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The R160 Alstom for OpenBVE:


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Some preliminary work on my latest project for OpenBVE: The R160 Alstom (as much as i hate it but i was asked to make one so w/e lol)

 

 

 

The Panel is the same as my 160 Siemens i know, that will change however..but for now enjoy!

 

I will upload a new sound pack onto BVEStation soon for those who wish to have this.

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thanks guys! ill try to get the new sound pack up by tomorrow however for those who know how to work with openbve and install sound packs and already have the existing sound pack previously posted on BVEStation, i have uploaded the new train.dat file there for you to download.

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i have decided to, instead of just updating the sound pack, make a testing version of the 160 Alstom. This train is for OPENBVE ONLY it will not work in BVE2 or BVE4. Also please be aware this train operates in MPH (not the traditional metric system in BVE)

 

http://www.mediafire.com/?2helytniyji

 

Unzip & install this into your BVE Train folder (usually C:\Program Files\BVE\Railway\Train or C:\Program Files (x86)\BVE\Railway\Train if you have vista)

 

Enjoy, and please tell me what you think !!

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  • 4 weeks later...

Here's a minor update of my R160 Alstom; i put in new brake numbers, smoothed out the acceleration noise, and added in a new run sound provided by dave160 so download it and enjoy :D

 

http://www.mediafire.com/?v2o2mywk5n1#1

 

Maybe you should redo the R142.

- The R142 currently available right now i cannot touch that since because of permission issues, however an R142A from me is in the works. Maybe some time in the future after I get a nice panel for and release my 142A I could do a 142 with that panel.

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I liked the first run sound better.

the 1st one was a lil too crisp imo lol and it also had h-vac this new one doesnt have it

 

also for those who are interested:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?rhwinjyzm5i

that is my 142A for openbve only as well which is in the works its not as nice as my 160 though

the brakes are slow and the panel is ugly i know lol but ill work things out tell me what you think about that too please (especially the motor noise)

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the 1st one was a lil too crisp imo lol and it also had h-vac this new one doesnt have it

 

well don't R160's have HVAC.......or is this 1955? :P

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  • 3 weeks later...

alright heres a little teaser clip of my 160 on my E line leaving 5-53rd st and also passing by in the tunnel after Canal St.

 

 

 

for more info on my E line (which is almost done btw):

http://www.bvestation.com/forums/index.php?topic=418.msg51933#new

 

i tried to upload the video in HD as i did record it in full screen mode but for some reason movie maker wouldn't export it in HD form and kept putting the black bars on the side...oh well lol

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alright heres a little teaser clip of my 160 on my E line leaving 5-53rd st and also passing by in the tunnel after Canal St.

 

 

 

for more info on my E line (which is almost done btw):

http://www.bvestation.com/forums/index.php?topic=418.msg51933#new

 

i tried to upload the video in HD as i did record it in full screen mode but for some reason movie maker wouldn't export it in HD form and kept putting the black bars on the side...oh well lol

 

nice video, but maybe next time you'll remember to press F10 twice to remove them bars :P

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@error46146 how r u viewing the train like that and were do you get the R160 cuz i cant run my (Q) Route from 57St. to Conney Island because it says please select a train and idk what Help Please. that means?

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in OpenBVE, to activate exterior view press F3. You cannot do this in BVE2 or BVE4.

 

In OpenBVE when it asks you to select a train, make sure you have the proper directory (usually its C:\Program Files\BVE\Train or C:\Program Files (x86)\BVE\Train for vista/windows 7), pick a train and there you go. technically any train will work, you can have a british C321 on the F train but obviously that would be unrealistic and silly. (if that's what you want though then go right ahead lol

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Alright I want to get this done with soon, so now I am looking for beta testers to test out the R160 Alstom for OpenBVE. Basically I will give you the train, you tell me what you think about it, anything that I should change about it, and any inaccuracies. If you would like to help out, please send me an email at :

 

bill @ bvestation . com (remove the spaces)

 

and I will have the train out to you by tomorrow. Include your NYCTF or BVEStation username (if you have one) if you would like to get credit.

 

Thank you for your help!

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