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SKIN - msm_125rr - Husqvarna MOTO3 AJO

Started by Chispifumy, February 06, 2014, 05:14:36 am

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Chispifumy

February 06, 2014, 05:14:36 am Last Edit: March 07, 2014, 08:27:37 am by Chispi
Hello everyone.

Soon I will have finished the skin of the Husqvarna moto3 2014, you have some screenshots. :)

Sorry about my English from google traslator

UPDATE-v.1.0 released





Download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/4l1j4553afz7y4g/HusqvarnaMoto3AJO.pnt

SwarleyRuiz

I use the google translator

Youtube: SwarleyRuiz Video of Games Racing.

neoraptor

Great news !!   :D
You have some images of the frame here to help redesign the frame and the other parts :
* http://blog.ktm.com/deutsch-fertigung-des-moto3-renners-in-kleinserie-2/
* http://rideapart.com/2013/02/building-the-ktm-moto3-production-racer/
* http://www.asphaltandrubber.com/motogp/husqvarna-moto3-race-bike-teaser/
* http://supacustom.com/ktm-moto3/

It is mainly from KTM Moto3 (but it is the same as the Husqvarna)


And here is a dyno from a IDM Moto3:


Keep up the good work ;)
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. Confucius
>> Wiki to help modders <<

C21

good paint  :D
And your google english is not that bad  ;)

Unless someone will build up a Moto3 from scratch or rip it elsewhere we will have the hybrids: 125cc with Moto3 skins...
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Hawk

February 06, 2014, 01:46:36 pm #4 Last Edit: February 06, 2014, 01:49:34 pm by Hawk_UK
@neoraptor:

Brilliant job mate! This sort of material will always be sort after by those wishing to create a mod bike, particularly from scratch.

I wish this sort of material was available for the classic 500cc GP bikes of the 70' and 80's.


Very useful post, nice find, well done mate! ;) ;D


PS: I hope Max or Ricco can copy/paste your post into a Bike Mod Resource section of the forum. Would be very useful info to keep were it can be easily found by those who are looking for this kind of info. :)

C21

The dyno is a bit odd ...
KTM Moto3 puts down more than 50HP and revs beyond 13000rpm  :o
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Hawk

Quote from: C21 on February 06, 2014, 01:48:09 pm
The dyno is a bit odd ...
KTM Moto3 puts down more than 50HP and revs beyond 13000rpm  :o


I did read a post somewhere by one of the Physics modding guys that stated that there is a difference between published BHP and Rear wheel BHP taken from a DYNO? Maybe this is the rear wheel BHP from the DYNO that is stated in the above chart?

Chispifumy

Thanks guys but unfortunately I'll just do the skin, not in 3d modeling so do the complete bike will leave other gurus around here .. hehehehe

As I have read each of the HUSQ. takes a different decoration, AVANT for Niklas Ajo and Red Bull for Kent.

I try to do the exact model of Red Bull too.

regards

neoraptor

As I stated, it is a IDM Moto3 dyno. The bike from world Moto3 are probably more tuned, but I didn't manage to find one.
This could be helpful to design a closer moto3 engine ;)

Also this is probably rear wheel power, so it is about 50PS at engine output (with 20% loss).
A real Moto3 is about 50PS for the Honda and 52-55PS for the KTM.
Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall. Confucius
>> Wiki to help modders <<

C21

QuoteI did read a post somewhere by one of the Physics modding guys that stated that there is a difference between published BHP and Rear wheel BHP taken from a DYNO? Maybe this is the rear wheel BHP from the DYNO that is stated in the above chart?

Of course there is a difference.
Depending on the engine cylinders numbers (1,2,4,5), capacity (125-1200cc), 2 or 4 stroke.
It´s between 7-13%
20% is way to much!
This is getting OT here  ;)
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HornetMaX

In GPB the difference is in the parameter Efficiency in the Driveline section of the bike's .cfg file.
For the 990 it's 0.92, meaning the wheel power (or torque) will be 92% of the engine torque (i.e. 8% loss due to transmission).

MaX.

C21

Max...what should we do w/o you???
Exactly explained right to the point! ;D
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HornetMaX

Quote from: C21 on February 06, 2014, 04:55:30 pm
Max...what should we do w/o you???

Nothing too hard: take some mechanics/physics classes (even undergraduate should be ok) + buy 2-3 good books on bikes' physics :)

I'm no special one, that's sure.

MaX.


Chispifumy

Hi all!

A little late but here it is, the suit is invented (images of real suit have already come out  but I hope you like it.)

regards

https://www.dropbox.com/s/4l1j4553afz7y4g/HusqvarnaMoto3AJO.pnt