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117.00 kB | By Anonymous
15 votes. Add yours:

2005 Toyota MR2 Spyder. A light, nimble RWD convertible that makes for fun races against the Mini, Golf, or other cars of that class. As fun to drive in Simulation mode as it is in Turbo. Special care has been taken to make this model render well on slower machines. Enjoy! - RLaddict

bmw m5 20
1.60 MB | By Anonymous
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Introduced in 1998 at the Geneva Motor Show, production did not begin until late October of that year. A total of 20,482 E39 M5s were made from 1998 to 2003.pThe E39 M5 had a highly tuned V8 engine based on the M62 engine called the S62, which displaced 4.9 L and produced 400 bhp. The engine featured a 7000 RPM redline, Double-VANOS, which varies the intake and exhaust valves for both cylinder banks, and individual throttle butterflies for each of the cylinders, allowing for a much faster engine response time.pM5 E39 engine specs:394 hp (294 kW) 0-62 mph - 4.9 s. Top Speed: 155 mph (250 km/h) (electronic limited), 186 mph (305 km/h ) (without electronic limiter)

Wipeout ship 1.0.redplug
619.00 kB | By Anonymous
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AKA Metorce 97X 1.0 , a wipeout style ship for you to drive, detailed model and a nice texture, 4 colors and horn makes your engine flare go on ( caps lock as horn is nice ) nice tracks to race with this are death, canyon race track and other wide tracks with not very tight turns. Have fun!

Springfield Tunnel.redplug
469.00 kB | By Anonymous
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Long track based on jechter valley roadtypes. Simplier than Zaarocks valley, without too much obstacles but with some dangerous bumps and rails. Have fun with it!

Sandy Dragway1.0.0
451.00 kB | By Anonymous
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This was the first custom track made by a beta tester, developed as Redline was nearing public release. I started working on this track infrequently way back in beta 6 of Redline with the then uncompleted and unreleased developer tools. Read the included documentation for more information. Sandy Dragway 1.0.0 by Frinkruds.

Hummer H1 1.1.redplug
7.60 MB | By Anonymous
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A Hummer fans dream come true, this plug for redline adds a trail-ready hummer, a street tuned pimped out hummer, and a hummer test track, a dirt climbing course so challenging, that the H1 is the only thing on wheels that has been known to complete it. v1.1 brings the suspension up to 1.0.3 standards as well as pointing to the correct horn sound file and softening the engine-hall sound.

757.00 kB | By Anonymous
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1995 Ford GT90 Concept Drivetrain RWD Mid Engine Power 720hp @ 6600, 660 ft-lbs @ 4750 Six Speed Gearbox From GT90 Wiki The Ford GT90 was a concept car manufactured by the Ford Motor Company. It was unveiled in January 1995, at the Detroit Auto Show as "the world's mightiest supercar". Claimed performance included a top speed close to 250 mph (402 km/h) from a 720 hp (537 kW) quad-turbocharged V12 engine, the exhaust of which was claimed to be hot enough to damage the body panels, requiring ceramic tiles similar to those on the space shuttle to prevent this. The mid-engined car was a spiritual successor to the Ford GT40, taking from it some styling cues, such as doors that cut into the roofline, but little else. All angles and glass, the Ford GT90 was the first Ford to display the company's "New Edge" design philosophy. The GT90 was built around a honeycomb-section aluminum monocoque and its body panels were moulded from carbon fiber. The GT90 was built by a small team in just over six months and, as a result, borrowed many components from another high profile stablemate—the Jaguar XJ220. The all-round double wishbone suspension and the five-speed manual gearbox came from the Jaguar, while the engine was from another member of the Ford family. The GT90's 48-valve V12 was a six-litre engine which, if Ford had ever produced it in volume, might have produced up to 720 hp (537 kW), thanks to four Garrett Systems T2 turbochargers. The engine was based on the Ford Modular engine. Two V8 engines each had portions removed, and the cut down engines were welded together. In total, this yielded a 90-degree V-12, with 90.2 mm bore and 77.3 mm stroke. After being sold, an LS1 was placed in the vehicle. Then Ford CEO Jacques Nasser was very proud of the car, and kept a model of it on his desk. Special thanks to the DC Cars team Thanks to DannyL for his help in testing and debugging and for creating the custom wheels used. The model was created and mapped by Tyranitar. Additional thanks goes to General Antilles and the members of the Redline Ambrosia forums who's harsh criticisms that really helped make this car great. This is one wicked fast ride, so have fun.

blown vette v1-1
3.70 MB | By Anonymous
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This is a souped up '68 Vette (like the one in the game), fitted with a new exhaust system (including side pipes), a supercharger and 325/45-17 tires at the back. A reworked suspension and braking system improve the cornering performance, and a short throw gearbox means you get all 609 horses on the road quickly. v1.1 changes the engine sound only network compatible with the old version, which can be removed.

7.50 MB | By Anonymous
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This is a track in the style of the Nürburgring Nordschleife, but not the location. It's approximately 6.5km long with an elevation change of around 80m. Set (obviously!) in the Black Forest region of Germany. This is a (mostly) high speed circuit with a nicely cambered road to help you round the corners. Or punish you horribly if you get it wrong. This is the final update to 1.0. Enjoy! slowDan.

