|From:||"Jason Carter, Nightstalker" <CARTER@***.EDU>|
|Date:||Thu, 15 Apr 1993 12:44:51 -0700|
First of all I would like to congradulate and thank Patric Rogers for becoming
the new list owner. I would also like to thank Monte Box (your name is too
long) for being the last person in a week (I think) to post to Kage-Car.
Now for a few points on the Volume debate. The intention of the 4 types of
volume was this:
1) A person would choose a Chassis size (ex medium)
2) They would then divide up the spaces into three parts: Engine, Passinger,
and cargo. This division is final and may not be changed once the
vehicle has been made. (ex: 900 BVU to Engine = 450 EVU,
900 BVU to passinger = 450 PVU, 200 BVU to Cargo = 200 CVU )
3) At this point you choose engines, accessories, etc. Every object that
can be placed in a vehicle is disignated to one of the 3 areas. It may
only be placed in that area of the vehicle.
Lastly there is the IC/MF effiecency Equations. I don't have RBB, so could
someone tell me if IC or MF is more efficient on the engine table in the back.
See Ya in Shadows,
Jason J Carter