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RWB 911 "Stella"
« on: January 25, 2016, 12:03:08 PM »
Hey guys!

Since the voting for the next project in the pipeline has finished, here's the thread to the winner project!

Stella for NFS was started back in february 2013, almost 3 years ago, when I messed a bit with NFS:U2 and needed bodykits for a planned conversion of our 930 turbo. Until september last year, it was really just a bodykit in that U2 project file, which is discontinued. Yet I didn't want to let that work rot on my hdd, so I decided to give it a run for NFS:HS. So far I'm quite fond of the ingame result, the only minus for me is that you cannot add camber to the wheels in HS.

The current state of the art of the widened 911 is far progressed already, therefore, the exterior needs very little work until the basic car itself is finished. So far, we are talking about 6910 polys (tris) with pretty much all needed parts.

To-Do-List so far:

- Add body lines for the attached widening kit
- Remap interior
- Add engine bay
- Close bottom
- Add roof cam for dashview
- Add performance
- ???
-> Release


The performance is going to be an issue. Stella does not feature a turbocharged 930/66 engine like our 930 turbo but a naturally aspirated 3.8 liter engine with carburettors and double ignition. In short, finding accurate tech specs for that car is likely a problem. The stock engines of that generation of n/a 911 featured a peak of 3,2 liters displacement with just a little over 230 hp.

What I got so far from Speedhunters:

  • weight: 980 kg
  • displacement: 3,8 liters
  • power output: 360 hp
  • redline: 8500 rpm
  • transmission: 915

There's been a couple of different gear sets for the 915 transmission type, the engine torque is nowhere to be found, neither are acceleration times. If you happen to find performance specs of that specific car please post them here!











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« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2016, 05:14:13 PM »
Hello there,

Cool nice, post here Freak-DS yep. Sure was a bummer I never learned,any of this Car-mod-making, hobby like 14 yrs.ago. I know of it, is Tacky..much.
An Hard (for me).  But,still real Intresting...Sure has Great Releases.

Love the pics you put up. Sure like the Rear end of the car shots! :)

Sure has a nice rear end lol. An that Spoiler sure is Somthing.!.
An those Rims, Sure are Deep like-like them wider Tires, too an Lugg nuts. Design.
Any who..? Just wanted add a few words on here tonight...
Oh, Forgot why does it have 3' Mufflers one in the Middle.? Is that the way is. : }

A lot of Porsche Car for,Not-so-high poly count, is Great too!.
Um, I wish you good times on the Completion of her Freak. An have a Fun time, an no-Problems,as it go's along.

 Looking Foward very much,of Test Driving this, when the Day Happens!.. (With no complaints) ;)
Thanks for Sharing your project... Yup.  😁 

Ps. It be Great if you'll let XJ220. Could Make, a Pursuit Cop Stella' when Completed..? That would be Sweet.
« Last Edit: January 26, 2016, 04:18:29 PM by _WiLL_ »

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Re: RWB 911 "Stella"
« Reply #2 on: January 26, 2016, 07:53:11 AM »
Quite a beast. Mesh looks clean as always. And its spoiler HAS A SPOILER! WIIICKED!

@ Will: Too extreme for a Pursuit car, would look ridiculous (IMO).

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« Reply #3 on: January 30, 2016, 06:44:05 PM »
Hey, um @ XJ220 I think, it look like So,... much of the, New-aged-Nfs games, that as,a Pursuit: Cop car? So... I don't believe it Looks = ridiculous 😲  ;)
This will be my last post. Cause my is IsP..runs out tonight. :(
I Have to save $ for my real Ride!..?  Cheers all! 😸🍀 keep it Real. yup
Was at the Library today. Not long.
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« Reply #4 on: February 09, 2016, 06:41:29 PM »
Hi... There Freak-DS.
How's it been going on your cool project..?
Nice to see an, Updated  pic ever.  😎
« Last Edit: February 11, 2016, 01:38:44 PM by _WiLL_ »

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Re: RWB 911 "Stella"
« Reply #5 on: May 05, 2016, 02:41:25 AM »
Quite a beast. Mesh looks clean as always. And its spoiler HAS A SPOILER! WIIICKED!

@ Will: Too extreme for a Pursuit car, would look ridiculous (IMO).

Well, the double-spoiler came off a 993 GT2 Evo because the little whale-tails won't provide enough downforce for a race car ;)

I'll soon post an update of the project, yet right now I'm having trouble with my server because I can't access it via FTP.

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Re: RWB 911 "Stella"
« Reply #6 on: May 05, 2016, 09:26:01 PM »
.....i think these Stella (Nakai-san) should race with Mclaren F1.......
Who's the win ?
I just can make NFSHS Style VIDWALLs, not anything.

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Re: RWB 911 "Stella"
« Reply #7 on: May 05, 2016, 11:23:19 PM »
The F1, because Stella has a 3,8L N/A engine ;)

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Re: RWB 911 "Stella"
« Reply #8 on: May 06, 2016, 01:46:34 AM »
The F1, because Stella has a 3,8L N/A engine ;)
Hahaha..  I see :v
Btw, That Nakai-san (RWB stella artois) should be class for AA ?
I just can make NFSHS Style VIDWALLs, not anything.