - 32,767v
Posted 2009/03/16 - 20:31 GMT
ok ok, now its jsut getting out of hand. i mean a boat to satisfy sea travel and now a car to not flip...really guys? come on. whats next? a hover craft that can walk?
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Re: Martian Tuner
1 week - 22,204v
Posted 2009/03/16 - 20:39 GMT
If you get this in Mars Explorer, I'll open up a "pimp-yo-rig" garage with Baba in Lava Racer.
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Re: Martian Tuner
5 weeks - 32,767v
Posted 2009/03/17 - 2:43 GMT
AIIIGHT slap some 24"s on that and pump up some hydrolics with some mini plasmas in the seats, in the steering wheel, in the engine. get a hot tub in the back with some chicks from the club. shooot! we be straight up ballin! 
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Re: Martian Tuner
1 week - 22,204v
Posted 2009/03/17 - 17:35 GMT
Gits Benny ta dril' some customs, dems wheels 'ill be trippin'! Don' fo'get dat boom-boom box ma man! I'll git dat chrome gleamin' and the engine screamin'! Hook 'em up with som' nitros! Stzzz...Yeahaha!
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Re: Martian Tuner
2 days - 4,338v
Posted 2012/05/05 - 0:54 GMT
*Pulls out duct tape to begin pimping ride*
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Re: Martian Tuner
10 hours - 833v
Posted 2012/05/05 - 0:40 GMT
Oh my GAWD, I would pay anything to see that day.
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Re: Martian Tuner
2 days - 7,217v
Posted 2009/03/16 - 22:07 GMT
whats a pimp-yo-rig?.......lol
 
-petey
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Re: Martian Tuner
2 days - 7,217v
Posted 2009/03/16 - 22:08 GMT
 
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Re: Martian Tuner
1 day - 2,164v
Posted 2009/03/16 - 22:14 GMT
one word...
 
AWSOME!!!!!!!!!!
 
it should go in the game
4 sure
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Re: Martian Tuner
4 days - 9,839v
Posted 2009/03/16 - 23:24 GMT
doesn't look marsy enough, and i don't understand the space function, why would you want to stay under 100 mpH??????
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Re: Martian Tuner
1 day - 4,505v
Posted 2009/03/17 - 0:44 GMT
try reading the whole post instead of quickly skimming through it.
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Re: Martian Tuner
10 hours - 1,323v
Posted 2009/03/17 - 1:01 GMT
thats cool
 
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Re: Martian Tuner
2 days - 7,497v
Posted 2009/03/18 - 2:38 GMT
mars. 
 
mars is for off roading, and this game is about exploration probes that can handle difficult terrain.
 
a tuner is a sports car that is low to the ground, has a powerful racing engine, and has suspension made for roads on earth. 
 
tuners will break their suspension, grind the road, and those nice modified japanese skylines will only be seen on earth.
 
speaking of which, nissan SKYLINES!!! :D
 
 
 
Nissan 350z.
 
 
 
binladen...?
 
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Re: Martian Tuner
2 days - 3,894v
Posted 2009/03/19 - 13:21 GMT
WHY IN THE WORLD IS THERE A PICTURE OF(wait is that Osama or Sadam?) 
 
 
WHATEVER....thats just plain weird.
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Re: Martian Tuner
2 days - 7,497v
Posted 2009/03/19 - 23:25 GMT
Bin Laden LOL
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Re: Martian Tuner
14 hours - 1,825v
Posted 2012/05/04 - 21:46 GMT
the shift e-brake is a really good idea, seeing that there is no COMMAND KEY ON MY KEYBOARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Re: Martian Tuner
1 week - 31,378v
Posted 2012/05/04 - 21:51 GMT
OMG IS THAT TRUE!!! No need to yell really. There are different keys for command key.
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Re: Martian Tuner
1 week - 32,767v
Posted 2012/05/04 - 21:53 GMT
On Windows, you use the Windows key (but that opens up the start menu, so we need another key. I recommend FN).
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Re: Martian Tuner
5 days - 10,809v
Posted 2012/05/05 - 7:21 GMT
If you plug in a joy-stick you can use that. My cousin had one that he didn't use any more so I pluged it in and I use that when I wish to brake now :P                                                                                  
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Re: Martian Tuner
9 hours - 739v
Posted 2012/06/12 - 16:06 GMT
O.O AWESOME
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Re: Martian Tuner
17 hours - 2,066v
Posted 2012/06/14 - 21:27 GMT
Kinda reminds me a bit of a corvette...
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Re: Martian Tuner
11 hours - 1,109v
Posted 2014/08/31 - 0:29 GMT
Yeah, that's the first thing that popped in my mind when I saw the picture.  I first thought it was a Corvette Stingray, but then I read the descriptions..  xD  Oh, well.  Still looks good.
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Re: Martian Tuner
6 days - 15,269v
Posted 2014/08/31 - 17:08 GMT
Haha yep. I'm sure knightrider would have appreciated your comment 5 years ago.

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