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Hello. I'm not very professional at Godot. So I managed to get the speed of my car in my game, but I don't know how to find the rpm of my car.
I used "VehicleBody" for my vehicle and "VehicleWheel" for the wheels. I will be glad if you help me. Thanks in advance.

Merhabalar. Godot'ta çok profesyonel değilim. O yüzden oyunumda arabamın hızını almayı başardım fakat aracımın rpm sini nasıl bulacağımı bilmiyorum.
Aracım için "VehicleBody" kullandım ve tekerlekler için de "VehicleWheel". Yardım ederseniz sevinirim. Şimdiden teşekkürler.

Godot version v3.4.4.stable.official [419e713a2]
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Presumably you mean the rpm of the wheels? If so, calc the distance travelled over time, and divide it by the circumference of the wheels.

I mean distance traveled in time. Do you mean the speed of the car? If so, I found my tool's speed by doing linear_velocity.lenght().

I did as you said but to no avail.

Actually, I want to learn the revolution of the car like in real life. Is this possible?

Revolutions or rpm mean the number of turns, so I don't know what you mean by "the revolution of the car". And "distance traveled in time" is the speed? I'm confused by what you want exactly.

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