Its not my type of sound, but I just want to point out for you.
Have you already tried to look for tutorials explaining how to create such type of basses, i.e. search for "how to trap bass"? You know, the same plugins shown in such tuts will mostly also be usable in renoise. Even with the native plugs you could try to make, or at least different plugins. A triangle wave is just a triangle, whether you let some vst synth generate it or use a single cycle wave in renoise, or any good saturation plugin will saturate a sound in similar ways, it doesn't matter that very much when you know what you're doing, if you get what I mean.
Just also wanted to point out this type of bass/music style depends a lot on the harmonics of the subbass. It seems just a very low and dull note, but actually it probably has a lot of energy reserved way up to the midrange, filled with harmonics of the low note. Then it has to have some really hard attack, as it will also serve like a bassdrum, so you have to impose a very quick pitch slide from high to the target note to get it to bang at the beginning, or carfully layer with an impactful kick, carving space out of each sound until the impact is just right. The spatial depth of the sound comes from mixing depth effects into just the upper harmonics, not the lower freqs of the boom which you maybe only want some very subtle reverb tickle to please headphone junkies, if any at all. You can get harmonics in many fashions, use a rich wave (odd harmonics are most important for dull sounds, so tri is best for 808), and filter it until its right, or use a dull wave (sine) and add harmonics with distortions, saturations, layering, stuff like maxxbass. Then strong eqing to shape it into your liking. I've seen tutorials making every note that will happen in the song a seperate resampled sound, so the producer could fine tune each to have the maximum impact even for the very low notes, and fit perfectly into the space reserved for the boom.
There is really more design to these kind of sounds than you would think at first when encountering them. Also there are probably millions of different valid ways to create such booms. If you have no clue right now, it might take you quite some time to perfect your way of creating your own sound. I'd suggest you look for 808/trap bass tutorials, watch them all to get a grasp, and the start working your way out to translate the techniques seen to renoise and the plugins you are using.