FSM THE BEAST V1.6
The price of this hell machine is € 180,000
Inside is a 1100PS Fendt unit that drives the 8 tree-eating rollers.
The handling is child’s play to get in, extend the support feet, start the engine and switch on the rollers. The clearing of the forest can already begin.
The new and improved beast (known from LS17) comes with new worklights which make working at night very comfortable.
The volume of the integrated “buffer storage” is now 10m³, which corresponds to a liter number of 15000L.
However, the beast is very voracious. The engine is basically kept at idling speed, as this would consume 1000L of diesel per hour at full power.
Unfortunately, there is currently only one tire variant available. However, negotiations are already underway with other manufacturers and hopefully we will be able to offer more tire variants in the near future.
Unfortunately we have to inform you that the Iveco that was offered at the time is no longer being manufactured and will probably not be available in the future either.
I managed to get a contract with a new tire manufacturer. There are now 2 different types of tires available.
Furthermore, the chassis has been slightly revised. This means that, on the one hand, the wheel suspension has been changed, which means that a new axle scar has been installed. On the other hand, the steering has been revised so that you can get around smaller corners better.
In addition, with the help of carbon and other lightweight construction, I have managed to drastically reduce the total weight of the trailer. All of these measures should lead to the “bouncing” error at a higher speed.
However, the color scheme turns out to be “more difficult than expected” and will therefore not yet be implemented in this update.
Textures and troubleshooting
I set out to simplify the model and change the color, but it is (for me) very time consuming. Therefore in advance a new version in which some bugs are fixed. Such as. the invisible collision on the right side and much more.
Hydraulic stamp for flap (will no longer be realized)
A type of cable pull is now being considered which will extend when the flap is lowered
original FSM LS17 beast
LS19 conversion of the beast for the LS19