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@crobar by which method did you install it? if you use the .oiv package, and grab a robust gameconfig for your game version on this website, you should be able to run it with no problem. However, if you want all the additional extras (like the gear ratios, and others), you should install their mod's latest version respectively and then install my configurations for them. Also, try installing it on a clean game first, see if it still crashes as there may be conflicts with other mods you might have already installed, and also make sure you have all the required scripts and such if you are new to modding, like scripthook, and the additional scripts from OpenIV. I have the game installed on a separate computer, so might be a bit difficult in creating a tutorial video, but I'll see what I can do in terms of a tutorial. Although I think the written instructions are good enough as there aren't too many steps involved since OIV takes care of most of the core files automatically (unless you are installing it manually...), just remember to backup your files before installing)...
I hope at least something in this post helps...
@QBit07 without the MT mod, you can just use the RB/A swap, but it should work without it
@deth1981 if you mean custom add-on sounds, then no. However, if you mean an extensive sound swap of many vehicles, like my previous mod, then yes.
@gdfGDS44 yeah, but haven’t tried it yet. Looks to function similarly to inversepower, except with inversepower, u can still use manual transmission mod’s lsd settings
finally fixed the showcase video problem, and re-uploaded all the videos I had (some mysteriously got deleted...). The driving may not be the cleanest, especially on the stunt videos, but should be good enough to showcase some of the difference in handling characteristics across various vehicle classes.
@yakutska @Tipulkill @gdfGDS44 thanks, just a lot to do during the duration of that time, but finally moving forward, and now got some free time due to lockdown, so I updated it, hopefully with minimal bugs this time as it was painstakingly annoying re-tuning each vehicle cause I realize it wasn't as simple as slapping on real gear ratios like in the previous version, and of course also re-tweak suspension as I can never feel satisfied...