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Ever since vanilla GTA had an open-wheel base for once, I've been waiting to see more F1 cars now.
I have a suggestion. Is it possible to change tire offset, like track width? I mean, yeah you can do that but I'm talking about the actual tire itself on the suspension.
Basically, here's an example. I have a Mitsubishi Lan-Evo mod. When I use custom rims, the rims clip through the brake pad and the brake disc doesn't line up with the pad. So I could instead of using track width I can do the wheel's offset, so that way the brake pad lines up with the brake disc for the rims and the brake pad doesn't clip through the rim.
Do you have to restart the game when offsetting the discs for each car or can you do it in-game?
Question, should it automatically work for the majority of my already-existing addon cars?
Hey Hunk, I haven't used this script at all yet but I'm wondering if it's not in it already, to have a thing set up in the .ini so that you can toggle stuff on/off for the mod.
GEAR_SHIFT = true
HANDBRAKE = true
SLEEP_IN_CAR = false
SEATBELT = false
Basically, just having individual items on or off in the file as you please. Because if I get this mod I guarantee I'll probably only use like a few of the features. :P
Lol I didn't know that.
Well what about if you made skins like that using other speedo mods, like LeFix or NFSGauge?
Haha, I see you took my advice. Amazing job. This mod really needs more skins.
Might I also suggest FH1 and FH2's speedos?
@Ryan F There's tutorials online for it, and there's a template around here somewhere...
You can also ask someone else to do it.
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