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@AlexHIT As someone who drives a 2019 SE, I can say this model is pretty great, and I'm loving it. Would love to see you do a Tacoma TRD Off Road, though I know how expensive the models are.
All your mods are great.... but mixing cars into packs when trying to download a SINGLE addon car gets quite annoying. Some of us like to have separated cars to make it easier to tune them the way we want. Having to manage around all the other vehicle data and coding makes it way more cumbersome.
nice model, just wondering why it's right hand drive instead of left hand
@ikt Having an issue where this runs into an exception problem with the newest version of SHV. Anyone else having this issue? I know the newest version only came out yesterday.
Nice work! Was wondering if you plan to add more customization to it in the future?
@baba0rum Heard from Rennie after trying to upload it. Told me you need to do it because they don't allow re-uploads of add ons of other people's vehicles. I can send you the file if you'd like and you can bundle it in with this so long as I get credit for the Add on portion.
@Aquaphobic Would it be possible to do something like a Toyota 3.5L V6 with the cat-back exhaust?
Please note that currently, this mod will only work on base game engine noises! DLC cars seem to have their own turbo noises and therefor aren't effected by this.
if you want to change this on any car, you need to find it's vehicles.meta data and change the entry for <audioHashName> and choose an engine noise from a vanilla vehicle. This also applies if you're using a engine noise replacement because the Turbo modification will still call the data of whatever car is in the <audioHashName> entry.
Most likely I will fix this it will just take time to weed out every DLC car in each pack that has a turbo noise.
@ikt just out of curiosity, how does the mod work? I've been wondering if it's possible to apply the tyre settings such as tire radius to the car's handling.meta or vehicles.meta file in order to fix models that have wheels that leave a gap between them in the ground.
Wanted to know because it would allow me to fix things like that without having to edit the model itself.