[REL] Test Track for Physics Evaluations

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[REL] Test Track for Physics Evaluations

#1 Post by Kronzky » 09 Jun 2018 02:00

As I'm trying to tweak ETS2's behavior, to make it a bit more realistic, I needed a map with certain features that allowed me to do proper, reproducible tests.

So, I put together this little test track, which has skidpads, steep mountain roads, angled banks, brake areas and a lot more.

This is the layout:
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This is what the main test area looks like:
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And here's a video that should pretty much cover everything.
(Sorry about the jerky footage, but that's the best I could do with the in-game camera...)

It's available here: http://www.kronzky.info/ets2/testtrack
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#2 Post by DICEEE » 09 Jun 2018 08:36

Cool track. Gonna test my truck on it today
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#3 Post by AlexeyP » 09 Jun 2018 08:41

Wow, that`s really cool map for physics testing. Big thank you, Kronzky! ;) Based on screenshots and description it has to be a much better map for truck testing, than "physics testing ground" map.
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#4 Post by Tirol » 09 Jun 2018 09:15

Very funny test map.

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#5 Post by Mike Zadra » 09 Jun 2018 11:49

great job!!!!

with the 47t transformer, just before the disaster
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#6 Post by DICEEE » 09 Jun 2018 11:50

WUUUUUT? 340 kmh? Nice
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#7 Post by BK Vissers » 09 Jun 2018 11:52

Oh I do like this. So it’s a stand-alone map, I assume?

NVM, I see from your link above there is a location in Europe where it appears. Cool stuff! Any chance you might do the same for ATS?
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#8 Post by Mike Zadra » 09 Jun 2018 11:58

DICEEE wrote:
09 Jun 2018 11:50
WUUUUUT? 340 kmh? Nice
very easy with 47t on the back pushing
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Re: [REL] Test Track for Physics Evaluations

#9 Post by DICEEE » 09 Jun 2018 12:14

Tried it too now. 350 top speed and a astonishing 720 degrees airflip after the descend :lol:
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