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Impactjunky
Hatchbakistan
780 files liked
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25 videos
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  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    @krissboo Thanks a lot dude, I'm glad you dig it!

    2 days ago
  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    @Ry1459 I recommend starting with 20%, that's what I use myself. If you want more of a challenge then try 30%

    3 days ago
  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    @inbetweendays_ Thanks man, yep I have a worn/rusted livery for a Polara police car coming out soon and it looks kinda cool. It has a Blaine County Sherriff's office logo on the door that has been partially worn off and spray painted over, it's been done for over a year now but I haven't been able to post it until recently. I'll upload it sometime soon and also get to work on some new stuff.

    3 days ago
  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    @GreenAid I'm sorry for the issue too, honestly I was really looking forward to contributing and doing the handling for this car even if it was just the drag version and it was rather disappointing to see it get released without me after I was asked to help. As for my road grip mod it sounds like you tried the 30% less grip file first. The rar contents were not clearly labeled so I just now updated it to prevent others from starting on the second setting and assuming that it is the only option. I really appreciate your contributions to the community and I also like your taste in cars. Like an old man I tend to ignore newer trends and things like that but I suppose I could give Discord a try some time.

    3 days ago
  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    Superbird wing but no Superbird nosecone? And literally nobody puts an oil cooler on the bumper of one of these cars, the oil cooler goes behind the grille/in front of the radiator.
    Cool car though, looking forward to updates, I've been driving a 68 for almost ten years now.

    4 days ago
  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    @GreenAid I'm just trying to help you improve your handlings with first hand vehicular experience and valuable insight on how other people play this game and you are simply snubbing my input as well as leaving poor ratings and comments on my handling files. You should be thankful that someone with more vehicular knowledge than yourself is willing to rate your files positively and give you positive input on how to improve them, but instead of being thankful you are just being rude.
    Even after I recommended a potential paying customer to you for a handling mod you are still acting snobby to me, you've made yourself look rude and foolish a couple times now by trying and failing to argue with/insult me and my work for literally no reason. For example, you got rude with me after I corrected the big block V8 sound you used for your 4 cylinder VW Beetle but I didn't get rude or offended, I simply explained the engine sound difference to you and you even changed to the proper sound yourself but you still left a poor rating on my file. And earlier I was just trying to make you aware that a lot of people use modded materials.dat files that affect vehicle handling and that your Challenger drag wheelie wasn't working properly on all materials.dat files. Instead of thanking me for telling you that your mod was broken you got offended and accused me of breaking materials.dat myself when you didn't even know that thousands of people, likely yourself included use a modded materials.dat.
    When I first started giving you handling advice you said that you were going for fun not realism, and now you are saying that you want to perfectly emulate the performance data for this cars original, outdated, unavailable tires which is the epitome of sacrificing fun for realism. I don't know what your problem is with me, but it's starting to sound like you are just disagreeing with me for the sake of it.

    4 days ago
  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    @GreenAid Like I said before these are constructive criticisms not complaints, and the fact that emulating the performance of bias ply tires makes the car less competitive at drag racing is a fact, not an opinion. I've always been polite when pointing out flaws and inaccuracies yet you still say I'm complaining.

    5 days ago
  • 88f7dd vkuedu6f8rty2

    @GreenAid If the car is made with a "new condition" in mind then what's up with the crazy rear tire width and the jacked up rear end? The front and rear tires should both be the same size and the ride height should be even or slightly lower in the rear if it's supposed to look showroom stock.
    Also, just because you set your game in an alternate universe where new bias ply tires and cell phones co existed doesn't mean that everyone else did too. It's kind of silly for you to tell me to just use my own handling for Eddllm's Drag Meets when so many other people use it, significantly more than those who are roleplaying in the past. I'm just trying to give you good tips on how to make things more fun for everyone as well as more realistic but you seem to have problems accepting constructive criticism.

    5 days ago
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    @Zievs Looks good dude, it obviously needs an engine but everything else looks right. Do you know where I can get the wheels in the screenshot? They are almost identical to the wheels on my dads Cougar.

    6 days ago