Discussion in 'Vehicles' started by Frederick Alonso, Oct 8, 2021.
If you want to race, there is a cool event coming https://forum.studio-397.com/index.php?threads/race9-standalone-events.70624/#post-1082213
I have the 102 & 103 hotfix files ready, will test tomorrow afternoon and update them on Steam.
Working Reverse Gear
Upgrade on LOD from cockpit view on hood
Fixed fonts and alignment on LCD
4 New sounds on interior (Cosmo was so kind to help me out)
Looking forward for sound change. If you lift off, sound has a nice deep roar. But full throttle, sound is very thin. Does not fit together.
Nice! Will the side mirrors be fixed?
... and have a look at the underbody shadow. It´s imho a bit to bright
Update 1.02 and 1.03 is online https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2648433641
That is for 1.1 (bit too busy with 4 new projects for now)
Thank you, really good now!
@Frederick Alonso Great work mate you are a machine you need more hours in the day to keep up
I am absolutely enthusiastic about this car.
Everything fits as it should be.
The basic mood is absolutely great and can be used by everyone.
Everyone, whether a professional sim or a casual gamer, can drive great times with it.
Tire model looks great.
The car reacts absolutely correctly at every instant.
I only know the cayman R, for real.
But the feeling for the car is absolutely as good.
Thanks for this great mod.
Must be said!
@Luprosx totally agree. I used the Assetto Cayman a lot, but when I tried this one it was on another level, absolutely fantastic.
The cool thing is that Michi Hoyer is helping us out with the new V1.1 physics. If one of the better experienced sim racers with such a talent point us more to the physic details. It can only become top notch
I hope the changes will be not that big, because in my oppinion, the car drives nearly perfect
Is it going to fix the rear mesh or is that going to leave it abandoned, or will you not be able to?
It will be gentle, the car is not far off based on real life drivers their feedbacks. At the moment i'm personally working hard on two new cars and helping someone with a track. April is fully on the updates for GEM their LMP1's so we can update the full grid soon and solve some AI bugs. Will be end february if all goes as expected. Time enough to enjoy meanwhile.
Aside of this Global Endurance Modding will host a cup race every saturday, soon more info (Danny talks about it around 9:12) + a big Green Hell endurance on Nürburgring with TCR and official GT3 cars.
Anyway, happy to see we passed 3.4K subscribers! Feel free to give us a thumbs up. This was two years of many late nights after all https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=2648433641
Instead of starting new projects, YOU finish 1st the ones that have started and finished badly, that you talk about quality out there, but the rear mesh of the Caiman is badly CONSTRUCTED .... are you going to fix it? ... or YOU You don't give a shit that it's finished badly?
Although if you finish them all like this, I can imagine how you can finish other jobs
Uh, that's a wee bit brutal, juanchioooooo, especially for such a well constructed mod. Perhaps you can delete it from your track folder and ignore this forum and be happier...in 2022.
Someone here must have taken a too hot shower.
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