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@3ric2hew help would be nice but unfortunately, don’t think i can test them since i’ve been away for so long
@spartaque12 hmm its suppose to just swap certain sounds with certain cars to sound appropriate. It doesn’t really add any new sounds
@P_Lav yes, that is indeed a easter egg, wanted to create something akin to jamming a hayabusa motor onto a golf kart. If u install my sound mod, it should sound like a bike lol
@3ric2hew was going to update it, but things got busy real fast… now got zero time to do anything… maybe near the end of the year i’ll tinker with it
@3ric2hew yeah I was trying to avoid the requirement of installing external sound mods as I want it to be compatible with vanilla files and all other mods are optional for better compatibility...
@Snaptrap yeah, the increased steering angle is an attempt to improve control when drifting, but shouldn't really affect normal drivability too much, besides having a tighter turning radius
@3ric2hew yeah the idle is a bit off… will see what can be done. I do have one problem though, I can’t seem to find a good noise for the VQ engines for the Nissan 350z/370z or Euros/ZR380 and FQ2 in game. Any suggestions?
@FrameKixrr np, I believe there is a limiter to how big a single handling.meta can be in the vanilla gameconfig, so updating to a more robust gameconfig tends to fix the problem.
To all those that are having crashes or instability, try to update to a different gameconfig, like this one https://www.gta5-mods.com/misc/gameconfig-xml-dilapidated and/or this one: https://www.gta5-mods.com/misc/gta-5-gameconfig-300-cars and try to install all those limit adjusters mods recommended from the first link and see if it fixes it