Complete Guide to Modular Vehicles in Rust
Modular Vehicles in Rust are one of the best ways to move around in Rust. The competitive survival game has a lot of moving parts, and it’s pretty fun to figure out how everything works. The more you need to travel around the game world, the more need you might feel to get into Modular Vehicles in Rust. These are a DIY solution to the problem of long-distance travel and they’re really cool.
If you’re looking to get into these things, you need to gather some components. Here are the tools and items you need to gather to craft Modular Vehicles in Rust:
- 1 Carburator
- 2 Pistons
- 1 Crankshaft
- 2 Spark Plugs
- 2 Valves
These won’t be too hard to get for most hardcore players. You can find plenty of low-quality parts inside tool chests in gas stations, supermarkets, or other locations. If you don’t want to go hunting, you can craft the components. You need a level 2 workbench for starters, and each component will be available to craft for five high-quality metals.
There is one other option to craft these vehicles. You can stop over at the Air Wolf vendor at the Bandit Camp. This vendor will have a batch of blueprints for a variety of items, including the Modular Vehicles.
You need to them get the vehicle assembled and running next. Once you have the components assembled, you need to take them to a certain location. You must get hold of a vehicle lift. Head to the Air Wolf vendor can sell you a vehicle lift for 175 scrap, or you can make it for 125 scrap. It will need 10 high-quality metals, three gears, and 1,000 metal fragments to create You do this using a level 2 workbench once again. Keep in mind that you need to have a power source to get the whole setup running.
When you insert the modular vehicle into the lift you also have the option to bolt on new and repaired components. There are different numbers of modular slots for engine upgrades and other slots. There are vehicles with two, three, and four modular slots. And also, over time you will have to repair your components in the vehicle as well. So keep those tools around because you will need them.
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