Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by dazzer, Jul 14, 2018.
soon there will be news about the skyline in which I work, and the sound will be spectacular
Thank you very much.
I think it would be better to put all these cars (for now both) in a same mod on steam, finally it would give much more visibility to these cars.
In any case, thank you again.
I don't have engine sounds neither with Hakosuka nor with 240z.
All other sounds of tyres, suspension are there.
Out of 100 mods only these two have this issue.
Anybody else having the same problem?
Today during the evening, I will update the link of the mod with the new improvements that I have implemented
I wonder how this runs at Sebring lol
the link is in the beginning
Nice Gan-san livery!
After updating the version 1.0, I can not read the custom skin...
little test 20mn on tracks
impressive the maj is superb, I am conquered!
a sublime driving pleasure with a good FFB good physics still to polish and refine but wow! the real GT Legends 2!
congrat & thanks @dazzer
Physics are good. Thanks dazzer
I would appreciate it if, you find any errors or have a suggestion, write me to correct them
I also hope that if everything goes well, between today and tomorrow the brother of this model will be available, then I will continue with the skyline
Do the cars have AO on their skins at this stage? The cars look a bit glowy without AO applied, but I guess you're keeping it for the final stages, after the modelling is completed.
Brilliant little tintop racer, good setup and believable handling, excellent sound, can't wait for the final version. A big thank you, we need more 60s and 70s racing cars apart from formula 1....
maybe it is known, the steering wheel does not match the steering in my hands
Yes, I'm working on it, Thank
Thanks for your work, i like the car, is funny to drive and challenging, i hope you will work on the engine sound because is clipping a lot, probably due to a too high gain during the recording/editing.
Like to say thanks for this MOD, it's heaps of fun to drive and takes me back to my younger days when a friend owned one of these.
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