49.00 kB | By Anonymous
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Located outside Monterey, CA, Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca is a track that many racing games seek to implement correctly. Perhaps most known for its famous "Corkscrew" S-curve and its dramatic elevation change, Laguna Seca is a narrow track that rewards nimble cars with high downforce. This v1.5 implementation does seem to float mid air, and scenery is extremely sparse, but it is very accurately modeled. A must have for all racing fanatics!

Audi S6 Avant
5.50 MB | By DonaemouS
30 votes. Add yours:

The S6 Avant is a high-performance version of the Audi A6, an executive car produced by German automaker Audi. The S6, like all Audi "S" models, is fitted as standard with Audi's trademark quattro four-wheel drive (4WD) system, the S6 using the Torsen-based permanent 4WD and features an all aluminium alloy 5,204 cc Fuel Stratified Injection (FSI) 40-valve V10 petrol engine, derived from the Lamborghini Gallardo, re-tuned to produce 320 kW (430 bhp) at 6800 rpm and 540 Nm of torque between 3000 - 4000 rpm. It utilises twin chain-driven double overhead camshafts (DOHC), and variable valve timing for both intake and exhaust valves.

Bardagi Road v1.1.redplug
5.50 MB | By Anonymous
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Bardagi road v1.1 - By Fuglz(the new bird). A twisty but wide-roaded track, with a couple of smooth hills and elevations. A good track time with a fast car would be 1.00 min.

Ski Slope
689.00 kB | By Anonymous
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JoshTigerheart's Department of Useful Plugs, with help from EVWeb, release the updated version of Ski Slope, the 1.2.1 version! Ski Slope is a very simple track, simply a big downhill with a uphill jump at the end. The object is not to reach the finish line first, but to jump farther than anyone else. The track is non-looping and is not meant to be played in reverse. Questions? Comments? Bug Reports? Fire an email to the address found in the readme. Credits to specific parts about the track and what you can and cannot use for free are also found in there.

VectorW8 v1.0
5.40 MB | By Anonymous
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Vector W8 was the first American super car produced from 1989 to 1993. It was manufactured by Vector Aeromotive (see Vector Supercars), and was designed by Gerald Wiegert, and David Kostka. The newest, and most advanced methods of manufacture were used in building the W8s, justifying the name "Aeromotive Engineering." Group C racing technology came into play with the aluminum honeycomb semi-monicoque, and roughly 5,000 aircraft specification rivets. Everything on the Vector was designed to last the life of the owner, given that the owner maintained the vehicle. The body was made largely of lightweight carbon kevlar, known for its strength, and lightness. Just 22 W8s were produced (17 customer cars and two pre-production cars, the prototype W2, and two prototype Avtech WX-3 with a mock up of the 7.0 liter DOHC TT engine evolution), the car retailing for up to 455,000 USD new (on today's used market they are available from less than 200,000, to well over 1,000,000) The car was based around a Rodeck resleevable V8 engine racing engine, coupled to a three-speed B+M modified transmission. The engine had twin turbochargers, which produced an advertised 625 hp (634 PS/466 kW) at 5700 rpm and 834 N·m (650 ft·lbf) of torque. The W8 had an estimated top speed of 200+ mph (338 km/h). However, in testing at the Bonneville Salt Flats, the W-2 reached 242 mph (389 km/h) with the less powerful Donovan block as reported by Top Wheels magazine. This was reached while still using the "high downforce" wing. Later aerodynamic testing further honed efficiancy bringing Cd. down to just .32 prior to DOT crash testing in Ann Arbor, MI. Some may notice the subtle changes to the body from the first car, through the later cars. These include the elimination of some gills, a lower front facia, and air splitter, revised rear wing, mirror intakes, and front grill. All in all, this lead to substantial downforce without needing the W-2's massive rear wing. Evidence of the aerodynamic capablities exsist today, as seen on a video on Jabbasworld, Youtube, and Nthimage. After the top speed testing was completed, no more Vector W8's were fitted with a removable glass roof, as buffeting occurred at those extreme speeds. The W8 was essentially an upgrade of the same company's earlier prototype, the Vector W2. Among the famous customers for the car was tennis star Andre Agassi, who had his car delivered for his birthday party. Late that night, he had an infamous incident when his car locked up, and spun during excessive speeds without all the necessary radiators installed. He was half way from his home towared Las Vegas. Vector claims that this is because he demended for his car before it could be finished, and he ignored their recommendations not to drive it until they could do the final work.[citation needed] Vector intended to follow the W8 with the Vector WX-3 and Vector WX-3R, but series production never got off the ground. Production of the W8 ended in 1993, when the company was illegally taken over by Megatech, but Wiegert won back the design copyrights, equipment, and remaining unsold cars, including the car in a VW museum in Germany. A red W8 made a rare appearance in the 1993 movie Rising Sun starring Sean Connery and Wesley Snipes. The car was owned by the character Eddie. Model created by Tyranitar Texture Mapping by Tyranitar Car File by Tyranitar Wheels by Danny L Special Thanks to DC Cars for their help and Support Special Thanks to the Beta Testers Special Thanks to General Antilles who sets a very high par No thanks to the idiot who decided to put a 3 speed in this thing

10.00 MB | By Anonymous
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Whitehill 1.0b by Fuglz - This track was meant to be a real challenge. Long and twisty, up and down, sharp 180 degrees turns, leading to almost endless meters of safety zones. Feel your heart pumping as you drive to the dreaded Eyes of Zorro, and course as you spin out in Bastage Corner. Keep your hopes up, and you will eventually pass the finish-line. Victory.

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